Install Google Chrome

Google Chrome 39.0.2171.7 Dev Channel Updated

The Google Chrome dev channel has been updated to Google Chrome¬†39.0.2171.7 for Windows, Mac and Linux. To be honest, after reviewing the change log, not much or notable changes found that would be of any interest to users. The changes for this release are just minor changes with little or no direct benefit to users experience. I have listed out all the changes made in this release: add UMA to record if a page has distilled data PPAPI: Never re-enter JavaScript for PostMessage Use the correct v8 context for conversions when calling into the plugin from JS Revert “Remove MediaSettingChanged infobar and show the latest state of the media stream” [Search] Adjust buttons in the first run experience.

Chrome 38 Beta: New primitives for the next-generation web

After the release of Chrome 37 stable few days earlier, Google has just released it’s first Chrome 38 beta version. The release includes tons of new primitives and APIs to simplify development and outlined features below applies to Chrome for Android, Windows, Mac, Linux, and Chrome OS. Chrome 38 Beta new Javascripts Features New element – Enable a responsive images solution by declaring multiple resources for an image using CSS media queries Map (ES6) – Map objects are simple key/value maps Screen Orientation API – Gives ability to read the screen orientation and lock it Navigation Transitions – Allows web authors to both improve the perceived loading speed as well as provide visual polish by allowing two pages to coordinate on a transition animation Math functions (ES6) – Math related functions – sign, trunc, sinh, cosh, tanh, asinh, acosh, atanh, log10, log2, hypot, fround, clz32, cbrt, log1p, expm1 (as Math.