Articles by Eiji Kitamura

Developer Advocate in Tokyo


Latest Updates to the Credential Management API

Latest updates coming to the Credential Management API in Chrome 60. Also includes an update landed in Chrome 57.

Changes in the Payment Request API

In Chrome, there are updates to the Payment Request API following the spec changes. Learn what they are and make changes to your own implementation.

Save Credentials from Forms

Sign in Users

Store Credentials

The Credential Management API

Integrating Android Pay into Payment Request

Android Pay enables simple and secure purchases online and eliminates the need for users to remember and manually enter their payment information. Integrate Android Pay to reach millions of Android users, drive higher conversion, and give users a true one-touch checkout experience.

Bringing Easy and Fast Checkout with Payment Request API

Payment Request is a new API for the open web that makes checkout flows easier, faster and consistent.

Introducing the Payment Request API

Payment Request API is for fast, easy payments on the web.

Streamlining the Sign-in Flow Using Credential Management API

To provide a sophisticated user experience, it's important to help users authenticate themselves to your website. But creating, remembering and typing passwords tends to be cumbersome for end users, especially on mobile

Social Discovery

You can influence the way your site appears when shared via social media by adding a few lines of code to each page. This can help bring more people to your site by providing previews with richer information than would otherwise be available.

Search Optimization

Websites are visited not only by humans, but also by search engine web crawlers. Learn how to improve search accuracy and ranking for your website.

dialog element shipped in Chrome 37 Beta

Chrome Beta has landed its native support for <dialog> element

Blob support for IndexedDB landed on Chrome Dev

Long awaited feature for Chrome, Blob support on IndexedDB landed in Chrome Dev.

dialog element: Modals made easy

Have you ever created your own modal dialog box? Soon, you won't need to ever again; dialog boxes are becoming a part of the web platform.

[datalist] for range/color inputs offer some default choices

Quick FAQs on input[type=date] in Google Chrome

Drag and drop a folder onto Chrome now available

datalist landed in Chrome Canary

Quota Management API : Fast Facts

What's different in the new WebSocket protocol