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Excited to announce that our official dates for the Chrome Dev Summit in Mountain View are November 17 & 18, 2015. Registration for tickets opens on August 11th 9am PT. 

Sign up here https://services.google.com/fb/forms/cds/ for ticket and livestream updates. We’re looking forwarding to connecting with the global Web Developer community to share what we’re working on. 

More details to come over the coming weeks; be sure to check https://developer.chrome.com/devsummit for the latest.
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SLICE: the web - benefits of building on the web today and in the future in one handy acronym.

https://paul.kinlan.me/slice-the-web/ 
What are the properties that make the web the web? How can we keep differentiating from native to stay relevant in a mobile world?
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Paul, can you explain "Embedded Schema.org can’t describe semantically correctly (hence JSON+LD)" a bit more?

I'm having trouble parsing that line (perhaps because I've done a lot of work with RDFa + schema.org that seems to semantically describe the contents of the page correctly, or perhaps because something's grammatically challenging in the phrase--heh)
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" 69% of the visits abandoned our page. These users neither went to the app store nor continued to our mobile website."

Yes, it may only be one data point, but it's a very strong data point that users do not like interstitials! Instead using app install banners provides a much better user experience.
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At least you don't have to click on 'no, I don't want your bloody app' every time you read'em.
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Chrome 44: Improvements to the App Install Banner & More

Chrome 44 includes improvements to the App Install Banner, changes to Push Messaging, and updates to notifications. Pete LePage will tell you how you can use these features new developer features in Chrome 44.
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+Andrew Bartholomew i had chocolate
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+Pete LePage shares what's new in Chrome 44 for Developers!
 
Chrome 44: Improvements to the App Install Banner & More

Chrome 44 includes improvements to the App Install Banner, changes to Push Messaging, and updates to notifications. Pete LePage will tell you how you can use these features new developer features in Chrome 44.
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I have now discovered that you can right click the label to be offered the others, but it's still more fiddly to me. Not realised about the audio ... 
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Great example of ServiceWorker in action! 
 
Parleys(.com) is now offline-friendly thanks to ServiceWorker! Which means you can now watch talks and courses even when you have poor or no connectivity -- awesome stuff. 
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Excuse me, I've participated in a migration awhile ago.I was in project console.would like know where or what point, picking design, upgrade, and more additions.did I complete the project? Where can I find the changes made
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Good optimization tips for HTTP/2!
 
HTTP/2 is here, let's optimize: bit.ly/http2-opt - it's time to revise some of our "best practices"... We're no longer constrained by parallelism, requests are cheap, and we can simplify and improve the performance of our applications by removing a few of the previously necessary workarounds.
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Lots of new features in Chrome 45 Beta including New ES2015 features, improvements to Service Worker, Media Controls, Changes to Push, additions to Touch API and much much more. 
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Chrome for iOS now supports the physical web!
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holy smokes. i posted above simple table code that was executed in chrome messed up, and that night after a burger at mcdonalds free wifi, bang didnt even see an update, wham, started my server, opened chrome, the screen showed as i was thinking oh ye, chrome isnt what i want, and whoa, it showed proper... fast patch. im impressed
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Web Apps can now interact with BLE devices starting in Chrome OS M45 with #WebBluetooth API. 
Check out  https://developers.google.com/web/updates/2015/07/interact-with-ble-devices-on-the-web.
 
The Chrome Team is actively looking for enthusiastic developers² to try out the Web Bluetooth API¹ that allows web apps to interact with Bluetooth Low Energy devices starting in Chrome OS M45.
Learn more about it at  https://developers.google.com/web/updates/2015/07/interact-with-ble-devices-on-the-web.

¹ https://webbluetoothcg.github.io/web-bluetooth/
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Some folks on the Chrome team are spending their time these days playing with a unique Turtle toy using the Web Bluetooth¹ API
This experimental API would allow web developers to discover and connect with Bluetooth Low Energy devices such as heart rate monitors, singing lightbulbs, robotic cars... 

Join the Web Bluetooth Google+ Community² today and checkout the official GitHub repository¹ to learn more about this young API.

¹ https://github.com/WebBluetoothCG/web-bluetooth ² https://plus.google.com/communities/108953318610326025178
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New #Polycasts  episode with +Rob Dodson on theming elements!
 
Polycasts took a long weekend after a busy week at I/O, but Rob's back in action with this episode on theming elements.

CSS Custom properties give you incredible flexibility when it comes to theming Polymer elements. Learn to wield their power in today’s episode of #Polycasts with +Rob Dodson.
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This is the official Google+ home of the Chrome Developer Relations team. We aim to help you write great web apps.

Follow this page to keep up to date on what's new for HTML5, Chrome apps & extensions, Dart, and other APIs that you can use with Chrome. We'll also hold weekly hangouts, give you behind the scenes tours, and occasionally dive deep into internals of Chrome.

If you’re building for the modern web, then this is the place for you!