Published on October 17, 2017 by Chrome
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Chrome 62 improves the network information API with network quality indicators, support for OpenType Variable Fonts has landed, and you can now capture and process media streams from HTMLMediaElements with the Media Capture from DOM elements API.

Pete LePage has all the details and how you can use these new developer features in Chrome 62!

Chrome 62 Beta blog post: goo.gl/3YgpW1

Network Information API
Spec: goo.gl/5rr3Uq
Chrome Status: goo.gl/WUocPG
Demo: goo.gl/Hszvh7

OpenType Variable Fonts
CSS Properties: goo.gl/A4LzFc
CSS Properties: goo.gl/oA6kfN

Media Capture from DOM Elements API
Spec: goo.gl/7syXM1
Demo: goo.gl/YW5TzK

Next steps toward more connection security: goo.gl/sqpsCo

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

Subscribe to the Google Developers channel at goo.gl/WkxCU5

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18 Comments on "Chrome 62: Improved Network Information API, Support for OpenType Variable Fonts and more!"

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Brian Best
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Brian Best
1 month 24 days ago

That boat is going way too fast right there 1:19

Pete LePage
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Pete LePage
1 month 22 days ago

yah, it does look a little weird! but i don't think we did anything there that would affect that.

León Domingo
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León Domingo
1 month 24 days ago

Beautiful scene

LegatoDi
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LegatoDi
1 month 24 days ago

Great job! I wish we have some sort of API to report actual connection speed and latancy.

Burak Tevfik Dogan
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Burak Tevfik Dogan
1 month 25 days ago

So all those warnings about SSL was a SCAM, huh??? Google, you are destroying my business by making me a 'LIAR' in my clients eyes!!! I will never trust you guys anymore. I AM DONE!

Burak Tevfik Dogan
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Burak Tevfik Dogan
1 month 24 days ago

What do you mean?

MaxArt
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MaxArt
1 month 24 days ago

Just get a freaking certificate already, you fool!
You are the one that shouldn't be trusted if that's how you deal with security.

Harshit Pant
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Harshit Pant
1 month 24 days ago

open same site in firefox you will know the thing

yourmamaisphat
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yourmamaisphat
1 month 25 days ago

Wish the network API was widely supported. It would mean: RIP AMP.

MaxArt
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MaxArt
1 month 24 days ago

yourmamaisphat Huh? And how? It's not like slow connections will get faster thanks to it, so there always be space for AMP.

Gary F
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Gary F
1 month 25 days ago

When is Chrome going to not suck CPU and RAM like… Mozilla? 😂

Gary F
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Gary F
1 month 23 days ago

I already told you Safari is faster than Chrome. On Mac. And have you really compared the latest browsers on Windows (Edge)?

Iuliu Visovan
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Iuliu Visovan
1 month 23 days ago

On Windows it's by far the fastest. On a Mac it can be anything. Only Microsoft is retarded enough to not be able to make their own product run decently on their own platform.

Gary F
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Gary F
1 month 23 days ago

It is not the fastest. It used to be, V8 was real innovation. Now it's a fat cat. Safari is faster and I've switched to it as my main. I have to use Chrome for DevTools (I'm a programmer) and to chromecast videos to my TV.

Iuliu Visovan
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Iuliu Visovan
1 month 23 days ago

It's simply a matter of giving you the best you can get. Chrome is the fastest browser in the world because you spend almost all of your PC time on the internet, and Google knows that, so it uses almost all it can use.

Hr Gwea
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Hr Gwea
1 month 23 days ago

I fear that it will only get worse as computers become more powerful. It's the only way to keep things fast as the browser becomes more complex with each version.

We've moved from the Megahertz Mania of the '90 into the Gigabytes Mania of today.

Dvdr Trgn
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Dvdr Trgn
1 month 25 days ago

Cool stuff. The background looks real.

Pete LePage
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Pete LePage
1 month 22 days ago

it is! 😀

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