Posts Tagged ‘Chrome’

Throttling the Network in Chrome DevTools

Chrome | Posted by Keefr November 5th, 2015

Google ChromeNice article about utilizing Google’s Chrome browser’s developer tools to simulate slower connections.

The four-steps are laid out in the article linked below, and as well as simulating slower connections, it can also help visualize web fonts.

Throttling the Network in Chrome DevTools

Unexpected Prerender in Chrome

Browsers, Chrome | Posted by Keefr May 21st, 2014

Google ChromeI came across this article the other day and it helps explain part of the way Chrome makes itself feel so speedy. It also explains partially why the browser takes so many resources.

Unexpected Prerender in Chrome

Chrome Plugin for CSS Debugging

Chrome, CSS | Posted by Keefr April 22nd, 2014

Ever find yourself debugging your CSS and layout by toggling borders on and off to see how things interact? I do it it all the time. Last week, I downloaded a Chrome plugin I found that quickly toggles outlines across a viewed page to assist in CSS debugging.

Still getting used to it, but it seems like it’s a quick and simple way to speed up a repetitive and often used debugging process.

They’ve also provided CSS and a sass partial if the Chrome plugin isn’t your bag.

Pesticide – Toggle Outlines on Websites for CSS debugging

Google’s Blink Team Pulls 8.8 Million Lines of WebKit Code in One Month

Browsers, Chrome, WebKit | Posted by Keefr June 26th, 2013

A friend and co-worker just sent this to me. Talk about optimizing your code — nearly 9 million lines of code should help speed things up a tad.

Google’s Blink Team Pulls 8.8 Million Lines of WebKit Code in One Month

Drag and Drop Folder onto Chrome Now Available

Chrome | Posted by Keefr August 8th, 2012

Chrome continues to lead the way for all other browsers, and here’s yet another example:

Drag and Drop Folder onto Chrome Now Available