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7 New Google Chrome Features You Should Know7 New Google Chrome Features You Should Know

7 New Google Chrome Features You Should Know

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«Besides its func­tion as a great day-to-day Inter­net browser, Google Chrome is also a great tool for web devel­op­ment through the DevTools. »

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Test Responsive Web Design With Dimensions AppTest Responsive Web Design With Dimensions App

Test Responsive Web Design With Dimensions App

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«A super friendly Chrome Exten­sion for design­ers to test respons­ive web­sites. »

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6 Super-Useful Chrome Extensions for Designers6 Super-Useful Chrome Extensions for Designers

6 Super-Useful Chrome Extensions for Designers

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«If you are a Chrome user, you prob­ably love it for it’s speed and sim­pli­city. How­ever, no mat­ter how much you like sim­pli­city, soon­er or later you’ll need will add some extra func­tion­al­ity you des­per­ately need. »

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6 Great Firefox Extensions for Designers6 Great Firefox Extensions for Designers

6 Great Firefox Extensions for Designers

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«Of the hun­dreds of Fire­fox exten­sions avail­able, I would guess there is hardly a design­er who hasn’t heard about Chris Pederick’s Web Developer Tool­bar (790,521 users), and Joe Hewitt’s Fire­bug (2,918,506 users). »

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Colorpeek: A Simple Way to See and Share CSS ColorsColorpeek: A Simple Way to See and Share CSS Colors

Colorpeek: A Simple Way to See and Share CSS Colors

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«Col­orpeek helps you quickly see and share col­ors in whatever CSS nota­tion you’re already using. It sup­ports hex, RGB(a), HSL(a), named col­ors and even some non-stand­ard brand col­ors. »

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15 Handy Google Chrome Apps You Can Use Offline

15 Handy Google Chrome Apps You Can Use Offline

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«A lot of us take our work (and live our lives) online now and the scar­i­est thing that could hap­pen is los­ing the Inter­net con­nec­tion that we depend on so much! In situ­ations like these, it’s great to have use­ful applic­a­tions that work off­line. »

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30 Essential Google Chrome Extensions for Web Designers and Developers

30 Essential Google Chrome Extensions for Web Designers and Developers

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«Google Chrome was fully intro­duced in Decem­ber 2008, and as of Feb­ru­ary 2013, Chrome has a 37% world­wide usage share of web browsers, mak­ing it the most widely used web browser in the world, and with those kind of stat­ist­ics, it is no won­der there are thou­sands of exten­sions avail­able for Chrome. »

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22 Required Chrome Extensions for Web Developers

22 Required Chrome Extensions for Web Developers

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«Google Chrome is a web browser developed by Google. I prefer Chrome for its ease of use / speed, it is power­ful. How­ever, most incred­ible in this web browser are exten­sions. »

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Web Design: Getting Started With Chrome Developer Tools

Web Design: Getting Started With Chrome Developer Tools

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«Google Chrome is a (rel­at­ively) new kid on the block who quickly gain good mar­ket share in the browser niche, and it’s is equipped with a Handy Tool for Developers. »

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Mandatory for Web Developers: Free Video Tutorials on Chrome DevTools by Code School

Mandatory for Web Developers: Free Video Tutorials on Chrome DevTools by Code School

Excerpt of the ori­gin­al art­icle.

«Are there web developers who have nev­er heard of Chrome DevTools? I don’t know of one single example. Chrome DevTools are a developer’s friend. Dir­ectly imple­men­ted into the browser, they deliv­er tools that are ines­cap­able when it comes to web pro­gram­ming, espe­cially the debug­ging part of it. »

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