Switch Remoteplay 0.4 Released

Switch Remoteplay 0.4

The development of Switch Remoteplay continues to progress, this is already the v0.3 that arrives. With this version, juharris (Justin Harris) therefore improves his ability to play remotely on his Switch via the web browser.

As you know, the developer has set himself the ambition of wanting to offer an equivalent of Remoteplay on Nintendo Switch, and the bet holds for the moment because the software really evolves quickly and in the right direction.

The goal of this project is to allow you to easily play your Nintendo Switch remotely or locally via another device with a keyboard / mouse / controller / touch screen. It is not necessary to have hacked your Nintendo Switch.
This version improves support for Bluetooth devices in particular, be aware that the joystick commands are transmitted via bluetooth using the joycontrol API. This version improves the management of Xbox controllers, it must be said that the Xbox controller does not have bluetooth, it works with a latency of less than 1 second in streaming via Mixer - FTL.

Changelog 0.3:
     Add link to hosted client: https://jubuntu.eastus.cloudapp.azure.com
     Supports to control
     Use React + TypeScript
     Publish a Docker image: https://hub.docker.com/repository/docker/juharris/switch-remoteplay-client

     Support more buttons
     Attempt to reconnect to the Switch if it is off
     Allow customizing the port, controller type, and log level

Version 0.4

- Shows the buttons of the controller that you press and the sticks that you move.
- Ability to record and execute simple macros.

Download: Switch Remoteplay 0.4

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