Chrome 41 Beta Brings New Developer Features

Written by Michael Larabel in Google on 22 January 2015 at 04:59 PM EST. Add A Comment
Google's Chrome web-bowser is now up to version 41 in beta. This newest Chrome beta brings several new developer features.

The Chrome 41 Beta brings support for JavaScript ES6 template literals, better visual debugging of Web Animations, developer tooling improvements for Service Workers, ES6 lexical declarations support, a new image-rendering: pixelated option for CSS, CSS media queries improvements, support in the Web Audio API to temporarily suspend an audio context, and various other changes.

For Chrome users and web developers wishing to learn more about these improvements, see this blog post.
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