Chrome celebrates its third birthday with an interactive infographic of the evolution of the web
Friday 02 September 2011
For the last three years Google’s Chrome team has been working hard to make browsers faster, smarter and less complicated.
“In that time, the web community has continued to inspire us,” says Google, “bringing the power of the web into all kinds of apps and experiences, with all modern browsers making great strides in speed, simplicity and security. To pay homage to the goodness of the web, we’ve put together an interactive infographic, built in HTML5, which details the evolution of major web technologies and browsers.”
Celebrate Chrome’s third birthday and see how the web and browsers such as Mosaic, Netscape, Opera, Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox and Chrome have evolved from the humble beginnings of HTTP and HTML 1.0 in the early 1990s into the modern web browsers we use today by visiting The Evolution of the Web at http://evolutionofweb.appspot.com/.
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