Chrome is looking forward to introducing Web Packaging and Portals which will make the transition of moving from one page to the other seamless. The new change is especially effective for users with slow network connection which makes the pages need more time to load and more often than not, the wait for the webpage to load results in the disappointment of the user. They are doing with the old models of HTTPS and AMPs and as a replacement introduces Web Packaging which gives the browser a proof of origin for the resources that it renders.
Now the content can be distributed to multiple caches without the need for an explicit DNS relationship with that cache. This whole new process will make edge caching easier by enabling privacy-preserving preloading. Concerning the problem of transition is solved too through this process because now multi-pages sites can act like single-page applications through the same level of fluid transitions. The Houdini APIs, such as the CSS Pain API, Animation and Layout Worklets will give the developers more control over modern interfaces and the Feature Policy will catch the common mistakes made by the developers.
In 2019, Google will collaborate with feedbacks from various frameworks and this will include the voice of frameworks within the features that Google prioritizes. To make this collaboration work, Google is investing $200,000 to support the development of performance-related features in third-party frameworks.