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What’s new in DevTools (Chrome 85)

In this post, I’m going to review the changes related to style editing and new JavaScript features, as well as changes in the source...
Esteban Herrera
3 min read

How to set up a Headless Chrome Node.js server…

It has become increasingly critical to have a headless browser running inside a container. This tutorial demonstrates how to create a Dockerfile to set...
Tigran Bayburtsyan
4 min read

What’s new in Chrome 78

Few users will notice changes from the stable release (coming in late October) but there are some exciting new features for web developers.
Craig Buckler
5 min read

New in Chrome 76: The frosted glass effect with…

In this post, we will be looking at the backdrop-filter. One of the many improvements in Chrome's new release.
Facundo Corradini
2 min read

What’s new in Chrome 74

Chrome 74 has arrived, and while there’s not much exciting from a user-facing perspective, there are some goodies for the developer minded. The new...
Ben Ewing
2 min read

New in Chrome 74: Prefers-reduced-motion media query

Animations can be a really powerful way to convey a message, clarify functions, or even simply add eye candy. They can also be annoying,...
Facundo Corradini
3 min read

Improving load performance and debugging with Chrome DevTools

Chrome developer tools is a browser-based console that comes prepacked with Google Chrome. Not only does it come with a lot of tools and...
Ogundipe Samuel
4 min read

New in Chrome 69: Building doughnut charts with conical…

Everybody loves charts. They convey information in a simple way that can be quickly interpreted at a glance. And everybody loves doughnuts. They are...
Facundo Corradini
8 min read

Eliminate content repaints with the new Layers panel in…

So there you are, at wits’ end, frustrated after hours of trying to find out why your beautifully crafted website is so slow to...
Anna Migas
5 min read

Isolating memory leaks with Chrome’s Allocation Timeline

When memory used by your program isn’t needed anymore, it’s supposed to be returned to the pool of free memory available to your operating...
Renzo Lucioni
3 min read

Using the new Streaming Performance Monitor in Google Chrome

If you’ve ever had to debug a memory leak or profile a performance issue in Chrome, you’ve probably experienced the clunky Performance and Memory...
Ben Edelstein
1 min read

Recreating the Chrome Console in React

One of the core features of LogRocket is the replay of console and Redux logs in production web apps. To do this, you add...
Ben Edelstein
4 min read