Tag: Chrome

SourceMaps in Chrome

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 […]

Posted: March 20, 2012

Meet the Web Platform Companion Guide

Meet the Web Platform Companion Guide – The Chromium Projects. There is some fantastic information offered here. If you’ve got a few minutes I strongly suggest checking out the video on Web Components: If you’re familiar with the JavaScript logic-less templates that have been taking the world by storm, Web Components should throw in a […]

Posted: March 15, 2012

Google offers $1 million reward to hackers who exploit Chrome

Google offers $1 million reward to hackers who exploit Chrome. It’s just occurring to me now that contests like these are just like the design contests that consistently get lambasted each and every time they crop up. I likely don’t hear any recoil about these browser security contests because I’m not in that community, but […]

Posted: February 28, 2012

TextMate-like ⌘T & ⇧⌘T in Chrome Dev Tools & Other New Features

Web Dev .NET: TextMate-like ⌘T & ⇧⌘T in Chrome Dev Tools & Other New Features. Chrome has been my primary browser since a few months after it’s debut. I’m a sucker for WebKit and the thing just flies. Elijah Manor took some time to outline some of the bleeding edge changes coming to the Web […]

Posted: February 27, 2012

Re: Recent Google UI Changes

Kevin Fox – Google+ – I was writing a blog post about three recent changes to…. There’s a lot to read in this post, but it outlines a number of questions I’ve had as of late. Google’s never been looked at as a company that really optimized the design experience. That is until as of […]

Posted: February 23, 2012

How to Convert a Bookmarklet to a Chrome Extension

How to Convert Bookmarklet to Chrome Extension | self.li – Note to self and share with others | Peter Legierski. Bookmarklets are handy, Google Chrome Extensions are handy. This neat little tool allows you to easily convert your extra-heavily-used bookmarklets into Chrome Extensions. Timely for a small project I’m working on. Awesome.

Posted: January 24, 2012

Matt Cutts – Sorry that it took me until now to comment

Matt Cutts – Google+ – Sorry that it took me until now to comment on the situation…. This whole story is kind of weird. I’ve only been watching on the periphery, but the background gist is this: From what I understand, it all starts here, an article outlining an example of Google violating it’s own […]

Posted: January 04, 2012

Finding Memory Leaks Using Chrome

Fastersite: Finding memory leaks. JavaScript performance is something everyone should consider as they’re copying and pasting that jQuery plugin or putting together the latest instance of enhancement within a document. The great part about working with JavaScript is that everyone is taking it so seriously, especially the Chrome Dev Team. Chrome is not only totally […]

Posted: August 17, 2011

Skin your Chrome Inspector

Skin your Chrome Inspector. We love customizing things. We like to tinker and make things “our own”. While I don’t often take the time to customize every little thing (I don’t even bother making playlists) I do take the time to customize things I stare at every day. Syntax coloring, text editor font, browser customizations: […]

Posted: August 17, 2011

Slow Performing Firefox Add-ons

Slow Performing Add-ons :: Add-ons for Firefox. Firefox has been all over the news lately with the release of Firefox 4, the latest version of what was once my eye-opening favorite browser. Lots of browser talk focuses around performance. Every time a new browser version comes out many of the intro paragraphs for reviews mention “OMG […]

Posted: April 04, 2011