In this months tutorial for webdesigntuts+ I take a look at how you can speed up your HTML/CSS workflow using Chromes built in dev tools. I’m sure most of you will already use these developer tools in some way, shape or form but have a little read anyway, you might just pick up a few extra tips.
Sample from Faster HTML/CSS Workflow with Chrome Developer Tools
Chrome has fast become a popular choice amongst web designers and users for its speed, ease of use and support for adopting early experimental features such as modern CSS3 properties. At the 2012 Google’s I/O conference it was announced that Chrome now has over 310 million active users – almost double the 160 million users it boasted the previous year.
Google Chrome was first released on September 2nd 2008. It was introduced as a BETA for Microsoft Windows XP and later versions, by 2009 Google had released Beta versions for both OS X and Linux. Google Chrome 5.0 was announced on May 25th 2010. This marked the first stable released to support all three platforms.
One of the reasons for its popularity amongst web designers and developers is the developer tools which bundle with the browser. These developer tools allow us to test and debug code easily and efficiently. Without these tools your workflow might be a lot more difficult.
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