Froont: prototype responsive websites visually

Too bad it only works on Google Chrome (Safari and Firefox is on the way, but no news about Internet Explorer 10 😦 ).

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The evolution of the web

The web today is a growing universe of interlinked web pages and web apps, teeming with videos, photos, and interactive content. What the average user doesn’t see is the interplay of web technologies and browsers that makes all this possible.

Over time web technologies have evolved to give web developers the ability to create new generations of useful and immersive web experiences. Today’s web is a result of the ongoing efforts of an open web community that helps define these web technologies, like HTML5, CSS3 and WebGL and ensure that they’re supported in all web browsers.

The color bands in this visualization represent the interaction between web technologies and browsers, which brings to life the many powerful web apps that we use daily.

View the timeline.

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Google Chrome vs Eric Schmidt

First you have Google advertising its Google Chrome browser.

They promote it that it has an “incognito” mode. Nobody will see what you are doing and nobody will know where you went on the internet. Nobody will know what you googled at.

And suddenly the CEO of Google (Eric Schmidt) tells you that you don’t need any privacy at all! That they know all about you.

erm… lol!

Bye google..

Europe, what about Chrome OS?

I’m just making a quick thought public.

Microsoft had problems with the European Union (EU) about their operating system Windows and its browser Internet Explorer (IE).

What about Google and Chrome OS? Google has its own browser, Chrome, and now they have their own operating system called Chrome OS. Promoting a ‘modified version’ of its browser? Capable of spreading it around the world with their search engine that dominates almost the whole world. Could be something dangerous…

Oh I forgot to mention: “What about Apple and its Safari?” or Firefox that is gaining more market share every day…

Europe, you annoyed Microsoft already, please do the same with Google.


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