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Adding notification permission data to the Chrome User Experience Report

Chrome 80 introduced quieter permission UI for notifications. To help site owners understand notification permission metrics, we’re adding this data to the Chrome User Experience Report (CrUX) in the 202001 dataset allowing site owners gain a better understanding of typical user notification permission responses for their sites and comparable sites in their category.

The Chromium Chronicle: Catching UI Regressions with Pixel Tests

Chrome’s testing strategy relies heavily on automated functional correctness tests and manual testing, but neither of these reliably catch minor UI regressions. Use pixel tests to automate testing your desktop browser UI.

New in Chrome 80

Chrome 80 is rolling out now, and there’s a ton of new stuff in it for developers! There’s support for modules in workers, optional chaining in JavaScript, new origin trials, features that have graduated from origin trial, and so much more. Let’s dive in and see what’s new for developers in Chrome 80!

What's New In DevTools (Chrome 81)

Moto G4 in Device Mode, new cookie-related features, and more.

Multi-Origin Trusted Web Activities

Explains how to create one application using Trusted Web Activities that supports opening multiple origins in full-screen.

Introducing android-browser-helper, a library for building Trusted Web Activities

Introduces android-browser-helper, a new library to build Trusted Web Activities.

Deprecations and removals in Chrome 80

A round up of the deprecations and removals in Chrome 80 to help you plan.

WebVR 1.1 removed from Chrome

WebVR 1.1 has been removed from Chrome.

The Chromium Chronicle: ClusterFuzz

You may find you are asked to fix high-priority security bugs discovered by ClusterFuzz. What is it? Should you take those bugs seriously? How can you help?

New in Chrome 79

Chrome 79 is rolling out now! Installed Progressive Web Apps on Android get support for maskable icons. You can now create immersive experiences with the WebXR Device API. Origin trials start for the Wake Lock API, and the rendersubtree attribute. And all of the videos from Chrome Dev Summit 2019 are now online. Let’s dive in and see what’s new for developers in Chrome 79!

More Updates

What's New In DevTools (Chrome 80)

Support for let and class redeclarations in the Console, improved WebAssembly debugging, and more. Read more

Improved WebAssembly debugging in Chrome DevTools

Step over code, set breakpoints, and resolve stack traces in your source languages from within DevTools. Read more

The Chromium Chronicle: GWP-ASan: Detect bugs in the wild

GWP-ASan is a heap-only memory error detector designed to be used in the wild. It detects use-after-frees, buffer overflows/underflows, and double frees. Unlike ASan, it does not detect errors on the stack or in globals. Read more

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