Ok, so yes, we’ve caught the Google Chrome fever here at Passpack HQ – it’s a beaut, and Passpack runs like a dream!
Plus… I just love the “center of the universe” feeling I get from signing into Passpack with a Google login, in a Google browser. Then using Passpack’s 1 Click Login as a springboard to the rest of the web (or other Google accounts! ahhhh).
Sign into Passpack with your Google login, from inside your Google Browser :)
More screenshots from our experiment on flickr.
Ok, kidding aside, Google Chrome shifts the browser paradigm from single-thread to multi-process browser. It’s built with the new web in mind. In particular, it’s built for cloud computing and running software as a service. Despite the first bug being found (of course, it’s 1 day old) I expect the new paradigm to offer a chance to plug up some of the known web security issues, like XSS. In fact, this from Google:
By keeping each tab in an isolated “sandbox”, we were able to prevent one tab from crashing another and provide improved protection from rogue sites.
So that’s the real reason why we’re so gung-ho about it: Google Chrome is a step in Passpack’s direction.
Good work Gteam!