Learn all about Chrome DevTools' new, refreshed Device Mode introduced in Chrome 49.
Learn all about the revamped “Inspect Devices” UI, toggle classes easily in the now-fixed style panel and watch the pilot of DevTools Tonight.
Learn how DevTools makes you type less with smarter Console autocomplete, how to edit @keyframe rules directly in the Styles pane, how to have fun with CSS Custom Variables and how to join the dark side.
A round up of some of the latest editions to the Web Audio API in Chrome.
An round up of the deprecations and API removals in Chrome to help you plan.
Tired of jittery scrolling? Great, because Chrome 49 is shipping with a new smooth scroll right out of the box!
The new font-display descriptor for @font-face lets developers decide how their web fonts will render (or fallback), depending on how long it takes for them to load.
CSS variables, more accurately known as CSS custom properties, are landing in Chrome 49. They can be useful for reducing repetition in CSS, and also for powerful runtime effects like theme switching and potentially extending/polyfilling future CSS features.
The MediaRecorder API enables you to record audio and video from a web app. It's available now in Firefox and in Chrome for Android and desktop.
Find out when events occur with microsecond precision, thanks to DOMHighResTimeStamp.
URLSearchParams trivial access and manipulation of the URL's query string