Chrome 37 Beta Adds The Dialog Tag, Other Changes
Written by Michael Larabel in Google on 17 July 2014 at 05:40 PM EDT. 2 Comments
Google has put out the first beta of their Chrome 37 web-browser for all major platforms.

The Chrome 37 Beta for Linux users adds support for the dialog HTML5 element for styled dialog boxes controlled via a JavaScript API,the Web Cryptography JavaScript API is now enabled by default, sub-pixel font scaling is now supported, CSS cursor values are now unprefixed, the CSS Shapes Module is ready for developers, and there's other changes for end-users and developers with this Chrome 37 pre-release.

More details on the Chrome 37 Beta release can be found via the Chromium Blog.
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