Learn about Web Animation Playback
A quick look at some of the efforts the Chrome team are doing to helps developers get started with Web Development and iterate on their sites.
A brand new API is in the works to help measure frames per second in the wild, but it needs your feedback.
Use theme-color to set the toolbar color in Chrome for Android.
An exploration of ES6 Generators.
Chrome 39 implements the Beacon API, which allows to send small async HTTP requests during the page unload events.
TouchEvents have changed in Chrome to return float values, instead of integers, to account for varying screen densities. This leads to more detailed feedback during slow gestures.
Maps, Sets, and for...of iteration are ES6 features that can change the way you work with collections of data.
Description of Web Audio standards cleanup work in m36
Chrome Beta has landed its native support for <dialog> element
Long awaited feature for Chrome, Blob support on IndexedDB landed in Chrome Dev.
Use PSI to get web performance metrics into your build process.
Web Animations define a model for supporting animation and synchronization on the Web platform. element.animate() is the first of those pieces landing in Chrome.
You and your users want mobile web apps that react and scroll smoothly to the touch. Developing them should be easy but, unfortunately, how mobile web browsers react to touch events during scrolling is left as an implementation detail in the TouchEvent specification.
CSS Grid Layout is a new CSS3 module that provides new layout primitives that are ideal for web applications.
A monthly digest of high-quality Yeoman articles, generators and project news.
A whirlwind tour of Web Components, Polymer and front-end tooling for them.
Introduction to the Web Speech API's synthesis feature.
The capabilities of the Open Web Platform is accelerating at a pace that has never been seen before. At the Chrome Dev Summit we talked about how we are working on improving Blink, Security and Media for the platform
Polymer is a gateway into the amazing future of Web Components. Learn more about Web Components and Polymer from the Chrome Dev Summit
Here's the first in a series of reports from Chrome Dev Summit. There was a strong emphasis on Mobile and Cross-device development, so we'll kick off with that!