Published on July 27, 2017 by Chrome
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With Chrome 60, you can now measure time to first paint and time to first contentful paint with the Paint Timings API. You can control how fonts are rendered with the font-display CSS property. And WebAssembly has landed.

From the National Museum of Mathematics in Manhattan, Pete LePage has all the details and how you can use these new developer features in Chrome 60!

**Note:** I announced PaymentRequest was coming to Mac/Win/CrOs/Linux in Chrome 60, but the team found bugs we didn’t like. So we decided to push the launch back to Chrome 61. Sorry for the miscommunication!

Chrome 60 Beta blog post:
goo.gl/1mKki9

Paint Timings API:
goo.gl/iSWEkF
goo.gl/4IpJhf

Font Display:
goo.gl/SzAis4
goo.gl/NPTEc5

WebAssembly:
webassembly.org/
goo.gl/Vp9LTk
goo.gl/eEuWbn
goo.gl/aExT1H

You can learn more about origin trials at goo.gl/6FP1a5

Special thanks to the The National Museum of Mathematics in Manhattan (momath.org/) for letting us shoot in their amazing space!

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22 Comments on "Chrome 60: Paint Timing API, Control Font Loading with Font-Display and WebAssembly"

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Gopeto Georgiev
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Gopeto Georgiev
4 months 19 hours ago

Thanks for disabling html5 sound without asking…retards

Sachin Malhotra
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Sachin Malhotra
4 months 7 days ago

man these updates so useless when it first comes out, enterprise websites need to support all browsers with deadlines nobody will give one doodoo about supporting X on chrome, plus all this optimization is getting ridiculous. The user has a base perception of website loading from the internets parent page siblings…its extremely slow being extremely fast is helpful but users are already accustomed to shitty websites

sandwichHLP
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sandwichHLP
4 months 8 days ago

Forget the Chrome 60 blah-blah, give us a behind-the-scenes on those tricycles!! 😉

karthik k
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karthik k
4 months 9 days ago

Never reinvent the wheel ..

Shlomo Goldrememberthesixgorillionbergensteinbears
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Shlomo Goldrememberthesixgorillionbergensteinbears
4 months 11 days ago

That tricycle is the perfect metaphor for most Google products.

Death Disco
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Death Disco
4 months 10 days ago

This. And not in a good way.

Shlomo Goldrememberthesixgorillionbergensteinbears
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Shlomo Goldrememberthesixgorillionbergensteinbears
4 months 11 days ago

So this guy on the dumbass tricycle is why my fonts now look like shit on Chrome 60/Centos 7.

Giorgi Gzirishvili
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Giorgi Gzirishvili
3 months 26 days ago

No such behaviour on Chrome 60 on Manjaro 17.0.2.

Ajay Poshak
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Ajay Poshak
4 months 13 days ago

Web Assembly sounds cool….

Colin Richardson
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Colin Richardson
4 months 13 days ago

Wow… You have legs… Who would have guessed.

Pete LePage
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Pete LePage
4 months 13 days ago

Putting an adult on a tricycles meant for kids is a little awkward, but it was still fun!

Altiano Gerung
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Altiano Gerung
4 months 13 days ago

WebAssembly at near-native speed? It is not possible to go native-equal speed?

João Rezende
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João Rezende
4 months 13 days ago

I assume the translation to native code takes a while?

Daniel Uhl
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Daniel Uhl
4 months 13 days ago

The only thing I got from this was that square wheel bikes exist

Pete LePage
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Pete LePage
4 months 13 days ago

Wish it had been more, but square wheels are pretty cool!

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