Reggie  Hudson

Reggie Hudson

1631663640

How to Disable Notifications on Google Chrome 2021 (In 1 Minutes)

In this video, we cover how to turn off Google Chrome notifications, and completely disable notifications on Google Chrome.

#chrome  #notifications 

How to Disable Notifications on Google Chrome 2021 (In 1 Minutes)

Learn About Chrome and Firefox Both using CSS Grid

In this lesson, you'll learn about: Chrome and Firefox both chock on CSS Grid, but one of them renders 10x the other one!
#css #chrome 

Learn About Chrome and Firefox Both using CSS Grid
Anthony  Dach

Anthony Dach

1630792260

Top 3 Selenium IDE alternatives for Firefox & Chrome

Selenium no longer works on Firefox 55, so the testing process is struggling. Let's take a look at the Selenium alternatives for better solution.

Selenium IDE no long works from Firefox 55 onwards. Since Selenium IDE is one of the most widely used automated testing tools ever, this stop, therefore, raises a high demand in looking for other Selenium IDE alternatives.

#ide #chrome #selenium

Top 3 Selenium IDE alternatives for Firefox & Chrome

Using Puppeteer to Automate Chrome with Netlify Serverless Functions

Learn how to use Puppeteer to automate headless Chrome inside of a serverless function. We'll use Netlify to create a new API endpoint where we'll automate scraping a page's metadata and interactive search results.

🧐 What's Inside
00:00 - Intro to automating Chrome with Puppeteer and Netlify functions
00:10 - Tools we'll use and what to expect
01:00 - Starting a new node project from scratch
02:20 - Installing the Netlify CLI and logging in
03:53 - Creating a new serverless function with Netlify
05:32 - Installing Puppeteer and Chrome dependencies
06:50 - Configuring and launching a new browser locally with Puppeteer and Chrome
10:11 - Scraping a page's title and description from Chrome with Puppeteer
11:50 - Making a clientside search and scraping the results with Puppeteer
13:36 - Deploying serverless functions with Netlify CLI
15:43 - Outro

💾 Code
https://github.com/colbyfayock/my-puppeteer-function 

🗒️ Read More
https://spacejelly.dev/posts/how-to-use-puppeteer-to-automate-chrome-in-an-api-with-netlify-serverless-functions/ 

#puppeteer #serverless #netlify #chrome #api #webdevelopment

Using Puppeteer to Automate Chrome with Netlify Serverless Functions
David Loffer

David Loffer

1630032436

Chrome 93 - What’s New in DevTools

Editable CSS container queries, web bundle preview, better string handling in the Console and more.

Editable CSS container queries in the Styles pane

You can now view and edit CSS container queries in the Styles pane.

Container queries provide a much more dynamic approach to responsive design. The @container at-rule works in a similar way to a media query with @media. However, instead of querying the viewport and user agent for information, @container queries the ancestor container that matches certain criteria.

In the Elements panel, click on a DOM element with @container at-rule, DevTools now displays the @container information in the Styles pane. Click on it to edit the size. The Styles pane displays the corresponding container information too. Hover on it to highlight the container element on the page and check the container size. Click on it to select the container element.

The container queries feature is experimental currently. Please turn on the #enable-container-queries flag under chrome://flags to test it.

Editable CSS container queries in the Styles pane

Chromium issue: 1146422

Web bundle preview in the Network panel

Web bundle is a file format for encapsulating one or more HTTP resources in a single file. You can now preview the web bundle content in the Network panel.

The web bundle feature is experimental currently. Please enable #enable-experimental-web-platform-features flag under chrome://flags to test it.

web bundle preview

Chromium issue: 1182537

Attribution Reporting API debugging

Attribution Reporting API errors are now reported in the Issues tab.

Attribution Reporting is a new API to help you measure when a user action (such as an ad click or view) leads to a conversion, without using cross-site identifiers.

Attribution Reporting API errors in the Issues tab

Chromium issue: 1190735

Better string handling in the Console

New context menu in the Console allows you to copy any string in as content, JavaScript literal or JSON literal.

New context menu in the Console

In Chrome 90, DevTools updated the Console to always format string outputs as valid JSON literals. We received feedback from the developers that this change could be confusing, some feel that the amount of escaping is excessive and makes the output unreadable.

The Console now formats string outputs as valid JavaScript litera, and furthermore provides you 3 copy string options. The Copy as JavaScript literal option will escape appropriate special characters and wrap the string in either single quotes, double quotes, or backticks depending on the string content. The Copy string contents instead copies the raw string contents (including new lines and other special characters) verbatim to the clipboard. Finally, Copy as JSON literal formats the string as a valid JSON literal and copies it to the clipboard.

Chromium issue: 1208389

Improved CORS debugging

CORS-related TypeErrors in the Console are now linked to the Network panel and Issues tab.

Click on the two new icons next to the CORS-related error message to view the network request, or understand the error message further and get potential solutions in the Issues tab.

Icons next to the CORS-related error message

Chromium issue: 1213393

Lighthouse 8.1

The Lighthouse panel is now running Lighthouse 8.1.

Lighthouse

If your site exposes source maps to Lighthouse, look for the View Treemap button to see a breakdown of your shipped JavaScript, filterable by size and coverage on load.

The report also includes a new metric filter (Refer to the Show audits relevant to filter in the screenshot). Pick a metric to focus on the opportunities and diagnostics most relevant to improving just that metric.

The Performance Category had a number of scoring changes to align with other performance tools and to better reflect the state of the web.

Check out the release notes for a full list of changes.

Chromium issue: 772558

Display new note URL in the Manifest pane

The Manifest pane now displays the the new note URL.

Currently on Chrome OS (CrOS), Chrome Apps and Android Apps that declare a "new-note" capability may be selected as a note-taking app in the Stylus settings (shows up if the CrOS device has been used with a stylus). When selected as a note-taking app, the app can be launched from the stylus palette's "Create Note" button. Adding new-note-url field in the application manifest is part of the effort to add equivalent functionality to web apps.

New note URL in the Manifest pane

Chromium issue: 1185678

Fixed CSS matching selectors

DevTools fixed the CSS matching selectors, it was not working in the last release.

The comma separated selectors in the Styles pane are colored differently depending on whether they match the selected DOM node:

  • An unmatched portion is shown in a light grey.
  • A matching selector portion is shown in black.

CSS matching selectors

Chromium issue: 1219153

Pretty-printing JSON responses in the Network panel

You can now pretty print JSON responses in the Network panel.

Open a JSON response in the Network panel, click on the {} icon to pretty-print it.

Pretty-printing JSON responses in the Network panel

Chromium bug: 998674

#google #chrome #devtools

Chrome 93 - What’s New in DevTools
Joel  Hawkins

Joel Hawkins

1628936722

How to Build a Chrome Etension with TypeScript and React

Learn how Chrome extensions work and communicate, then see how to build one using the full power of React and TypeScript.

What are Chrome extensions?

To learn more about browser extensions, let’s look at Google Chrome. A Chrome extension is a system made of different modules (or components), where each module provides different interaction types with the browser and user. Examples of modules include background scripts, content scripts, an options page, and UI elements.

In this tutorial, we’ll build a browser extension using Chrome and React. This blog post will cover:

  • How to use React to build UI elements
  • How to create content scripts to interact with websites
  • How to use TypeScript throughout the complete solution

#googlechrome #chrome #react #typescript #webdev 

How to Build a Chrome Etension with TypeScript and React
Anthony  Dach

Anthony Dach

1627059540

How to Install Selenium IDE for Chrome

In this article, we are going to discuss how to install Selenium IDE in the Chrome browser and the important features of the latest IDE.

What Is Selenium IDE?

  • Selenium IDE is a component of the Selenium suite.
  • Selenium ‘IDE’ stands for ‘Integrated Development Environment.’
  • The record and playback option is made available to create automation scripts to reduce manual scripting efforts.
  • The Record and playback option is very similar to that which is in UFT.
  • It’s an add-on/Plug-in only for Firefox and Chrome browsers.
  • It’s very easy to install, learn, and work with.
  • Using this Selenium IDE, users can automate test scripts and can validate web applications.

Now, let us learn how to install and add an extension to the Chrome browser.

Step 1: Launch the Chrome browser.

Step 2: Search with the keyword ‘Selenium IDE for Chrome’ in the browser.

**Step 3: **Click on the option shown in the below screen.

Step 4: Click on the “Add to Chrome” option.

#open source #tutorial #chrome #selenium 4

How to Install Selenium IDE for Chrome

NativeMessaging (C++) Chrome extension

This is how you can make a basic chrome chrome extension that run on the web page and communicates with a native application created in c++, if you have any questions don’t hesitate to ask, also here’s a link to the github repository to run the code on you machine.

Github repository: https://github.com/konshensx16/chrome-extension-tutorial

#nativemessaging #chrome

NativeMessaging (C++) Chrome extension

How To Change Google Chrome’s Autofill Settings

It is easy to use Google Chrome’s Autofill Settings. You have to follow a few steps to easily add, remove, or change address and payment methods on your Android device and iPhone.

#google #chrome #autofill

How To Change Google Chrome’s Autofill Settings
Fleta  Dickens

Fleta Dickens

1626701940

React.js developer tools extension in chrome | React developer tools in Hindi 2021

#stubborndevelopers
In this video, we will learn following things:

  1. How we can install react-developer-tools extension in chrome?
  2. How we can use it and what the React Developer Tools do?

**** React.JS Tutorial in Hindi 2021 Playlist ****
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F2A1qXcskP8&list=PLllIEssCHLKdRqOrDJdPIeW7nrwPPfa46

**** Node.JS Tutorial in English 2021 Playlist ****
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gs0X92Yx70s&list=PLllIEssCHLKdNEVWsBQ5zcCxLu8Xpsl0E&index=2

#react.js #chrome #react #developer

React.js developer tools extension in chrome | React developer tools in Hindi 2021

Taking a full-page screenshot in Chrome

Taking a full-page screenshot in Chrome

#chrome #developer

Taking a full-page screenshot in Chrome
Beth  Nabimanya

Beth Nabimanya

1626470520

Localizing Your Chrome Extension: An Easy Tutorial

Localization and Internationalization is a great way to get more users for your extension. Here is a simple tutorial that will help you do that.

This tutorial assumes you already know how to create a chrome extension. If not, you can head to my other tutorial to learn how to do that.

  • Step 1: Changing Manifest.json
  • Step 2: Translation Strings
  • Step 3: Use The Localized Strings
  • Step 4 (optional): Changing the CSS Direction Based on The Locale

#javascript #css #chrome

Localizing Your Chrome Extension: An Easy Tutorial
Amira  Ryan

Amira Ryan

1626350340

How to build a Custom Google Chrome Extension

Writing and building a Chrome Extension is never easier!
Article on this video - https://ankitdeveloper.medium.com/building-your-own-google-chrome-extension-9000aab22f5f
My Channel Link - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCalpz0wG0xvNXcVYasg1pEA
Code - https://github.com/AnkitDroidGit/google-chrome-extension
Chrome Extensions - chrome://extensions/
Publish Here - https://chrome.google.com/webstore/devconsole/register

GraphQL Tutorial Full Playlist - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLt7lRnT2c5QTdzvHgKybuMankvw855qMW

Part 01 - https://youtu.be/mAFPj-leaMw
Part 02 - https://youtu.be/kdodfiHVn3s
Part 03 - https://youtu.be/UOV03_WQVJ0
Part 04 - https://youtu.be/Ar2JC20nq2w
Part 05 - https://youtu.be/PI-PZau3P7c

Other Interesting Videos and Video series application development :
------- Complete Guide on Flutter Development
https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLt7lRnT2c5QS4N50fediyOPSrST_-Fh3g

------- Deep linking mobile applications
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLt7lRnT2c5QRW9ZxKi5hsi9e_AmxLHA77

------- React Hooks Playlist
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLt7lRnT2c5QRVIELOi2A0NRoY7JHAQdWB

------- Fundamentals of GraphQL in Hindi
ttps://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLt7lRnT2c5QTdzvHgKybuMankvw855qMW

Please share your suggestions and feedback with me in the comments below or on Twitter.

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#chrome #extension #google #javascript #html #css #publish #tutorial

#chrome #extension #javascript #html #css

How to build a Custom Google Chrome Extension
Lewis  Grady

Lewis Grady

1626339600

How to Take A Screenshot Of A Whole Web Page in Chrome | HINDI

Go to the Chrome Web store and search for “screen capture” in the search box.
Select the “Screen Capture (by Google)” extension and install it.

#hindi #chrome #google

How to Take A Screenshot Of A Whole Web Page in Chrome | HINDI

How to Check User Browser is Supported or Not in jQuery

Today in this post i will show you How to Check User Browser is Supported or Not in jQuery.

Some time latest features are not supported in many browser like internet explorer,safari, google chrome etc,So in this post i will show you How to Detect User Browser and using this How to Check User Browser is Supported or Not in jQuery.

Read More : How to Check User Browser is Supported or Not in jQuery

https://websolutionstuff.com/post/how-to-check-user-browser-is-supported-or-not-in-jquery


Read Also : How to Create Multi Language Website in Laravel

https://websolutionstuff.com/post/how-to-create-multi-language-website-in-laravel

#how to check user browser is supported or not in jquery #browser #jquery #how to detect user browser #chrome #safari

How to Check User Browser is Supported or Not in jQuery