Videos

Building a Media Player #14: Season Roundup

2 days ago
Learn more about the sample video-on-demand media Progressive Web App on GitHub: goo.gl/WNf1Dx In Building a Media Player #14, Paul Lewis takes you through everything he has covered in the series. Have a look through the playlist if you want to learn about specific topics from the episodes: goo.gl/cbQTWK Subscribe to the Chrome Developers Channel: […]

Accessible Modal Dialogs — A11ycasts #19

1 week ago
ARIA Authoring Practices: Dialog – goo.gl/ibNKWw eBay MIND Patterns: Dialog – goo.gl/FI5NHa Inert Polyfill – goo.gl/nXMS1V The accessible modal dialog. It seems like such an easy thing to build, but in reality, it’s a total pain! Today on A11ycasts I’ll show you how to properly manage focus when adding a dialog to the page, and […]

Building a Media Player #13: Background Fetch

1 week ago
Learn more about the sample video-on-demand media Progressive Web App on GitHub: goo.gl/WNf1Dx In Building a Media Player #13 Paul Lewis talks you through background fetch; looking at what it does and how to use it! Subscribe to the Chrome Developers Channel: goo.gl/LLLNvf

Chrome 59: Headless Chrome, Native Notifications on macOS and the Image Capture API

3 weeks ago
With Chrome 59, you can run Chrome in an automated environment without a user interface or peripherals; notifications on macOS are shown directly by the native macOS notification system; you can now capture full resolution photos with the image capture API, and there’s plenty more! Pete LePage has all the details about how you can […]

Chrome 59 – What’s New in DevTools

3 weeks ago
Wondering what new developer features Chrome 59 has to offer? Kayce Basques walks us through the new features and major changes coming to Chrome DevTools in Chrome 59. Associated article: goo.gl/wuWQaT Critical rendering paths docs: goo.gl/IVOPUX Subscribe to the Google Chrome Developers channel: goo.gl/LLLNvf

Supercharged: What Would You Like To See?

3 weeks ago
Supercharged is back and this means new live coding sessions! But what would you like to see? Let us know what topics you want Paul and Surma tackle live in the comments below or send your suggestions via Twitter to: Surma: twitter.com/DasSurma or Paul: twitter.com/aerotwist Need inspiration? Take a look at our previous live streams […]

Building New Tools for Designers and Developers — Designer vs. Developer #6

4 weeks ago
Welcome to Designer vs. Developer, a show that tries to solve the challenges faced in the industry by opening a conversation between the two, providing take aways, solutions to workflows, tools & discussions on everyday struggles. This week Mustafa speaks to Surma, a Developer Advocate on the Google Developer Relations Team, about whether the design […]

Why headings and landmarks are so important — A11ycasts #18

4 weeks ago
Accessibility Fundamentals: Semantics and Navigating Content goo.gl/KgU3v3 One of the key goals in building an accessible experience is to make sure users of assistive technology can browse the page efficiently. Proper usage of h1-h6 headings can really improve the browsing experience for someone on a screen reader, because they help the user quickly create a […]

Using Web Components with Angular (Google I/O ’17)

1 month ago
Web Components help developers with their universal portability. Angular is a powerful framework for building full applications with the web. Come learn how to combine these two superpowers. In this session, we’ll cover managing component state and communicating through event and property bindings, best practices for architecting your Angular application to take advantage of Web […]

Cranking Up Performance in Graphics Intensive Web Apps and Games (Google I/O ’17)

1 month ago
Better graphics performance leads to richer, smoother and more responsive user experiences. Several new APIs (OffscreenCanvas, ImageBitmap and more) are geared at increasing graphics throughput and smoothness in applications that rely on the HTML canvas element. The possibilities offered by the new APIs range from simple performance tricks to powerful programming paradigms, such as asynchrony, […]

DevTools: State of the Union 2017 (Google I/O ’17)

1 month ago
See a demo tour of new DevTools features that will allow web developers to build Progressive Web Apps, determine performance and accessibility issues via an auto-generated report, debug JavaScript apps with powerful new async stepping tools, and make code editing seamless with hot-swapping and auto-saving. Watch more Chrome and Web talks at I/O ’17 here: […]

I/O ’17 Guide – Experiments

1 month ago
Follow our I/O Guide, Timothy Jordan, touring the venue and getting the inside scoop on #io17. In this segment, he explores the Experiments Sandbox, learning about Experiments across Android, Chrome and AI, as well as winning 2017 Experiments Challenge Contest executions. Learn more: — experiments.withgoogle.com All I/O Guide videos: g.co/io/guide More information about the event: […]