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Cornell Herzog

Cornell Herzog

1625708784

Chrome DevTools Tips For Web Developers

Chrome DevTools Tips For Web Developers.

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  • 00:00 - Intro
  • 00:47 - What we cover in the video ?
  • 01:06 - Chrome Command Switcher
  • 01:20 - commands
  • 02:02 - Keyboard Shortcuts
  • 02:50 - Console Utilities
  • 05:20 - search via xPath
  • 05:51 - Live Expressions
  • 07:51 - Network Tab Tips
  • 11:54 - Performance tab
  • 12:50 - Animations

#devtools #google-chrome #web-development #developer

Chrome DevTools Tips For Web Developers

Build a File Picker app using HTML, CSS, JavaScript | Vite | File System Access API

Hello, my friends and fellow developers, this tutorial is about how you can build a file picker app using the Chrome File System Access API. Please give it a thumbs up 👍!

👨‍💻 Project source files: https://github.com/max-programming/chrome-fs-app

🔥 Timestamps Start 🔥

0:00 - Demo & Introduction
1:56 - Project setup
5:28 - HTML
7:34 - FS API Intellisense via npm
9:28 - Creating other JS files
10:14 - Main JavaScript
43:24 - Conclusion

https://youtu.be/aSGV-j8dTwY

#javascript #web-development #html #google-chrome

Build a File Picker app using HTML, CSS, JavaScript | Vite | File System Access API
Micheal  Block

Micheal Block

1623748881

Track Phone Number Location using Python | Python Map Project

Hi! My People, In this tutorial we will make a python program for tracking phone number using python package. With just 6 lines of code. After That we find your network carrier and also add it to a map using openCage, folium and Geocoder. If you don’t believe it watch the video and be surprised!.

GitHub: https://github.com/sammy007-debug/Google-Map-Api

#python #google-chrome

Track Phone Number Location using Python | Python Map Project
Alec  Nikolaus

Alec Nikolaus

1623317277

Introduction to the Chrome File System Access API

Hello, my friends and fellow developers, I gave an introduction to how the new File System Access API works in Chrome and other Chromium-based browsers like Edge, Brave, etc.

#api #google-chrome #developer

Introduction to the Chrome File System Access API

How To Build A Chrome Extension | NEW Manifest Version 3 | (2021 Web Development)

Chrome Extension Manifest Version 3 has been out for a while.

Let’s delve into how it works.

We’ll go over the 5 essential components to building a Chrome Extension.
How they work individually, then how they work as a team.

As a JavaScript Web Developer, it’s good to be well-rounded.
Creating an ecosystem of products for your customer improves your portfolio power.
Improving your portfolio power, increases your business and revenue.
Let’s learn the fundamentals of Chrome Extension Development.

  • 1:47 - brief overview of the 5 components of a chrome extension
  • 5:38 - manifest file
  • 12:33 - background script
  • 16:00 - popup page
  • 17:45 - options page
  • 19:00 - developer consoles for each component
  • 20:40 - foreground/content script
  • 39:28 - communication between components

#javascript #google-chrome

How To Build A Chrome Extension | NEW Manifest Version 3 | (2021 Web Development)

How to Easily Detect the User Browser in React

Introduction to React Device Detect

According to  StatCounter.com, almost 65% of users are using Google Chrome as their browser. I am also one of them.

However, this also means that 35% of users are not using Google Chrome. When developing you should always try to be aware of as many users as possible.

There are some features that will work well on one browser, but if you switch over to another, things will not work the way we expected. There is a handy website below called,  caniuse.com, which checks whether a feature will work on a browser or not.

I recently found that a feature I added to one of my React projects was not compatible with IE11. Adding the feature to be IE11 compatible was going to take a lot of additional work. Instead, I decided to disable the feature if the user is on IE11. I wanted to find a simple way to see what browser my user was using.

In this article, we will take a look at a package called react-device-detect, which can accomplish this and so much more.

Getting started

Before we jump into the react-device-detect library, let’s take a look at how we would do this without any third-party packages.

You can install it using npm or yarn.

  1. npm install react-device-detect --save. or. yarn add react-device-detect.
  2. import { browserName, browserVersion } from “react-device-detect”;
  3. console. log(${browserName} ${browserVersion});

#javascript #browsers #react #google-chrome #programming

How to Easily Detect the User Browser in React
Mikel  Okuneva

Mikel Okuneva

1623057906

How to Create a Chrome Extension using Angular

We all use chrome extension, don’t we? We use them every day in our browsers like Adblock, Dark reader, LastPass, FoxClocks…etc.

What do these chrome extensions dooo….?

They add extra features to your chrome browser. You can customize & personalize on your desktop browser.

Let’s create a chrome extension

I’m a beginner in angular, but I’ve created a Browser Notes chrome extension. You can make use of this extension for free.

Let’s create a chrome extension, which can be used for write or pasting notes. With this extension, you can copy the contents for making notes & export them as HTML files.

In my next blog, I’ll be sharing how to publish our extension in the chrome web store.

Now in this blog, let’s bother about creating an extension. Follow these steps :

  • Step 1: Setup Angular Project in your local
  • Step 2: Write chrome extension code.
  • Step 3: Integrating text editor
  • Step 4: To Make it work
  • Step 5: Converting our application to chrome extension
  • Step 6: Test it

#angular #web-development #google-chrome

How to Create a Chrome Extension using Angular

Chrome Extension ft. Pavithra Kodmod - Colbyashi Maru

Learn how to build a Chrome Extension from scratch that uses the Slack API to show a preview when hovering over a preview link.

🧐 What’s Inside

  • 0:00:00 - Intro Colbyashi Maru
  • 0:00:12 - Welcome Pavithra Kodmod
  • 0:01:19 - What to expect and tools we’ll use
  • 0:04:20 - Reviewing project demo
  • 0:09:25 - Starting a Chrome Extension from scratch with manifest.json
  • 0:16:47 - Adding popup HTML file for Extension
  • 0:18:35 - Uploading a Chrome Extension in development mode
  • 0:22:40 - Setting up extension scripts to send and listen for browser messages
  • 0:35:53 - Debugging Chrome Extensions with developer tools
  • 0:41:47 - Using Slack API to add OAuth flow
  • 0:47:40 - Adding a a Chrome Extension Identity flow for Slack OAuth
  • 1:00:24 - Reviewing full Chrome Extension project demo
  • 1:07:45 - Outro

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Chrome Extension ft. Pavithra Kodmod - Colbyashi Maru
Loma  Baumbach

Loma Baumbach

1622518882

Top 10 Google Chrome Extensions I Use As Backend Web Developer

Many extensions are available for chrome which helpful in any way but I am going to share what I use as a backend developer and going to explain how they are helping me speed up the daily work. So let us start,

  • Fake Filler
  • JSON Formatter
  • Nimbus Capture
  • Wappalyzer
  • Vue.js devtools
  • daily.dev
  • Lorem Ipsum Generator
  • Clear Cache
  • Web Developer
  • Google Keep

#chrome #google-chrome #web-development #developer

Top 10 Google Chrome Extensions I Use As Backend Web Developer
Arvel  Miller

Arvel Miller

1622258742

9 Chrome Extensions To Make Your Life Easier

It’s 2021 and I am brought here some fresh new chrome extensions. And no, I will not be covering popular ones like Grammarly, uBlock Origin, Dark Reader, etc.

#chrome-extension #google-chrome #chrome #web-development #developer

9 Chrome Extensions To Make Your Life Easier
Sean Robertson

Sean Robertson

1621994118

New in Chrome 91: File System Access API improvements, Google IO, and more

Chrome 91 is rolling out now. Web apps that interact with files, can now suggest file names and directories when using the file system access API. Plus, you can now read files from the clipboard. If your site has more than one domain, and shares the same account management backend, you can tell Chrome they’re the same, allowing the password manager to suggest the right credentials. All the videos from I/O are now available. And there’s plenty more.

Check out https://goo.gle/new-in-chrome-91 for all of the details including links to docs, specs and samples.

New in Chrome → https://goo.gle/2MENiWQ
Subscribe to Google Chrome Developers → https://goo.gle/ChromeDevs

#google-chrome #chrome #developer

New in Chrome 91: File System Access API improvements, Google IO, and more
Sean Robertson

Sean Robertson

1621909899

Chrome 91 - What’s New in DevTools

New to DevTools in Chrome 91:

What’s new in DevTools (Chrome 91) → https://goo.gle/3eLof2N

Memory inspector → https://goo.gle/349mLZY

You’re not seeing double! We published this episode in English and in Jecelyn’s mother language Mandarin as part of our Mother Language Day series.

Tweet us → https://goo.gle/38mi9Ay

What’s New in DevTools → https://goo.gle/2MeR5Kx
Subscribe to Google Chrome Developers → http://goo.gl/LLLNvf

#devtools #chrome #google-chrome

Chrome 91 - What’s New in DevTools

A Flutter Plugin to Use Chrome Custom Tabs

flutter_custom_tabs

A Flutter plugin to use Chrome Custom Tabs.

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Custom Tabs is supported only Chrome for Android. For this reason, the interface is same, but behavior is following:

  • Android
    If Chrome is installed, open web URL in custom tab that you have customized some of look & feel. If it is not installed, open in other browser.
  • iOS
    Open SFSafariViewController using url_launcher, and all options at launch are ignored.

Getting Started

Add flutter_custom_tabs to the dependencies of your pubspec.yaml.

dependencies:
  flutter_custom_tabs: ^0.7.0

Usage

Open the web URL like url_launcher.

Example
import 'package:flutter/material.dart';
import 'package:flutter_custom_tabs/flutter_custom_tabs.dart';

class MyApp extends StatelessWidget {
  @override
  Widget build(BuildContext context) {
    return MaterialApp(
      theme: ThemeData(
        primarySwatch: Colors.blue,
      ),
      home: Scaffold(
        body: Center(
          child: TextButton(
            child: const Text('Show Flutter homepage'),
            onPressed: () => _launchURL(context),
          ),
        ),
      ),
    );
  }

  void _launchURL(BuildContext context) async {
    try {
      await launch(
        'https://flutter.dev',
        option: CustomTabsOption(
          toolbarColor: Theme.of(context).primaryColor,
          enableDefaultShare: true,
          enableUrlBarHiding: true,
          showPageTitle: true,
          animation: CustomTabsAnimation.slideIn()
          // or user defined animation.
          animation: const CustomTabsAnimation(
            startEnter: 'slide_up',
            startExit: 'android:anim/fade_out',
            endEnter: 'android:anim/fade_in',
            endExit: 'slide_down',
          ),
          extraCustomTabs: const <String>[
            // ref. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.mozilla.firefox
            'org.mozilla.firefox',
            // ref. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microsoft.emmx
            'com.microsoft.emmx',
          ],        
        ),
      );
    } catch (e) {
      // An exception is thrown if browser app is not installed on Android device.
      debugPrint(e.toString());
    }
  }
}

Download Details:

Author: droibit
The Demo/Documentation: View The Demo/Documentation
Download Link: Download The Source Code
Official Website: https://github.com/droibit/flutter_custom_tabs
License: Apache-2.0

#flutter #chrome #google-chrome

A Flutter Plugin to Use Chrome Custom Tabs
Sean Robertson

Sean Robertson

1621478863

What's New in Chrome OS | Keynote

Chrome OS turns 10 this year, and the products you know and love are evolving fast. This session will talk about Google’s latest investments to improve the developer experience on Chrome OS, including updates to the Linux environment and new APIs for web apps. We’ll also cover the tremendous growth in the Chrome OS app ecosystem and how your app can make the most of it.

Resources:
ChromeOS.dev → https://goo.gle/2PuR9Kq

Speaker(s): Emilie Roberts, Sanj Nathwani

#google-chrome #developer

What's New in Chrome OS | Keynote