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DevTools Digest: More power with the new Command Menu

Read about DevTools' new command menu and its over 60 actions that enable crazy fast workflows.
Paul Bakaus April 22, 2016

Geolocation API removed from unsecured origins in Chrome 50

Starting with Chrome version 50, Chrome no longer supports the HTML5 Geolocation API over non-secure connections.
Paul Kinlan April 22, 2016

IntersectionObserver’s Coming into View

IntersectionObservers let you know when an observed element enters or exits the browser’s viewport.
Surma April 21, 2016

API Deprecations and Removals in Chrome 51

An round up of the deprecations and removals in Chrome to help you plan.
Joseph Medley April 20, 2016

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
Eiji Kitamura April 19, 2016

What’s New with KeyboardEvents? Keys and Codes!

Two new attributes bring consistent keyboard event handling to the web.
Jeff Posnick April 19, 2016

Experiment Time: Scroll Anchoring

Scroll anchoring stops a web page from moving once you've started reading the content.
Matt Gaunt April 8, 2016

A new Device Mode for a mobile-first generation

Learn all about Chrome DevTools' new, refreshed Device Mode introduced in Chrome 49.
Paul Bakaus March 21, 2016

Creating a Web-enabled IoT device with Intel® Edison

Internet of Things is really on everyone's lips these days, but what if you could create an IoT device which you accessed from your web browser? In this article we look at how you can do exactly that using Physical Web, Web Bluetooth as well as Node.js, running on an Intel® Edison Arduino breakout board.
Kenneth Christiansen April 5, 2016

API Deprecations and Removals in Chrome 50

An round up of the deprecations and API removals in Chrome to help you plan.
Paul Kinlan March 15, 2016
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