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Loop Next-generation web styling (Chrome Dev Summit 2019)

Next-generation web styling (Chrome Dev Summit 2019)

With new CSS features landing in browsers, and Houdini on the horizon, web styling has become so much more powerful than ever. In this talk, we’ll show you how to leverage these new properties and worklets to build fast, beautiful, and accessible websites. Presented by: Adam Argyle, Una Kravets View the schedule → #ChromeDevSummit All Sessions → Subscribe to Google Chrome Developers → Event photos →  ...

2019.11.12
Loop Web development on Chrome OS (Chrome Dev Summit 2019)

Web development on Chrome OS (Chrome Dev Summit 2019)

This talk demonstrates how in a few clicks you can get a full web development environment up and running on Chrome OS, including how to do cross-browser testing! Presented by: Emilie Roberts #ChromeDevSummit All Sessions → Subscribe to the Chrome Developers channel → Event photos →  ...

2019.11.25
Loop Improving Load Performance - Chrome DevTools 101

Improving Load Performance - Chrome DevTools 101

This tutorial shows you how to use Chrome DevTools to find ways to make your pages load faster. Using Tony the Cat’s site, Kayce shows you how to audit a page with the Audits panel, use the Audits panel report to find ways to improve your page speed, experiment by adding one change at a time, and then measure each change to make sure that each is actually improving your speed. You can use this workflow to improve the speed of any page. This tutorial covers some of the most common causes of sl...

2018.08.24
Loop Chrome Dev Summit 2020 - Save the date

Chrome Dev Summit 2020 - Save the date

Mark your calendars, the 2020 Chrome Developer Summit is coming to you virtually on December 9th and 10th! Join us to engage with the Chrome team and other web developers for this two day event! Learn more → Subscribe to Chrome → ...

2020.10.14

Loop The main thread is overworked & underpaid (Chrome Dev Summit 2019)

The main thread is overworked & underpaid (Chrome Dev Summit 2019)

Amongst all the platforms for app development, the web is arguably the only one that does not make good use of threading. On the web, the main thread has a lot of responsibilities, and we keep adding more by writing more sophisticated apps and using new web APIs. At the same time, the median phone is getting slower and device's screens refresh more frequently, leaving less time for our code to run. How can we make sure our experience is great for everyone? How can we free up the main thread so ...

2019.11.12
Loop 5 Chrome DevTools Tricks You Didn't Know!

5 Chrome DevTools Tricks You Didn't Know!

Here I discuss my top 5 chrome devtools tricks you might not know earlier and would love it! Make your JavaScript debugging more productive by knowing best chrome devtools debugging tips....

2019.02.12
Loop Inspect Network Activity - Chrome DevTools 101

Inspect Network Activity - Chrome DevTools 101

Learn how to use the most popular Chrome DevTools features related to inspecting network activity, including: 1:05 - View a chronological log of all network activity 3:26 - Show or hide columns in the Network Log 3:46 - Throttle network activity to simulate mobile experiences 4:46 - Inspect individual network resources in depth 5:23 - Search HTTP headers and response bodies 6:05 - Filter out resources you don't care about 7:51 - Block network requests Links mentioned in the video: Optimize Si...

2019.04.04
Loop Faster apps with JSON.parse (Chrome Dev Summit 2019)

Faster apps with JSON.parse (Chrome Dev Summit 2019)

Because the JSON grammar is much simpler than JavaScript’s grammar, JSON can be parsed more efficiently than JavaScript. This knowledge can be applied to improve start-up performance for web apps that ship large JSON-like configuration object literals (such as inline Redux stores). Presented by: Mathias Bynens - More info → #ChromeDevSummit All Sessions → Subscribe to Google Chrome Developers → Event photos →  ...

2019.11.22
Loop Debugging JavaScript - Chrome DevTools 101

Debugging JavaScript - Chrome DevTools 101

If you're still using console.log() to find and fix JavaScript issues, you might be spending more time debugging than you need to. This tutorial shows you how to make the most of Chrome DevTools so that you can debug your JavaScript as quickly as possible. Demo: Doc version of this tutorial: Breakpoints Guide: JavaScript Debugging Reference: Subscribe to the Google Chrome Developers channel: ...

2018.01.05
Loop web.dev LIVE 2020: Day One

web.dev LIVE 2020: Day One

Join us for day 1 of web.dev LIVE as we head to the Americas timezone to provide helpful content on Performance and Discovery through Search. Enjoy the content and remember to ask your questions in the live chat! 0:00:30 - 0:03:15 → Day opener 0:27:58 - 0:43:00 → What's New in Speed Tooling 0:43:32 - 1:21:06 → Optimize for Core Web Vitals 1:21:17 - 1:27:50 → Mastering the Chrome UX Report on BigQuery 1:28:02 - 1:36:05 → How to Analyze Your JavaScript Bundles 1:36:21 - 2:09:25 → Core Web Vita...

2020.06.30
Loop PWA and the installable web (Chrome Dev Summit 2019)

PWA and the installable web (Chrome Dev Summit 2019)

The Web has a superpower—it's a frictionless and federated experience, whether for search results, news articles, ride sharing, or spreadsheets. With modern, evergreen browsers, your users can accept site prompts to install web experiences to their device's home screen or desktop. This talk is for designers of enterprise & consumer web apps who want to understand the options for installed web experiences from browsers and the Play Store. We’ll cover when, where & how to promote web install—and,...

2019.11.12

Loop Chrome 86 - What’s New in DevTools

Chrome 86 - What’s New in DevTools

New to DevTools in Chrome 86: 1:00 Media panel → 5:26 Lighthouse 6.2 release note → 6:08 Chrome DevTools engineering blog: Migrating to JavaScript modules → Check out the blog version of these release notes here → Tweet us → What’s New in DevTools → Subscribe to Google Chrome Developers → ...

2020.10.01
Loop What’s new in Material Design for the web (Chrome Dev Summit 2019)

What’s new in Material Design for the web (Chrome Dev Summit 2019)

This talk goes over what's new in Material Design on the Web, including: - Material theming for custom UI styles - Dark mode considerations - Data tables - Density - Material.io components page - Open source implementations program for developers of Material adjacent libraries Presented by: Una Kravets #ChromeDevSummit All Sessions → Subscribe to Google Chrome Developers → Event photos →  ...

2019.11.22
Loop Tools for fast Angular applications (Chrome Dev Summit 2019)

Tools for fast Angular applications (Chrome Dev Summit 2019)

Angular grew significantly in the past few years from both a tooling and developer experience standpoint. This talk will explore many of the features and newer improvements in the pipeline that allow anyone to build and deploy performant apps with very little overhead. Through real demos and examples, we’ll cover bundle budgeting, differential serving, automatic code-splitting, and more! In the second part of the talk, we’ll focus on how to efficiently prefetch and preload different modules and...

2019.11.22
Loop Is reduce() bad? - HTTP 203

Is reduce() bad? - HTTP 203

In this episode, Jake and Surma discuss the array function reduce(). Is it good to use it? Is it too “smart”? Does it increase or decrease readability? Does anyone actually read video descriptions? Let us know in the comments! Subscribe to Google Chrome Developers here → Also, if you enjoyed this, you might like the HTTP203 podcast! → ...

2020.01.14
Loop 10 modern layouts in 1 line of CSS

10 modern layouts in 1 line of CSS

In this dynamic talk, Una goes over the power of modern CSS layout techniques by highlighting a few key terms and how much detail can be described in a single line of code. Learn a few layout tricks you can implement in your codebase today, and be able to write entire swaths of layout with just a few lines of code. Resource: Check out the demo website: 1-Line Layouts → Related Playlist: Day 3 → Subscribe to the Chrome Developers → Speaker: Una Kravets #webdevLIVE #CSS #weblayout...

2020.07.16
Loop Speed Essentials: Key Techniques for Fast Websites (Chrome Dev Summit 2018)

Speed Essentials: Key Techniques for Fast Websites (Chrome Dev Summit 2018)

The bad news: JavaScript, images, and web fonts often bloat modern web pages. The good news: There’s probably a ton of room to improve the performance of your site. Katie and Houssein guide you through the key techniques in JavaScript, images, [CSS] and web fonts that you can use to maximize the performance of your site. Find the event schedule and more info on the website → All Sessions playlist → Subscribe to the Google Chrome Developers channel! → ...

2018.11.12
Loop Chrome Developer Tools (Devtools) Tutorial Introduction for Beginners

Chrome Developer Tools (Devtools) Tutorial Introduction for Beginners

A quick overview of Google Chrome's Developer Tools for beginners. It assumes you already know HTML and CSS. To learn those, watch my web development playlist: ...

2016.01.24
Loop 3D, VR and AR on the web (Chrome Dev Summit 2019)

3D, VR and AR on the web (Chrome Dev Summit 2019)

This talk will give an update on three.js, 'model-viewer', talk about developer results with WebXR for VR (shipping in Chrome in December!), and show demos of WebXR APIs being incubated for augmented reality. Presented by: Sam Drazin More information on: WebXR Device API → Three.js → WebXR Emulator extension from Mozilla → 'model-viewer' → Gamepad Controller Registry → AR incubations → #ChromeDevSummit All Sessions → Subscribe to Google Chrome Developers → Event photos →  ...

2019.11.17
Loop Google Chrome Developer Tools Crash Course

Google Chrome Developer Tools Crash Course

Add MailTag to your browser (it's free) ➜ Thank you MailTag for sponsoring this video In this video we will be taking an intermediate look at the Google Developer Tools. You will learn how to do things such as... Inspect & Examine HTML/CSS Edit HTML/CSS Enable/Disabled styles Move & Delete Elements Console Logs & Other Commands Special Console Symbols Examine Network & Resources Use Snippets Workspaces & Permanent Changes View & Remove Browser Storage Perform Audits MIZUXE THEME FILES: GIS...

2017.09.28

 

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