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New in Chrome 127: cross-document view transitions, CloseWatcher API re-enabled, and more
Chrome 127 is rolling out now! With support for font-size-adjust, user activation propagation in document picture-in-picture, keyboard focusable scrollers and there’s plenty more.
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Protocols and Tools for Testing Web Apps
Learn how to deliver reliable web experiences by combining modern test automation tools from Chrome with best practices.
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Professional text wrapping with one line of CSS
Learn about text wrap, a great modern improvement to typography on the web platform.
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084: Text Wrap
In this episode Una and Adam talk about text wrap, a great modern improvement to typography on the web platform.
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Save time with the :has() selector
Una shares when she created a Tic Tac Toe game without :has(). This process was long and took a lot of code… If only she had the handy dandy :has() selector back then.
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083: :has() tips and tricks
In this episode Una and Adam expand on episode 61 about :has() by focusing specifically on use cases, tips and tricks. Get inspired and discover new ways to make reactive UI from CSS.
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The updates to color in CSS
Get an update on color in CSS, from changes to the specs and new functions. Watch the latest episode from The CSS podcast to learn more!
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What is a Remote Hosted Code?
Patrick from the Chrome Extensions team explains the concept of Remotely Hosted Code in Chrome Extensions.
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082: What's new in color & color functions
In this episode Una and Adam provide a color update, covering changes to the specs and new functions.
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What’s new in DevTools: Chrome 124-126
Let’s dive into what’s new in DevTools for Chrome 124-126.
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Math functions in CSS
Watch to learn more practical use cases, syntax and strategies for all the new math functions in CSS.
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Gamepad API trigger-rumble extension
Chrome 126 is rolling out! Gamepad API’s trigger-rumble capability enhances the gaming experience for compatible web controllers. Watch to learn more about this newly available feature.
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The WASI Revolution: Luke Wagner on WebAssembly's Past, Present, and Future
In this episode, Thomas Steiner interviews Luke Wagner, who works at Fastly.
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081: Trigonometric Functions
In this episode Una and Adam share practical use cases, syntax and strategies for all the new math functions in CSS.
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Animating dialogs and popovers to and from top-layer
Check out the latest episode about animating dialogs and popovers into and out of the top layer.
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View Transitions API
Chrome 126 is rolling out! Learn about the View Transitions API and how it creates seamless visual transitions between different views. Watch to learn more!
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080: Animating to and from top-layer
In this episode Una and Adam continue talking about dialogs and popovers, but this time it's all about animating them into and out of the top layer..
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What is Chrome?
Web App, WebAPK, WebView, Trusted Web Activity, Custom Tab.... What's the difference, and how do they relate to Chrome, Chrome OS, and Chromium? And how did JavaScript wind up in space?
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Dialog over a popover #CSSPodcast
The CSS Podcast is back! Check out the latest episode, where we dive into the popover API and dialog element, explaining their capabilities and the ideal use cases for each.
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New in Chrome 126: Cross-document view transitions, CloseWatcher API re-enabled, and more
Chrome 126 is rolling out now! With support for cross-document transitions in the ViewTransitions API, the CloseWatcher API re-enabled, trigger-rumbled for the Gamepad API and there’s plenty more.
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079: Popover and Dialog
The CSS Podcast is back, with an episode highlighting the popover API and dialog element! Learn what they can do, and when to use which when.
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Test UI changes with overrides in Chrome DevTools
Test UI changes and production fixes with the powerful network response overrides in Chrome DevTools. Learn to override and indicate if something has been overridden.
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3 new ways to customize the DevTools Performance panel (Part 2)
The flame chart is a powerful way to visualize the JavaScript call stack in the DevTools Performance panel, but it can be challenging to make sense of particularly tall and repetitive stacks.
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3 new ways to customize the DevTools Performance panel (Part 3)
The Performance Panel of DevTools comes with many different tracks that visualize how time was spent in different processes, like network activity, animations, interactions, main thread activity
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3 new ways to customize the DevTools Performance panel (Part 1)
Never lose your place in the Performance panel timeline again.
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What’s the Looper-Pile Mini Web Machine?
The latest Mini Web Machine combines the last two creations.
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Chrome user, Chrome profile, Chrome client
What do we mean by when we talk about a Chrome profile? What's the difference between a Chrome user and a Chrome client? This video explains.
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Google I/O 2024 Recap for Chrome Enterprise
In this webinar we cover the latest news for Chrome Enterprise that was released at Google I/O 2024 including ChromeOS updates, enterprise developer updates, what's new in the web, and AI tools for
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Progressive Web Apps on the same domain
Did you know that you can take advantage of your domain to build multiple, related PWAs using subdomains? Learn about building multiple progressive web apps on the same domain.
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Mini Web Machine Fusion: The Looper and The Pile Unite
Mini Web Machines combine in this debut episode! The Looper and The Pile are used together to create experiences that are bigger than the machines are on their own.
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