Tom Warren's "Chrome is turning into the new Internet Explorer 6" for The Verge has a title that, to us front-end web developers, suggests that Chrome is turning into a browser far behind in technology and replete with tricky bugs. Aside from the occasional offhand generic, "Chrome is getting so bad lately," comments you hear, we know that's not true. Chrome often leads the pack for good web tech.
Chris Krycho has written an excellent post about how us fickle web developers might sometimes confuse features that land in one browser as being “the future of the web.” However, Chris argues that there’s more than one browser’s vision of the web that we should care about:
It’s also worth recognizing how these decisions aren’t, in almost any case, unalloyed pushes for “the future of the web.” They reflect business priorities, just like any other technical prioritization.
A Chrome extension for debugging SVG paths by converting them to outlines and displaying anchors, control points, handles and arc ellipses.
An amazing contribution to this open source project would be to make all those points draggable, and then be able to spit out the newly adjusted code.
Also, weren't browser extensions on their way to being interoperable? Looks like the community group has significant work done.