Found the perfect color? Grab it:
1. Select Eyedropper tool from the Web Developer Menu. Select the color!
2. Click the color sample next to a CSS color setting. When the color picker opens, click the eyedropper icon under the color swatch. Select the color!
🎨 Look at that! https://t.co/eYHHL72bSf
🔥 TIL Chrome can measure the percentage of unused JS and CSS on the page!
DevTools → Top-right menu → More tools → Coverage https://t.co/sSgxq4arwx
TIL: instead of going to 127.0.0.1 in your browser, you can just type 127.1 and it'll expand to 127.0.0.1, same with any other IP that has 0's in the middle.
Today I found out that nearly all browsers have an `Intl` object that handles formatting for DateTime, Currency, Number, and Pluralization! 🤯
My examples here are pretty simple, but the formatters give you full control 💯 https://t.co/fKqr2sO8dN
Tip: Click "Collect Garbage" to force garbage collection during a performance recording (or at any time) https://t.co/EuyuTgT8bC
Are you aware that you can drag and drop to re-arrange nodes directly in all the major browser's dev-tools? Great for prototyping! https://t.co/KB3t6ZdwWM
🔥 Use console.dir() to see the properties of an element when console.log() gives you a DOM element https://t.co/m6O1jcnlTr
🚨 Always use rel="noreferrer noopener" linking to another site with target="_blank". Or else that site can silently redirect your users! https://t.co/YQvBJQFE1v
If you're working on shitty wifi (like on a train), you can block requests for things like webfonts via Chrome's devtools 🔥 https://t.co/IDMe9khssV
I often accidentally minimize Sublime Text when trying to create new files, since "n" is right beside "m". This key binding fixes that! https://t.co/qxF6ZB4p6k
type="module" in chrome 60 🔥 🔥 🔥 https://t.co/SSyelefTKA
Need to see a website in grayscale real quick?
https://t.co/EMCefftn76.filter = "grayscale(1)"; https://t.co/di8xUs6uif
🔥 Use console.table() to log an array of objects in a tidy table 👌 https://t.co/3kkL9JHDsv
🔥 Use https://t.co/o64SR1bMYz(), groupCollapsed() and groupEnd() to group together and tuck away any logging you need to do https://t.co/4m9W0bKczw