Chrome Experiments

By | July 14, 2009

Here comes a project from Google to demonstrate the possibilities of JavaScript in Chrome web browser. If you are not using Chrome already and don’t feel like installing it, you may run those examples on other web browsers as well. However, due to Google’s superior JavaScript engine, it would be wise to run them on Chrome.

Via Peacekeeper’s Twitter.

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  1. Preston says:

    Safari will work fine with these.

  2. peep says:

    “Google’s superior JavaScript engine”

    Superior? To what? In what say?

    No, this is just nonsense. The other browsers have equally capable JS engines.

    These experiments are best run in Chrome because they were DESIGNED FOR Chrome, not because Chrome is inherently superior just because demos designed specifically for Chrome work best in Chrome.