The fifth anniversary of Chrome took place yesterday amidst pomp and show. Some of the services included: 500px, Pixlr Touch Up, The Economist and of course Pocket. As for Nitrous.IO, it is the most suitable stuff for developers. The Chrome apps can allow for a fully functional Linux milieu. This is especially so since it lets Ruby, Python, Go and NodeJS templates to operate without any hindrance whatsoever. Many users can carry on the functions in synch with each other. Chromebooks, SSH, Web Browser, iPad and Android Tablets are all compatible with this service. The packaged app is not just for any newbie. It has some pretty powerful tools that allow sophisticated operations to be carried out by the user base.
This had been a dream up until now. But now it is not only a reality but a sort of hyper-reality. The world of computers and computer programming via apps has taken a step towards you. A Chromebook meanwhile just costs around $200. The liberation technology this platform affords ordinary developers is truly a miracle in the making. Just half a decade ago Google Chrome began in humble ways to expand its then small empire. By now it has burgeoned into a virtual world in itself. There are so many features to the device-cum-service that they hardly need going into. The list would never end. The Chrome apps are now available for Windows and Chromebook users at Chrome Web Store. These are coming soon for Max and Linux users.
Source: Google Chrome