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Chrome on iOS is now open source

Wednesday, February 1, 2017 10:38:51 AM Asia/Calcutta

Google’s Chromium project lets developers poke around, test, and modify Google’s open-source browser code. But up until today, Chrome for iOS’s code wasn’t included in the open-source repository. Now, however, the company is making it public. The code wasn’t kept with the rest of the Chromium Project because of how complicated it is to actually get Chrome to run on a mobile Apple device.The desktop browser has long been based on open-source code but the complexity of the iOS version kept it separate, until now. That and more in today’s news.Read More
Posted By Paresh Bhatiya
o begin with, Chrome now presents a clearer warning to users when a website requests password or credit card information over a non-HTTPS, unsecured connection. Chrome 56 is also the first version to make HTML5 the default standard for all users, with Flash content automatically blocked by the browser. Support for the HTTPS-secure Web Bluetooth API has also been included, allowing websites to connect to Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) devices like printers and lightbulbs for a more interactive online experience. Chrome 56 also brings 51 additional security fixes to the browser.Read More
Posted By Hemal Tankaria

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