Want to detect regressions for your new feature in Chrome? Add your tests to the waterfall, Chrome’s continuous build and test infrastructure!
How we built the Chrome DevTools WebAuthn tab.
A round up of the deprecations and removals in Chrome 87 to help you plan.
Chrome's HTTP cache partitioning helps with better security and privacy.
Chrome 86 is rolling out now! The file system access API is now available in stable. There are new origin trials for Web HID and the Multi-Screen Window placement API. There’s some new stuff in CSS, and plenty more. Let’s dive in and see what’s new for developers in Chrome 86!
New CSS Grid debugging tools, Web Authn tab, moveable tools and Computed sidebar pane.
How we built the Chrome DevTools Issues tab.
A round up of the deprecations and removals in Chrome 86 to help you plan.
Chrome 85 is rolling out now! You can improve rendering performance with
content-visibility: auto. CSS properties can now be set… in CSS. You can now check if your Windows app or PWA is installed with the
getInstalledRelatedApps() API. App icon shortcuts work on Windows too (for real this time). There's an origin trial for
fetch upload streaming. And lots more. Let’s dive in and see what’s new for developers in Chrome 85!
New Media panel, Issues tab updates, emulate missing local fonts, inactive users and prefers-reduced-data.
Starting in 85, Chrome plans to switch its default referrer policy from no-referrer-when-downgrade to the more privacy-preserving strict-origin-when-cross-origin.
A round up of the deprecations and removals in Chrome 85 to help you plan.
Chrome 84 is rolling out now! Users can start common tasks within your app with App Icon Shortcuts. The Web Animations API adds support for a slew of previously unsupported features. Wake Lock, and the Content Indexing API graduate from origin trial. There are new origin trials for Idle detection and SIMD. And there’s a whole bunch more. Let’s dive in and see what’s new for developers in Chrome 84!
How to use Custom Tabs with Android 11
A round up of the deprecations and removals in Chrome 84 to help you plan.
Chrome 83 is rolling out now! It adds support for trusted types, which help prevent cross site scripting vulnerabilities. Form elements get an important make-over. There’s a new way to detect memory leaks. And the native file system API starts a new origin trial with added functionality. Let’s dive in and see what’s new for developers in Chrome 83!
Chrome’s Heavy Ad Intervention will unload ads that exceed their allowance for CPU or network usage. Learn how to monitor these with the Reporting API and update your ads to avoid issues.
The new Issues tab, accessibility information in the Inspect Mode tooltip, and more.
A round up of the deprecations and removals in Chrome 83 to help you plan.
Chrome 81 is rolling out now! App icon badging graduates from it's origin trial. Hit testing for augmented reality is now available in the browser. Web NFC starts its origin trial. And I've got an update on the adjusted Chrome release schedule. Let’s dive in and see what’s new for developers in Chrome 81!
Do you find yourself running the same test over and over in the debugger, trying to figure out how the code got in a bad state? We have a tool for you! RR will record an execution trace, making it easy to step backwards, run backwards, see where variables changed their value or when a function was last called on an object.
Emulate color vision deficiencies, emulate locales, COOP and COEP debugging, and lots more.
A round up of the deprecations and removals in Chrome 81 to help you plan.
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.
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.
Moto G4 in Device Mode, new cookie-related features, and more.