Chrome 24 Brings Math Formatting and More
January 14, 2013 by Ivo Rangelov Source article

Google released the stable version of Chrome 24 yesterday, adding support for IndexedDB for apps that work better offline, mathematics formulas formatted with MathML, and faster JavaScript. The new version also comes with a range of security fixes, including two $1,000 bounties and one $4,000 bounty paid to people who found high-severity vulnerabilities. Because Chrome automatically downloads updates by default in part to patch holes as fast as possible, people just need to restart the browser to update it.


IndexedDB, under development for years, is geared to store data for use even if a Web site or Web app is working with no network connection. It's used for offline Gmail and Google Docs, for example. Math markup language makes it easier for the browser to display formulas like the quadratic equation - not something everyone needs, but as with accents and currency symbols, something very useful to a particular subset.

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