So my first impression about Google’s new Chrome browser, is that it Rocks. It’s quite apparent that the engineers at Google know exactly what the development community is looking for and they make no small feat in creating a web browser that is able to completely annihilate the competition. Moreover, I really like some of the features that are included by default like the Firebug style DOM inspector that you can invoke by a right click context menu (Nice).
In my first shot at testing out the new browser’s speed, I attempted to pull up a Google Map that I have on my site which makes a remote call to Google’s GeoCoder object to retrieve coordinates for a city to update the map locations based on those coordinates. Though I should actually have the coordinates in a Google GeoCoder Cache to speed up the process, I don’t
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