Introduction What’s stopping your web pages from getting silky smooth scrolling, buttery animation and a user experience that’s snappy and fast? Jank-free rendering performance has been shown to positively affect user engagement and experience in many large sites, but remains … Continue reading →
I was asked if it’s possible to patch back Chrome DevTools based changes to a DevTools extension. For example, CSS changes made to the Elements panel. The current solution to this (confirmed with engineering) is onResourceContentCommitted. This is fired whenever … Continue reading →
Yesterday I published a refreshed guide to plugging memory leaks over on the Chrome DevTools docs site. It covers the Object allocation tracker, timeline memory, heap profiles and a few other bits and pieces. I hope you find it useful!
I'm an engineer at Google working with the Chrome team to build tools to help improve developer productivity and satisfaction.