How many ways can we save some data on the browser(client) end and retrieve it back even after a refresh: We can use localstorage or sessionstorage Use cookies Rewrite URL(although not elegant, but still can get the job done) Appending/Prepending to the name attribute on the window object You can try opening up any webpage […]

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Favelets, also called Bookmarklets, are links which contain special functionality. Instead of being directed to a URL when you click them, they perform an action using JavaScript. Favelets can be added to Internet Explorer as a favorite or Firefox,Chrome,Safari as a bookmark. There are browser extensions like GreaseMonkey, GreaseMetal which hand great power to the […]

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This is by far the most innovative and surprisingly not so entertaining ad about Google Chrome browsers Speed Test. For behind-the-scenes footage of how this video was made: Want more details, read on: These speed tests were filmed at actual web page rendering times. If you’re interested in the technical details, read on! Equipment used: […]

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Chrome Frame is a new browser plug-in developed by Google to give you a Chrome browsing experience inside of Internet Explorer. Chrome Frame turns IE into Chrome. Though in early stages it brings Google Chrome’s open web technologies and speedy JavaScript engine to Internet Explorer. Best of all Chrome Frame will work with IE6, IE7, […]

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