March 30th, 2020
HTML form controls provide the backbone for much of the web’s interactivity. They’re easy for developers to use, have built-in accessibility, and are familiar to our users. One issue with native form controls, however, is the inconsistency in their styling. Older controls, such as <button> and <select> were styled to match the user’s operating system….
March 26th, 2020
Cross-posted from the Chrome Releases Blog We previously paused upcoming releases for Chrome and Chrome OS. Today we’re sharing an update as we’re now resuming releases with an adjusted schedule: M83 will be released three weeks earlier than previously planned and will include all M82 work as we cancelled the M82 release (all channels). Our…
March 18th, 2020
Due to adjusted work schedules at this time, we are pausing upcoming Chrome and Chrome OS releases. Our primary objectives are to ensure Chrome continues to be stable, secure, and work reliably for anyone who depends on them. We’ll continue to prioritize any updates related to security, which will be included in Chrome 80. Please…
March 12th, 2020
Today we’re announcing two significant changes that affect the developer experience when publishing on the Chrome Web Store. The new developer dashboard is now the default experience, and the developer registration flow has changed. New dashboard is now the default We recently launched a new developer dashboard for Chrome Web Store developers to try out….