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Chrome DevTools Tip: Blackboxing Scripts

The Chrome DevTools have this neat feature where you can “blackbox” JavaScript source files. Upon blackboxing a script the debugger will jump over anything contained in that file when stepping in/out/over code, and not pause on any breakpoints also contained … Continue reading

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Chrome “Go Back With Backspace” Extension

With the release of Chrome 52, the backspace button no longer navigates back when pressing it. Highly annoying, because the navigating back with the backspace button is just very, very handy (it only requires one finger/hand!). “Go Back With Backspace” … Continue reading

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Google Chrome, Firefox Address Bar Spoofing Vulnerability

Turns out one single right-to-left character in a URL can make the omnibox (Address Bar) freak out, and render it wrongly: Placing neutral characters such as “/”, “ا” in filepath causes the URL to be flipped and displayed from Right … Continue reading

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Debugging Node with Chrome DevTools

Available in the nightly build of Node.js (not the release version, yet). Here’s a video of it in action (skip forward to 42:51): Paul Irish has got you covered on how to set this up:Debugging Node.js Nightlies with Chrome DevTools … Continue reading

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Chrome DevTools Custom Object Formatters

Here’s a little Chrome DevTools gem: it supports the use of custom Object formatters. Object what? Object formatters allow you to control how the value of a JavaScript object appears in Chrome’s console and debugger. Say you’d like to visualize … Continue reading

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Vysor – A window to your Android

Vysor lets you view and control your Android on your computer. An easy install Chrome app, compatible with all operating systems. Vysor – A window to your Android →

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Chrome’s new web animation controls

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%%30%30: A Game

A “game” powered by The Link That Can Crash Google Chrome: Mouse your way through the map without touching the deadly trees! %%30%30: A Game →

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The Link That Can Crash Google Chrome

In the news today: a link which, when moused over or clicked on, crashes Google Chrome. It’s a heck of a bug: but how does it work, and what does it have to do with “null-terminated strings”? An attack known … Continue reading

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Chrome M40: The Virtual Viewport

The idea of the virtual viewport is to split the notion of “the viewport” into two, “the layout viewport” (where fixed position items are attached) and “the visual viewport” (What the users actually see). In the screenshots above you can … Continue reading

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