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22
Oct

Chrome 47 Beta: Idle time work, splash screens, and desktop notification management

Posted by | | Uncategorized · Web Design

The newest Chrome Beta channel release includes support for cooperative multitasking, splash screens for sites added to home screen, flexible desktop notifications, security fixes, and more. Unless otherwise noted, changes described below apply to Chrome for Android, Chrome OS, Linux, Mac, and Windows. Splash screens on Android Mobile devices are typically less powerful than desktops, meaning apps can take a few seconds to load. Splash screens allow apps to show something meaningful to users as the app loads, improving perceived performance. The new version of Chrome for Android brings splash […]

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17
Oct

CMR Golf CLub

Posted by | · · · · · · | Client · Web Design

Client : CMR Golf Club Brief : Complete overhaul of existing website and transition to a more modern look and appeal. CMS based system with a mailchimp integration for Newsletters. Solution: wordpress install with Avada theme and custom photography from Cocopine. Mailchimp newsletter integration. Site: www.cmrgolfclub.co.za              

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14
Oct

Streamlining Notifications on Desktop

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This past spring, Chrome began supporting push notifications for web pages via the emerging web push standard. However, notifications in Chrome aren’t new; Chrome apps and extensions have supported push notifications on desktop since 2010. In some cases, these desktop notifications would appear while users were gone, so in 2013 Chrome launched the notification center, a place for users to find notifications from Chrome apps and extensions that they’d missed. However, in practice, few users visit the notification center. To keep Chrome simple, it will be removed from Windows, Mac, and […]

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14
Oct

Streamlining Notifications on Desktop

Posted by | | Uncategorized

This past spring, Chrome began supporting push notifications for web pages via the emerging web push standard. However, notifications in Chrome aren’t new; Chrome apps and extensions have supported push notifications on desktop since 2010. In some cases, these desktop notifications would appear while users were gone, so in 2013 Chrome launched the notification center, a place for users to find notifications from Chrome apps and extensions that they’d missed. However, in practice, few users visit the notification center. To keep Chrome simple, it will be removed from Windows, Mac, and […]

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