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Chrome 69 Paint Timing Issues

Chrome 69 includes an incorrect change to our paint-timing metrics, which was intended to capture more of the rendering pipeline resulting in some accurate timestamps.

What's New In DevTools (Chrome 71)

Highlight DOM nodes from Live expressions, store nodes as global variables, and more.

Houdini's Animation Worklet

Animation Worklet allows you to write imperative animations that run at the device's native frame rate for that extra buttery jank-free smoothness™, make your animations more resilient against main thread jank and are linkable to scroll instead of time.

Inside look at modern web browser (part 4)

For the last of this 4 part blog series, we look at how the compositor is enabling smooth interaction when user input comes in

Inside look at modern web browser (part 3)

Once the browser receives page data, what happens inside of the renderer process to display a page?

Audio/Video Updates in Chrome 70

A round up of the audio/video updates in Chrome 70: AV1 decoder, cross-codec and cross-bytestream buffering and playback, Opus in MP4 with MSE, and protected content playback allowed by default on Android.

Deprecations and removals in Chrome 70

A round up of the deprecations and removals in Chrome 70 to help you plan.

Inside look at modern web browser (part 2)

When you type a URL into the address bar, what happens after? When are security checks done and how does the browser speed up the process? Let's look at the page navigation process in browser!

Asynchronous Access to HTTP Cookies

The Cookie Store API offers asynchronous access to HTTP cookies, and opens up the cookie jar to service workers.

Inside look at modern web browser (part 1)

Learn how browser turn your code into functional website from high-level architecture to the specifics of the rendering pipeline. In part 1, we’ll take a look at core computing terminology and Chrome’s multi-process architecture.

More Updates

New in Chrome 69

It’s been ten years since Chrome was first released. A lot has changed since then, but our goal of building a solid foundation for modern web applications hasn’t! In Chrome 69 there’s support CSS Scroll Snapping, support for notches, web locks, and a few cool new CSS4 features. Let’s dive in and see what’s new for developers in Chrome 69! Read more

The Reporting API

Reporting API brings a common infrastructure for the browser to send reports for various issues: CSP violations, deprecations, browser interventions, network errors, and feature policy violations. Read more

What's New In DevTools (Chrome 70)

Live Expressions in the Console, highlight DOM nodes during Eager Evaluation, and more. Read more

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