Google Chrome 35 Beta Adds New Features
Written by Michael Larabel in Google on 10 April 2014 at 05:45 PM EDT. 10 Comments
Two days after the Chrome 34 debut, Google has announced the first beta of Chromium 35 Beta.

The Chrome 35 Beta introduces new developer features for greater control over touch and zoom input, new JavaScript functionality from ECMAScript 6, JavaScript Promise support for cleaner asynchronous code, unprefixed Shadow DOM support, and various other new features.

More details on Google's Chrome 35 Beta can be found via the Chromium blog.
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