Chrome For Web Developers

by Tom Mullaly on February 12, 2010

Brian Egan makes a good case for Chrome 4 for developers, especially in comparison to Firefox with Firebug, covering Chrome’s Web Inspector, the JavaScript console, the Elements Panel, Chrome Resources and five extensions that make it invaluable for developers. There is no longer too much of a compromise if you want to go with Chrome, and though it will be awhile before you have the sheer number of add-ons available that you do with Firefox, Chrome is coming on.

And I’ll say it again–it’s very similar to the battle between Android and iPhone: no matter which one you use you have to be happy that the other one continues to develop and show real excellence. Whether we’re talking browsers or mobile platforms, lighting a fire under the other guy always will force you to up your game.

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Web Maintainance

chrome is the good explorer by google. anyone can use it. It’s very user friendly for anyone to browse the internet.

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