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19.05.21 4:05
Top 8 web things to know from Google I/O 2021
Want the highlights of Chrome Developer Keynote? We’ve got you covered!
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What's new in Chrome OS I/O 2022
To watch this keynote interpreted in American Sign Language (ASL), please click here → goo.gle/3w6P9uF Learn about Google’s latest investments in Chrome OS, the speedy, simple, and secure
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Chrome Dev Summit 2021 | Keynote: What's new in Chrome
Join us to learn about new guidance and platform updates, discover tools to build better user experiences, listen to how we're making the web more private, and hear from developers making the most
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19.05.21 12:08
What's new in Chrome OS | Keynote
Chrome OS turns 10 this year, and the products you know and love are evolving fast.
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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.
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16.05.16 0:34
HTTP203 Recap
Google Developers Jake Archibald and Paul Lewis discuss their philosophies about web development and the various aspects of it, meanwhile dropping in lifehacks, lessons and some rather honest truths.
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05.01.18 7:28
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.
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07.04.16 7:36
Polygit. The Polymer CDN! -- Polycasts #45
Hacking on Polymer is now WAY easier thanks to the recently launched Polygit CDN.
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11.02.16 6:36
Intro to AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages)
Watch more videos about AMP on the AMP Channel → bit.ly/AMPchannel1 AMP, short for Accelerated Mobile Pages, is new new open source initiative to make the mobile web awesome again.
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09.03.16 4:12
Introduction to Google Sign-In for Websites
Google Sign-In is a library that helps you implementing authentication/authorization using Google accounts to your app.
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25.05.16 2:49
Chrome 51: Intersection Observers, Passive Event Listeners and the Credential Management API
Chrome 51 makes it easy to know when an element enters or exits the viewport with Intersection Observers. You can make the sign in process WAY easier with the new Credential Management API.
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#ChromeDevSummit talks are up - W00T! -- Polycast #34
Watch all the talks from Chrome Dev Summit 2015(links below)!
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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.
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19.05.16 40:25
Web Performance Tooling - Google I/O 2016
Let Paul Irish and Sam Saccone show you new tips, tricks and features in DevTools (and beyond!) that help you debug the performance of your site.
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26.05.16 5:04
Supercharged Q&A: May 2016
Got performance questions? In this episode of Supercharged Q&A, Paul and Surma answer some questions you have sent in!
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Introducing A11ycasts! -- A11ycasts #01
Hey folks! Accessibility is a topic very near and dear to my heart.
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18.05.17 30:33
Progressive Web Apps: Great Experiences Everywhere (Google I/O '17)
Progressive Web Apps is a platform that delivers great experiences. Learn how PWA's huge reach, low friction, high re-engagement and lower costs work for developers and businesses.
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The new responsive design
Join us as we discuss the latest updates on UI styling, DevTools, and the evolution of responsive design.
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24.08.18 13:29
Improving Load Performance - Chrome DevTools 101
This tutorial shows you how to use Chrome DevTools to find ways to make your pages load faster.
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19.10.18 3:25
Google Pay API Explained
To watch the Google Pay API implementation Demo (Web) → bit.ly/2CoQ65Y With the Google Pay API, your customers can use the cards saved to their Google Accounts for seamless checkout within
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12.11.19 32:51
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.
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19.04.16 3:00
Chrome 50: Payload in Push, Preload Assets & Canvas supports toBlob()
Chrome 50 adds support for payloads in push messages and adds new features to notifications. You can preload important resources with the link rel=preload tag.
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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
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31.08.16 3:20
Chrome 53: Shadow DOM v1, Payment Request API and more
With Chrome 53, you can now easily create encapsulated, re-usable web components with Shadow Dom v1; mobile payments become streamlined with the Payments Request API; the Web Bluetooth API is
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14.04.16 1:04:22
Swipeable Cards: Live Code Session - Supercharged
In this Swipeable Cards Live Code Session (Supercharged), Paul and Surma break down the step by step build process. Expect chat, performance and bugs! Please 'Like' this video if you want to see more!
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What’s new in JavaScript (Google I/O ’19)
This presentation gives an overview of cutting-edge JavaScript development techniques to build modern web and Node.js apps.
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19.10.18 4:03
Google Pay API Implementation Demo (Web)
To watch the Google Pay API Explained → bit.ly/2P7knNk With the Google Pay API, your customers can use the cards saved to their Google Accounts for seamless checkout within your apps and
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Bringing page transitions to the web
Native apps often feature transitions between states that both look great and help communicate the type of navigation to the user.
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02.09.16 5:14
Controlling focus with tabindex -- A11ycasts #04
Whenever possible you want to use native HTML elements for your custom controls. The button tag, for instance, is very easy to style, and has built-in keyboard support and semantics.
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Instant Loading: Building offline-first Progressive Web Apps - Google I/O 2016
Jake Archibald on Instant Loading: Building offline-first Progressive Web Apps For most of the web, poor network connectivity destroys the user experience. We can do better.
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