Announced just over a week ago, Google is working on resurrecting Browser Sync in Google Chrome. With the recent development jump to v4, it seems a good bet that sync will be an integral part of the next major release of the speedy browser. In the most recent nightly builds, the pieces of the puzzle are starting to come together. Looking through the Chrome command line switches, I noticed the...
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