Category Archives: Chrome

4 dec

User-Agent Spoofing for Testing Mobile Devices

***, Android, Browsers, Chrome, DIY, Google, Hacking, Internet, Internet Explorer, iPad, iPhone

If you are developing on mobile applications, it’s not always so easy to continue to test on your iPhone or Android devices. A trick around doing that work is to modify your User-Agent and screen dimensions in order to trick … Continue reading

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21 nov

Chrome Extension Stylebot

***, Chrome, Design, DIY, Google, Hacking, howto, HTML5/CSS3, Internet, Microsoft, User Experience

I use many web development chrome extensions every day to assist with my daily web responsibilities at the office. Meanwhile, I also use extensions to help with my browsing experience for general website surfing. My most recent chrome extension that I discovered … Continue reading

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30 sep

Amazing WebGL Realtime Music Visualizations

*, 3D Graphics, Chrome, Firefox, HTML5/CSS3, Internet Explorer, JavaScript, News, WebGL

WebGL is an amazing technology, allowing OpenGL technologies to be ported to JavaScript and viewable in your web browser. Almost any browser actually: Chrome, Firefox, and Internet Explorer 9+. If you are on one of these browsers, you should really … Continue reading

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20 sep

Desktop HTML5: Still in the Back Seat, Just Waiting

***, Chrome, HTML5/CSS3, Internet, Internet Explorer, JavaScript, Microsoft

HTML5: It’s still not here… I almost feel like it’s a constant reminder that it will take some time for HTML5 to become realized, apparent, and saturated in the desktop world. With Internet Explorer’s ten year support model, we are … Continue reading

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2 aug

View Some WebGL Photo Manipulation

*, 3D Graphics, Chrome, Firefox, HTML5/CSS3, WebGL

http://nucleal.com/ – Do you like WebGL, 3D graphics, and photo manipulation? Then I highly suggest that you give this link a try. Open it up with Chrome or Firefox and you will see some very fun manipulation of 3D photos.

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25 jul

Apple Cheaper Mountain Lion, New Safari, What Strategy?

***, Android, Apple, Chrome, Electronics, Google, Hardware, Internet, iPad, iPhone, Linux, Mac, Microsoft, Mobility, News, Safari, Windows

Today was a tough day for Apple’s stock price, which lost nearly 5% today after their earnings post. Although Apple reported solid revenue numbers, it seems that many investors are beginning to doubt future growth. Really? What is everybody talking … Continue reading

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21 jul

HTML5 Splits into Two – W3C and WHATWG

***, Apple, Chrome, Firefox, Google, Internet, Microsoft, News, Safari

What, WG? wth? We all know what W3C is, the Wide Web Consortium (W3C) where we go to get our final specification on what HTML and CSS are. What WHATWG really is, are the original designers of the HTML5 specification. … Continue reading

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17 jul

My Work Taskbar – 26+ Applications at Once

***, Android, Chrome, ColdFusion, Databases, Design, Firefox, Google, HTML5/CSS3, Internet Explorer, Java, JavaScript, Microsoft, Photoshop, PHP, Windows

Above and to the right are straight screen shots of what one of my workstations looks like. It’s almost no wonder that these days many of us require much more than 8GB of RAM. It seems that I am all … Continue reading

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24 may

The Current and Future Spread of Mobile Browsers

***, Android, Browsers, Chrome, Design, Firefox, Internet, Internet Explorer, iPad, iPhone, Mobility, Safari

Very often, I find myself in discussions about desktop browsers, which ones can we stop supporting, which ones are the most popular now, which will be the most popular in the future. Desktop browsing is always shifting, but fortunately, the … Continue reading

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21 may

It’s Official – Chrome is the Most Popular Browser

Browsers, Chrome, Google, Internet, Internet Explorer

Sure you can take this with a grain of salt, but you can also simply watch the trends and easily notice that Chrome is now Top-Dog in desktop browsers. It is the only major browser out there that have a … Continue reading

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