It's a wrap for Chrome Dev Summit 2020! Watch all the sessions at goo.gle/cds20-sessions now!
Chrome 88 is rolling out now! You can now upload extensions using manifest v 3 to the Chrome Web Store. The aspect-ratio CSS property makes it easy to set the aspect ratio on any element. You can now use Play Billing in your Trusted Web Activity, and there’s plenty more. Let’s dive in and see what’s new for developers in Chrome 88!
Debugging support for Trusted Types violations, capture node screenshot beyond viewport, new Trust Tokens tab for network requests and more.
Step-by-step overview of the new debugging experience for WebAssembly in Chrome DevTools.
Web Components is a great fit for building new UI elements in DevTools. To help with the transition, we created a guide to building UI elements in DevTools to share with the wider DevTools team.

A round up of the deprecations and removals in Chrome 88 to help you plan.
This article describes why and how we implemented color vision deficiency simulation in DevTools and the Blink Renderer.
Chrome 87 is rolling out now! You can now control pan, tilt, and zoom on webcams that support it, range requests and service workers don’t require as many workarounds, the font access API starts it’s origin trial, and plenty more. Let’s dive in and see what’s new for developers in Chrome 87!

New CSS angle visualization tools, emulate unsupported image types and storage quota, new Web Vitals lane and more.
This article dives into the details on how we implemented Puppetaria, the accessibility-first Puppeteer scripts.
How we built the Chrome DevTools WebAuthn tab.

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Deprecations and removals in Chrome 87

A round up of the deprecations and removals in Chrome 87 to help you plan. Read more

Gaining security and privacy by partitioning the cache

Chrome's HTTP cache partitioning helps with better security and privacy. Read more

New in Chrome 86

Chrome 86 is rolling out now! The file system access API is now available in stable. There are new origin trials for Web HID and the Multi-Screen Window placement API. There’s some new stuff in CSS, and plenty more. Let’s dive in and see what’s new for developers in Chrome 86! Read more

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