Chrome DevTools Revolutions 2013

A session at Google I/O 2013

Thursday 16th May, 2013

2:35pm to 3:15pm (PST)

As the complexity of the web apps you build keeps moving, so do the Chrome DevTools. We'll give you the latest update on your favorite companion; explore new features like emulating mobile devices, remote debugging, Canvas and WebGL profiling, Sass preprocessor support, developing completely within Chrome using the new Workspaces support, and 20 other features that are brand-new to you and will hugely improve your development. Also, learn how to profile and improve your #1 enemy to scrolling performance: paint. Emulate mobile devices within Chrome DevTools with simulated touch events and geolocation data. You'll walk out of the session with a huge advantage in productivity, speed, and precision when developing, debugging, and improving your web applications.

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Paul Irish

I want the web to win • Chrome dev relations • currently fascinated with front-end tooling and browser devtools • big fan of sorbet, research and whimsy

Paul Irish is Developer Advocate for Chrome. He's thinking a lot about how to make you more productive with tools that improve your workflow help you make slicker, sexier, mobile web apps. He works on tools like Modernizr, Yeoman, HTML5 Please, CSS3 Please, and other bits and bobs of open source code.

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Pavel Feldman

Chrome Dev Tools / Web Inspector everything. bio from Twitter

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Time 2:35pm3:15pm PST

Date Thu 16th May 2013


Room 10, Moscone West

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