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Chrome Experiments – Heavy Duty

I think i am quite late in having my eyes on but atleast they wandered there 🙂 .. Says

We think JavaScript is awesome. We also think browsers are awesome. Indeed, when we talk about them, we say they are the cat’s meow – which is an American expression meaning AWESOME.

In light of these deeply held beliefs, we created this site to showcase cool experiments for both JavaScript and web browsers.

These experiments were created by designers and programmers from around the world using the latest open standards, includingHTML5, Canvas, SVG, and more. Their work is making the web faster, more fun, and more open – the same spirit in which we built Google Chrome

Experiments i saw there are really interesting and worth the time to look for, fews years back these things were simply impossible to achieve without the aid of Flash/Gif but now they can be done so flawlessly with-in a browser although tampering and the code can work for other browsers aswell but the purpose was that how Google Chrome can handle it, Why Would Google keep a list of such heavy illustrations using HTML5 Canvas & JS?. The site answers that – Because Google knows that there product Chrome can handle it much better then any other browser out in the store and which it really did indeed.

Developers can simply Submit there Experiments in but let me remind you the About Page says :

Naturally, if you’ve made something fun and fast with JavaScript, please send it in. We can’t post everything, but we’d love to see it.

No Hard feelings okay ? 😉
Visit the Chrome Experiment Website and check out some really interesting Experiments …


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  • Chrome experiments are generally Javascript heavy webpages. They are made JS heavy on purpose to show that other browsers are nable to keep up with Google Chrome’s ultimate, new and built-from-the-scratch JS engine.

    JS is very important in today’s web due to the dynamic apps and AJAX etc.

    the future of the web is AJAX/dynamic sites… and Chrome is keeping up with it.

  • Fadi , that experiment was a good one after the google logo falls on bottom grab the first “G” and give it a good spin and everything blowing here and there . haha

    Well, Chrome ! ROCKS 😎

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