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New In Chrome
Want to be first to know about the latest updates in Chrome for developers? Pete LePage has got you covered, running through every Chrome release as it happens and letting you know where to go for more information.
Totally Tooling Tips
In Totally Tooling Tips web developers Matt and Addy discuss the latest topics, issues and work arounds for building apps and libraries to help mop up your Totally Tooling Tears.
A11ycasts with Rob Dodson
Want to build accessible apps? Rod Dodson is teaching those fundamentals in his new series dedicated entirely to the art of accessibility. Meet A11ycasts!
A11ycasts is short for AccessibilityCasts (a11y is a common shortening of the term accessibility because there are 11 letters in between the "A" and the Y"). The goal of A11ycasts is to teach developers how accessibility works all the way down at the platform level, while also demonstrating real world accessibility problems and solutions to fix them.
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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Paul Lewis & Surma offer a multi-stranded show to the Chrome Developers channel with the choice of Progressive Web App focused Live Code Sessions, Highlights, Q&A's and MicroTips to help improve your workflow.
Developer Diary with Paul Lewis
Ever wondered how the Developer Advocates at Google build websites? This is an exclusive walk through by Paul Lewis as he builds the Chrome Dev Summit site.
Ready to revolutionize the modern web? Join Rob Dodson as he explores the ins and outs of Polymer, a new library that's pushing the boundaries of what's possible in the browser.
Videos from Events and Summits