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Simulate mobile devices with Device Mode | DevTools Tips
Want to test your websites on different mobile devices without owning a real one? In this episode, Jecelyn walks you through 5 ways to simulate mobile viewport with the Chrome DevTools Device Mode.
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New in Chrome 108: New viewport size units, COLRv1 support for variable fonts, and more!
Chrome 108 is rolling out now! It is easier to create adaptive UIs with new viewport size units.Color vector fonts now include support for variable fonts.
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Chrome 108 - What’s New in DevTools
What’s new in DevTools (Chrome 108) → goo.gle/3gMg6P5 Chapters: 0:00 - Intro 0:18 - Hints for inactive CSS properties 1:13 - Auto-detect XPath and text selectors in the Recorder 1:52
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Thinking on ways to solve CARD STACK
In today's GUI Challenge, @Adam Argyle creates an animated stack of cards using transform origin, grid and :has().
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Season 3 recap & what’s next | The CSS Podcast
Link to podcast → goo.gle/3Vge7Bi Listen to @Adam Argyle and @Una Kravets recap all of the exciting landings they talked about in 2022 in this end-of-season recap.
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Let's talk Accessibility with Carie Fisher and Melanie Sumner
Join Alexandra White from Google as she talks about the importance of building accessible web experiences to help you deliver your product to everyone, everywhere.
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Nesting | The CSS Podcast
Link to podcast → goo.gle/3TE6gfI In this episode, @Una Kravets and @Adam Argyle talk about CSS Nesting, per the current 2022 spec draft.
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SVG Masks #Shorts
Masking elements with SVG. GUI Snippets → goo.gle/GUIsnippets GUI Challenges → goo.gle/GUIchallenges Subscribe to Google Chrome Developers → goo.gle/ChromeDevs
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Subgrid | The CSS Podcast
Link to podcast → goo.gle/3UoLT7A In this episode Una and Adam discuss subgrid, a special value for grid-template-rows or grid-template-columns.
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Media query range syntax | The CSS Podcast
Link to podcast → goo.gle/3foZwnM Media query range syntax is a really nice addition.
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Topics API demo and colab walkthrough
The Topics API enables interest-based advertising, without resorting to tracking the sites a user visits.
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Different ways to open Chrome DevTools | DevTools Tips
Let's take a guess - how many ways are there to open Chrome DevTools? Tell us your favorite ways in the comments below!
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Thinking on ways to solve TRANSITIONS
In today's haunted GUI Challenge, @Adam Argyle live codes CSS clip-path transitions, demo's some rad effects, and covers the gotchas. If you don't know clip-path, you will by the end.
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Color functions: An update | The CSS Podcast
Link to podcast → goo.gle/3gMNl4I In this episode @Una Kravets and @Adam Argyle cover changes to the color level 5 and new color level 6 specs, so you can stay HD on the topic.
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Scroll-Linked Animations with ScrollTimeline and ViewTimeline | HTTP 203
Bramus shares his excitement for Scroll-Linked Animations that are powered by nothing but HTML and CSS. JavaScript option that integrates with WAAPI also included!
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Chrome 107 - What’s New in DevTools
What’s new in DevTools (Chrome 107) → goo.gle/3Dg5wIw Chapters: 0:00 - Intro 0:15 - Customize keyboard shortcuts in DevTools 1:07 - Highlight C/C++ objects in the Memory Inspector 2:02
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Improving :focus #Shorts
GUI Snippets → goo.gle/GUIsnippets GUI Challenges → goo.gle/GUIchallenges Subscribe to Google Chrome Developers → goo.gle/ChromeDevs
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:has() - The CSS Podcast
Link to podcast → goo.gle/3yLK4sf :has() is a new CSS selector which allows developers to query for the presence of a child or state.
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Inert | The CSS Podcast
Link to podcast → goo.gle/3TbRRHU In this episode @Una Kravets and @Adam Argyle explain a non-CSS property, but very relevant front-end UI property, called inert.
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How rotate(0) fixed my transform animation | HTTP 203
Jake and Bramus chat about transform animations, in particular how `rotate(0)` can behave differently to `none`.
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Container queries | The CSS Podcast
Link to podcast → goo.gle/3M9Yyb7 Container queries (also known as @container) are a new entrypoint for truly component-based responsive design.
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Thinking on ways to solve TOOLTIPS
In today's GUI Challenge, @Adam Argyle builds a tooltip with a custom element (no web component!), :has(), transforms, and logical properties.
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How to edit and extend user flows with Recorder and Puppeteer Replay | DevTools Tips
Explore how to edit and assert your user flows in the Recorder, install extensions, and export it to various formats, as well as use Puppeteer Replay other libraries to customize and replay
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New in Chrome 106: Intl API Improvements, Pop-Up API, CSS Improvements, and more!
Chrome 106 is rolling out now! There are new Intl APIs to give you more control when formatting numbers.
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A love letter to DOMPoint and DOMMatrix | HTTP 203
Jake shares his love for DOMPoint and DOMMatrix, two little-known APIs that are useful for visual effects!
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Meeting developer needs with Interop 2022
Interop 2022 is a joint effort between browser vendors to improve the interoperability in areas that web developers often struggle with.
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Chrome 106 - What’s New in DevTools
What’s new in DevTools (Chrome 106) → goo.gle/3DM1AAi Chapters: 0:00 - Intro 0:45 - Group files by Authored Deployed 1:30 - Hide ignore-listed sources 2:12 - The x_google_ignore_list in
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Cascade layers | The CSS Podcast
Link to podcast → goo.gle/3dxNF68 In this episode @Una Kravets and @Adam Argyle cover cascade layers (aka @layer).
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It's viewports all the way down | HTTP 203
Bramus schools Jake about all the viewports that exist in the browser. If you've had layout issues with position fixed, vw units, or height:100%, this episode will probably explain why.
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