Chrome Developers Get New Resources

Another stable channel update of Chrome has arrived, and its release represents very good news for developers.  Google announced all sorts of stuff related to extensibility and HTML and JavaScript APIs this morning.

A post on the Chromium Blog stated, “Extensions are now available to all Google Chrome users, which enables you to provide additional functionality not just on your site, but to also bring content and functionality from your site into the browser, regardless of what sites a user may have open at any given time.”

The post later continued, “[W]e’re working on Application Cache which gives you the ability to serve HTML and JavaScript that references content in the Web SQL Database. SessionStorage, the little brother of localStorage, is coming soon as well.”  And “we have also implemented WebSockets.”

Hopefully these developments will make your Monday a little more tolerable.

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By Doug Caverly

Doug is a staff writer for WebProNews. Visit WebProNews for the latest eBusiness news.

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