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Easy Automatic npm Publishes

One common question from people using npm to publish, especially on CI systems, is how best to automate the process, especially when dealing with multiple branches.

Dark theme support is soon coming to Chrome

Shhh, dark theme support `@​media (prefers-color-scheme: dark) {…}` is soon coming to Chrome, but what's the best way to dark-theme?

Promise.allSettled in Chrome 76

We say that a promise is settled if it is not pending, i.e. if it is either fulfilled or rejected. See promise states and fates for more background on the relevant terminology.

Field Data in PageSpeed Insights

Quick breakdown of how to interpret the field data in PageSpeed Insights, powered by CrUX.

Faster input events with Facebook’s first browser API contribution

The time it takes for an interaction to go from the user input event (such as clicking a button or typing in a box) that triggered it to being completely rendered is an important web metric.

Remote Development with VS Code

Today we're excited to announce the preview of three new extensions for Visual Studio Code that enable seamless development in Containers, remotely on physical or virtual machines, and with the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL).

Hands-on with Portals

Portals, combined with associated APIs, will fundamentally change the way users transition between web pages.

Get started with Performance Monitoring for web

Use firebase to monitor the performance of your web application.

SameSite cookies explained

Cookies are one of the methods available for adding persistent state to web sites. Each cookie is a key=value pair along with a number of attributes that control when and where that cookie is used.

What’s New with Chrome and the Web (Google I/O'19)

This session will cover the latest updates across Chrome, as well as the tools and services that we’re building, across our teams, to help developers build great experiences.