I think your inference that the use of Chrome as a browser used to access this site implies an increase in the use of Chrome *for development* is fundamentally flawed. As "R" says, most developers will use multiple browsers and the browser I use for development may bear no relation to the one I use for accessing the Internet.
I personally develop using FF (with a boat-load of extensions) but prior to release of the software I perform function and speed tests on IE, Opera, Netscape, Avant, Chrome and (Win-) Safari. I assume all professional developers do the same! ;)
PHP-4-Business - 2010-05-09 22:04:30 - In reply to message 2 from Manuel Lemos
[quote] If you read the article again, you may notice that nowhere it was mentioned that the users are switching to Chrome for development. [/quote]
Well I think you should have made this clearer in your blog since that is obviously the impression that I (and several of the other commentators) have got from reading your post.
Manuel Lemos - 2010-05-09 22:21:47 - In reply to message 3 from PHP-4-Business
You are assuming that everybody uses different browsers for developing sites and for browsing the Web.
I do not think most users are developing sites with one browser and switch to another browser just to access this site, especially when this site is used by developers looking for PHP components to study or use in their projects.