3. this will probably mean more incapability issues for us web developers to worry about. IE6 obviously is the biggest nightmare – but currently I test all my web apps with IE 7 and FF 3.0. I end up bouncing back and forth as well because FireBug is so good – so I debug and test with FF but then run IE to validate it does what it is suspose too. It will be a pain to add yet another browser to this fold. (I ignore Safari right now…)
We’ll see – on the flip side, it might be a brower-killer that competes with Microsoft… who knows! Stay tuned!
So…definitely read that comic – it’s cool, even for the experts out there 🙂 Not only does it talk about Chrome’s sandbox tabs (and ‘Chrome Bot’ – lol), but explains what happens with the other browsers tabs… good stuff in and of itself 🙂
I watched the launch today, read the comic – I’m impressed…
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