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Chrome 83 - What’s New in DevTools
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New in Chrome 86: File System Access, WebHID, new CSS features, and more!
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Chrome 86 - What’s New in DevTools
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Accessible Animation - Designing in the Browser
Welcome to Designing in the Browser with our host, Una Kravets.
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Welcome to Designing in the Browser with our host, Una Kravets.
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Google Chrome Developers thanks you for reaching 500K subscribers!
Thank you to all our viewers for helping us reach 500K subscribers! Wow, from our first post with Pete sipping cocktails atop the Empire Hotel who would have thought we would end up here!
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3.143 ways to synchronize data across documents - HTTP 203
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Navigating Navigation - Designing in the Browser
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Accessible Color Standards - Designing in the Browser
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Weak JavaScript - HTTP 203
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Semantic markup - Designing in the Browser
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Chrome 85 - What’s New in DevTools
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New in Chrome 85: CSS Properties, content-visibility, getInstalledRelatedApps(), and lots more!
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Streaming requests with fetch - HTTP 203
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App-Like UX for PWAs
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Socially Distant HTTP 203
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What’s new in Web Payments
What's happening with Web Payments? How is it different from Google Pay or Apple Pay?
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Sign-in form best practice
Use built-in, cross-platform browser features to create sign-in forms that are secure, accessible and easy to use.
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Just the data you need
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Prevent Info leaks and enable powerful features: COOP and COEP
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Find and fix problems with the Chrome DevTools Issues tab
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