The Google Chrome team has created a guide “20 Things” to help explain complex but fascinating ideas about technology. It is expected that, Google Chrome Browser and the upcoming Chrome OS will run HTML5 powered Web Apps. This can be considered as Google’s attempt to increase appeal for HTML5 Web Apps. “20 Things” is built in HTML5, without usinf Flash for flipping the page.
Many of us these days depend on the World Wide Web to bring the world’s information to our fingertips, and put us in touch with people and events across the globe instantaneously.
Life as citizens of the web can be liberating and empowering, but also deserves some self-education. Just as we’d want to know various basic facts as citizens of our physical neighborhoods — water safety, key services, local businesses — it’s increasingly important to understand a similar set of information about our online lives. That’s the spirit in which we wrote this guide. Many of the examples used to illustrate the features and functionality of the browser often refer back to Chrome, the open-source browser that we know well. We hope you find this guide as enjoyable to read as we did to create.