Monthly Archives: February 2010

Google Chrome 4 now natively supports Greasemonkey user scripts

One thing that got lost in the commotion of the extensions launch is a feature that is near and dear to my heart: Google Chrome 4 now natively supports Greasemonkey user scripts. Greasemonkey is a Firefox extension I wrote in 2004 … Continue reading

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Why Web Developers Should Switch to Google Chrome

All these tools make a heaven for web-developers: Web Inspector (aka Developer Tools) Accessing the Web Inspector/Developer Tools JavaScript Console Elements Panel Resources [Via tutsplus]

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finally Google Chrome 4 hits beta, includes lots of extensions

The latest Windows version of Google Chrome, version 4.0, is now in beta. It’s reportedly a scorching 30% faster than the current release, and it includes a bookmark syncing feature that’s been floating around in the developer preview version of the … Continue reading

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SIFR vs Cufon vs Typeface.js

Typeface.js Advantages: User doesn’t have to have Flash plugin installed on their browser Easier to create with just a few lines of Javascript For page loading it just needs to load the Javascript Disadvantages: Text is not selectable because it … Continue reading

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Google Buzz’s official demo

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