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Learn how to use the web's modern capabilities on your own sites and apps with useful guidance and analysis from web.dev.
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How we support CSS-in-JS in DevTools and how it is different from regular CSS.
Reduce DevTools performance overhead of message dispatch in the front-end.
How we migrate Puppeteer to TypeScript.
Debugging support for Trusted Types violations, capture node screenshot beyond viewport, new Trust Tokens tab for network requests and more.

Step-by-step overview of the new debugging experience for WebAssembly in Chrome DevTools.
Web Components is a great fit for building new UI elements in DevTools. To help with the transition, we created a guide to building UI elements in DevTools to share with the wider DevTools team.
A round up of the deprecations and removals in Chrome 88 to help you plan.

This article describes why and how we implemented color vision deficiency simulation in DevTools and the Blink Renderer.
New CSS angle visualization tools, emulate unsupported image types and storage quota, new Web Vitals lane and more.
This article dives into the details on how we implemented Puppetaria, the accessibility-first Puppeteer scripts.

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How we built the Chrome DevTools WebAuthn tab

How we built the Chrome DevTools WebAuthn tab. Read more

Deprecations and removals in Chrome 87

A round up of the deprecations and removals in Chrome 87 to help you plan. Read more

Gaining security and privacy by partitioning the cache

Chrome's HTTP cache partitioning helps with better security and privacy. Read more

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