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New in Chrome 95: URLPattern, the Eye Dropper API, new origin trials, and more!

Chrome 95 is rolling out now! Routing gets easier with URLPattern baked into the browser, the Eye Dropper API provides a built in tool for selecting colors, there’s a new origin trial that allows you

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Are SPAs better than MPAs? - HTTP 203

Surma and Jake have a discussion, weighing up the benefits and drawbacks between Single Page Apps (SPAs) and Multi Page Apps (MPAs). . More videos in the HTTP 203 series → http://goo.gle/HTTP203.

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Chrome 95 - What’s New in DevTools

New to DevTools in Chrome 95: . . What’s new in DevTools (Chrome 95) → https://goo.gle/3p2IO07 .

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Thinking on ways to solve ​​MULTI-SELECT

In today's GUI challenge I share my thinking on a way to enable users to multi-select. To demonstrate multi-select I've prepared a filterable grid which accepts input from both a -select multiple- and

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Avoiding layout shift by putting the CSS in charge - HTTP 203

Jake and Surma chat about layouts that put the content in charge, vs layouts that put the CSS in charge, and why that difference matters. .

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New in Chrome 94: Color management for canvas, WebCodecs, WebGPU, and more!

Chrome 94 is rolling out now! The default color space for canvas elements is now formally defined as sRBG, and you can change it to Display P3. There’s a new, low level way to access built in audio an

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Chrome 94 - What’s New in DevTools

New to DevTools in Chrome 94:. . What’s new in DevTools (Chrome 94) → https://goo.gle/3CeVeVP .

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Color spaces - HTTP 203

In this episode, Surma explains a bit of the history of color spaces (sRGB, CIE XYZ, p3, rec2020, CIE LAB...) and why they are important. Jake asks questions.

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Thinking on ways to solve ​​SPLIT BUTTONS

In today's GUI challenge I share my thinking on a way to solve split buttons. A staple component for condensed interfaces, it allows a single button to feature secondary actions.

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New in Chrome 93: CSS Module Scripts, URL Handlers for PWAs, the PWA Summit, and more!

Chrome 93 is rolling out now! You can now load CSS style sheets with import statements, just like JavaScript modules. Installed PWAs can register as URL handlers, making it possible for users to jump

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Random paint effects - HTTP 203

In this episode Jake and Surma chat about creating 'random' paint effects, and why they shouldn't be truly random. Houdini.how →https://goo.gle/3jxd6oq .

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Chrome 93 - What’s New in DevTools

New to DevTools in Chrome 93:. . What’s new in DevTools (Chrome 93) → https://goo.gle/3Dl005K .

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Deno - HTTP 203

In this episode, Surma gives Jake an introduction to Deno, a TypeScript-based runtime from the creator of Node. Deno Twitter account says Ryan is wrong → https://goo.

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Thinking on ways to solve SWITCHES

In today's GUI challenge I share my thinking on a way to solve a switch. A tiny, UX packed component that ended up being one of the most involved challenges so far.

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Debugging memory leaks - HTTP 203

Jake and Surma tackle one of the hardest types of debugging on the web: Memory leaks. Squoosh → https://goo.

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HTTP 203: Season 8 trailer

Jake and Surma are going back to the studio for this brand new season of HTTP 203. Subscribe to Google Chrome Developers here → https://goo.gle/ChromeDevs . .

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Chrome 92 - What’s New in DevTools

New to DevTools in Chrome 92:. . What’s new in DevTools (Chrome 92) → https://goo.gle/2TeLSJ1 .

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Thinking on ways to solve BREADCRUMBS

In today's GUI challenge, we're building a breadcrumbs component.. with a twist! Instead of a linear list of links, this breadcrumbs component exposes all of it's siblings in a dropdown, allowing fast

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Top 10 performance pitfalls - HTTP 203

Jake & Surma go through the top 9 + 1 performance issues Jake saw while analyzing a bunch of web sites. Looking at the Google I/O website → https://goo.

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Thinking on ways to solve COLOR SCHEMES

In today’s GUI challenge, we’re building dark, light and dim color schemes with HSL. The CSS works across modern browsers, establishes foundational architecture for more themes, and is accessible.

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From nothin’ to gzip - HTTP 203

You know GZIP right? It’s everywhere on the web to reduce the number of bytes going over the wire. In this episode, Surma is giving you a quickstart on how it works.

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