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Google Chrome Developer Tools Crash Course - #53

Published: February 22, 2021 | DevDrawer

Estimated Reading Time
2 minutes
Video Duration
45:10 minutes

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Let's take a look at Google's built-in inspector, Chrome Developer tools. In this tutorial, I will go over what you can use it for as well as best practices. Also, stay until the end to see some of my common browser addons that you may find useful for web development.

Let's learn how to use Google Chrome Developer tools to:

Inspect & Examine HTML/CSS


Enable/Disable styles

Move & Delete Elements

Console Logs & Other Commands

Examine Network & Resources

Use Snippets

View & Remove Browser Storage

Perform Audits

00:00 Intro

01:14 How to Open Developer Tools

07:04 Elements

09:37 Sources

13:59 Network

16:16 Performance

17:57 Memory

18:47 Application

23:43 Console

29:38 Lighthouse

37:28 Mobile Responsive Checks

38:49 Chrome Extensions I Use

Applications Used

Chrome Developer Tools: tools

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