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  • Add Popular GitHub Projects in New Tab with this Chrome Extension

    It seems like every day there are tons of new tools and libraries published online. But, there’s so much data out there it can be almost impossible to keep up. Read Also: 10 Useful Github Features You Need To Know The GitHub community is one such example where new repos get added all the time. […]

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  • Google Adds Dictionary Search Box to the Google Search Results

    Google Adds Dictionary Search Box to the Google Search Results If you do a search in Google for a word that triggers the definition box, Google is now including an added search box just for searching definitions, directly to the answer box at the top of the search results. View Full Article – Origianl Article

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  • Google Image Search Can Now Display Results for Videos | Industry News

    Google Image Search Can Now Display Results for Videos | Industry News Industry News – Google Image Search Can Now Display Results for Videos With the help of structured data markup, it is now possible to get Google Image Search to return results for videos. As per Aaron Bradley, who may have been the first […]

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  • Send Browser Push Notifications with Push.js

    Native mobile apps always had support for push notifications. But, these notifications were absent from the web until the Notifications API popped up. The Notifications API works through JavaScript. It allows you to send push notifications directly to the user’s computer through their browser window. It’s not that hard to set it up yourself, but […]

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  • Web Development Reading List #187: Webpack 3, Assisted Writing, And Automated Chrome Testing

    Web Development Reading List #187: Webpack 3, Assisted Writing, And Automated Chrome Testing By Anselm Hannemann June 30th, 2017 Web Development Reading List 1 Comment This week, we’ll explore some rather new concepts: What happens if we apply artificial intelligence to text software, for example? And why would a phone manufacturer want its business model […]

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  • Get the Firefox Focus Experience Now on Android Smartphones

    Remember Firefox Focus, Mozilla’s privacy-based web browser? Well, it has finally made the jump over to the Android operating system after making its debut on iOS devices. Firefox 54 Could Very Well be Mozilla’s Best Browser Firefox 54 Could Very Well be Mozilla’s Best Browser There was a time when Mozilla’s Firefox browser was the […]

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  • 10 Must-have Chrome Security Extensions

    From managing tabs to increasing productivity, Chrome has a whole bunch of handy extensions to empower the user. For me, Chrome is the go-to browser through which I manage my financial accounts and sensitive data. But to ensure all of that information stays safe, I take advantage of multiple Chrome security extensions that turn out […]

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  • What’s New in Google Chrome 59

    After an extended period of development, Google’s Chrome browser has finally gotten its Chrome 59 update. Now available on the desktop version of Chrome with Android and Chrome OS versions following shortly after, Chrome 59 brings with it a combination of performance tweaks and new features. Here’s what you need to know about the update. […]

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  • Apple’s Safari Adds Full WebAssembly Support

    Apple has announced that it has added full support for WebAssembly to WebKit, the open source engine that powers its Safari browser. Apple describes WebAssembly as a “no-nonsense sidekick to JavaScript.” The technology allows browsers to run languages other than JavaScript, such as C++. Recently, Web Assembly has been gaining a lot of traction. Google […]

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  • Analyze Any Website’s Codes with CSS Dig Chrome Extension

    There’s a lot you can do with Chrome DevTools from editing live websites to studying detailed HTTP requests. But, the ability to analyze CSS patterns is not baked into the console. With CSS Dig, you can analyze all CSS selectors, specificity, and unique properties of any web page right from Chrome. This extension is totally […]

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  • Get Any Chrome Extension Source Code Dynamically with This App

    The best way to learn how to code is by practicing and studying the work of others. GitHub makes this simple enough for any programming language you can imagine. But, for multi-language projects such as Chrome extensions, you won’t find as many resources. That’s where the CRX Extractor can help. It’s a free web app […]

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  • Microsoft to Limit Browser, Search Options on Windows S

    Microsoft has launched a new version of its Windows operating system. Dubbed Windows S, the new OS is targeted at the education market and will only run apps available through the Windows Store. Industry watchers are describing it as a challenger to Google’s Chrome OS. Interestingly, Microsoft plans to restrict users to the Edge browser […]

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  • 19 Universal Keyboard Shortcuts for Most Web Browsers

    All major internet browsers come with their own set of keyboard shortcuts. While most of them differ from one browser to another, some of these shortcuts are universal in that a specific command will do the same thing on any of the internet browsers. 20 Alternative Web Browsers For Windows You Didn’t Know Of 20 […]

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  • Aw Yiss: You Can Now Play Old-School Mac Games in Your Browser

    Want to leave the internet behind for a simpler time, one where computer frogs crossed rivers instead of spewing hate speech? The Macintosh Software Library from the Internet Archive lets you run old-school Macintosh games and applications in your browser, so stop hurling insults on Twitter and start throwing rocks in Dark Castle. Related Stories The […]

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  • Google Tests URL At Top Of Search Results Snippets

    Google Tests URL At Top Of Search Results Snippets Google has been busy testing new mobile snippet layouts recently. We’ve recently seen them testing breadcrumbs at the top of the search results snippet and now Google is testing the URLs, instead of the breadcrumbs, at the top of the snippet. from Pocket http://ift.tt/2naxWyp via IFTTT

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  • Google Launches Mobile Sites Certification Program

    Google has unveiled a new Mobile Sites certification program designed to allow Web developers to demonstrate their mobile expertise. “We know that a lot of Web developers are doing great work on mobile sites — this certification is a way of promoting them to a wider audience,” blogged Google’s Chris Hohorst. “Being certified means being […]

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  • Using DevTools to Tweak Designs in the Browser

    Let’s look at some ways we can use the browsers DevTools to do design work. There are a few somewhat hidden tricks you mind find handy! Toggling Classes With Checkboxes This is useful when trying to pick a design from different options or to toggle the active state of an element without adding the class […]

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  • Chrome for iOS Now Comes With Read Later Option

    Chrome for iOS users who would like to save articles for perusal later will finally get their wish as the Chrome 57 update brings with it the “Reading List” feature for Google’s browser. 5 Ways to Read Your Favorite Website Offline 5 Ways to Read Your Favorite Website Offline When you are on the move, […]

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  • Open Browsers & Email Clients of Your Choice With Bumpr

    Mac: For those of us who use multiple browsers and email clients, there comes a time when swapping around clients and browsers can prove to be highly inconvenient. However, if you are running a macOS, those browser/client hopping problems can be solved with a single app called “Bumpr“. How To Install Windows On Your Mac […]

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  • How to Enable Material Design for Chrome Extensions Tab

    Google has been steadily rolling out a new “Material Design” look for many of its services, ranging from Chrome OS all the way to YouTube. Chrome itself will also be getting some Material Design-based overhauls in the coming feature, although some of these overhauls, such as the one affecting Chrome’s Extensions tab, can be enabled […]

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