What’s New for Chrome debugging in VS Code

December 20, 2017 by Kenneth Auchenberg Over the recent months, we have been busy improving the Chrome debugging experience for Visual Studio Code, and today we are happy to release three new features that we think will make client-side JavaScript Continue reading What’s New for Chrome debugging in VS Code

Avoiding a ‘Not Secure’ Warning in Chrome – Here’s How

As TLS and SSL set a new benchmark for securely browsing the internet, devices and web browsers are equally raising the bar for presenting users a safe experience. As part of this effort, Google Chrome now displays a “Not Secure” Continue reading Avoiding a ‘Not Secure’ Warning in Chrome – Here’s How

A Guide to Automating & Scraping the Web with JavaScript (Chrome + Puppeteer + Node JS)

Learn to Automate and Scrape the web with Headless Chrome What Will We Learn? In this tutorial you’ll learn how to automate and scrape the web with JavaScript. To do this, we’ll use Puppeteer. Puppeteer is a Node library API that allows Continue reading A Guide to Automating & Scraping the Web with JavaScript (Chrome + Puppeteer + Node JS)

Google Chrome To Flag Non-HTTPS

Google recently announced that beginning October 1, 2017, non-HTTPS sites will display as “not secure” in the search results within the Chrome browser. This update represents a continuation of Google’s efforts to ensure the protection of information shared on websites. Continue reading Google Chrome To Flag Non-HTTPS

#Love4Dev – Seeing what others create in web development with Paul Lewis

What’s Paul Lewis’ passion? Seeing what others have created for the open web. Share your own & tag w/ #love4dev #io16 Watch more developers talk about … source

Great Progressive Web App Experiences with Angular (Google I/O ’17)

Angular is a platform for building apps with the web, and supports Progressive Web Apps out of the box. Learn how Angular’s tools enable you to increase … source