Giving Users And Developers More Control Over Focus
tl;dr: Two new features that improve both the user and developer experience when it comes to working with focus - the :focus-visible CSS selector and Quick Focus Highlight user preference.
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Using The Chrome UX Report API
tl;dr: "Learn how to use the Chrome UX Report API to get easy, RESTful access to real-user experience data across millions of websites."
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Chrome Phasing Out Support For User Agent
tl;dr: "Google announced its decision to drop support for the User-Agent string in its Chrome browser. Instead, Chrome will offer a new API called Client Hints that will give the user greater control over which information is shared with websites."
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Building A More Private Web: A Path Towards Making Third Party Cookies Obsolete
tl;dr: Within 2 years, Chrome plans to phase out 3rd party cookies and maintain a healthy ad-supported web, using open-standard mechanisms like the Privacy Sandbox.
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Developing the Largest Contentful Paint Metric
tl;dr: A new performance metric has been established by the Chrome team measuring when the main contents of a page is displayed. This runs through the framework used to build this metric and the objective.
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Moving Towards A Faster Web
tl;dr: The Chrome team are in development of "badging", a method of identifying sites that are built in "a way that makes them slow" by looking at historical load latencies. In the future, such information may be communicated to users.
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Things You May Not Know About Chrome DevTools
tl;dr: 10 useful things the author wished knew about Chrome Dev Tools.
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Accessibility Insights for Web
tl;dr: Google Chrome extension for "assessing the accessibility of web sites and web applications." You can see errors in place and visualize tab-stops.
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