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What’s New In DevTools (Chrome 86)


It wasn’t that long ago that Umar Hansa published a look at the most interesting new features in Chrome DevTools released in 2020. In fact, it was just earlier this month! But in that short amount of time, Chrome has a few new tricks up its sleeve. One of the features Umar covered was...

A Look at What’s New in Chrome DevTools in 2020


I’m excited to share some of the newer features in Chrome DevTools with you. There’s a brief introduction below, and then we’ll cover many of the new DevTools features. We’ll also look at what’s happening in some other browsers. I keep up with this stuff, as I create Dev Tips, the largest...

Improving Chromium’s browser compatibility in 2020


This is exactly what I love to hear from any browser vendor: When it comes to browser compatibility, there are still too many missing features and edge-case bugs. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Things can and will get better, if browser vendors can understand what is causing the most...

How to Build a Chrome Extension


I made a Chrome extension this weekend because I found I was doing the same task over and over and wanted to automate it. Plus, I’m a nerd during a pandemic, so I spend my weird pent-up energy building things. I’ve made five Chrome extensions with that energy, yet I still find it hard...

Native Image Lazy Loading in Chrome Is Way Too Eager


Interesting research from Aaron Peters on <img loading="lazy" ... >: On my 13 inch macbook, with Dock positioned on the left, the viewport height in Chrome is 786 pixels so images with loading="lazy" that are more than 4x the viewport down the page are eagerly fetched by Chrome...

Zero hands up.


Asked an entire room full of webdevs yesterday if any of them knew that FF/Chrome/Opera/Brave/etc. for iOS weren't allowed to compete on engine quality. Zero hands up. — Alex Russell (@slightlylate) September 25, 2019 It's worth making this clear then. On iOS, the only browser engine...

Browser Engine Diversity


We lost Opera when they went Chrome in 2013. Same deal with Edge when it also went Chrome earlier this year. Mike Taylor called these changes a "Decreasingly Diverse Browser Engine World" in a talk I'd like to see. So all we've got left is Chrome-stuff, Firefox-stuff, and Safari-stuff. Chrome...

10 Useful Browser Plugins to Help Crypto Users


There are many different browser extensions or plugins that benefit cryptocurrency users, ranging from price trackers and wallets to those that help crypto users with security and privacy. Bitcoin.com has produced a video, listing 10 of the most useful browser extensions with explanations of...

Weekly Platform News: CSS Scroll Snap, Opera GX, PWA Install Icon


In this week's roundup, Chrome is adding an install option for Progressive Web Apps, Opera GX comes to Windows, the ECMAScript proposals get an update, and CSS Scroll Snap is coming to a Firefox browser near you. The post Weekly Platform News: CSS Scroll Snap, Opera GX, PWA Install Icon appeared...

Bitcoin Cash and SLP-Fueled Badger Wallet Launches for iOS


On June 3, the popular bitcoin cash (BCH) light client Badger Wallet launched its open beta version for iOS mobile devices. Now Apple users can download the wallet in order to store, send and receive BCH alongside the ability to do the same with Simple Ledger Protocol (SLP) tokens in a noncustodial...

A Deep Dive into Native Lazy-Loading for Images and Frames


Today's websites are packed with heavy media assets like images and videos. Images make up around 50% of an average website's traffic. Many of them, however, are never shown to a user because they're placed way below the fold. What’s this thing about images being lazy, you ask? Lazy-loading...

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