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Electron 24.0.0

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¡Electron 24.0.0 ha sido liberado! Incluye actualizaciones a Chromium 112.0.5615.49, V8 11.2, y Node.js 18.14.0. ¡Lea a continuación para más detalles!

El equipo de Electron esta emocionado de anunciar el lanzamiento de Electron 24.0.0! You can install it with npm via npm install electron@latest or download it from our releases website. Continue reading for details about this release.

If you have any feedback, please share it with us on Twitter, or join our community Discord! Bugs and feature requests can be reported in Electron's issue tracker.

Notable Changes

Stack Changes

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API modificada: nativeImage.createThumbnailFromPath(path, size)

The maxSize parameter has been changed to size to reflect that the size passed in will be the size the thumbnail created. Previously, Windows would not scale the image up if it were smaller than maxSize, and macOS would always set the size to maxSize. Behavior is now the same across platforms.

// a 128x128 image.
const imagePath = path.join('path', 'to', 'capybara.png');

// Scaling up a smaller image.
const upSize = { width: 256, height: 256 };
nativeImage.createThumbnailFromPath(imagePath, upSize).then((result) => {
console.log(result.getSize()); // { width: 256, height: 256 }

// Scaling down a larger image.
const downSize = { width: 64, height: 64 };
nativeImage.createThumbnailFromPath(imagePath, downSize).then((result) => {
console.log(result.getSize()); // { width: 64, height: 64 }

Nuevas características

  • Added the ability to filter HttpOnly cookies with cookies.get(). #37365
  • Added logUsage to shell.openExternal() options, which allows passing the SEE_MASK_FLAG_LOG_USAGE flag to ShellExecuteEx on Windows. The SEE_MASK_FLAG_LOG_USAGE flag indicates a user initiated launch that enables tracking of frequently used programs and other behaviors. #37291
  • Added types to the webRequest filter, adding the ability to filter the requests you listen to.#37427
  • Added a new devtools-open-url event to webContents to allow developers to open new windows with them. #36774
  • Added several standard page size options to webContents.print(). #37265
  • Added the enableLocalEcho flag to the session handler ses.setDisplayMediaRequestHandler() callback for allowing remote audio input to be echoed in the local output stream when audio is a WebFrameMain. #37528
  • Allow an application-specific username to be passed to inAppPurchase.purchaseProduct(). #35902
  • Exposed window.invalidateShadow() to clear residual visual artifacts on macOS. #32452
  • Whole-program optimization is now enabled by default in electron node headers config file, allowing the compiler to perform opimizations with information from all modules in a program as opposed to a per-module (compiland) basis. #36937
  • SystemPreferences::CanPromptTouchID (macOS) now supports Apple Watch. #36935

Fin de soporte para 21.x.y

Electron 21.x.y ha alcanzado el fin de soporte según la política de soporte del proyecto. Developers and applications are encouraged to upgrade to a newer version of Electron.

As noted in Farewell, Windows 7/8/8.1, Electron 22's (Chromium 108) planned end of life date will be extended from May 30, 2023 to October 10, 2023. The Electron team will continue to backport any security fixes that are part of this program to Electron 22 until October 10, 2023.

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What's Next

In the short term, you can expect the team to continue to focus on keeping up with the development of the major components that make up Electron, including Chromium, Node, and V8.

You can find Electron's public timeline here.

More information about future changes can be found on the Planned Breaking Changes page.