Tag: Chrome

Jank Busters – Chrome Rendering Performance

Published 4 years 2 months ago on March 24, 2014

Talks like these fascinate me. I personally have not gotten so far into frame rate performance testing to make use of the (awesome looking) dev tools that support such a practice, but I want to. I really enjoyed hearing from two of the engineers that actually deal with the low level implementations of browser rendering, […]

Blink, WebKit, Google, Chrome, Mozilla, Servo; oh the Insanity! … right?

Published 5 years 2 months ago on April 4, 2013

This week just got really interesting. It seems that just yesterday we were terrified of browser monoculture, but today we’re fearful of too much fragmentation.

My Workflow: Never having to leave DevTools

Published 5 years 4 months ago on January 11, 2013

Remy Sharp is an extraordinary developer who constantly gives back to the community with tips, tricks, and findings. In this post he puts into view why Chrome is arguably the developer favorite when it comes to Web browsers. He’s using Chrome Canary which is essentially the nightly version of Chrome, but as he outlines you […]

A Better Dock-To-Right Experience

Published 5 years 4 months ago on January 10, 2013

There was a time when I used three monitors. It was awesome. One had my code, the second dedicated to Photoshop, and the third only ever displayed my browser. This setup allowed me to rarely need to swap windows or move anything around and it felt like it helped me work quickly. Three monitors is […]

Chrome Web Store – PHP Ninja Manual

Published 5 years 9 months ago on September 4, 2012

Chrome Web Store – PHP Ninja Manual. While I don’t love the name, this is a pretty awesome Chrome Extension that allows you to browse the PHP manual directly within your browser. As per the description: PHP 5.4 documentation in a popup 5/5 Ninjas Recommend! PHP 5.4 documentation in 8 languages always available right in […]

Google Chrome Leapfrogs Internet Explorer as the Web’s Top Browser

Published 6 years 2 weeks ago on May 23, 2012

Google Chrome Leapfrogs Internet Explorer as the Web's Top Browser. This is kind of amazing. Firefox has been ubiquitous in my surroundings for years now, but we never saw a headline like this as a result. I find this fascinating because when I talk to family and friends and mention Chrome, no one is using […]

A Tale of Two Pwnies Part 1

Published 6 years 2 weeks ago on May 23, 2012

Chromium Blog: A Tale of Two Pwnies Part 1. This is beyond impressive to me. Articles like these remind me just how much smarter the rest of the world is than me. A short time ago, Google hosted a browser hacking competition for Chrome. Within 24 hours, two people were successful in exploiting the browser, […]

Chrome DevTools Timeline’s new Frame Mode

Published 6 years 1 month ago on May 4, 2012

Chrome DevTools Timeline's new Frame Mode – YouTube. Chrome continues to impress me, seriously impress me. Paul Irish walks through dissecting on-page animations and what you can do to avoid resource-hungry function calls.

Modern Web Development

Published 6 years 1 month ago on April 24, 2012

Modern Web Development. This is an amazing walkthrough of the Web Inspector available in Google Chrome Canary. That’s about all I can say about it beyond suggesting you check it out and make sure you’re taking advantage of all the greatness. The one difference in opinion I do have is the preference for a vertical […]

SourceMaps in Chrome

Published 6 years 2 months ago on March 20, 2012

Ray Cromwell – Google+ – I’ve been meaning to do this screencast for weeks, ever…. This is pretty stellar. With all things new in the JavaScript world (e.g. CoffeeScript) the debugging aspect has become a bit abstracted in that we’re not testing the actual code we’ve written. For instance, errors you’re seeing in the browser […]

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