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Early Screenshots of Google Chrome for Mac

Early Screenshots of Google Chrome for Mac

Posted February 13, 2009 at 11:38am by iClarified
Some very early screenshots of Google Chrome for Mac have been posted to show the progress made thus far.

In his blog pinkerton writes "It's Alive!".
The entire team made a tremendous amount of progress getting the cross-platform model and controller classes scaffolded, topped off with a Cocoa UI (with similar strides on Linux using Gtk). We were at the point where you could create new windows and tabs (and close them too) using the shared code, which would spawn/quit associated renderer processes. It was pretty exciting to watch them come and go in Activity Monitor, knowing how close we were to getting bits on the screen.

This week, everything came together and we can now load web pages in the renderer processes and display them in tabs. Here's a screenshot of the very first time I ran Mac Chromium and loaded a webpage:

Early Screenshots of Google Chrome for Mac

You can read more about the progress of Google Chrome using the link below.

Read More [via MacRumors]

Early Screenshots of Google Chrome for Mac

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Hands0n - February 14, 2009 at 5:58am
Someone remind me why we need yet another browser please!
Dorald - February 15, 2009 at 1:47pm
Dhanish - February 16, 2009 at 7:18am
Yeah, I guess FireFox is running well on all platforms .... there's no need for any other browser.
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