Google Chrome Developers

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Fun & powerful: Intro to Chrome DevTools #DevToolsTips
In this video, Jecelyn will walk you through the basics of getting started and tips for Chrome DevTools.
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New in Chrome 122: Storage Buckets API, DevTools Performance panel updates, and more!
Chrome 122 is rolling out now! With the new Storage Buckets API, DevTools Performance panel updates, unsanitized option to read HTML with the Async Clipboard API and there’s plenty more.
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Speculation Rules API updates #shorts
Sites can use the Speculation Rules API, to programmatically tell Chrome which pages to prerender, creating a better user experience by reducing page navigation time.
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CapCut brings powerful video editing to the browser
Browser capabilities now enable advanced video editing apps to come to the web.
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scrollbar-color, scrollbar-width, font-palette #shorts
The properties scrollbar-color and scrollbar-width are now available. With them you can customize scrollbars and change—as you probably guessed—their color and width.
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Debugging speculative navigations for faster page loads #DevToolsTips
Jecelyn teams up with Barry again to talk about the new Speculation Rules API which can be used to prefetch and prerender future page navigations to greatly improve page load speed!
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color-mix() #shorts
he CSS color-mix() function lets you mix colors, in any of the supported color spaces, right from your CSS. #ChromeForDevelopers #Chrome Speaker: Una Kravets; Products Mentioned: Chrome;
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New in Chrome 121: CSS updates, improvements to the Speculation Rules API, and more!
Chrome 121 is rolling out now! With CSS updates, improvements to the Speculation Rules API, an origin trial for Element Capture API and there’s plenty more.
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Has() selector #shorts
The has() selector is one of the most powerful new CSS capabilities landing in modern browsers. #ChromeForDevelopers Speaker: Una Kravets; Products Mentioned: Chrome;
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Container queries #shorts
CSS container queries allow you to manipulate the element's styles based on its parent container properties.
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text-wrap: balance #shorts
Without text-wrap: balance; designers, content editors and publishers have few tools to change the way lines are balanced. #ChromeForDevelopers Speaker: Una Kravets; Products Mentioned: Chrome;
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Building multiple Progressive Web Apps on the same domain
Learn best practices to build multiple PWAs, taking advantage of the same domain name, and make the user aware that those PWAs belong to the same organization or service.
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Progressive Web Apps in multi origin sites
Learn about multi-origin PWAs: From best practices to overcoming challenges, and the release of a new API in origin trial: Web App Scope Extensions.
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What are Private State Tokens?
Private State Tokens is an API to help combat fraud and distinguish bots from real humans, without passive tracking.
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Permission policy violation reports #shorts
This Permissions Policy API and Reporting API integration allows web developers to configure endpoints, to which permissions policy violation reports will be sent, allowing site owners to see when
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What is the Protected Audience API?
The Protected Audience API is designed to support an advertiser who would like to build up an audience: in other words, a group of people they want to show an ad to.
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Privacy Sandbox: Preparing for the end of 3rd-party cookies
With user privacy becoming increasingly important, the way web services operate is transforming; 3PCD is one of the biggest overhauls of the Web’s cookie-based infrastructure.
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What is the Attribution Reporting API?
The Attribution Reporting API makes it possible to get a report when action from a user leads to a conversion—for example, a user clicks an ad and later completes a purchase— but without using
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What are Related Website Sets?
Related Website Sets is a way for an organization to declare relationships among sites, so that browsers allow limited third-party cookie access for specific purposes.
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Relative color syntax #CSSWrapped2023
Follow the link to learn all about the CSS features that landed this year in Chrome → #ChromeForDevelopers #CSSWrapped2023
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Debugging Fetch Priority #DevToolsTips
Barry joins Jecelyn again to talk about the Fetch Priority API and how it can be used to improve LCP image load times.
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64 days 6:05
What is Storage Access API?
Storage Access API allows iframes to request storage access permissions when access would otherwise be denied by browser settings.
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Thinking on ways to solve COMPARE components
In today's GUI Challenge, @AdamArgyleInk uses grid, masks and an input type range to create a comparison component.
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CloseWatcher API #shorts
Chrome 120 brings the solution with CloseWatcher, a new API for directly listening and responding to close requests.
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View Transitions #CSSWrapped
Landed in 2023 in Chrome are View Transitions which allow you to create rich transitions between two page states of your SPA.
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What Is Chips?
CHIPS introduces a new behavior that improves user privacy and security.
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Container queries #CSSWrapped
Follow the link to learn all about the CSS features that landed this year in Chrome → Catch more Shorts → #ChromeForDevelopers
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Test your site without third-party cookies
In this video we'll show you how to test your site *without* third-party cookies.
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72 days 0:57 #CSSpodcast
On @AdamArgyleInk's website “,” you can check out different color gradients and find ways to interpolate them. The best part?
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Unity brings WebGPU to its web player
#ChromeForDevelopers partnered with the Unity team to change the game for web–based graphics acceleration for their developers.
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