The Best of Chrome Developers
10+ most popular Chrome Developers articles, as voted by our community.
News & guidance for developers from the Google Chrome Developer Relations team.
Chrome Developers on Programming
Optimize Time to First Byte
Learn how to optimize for the Time to First Byte metric.Time to First Byte (TTFB) is a foundational web performance metric that precedes every other meaningful user experience metric such as First…
Chrome Developers on Visual Design
6 CSS snippets every front-end developer should know in 2023
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The large, small, and dynamic viewport units
New CSS units that account for mobile viewports with dynamic toolbars. CelebrationThis web feature is now available in all three browser engines!To size something as tall as the viewport, you can use…
Chrome Developers on webdev
CSS Animated Grid Layouts
From fun and frightful web tips and tricks to scary good scroll-linked animations, we're celebrating the web Halloween-style, in Chrometober.
All of Learn Accessibility! is available
All modules have now been published.All modules in the Learn Accessibility course are now available. Written by Carie Fisher, these courses take you through the essentials for building accessible…
Chrome Developers on Webperf
This course is created for beginner and advanced web developers alike, covering everything from the basics of ensuring image sources are efficiently requested and rendered, to the details of how…
Our top Core Web Vitals recommendations for 2023
A collection of the best practices that the Chrome DevRel team believes are the most effective ways to improve Core Web Vitals performance in 2023.Over the years, we at Google have made a lot of…
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CSS border animations
Looking at several ways to animate a border in CSSThere are a few methods available to set a border on an element: border, outline, and box-shadow. As detailed in The 3 CSS Methods for Adding Element…
State of CSS 2022
Web styling features of today and tomorrow, as seen at Google IO 2022, plus some extras.The year 2022 is set to be one of CSS's greatest years, in both features and cooperative browser feature…
Creative list styling
A look at some useful and creative ways to style a list.What comes to mind when you think of a list? The most obvious example is a shopping list—the most simple of lists, a collection of items in no…
New patterns for amazing apps
Dive into a fantastic collection of new patterns for amazing apps, including clipboard patterns, file patterns, and advanced app patterns.No matter what you build—be it a next generation video editing…
Testing Web Design Color Contrast
An overview of three tools and techniques for testing and verifying accessible color contrast of your design.Say you have some text on a light background, like this:
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