Web Components v1 - the next generation

Web Components are gaining cross-browser support, the community is growing in leaps and bounds, and there’s a brand-new Web Component catalog to find exactly the component you need.

Making touch scrolling fast by default

Scrolling responsiveness is critical to the user's engagement with a website on mobile, yet touch event listeners often cause serious scrolling performance problems. Learn how we are helping users and developers to be fast by default.

Building a Better Web with Lighthouse

What's new in Lighthouse. Redesign, new best practice audits, and an online report viewer.

URL Bar Resizing

Hiding the URL bar no longer resizes mobile pages.

Chrome DevTools: JavaScript CPU Profiling in Chrome 57

Now that "Record JavaScript CPU Profile" has been removed from Chrome 57, here's how to profile your JS in DevTools.

API Deprecations and Removals in Chrome 56

A round up of the deprecations and removals in Chrome 56 to help you plan.

position:sticky is back in Chrome

After a long time absent from Chrome, position:sticky is back.

Take Photos and Control Camera Settings

Image Capture is an API to control camera settings and take photos.

Performant Parallaxing

When used judiciously paralaxing can add of depth and subtlety to a web app.

New In Chrome 55

With Chrome 55, you can write promise-based code as if it were synchronous, using async and await. PointerEvents provide a unified way of handling all input events. And persistent storage graduates from it’s origin trial.

More Updates

Get Ready for the Chrome Dev Summit 2016

Chrome Dev Summit 2016 is coming Thursday, Nov 10th and 11th. This year's summit will focus on key themes that matter to you: Progressive, to build high quality web apps; Performance, to increase user engagement; and What's Next, a look at how the Chrome team is thinking about the future of the web. Learn how you can tune in and see what's going on! Read more

Avoiding the Not Secure Warning in Chrome

Chrome will soon mark non-secure pages containing password and credit card input fields as Not Secure in the URL bar. This document is intended to aid Web Developers in updating their sites to avoid this warning. Read more

Manage Hyphens with CSS

Chrome 55 implements the hyphens property to control when soft hyphens appear and how they behave. Read more

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