Google, the IT giant, has launched the updated version of its web browser Chrome with advanced utilities for developers and a number of security fixes.
Google made the announcement through a blogpost, stating that the a new stable version of Google Chrome was out for the Windows, Linux and the Mac users.
The release is mainly directed for the expert level developer usage as it has come bundled with a lot of new developer features. The update also boasts various security bug fixtures. These are about 33 in numbers and include the Address Bar Spoofing bug fix which was reported by a young Pakistani cyber researcher Rafay Baloch.
Among various developer-only features, Chrome 53 will have Shadow DOM V1, and hence will have the ability to include the subtree of a DOM away from the parent tree. The browser will use API V0, as for now.
Users can download the updated version of Google Chrome for their respective OS through the official website, and we recommend you do so as soon as possible for the greater good.
The complete list of changes can be accessed via this log.