The Web Cryptography API brings strong cryptography to standard web browsers without plugins, opening up new opportunities for frontend applications. Charles Engelke and Laurie White demonstrate how to build some of those applications. All you need is a computer with a recent web browser, a text editor, and a file system.
Charles Engelke is a Senior Developer Programs Engineer at Google Cloud, focused on application development for the cloud. Prior to coming to Google, he was the CTO of Info Tech, Inc., where he led the effort to bring sealed bidding to the Internet and led teams that build several other native, web, and mobile applications.
Laurie White is a Senior Developer Advocate at Google Cloud, focusing on helping higher education use the cloud and Professor Emeritus of Computer Science at Mercer University. During her career as a professor, she taught a wide variety of subjects in computer science, ranging from introductory programming to programming languages, software engineering, compiler design, discrete mathematics, and theory of computation.
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