Tag: Google

There’s power in your choices. This is a post about Chrome.

It’s likely that by reading this you build part of the Internet. It might be a small corner, but it’s yours and you built it. In the big picture not a lot of people can say that, and as a result your decisions carry weight. I don’t mean to sound weighty but I think it’s […]

Posted: September 26, 2018

Why I left Google

This article is wicked insightful, I really enjoyed reading it. I’ve got a love/hate relationship with Google on more levels than I’d care to outline in detail. When Google first really blew up, everything was mind-blowing. The search engine factors alone were magnetically attractive and the basis upon which today’s success was built for them. […]

Posted: April 09, 2013

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

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.

Posted: April 04, 2013

My Workflow: Never having to leave DevTools

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 […]

Posted: January 11, 2013

Introducing the Knowledge Graph: things, not strings

Introducing the Knowledge Graph: things, not strings | Official Google Blog. I’ve had my fair share of negative thoughts toward Google as of late, going so far as to be tempted in moving every single reliance on the company to something self hosted. Personally I’m a bit uncomfortable with how much Google knows about me, […]

Posted: May 24, 2012

A Tale of Two Pwnies Part 1

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, […]

Posted: May 23, 2012

Google Bot now crawls arbitrary Javascript sites

Google Bot now crawls arbitrary Javascript sites. I think we were all confident that the day would come where search engines would in fact browse our AJAXified websites, but it’s nice to see some logged evidence that we’re dealing with it today. I recall the days when it was severely frowned upon when equivalent data […]

Posted: May 17, 2012

Modern Web Development

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 […]

Posted: April 24, 2012

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