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  1. Chrome DevTools: DevTools port forwarding allows localhost URLs to work on mobile

  2. Chrome DevTools: DevTools Triggering of pseudo classes

  3. Chrome DevTools: DevTools - replay a network request in cURL

  4. Chrome DevTools: DevTools - Run predefined snippets of code on any web page

  5. Chrome DevTools: DevTools - Local Modifications

  6. Chrome DevTools: DevTools - Easy timeline recording

  7. Chrome DevTools: DevTools - DOM tree search by CSS selector

  8. Chrome DevTools: DevTools - Copy image as data URI

  9. Chrome DevTools: DevTools - Go to a line number at a specific column

  10. Chrome DevTools: DevTools - Cycle through editing locations

  11. Chrome DevTools: DevTools - Copy the response of a network resource to your clipboard

  12. Chrome DevTools: DevTools - Command click to add multiple cursors in the Sources Panel

  13. Chrome DevTools: DevTools Perform a column selection by dragging

  14. Chrome DevTools: DevTools Quickly monitor events from the Console Panel

  15. Chrome DevTools: Console shortcut to get the currently selected DOM node

  16. Chrome DevTools: See unfinished network requests with the is:running network filter

  17. Chrome DevTools: Quick-edit the HTML Element tag

  18. Chrome DevTools: Alt + Click to expand all child nodes

  19. Chrome DevTools: Toggle the DevTools dock state with a keyboard shortcut

  20. Chrome DevTools: Reveal DOM nodes in the Elements panel from the Console

  21. Chrome DevTools: See the exact statement which executed with granular highlighting

  22. Chrome DevTools: Some UI and feature enhancements to the Colour Picker tool

  23. Chrome DevTools: Set a breakpoint and navigate through the call stack with keyboard shortcuts

  24. Chrome DevTools: Show the function definition of a registered event listener on any node

  25. Chrome DevTools: Get notified of JS errors while you type

  26. Chrome DevTools: Some appearance preferences are now persisted through to incognito windows

  27. Chrome DevTools: Select an easing to get a visual animated preview for how it behaves

  28. Chrome DevTools: View and change your DOM breakpoints with the breakpoints pane

  29. Chrome DevTools: 5 tricks to use in the Console Panel

  30. Chrome DevTools: Console Panel autocomplete with properties (bracket or dot notation)

  31. Chrome DevTools: Get and debug event listeners

  32. Chrome DevTools: Automatically pause on any exception

  33. Chrome DevTools: Expand CSS shorthand properties

  34. Chrome DevTools: See matching selectors based on the color

  35. Chrome DevTools: Visually navigate the network panel and view captured screenshots during page load

  36. Sublime Text: Fuzzy search with the GOTO feature of Sublime Text

  37. Chrome DevTools: Quickly change CSS values with the keyboard or mousewheel

  38. Chrome DevTools: Scroll elements into the viewport

  39. Node: Use Babel to run ES6 JavaScript

  40. Chrome DevTools: Quickly view/edit CSS or JavaScript resources from the Elements panel.

  41. Chrome DevTools: Preview JavaScript values inline while debugging

  42. Chrome DevTools: Use Network colour groups to easily identify a resource type

  43. Chrome DevTools: Trigger a pseudo class (like hover) on an element

  44. Chrome DevTools: Perform Inspector inception by inspecting DevTools

  45. Chrome DevTools: Select and execute a block of code in the Sources Panel

  46. Chrome DevTools: Set a breakpoint based on a certain condition

  47. Chrome DevTools: Shortcut to select the next occurrence

  48. Chrome DevTools: Live Edit CSS in Sources and increment values easily

  49. Chrome DevTools: Cycle through the DevTools panels with a keyboard shortcut

  50. Chrome DevTools: Inspect and trigger CSS media queries, also locate them in code

  51. Chrome DevTools: Add a new custom device as a preset

  52. Chrome DevTools: An improved breadcrumb trail for the DOM

  53. Chrome DevTools: Print out a quick stack trace from the Console

  54. Chrome DevTools: DevTools (Performance) Easily identify long frame times

  55. Chrome DevTools: The larger-than advanced Network Panel filter, and a few others

  56. Chrome DevTools: A project wide search with an optional file scope

  57. Chrome DevTools: A new experimental editor for layout editing

  58. Chrome DevTools: Duplicate DOM nodes

  59. Chrome DevTools: Frequent screenshots in the Timeline Panel

  60. Chrome DevTools: Edit HTML in the Console Panel of DevTools

  61. Chrome DevTools: Simple keyboard tricks to use in the Styles Pane

  62. Chrome DevTools: Pick a new colour from the DevTools generated colour palette

  63. Chrome DevTools: Increment and decrement numbers in DOM attributes

  64. Chrome DevTools: Network requests on the Timeline Panel

  65. Chrome DevTools: A new and improved DOM Tree menu

  66. Chrome DevTools: Custom Network Throttling Profiles

  67. Chrome DevTools: See costly functions in the Timeline Panel, includes domain or URL grouping

  68. Chrome DevTools: Block certain requests from a web page, see how a page works without CSS or Javascript

  69. Chrome DevTools: Use the animation inspector to change and modify running animations

  70. Chrome DevTools: See the contrast between your text colour and background colour

  71. Chrome DevTools: Support for jQuery event listeners, and how to hide ancestor event listeners

  72. Chrome DevTools: Rearrange DevTools Panels with drag and drop to reorder them

  73. Chrome DevTools: View security related information in the new Security Panel

  74. Chrome DevTools: Screencast your device in DevTools with remote debugging

  75. Chrome DevTools: Debug Node.js code using remote debugging

  76. Chrome DevTools: An Inspect Element which follows the mouse cursor

  77. Chrome DevTools: A visual representation of the network asset dependency graph

  78. Chrome DevTools: Use the style rule toolbar to perform common operations

  79. Chrome DevTools: Hide network related errors in the Console Panel

  80. Chrome DevTools: Workflow for inspecting a remote device and using port forwarding

  81. Chrome DevTools: Long hover over a CSS selector to reveal the matching elements in the page

  82. Chrome DevTools: Better logging of objects and arrays with console.table

  83. Chrome DevTools: Get speed insights into your JS code with console.time

  84. Chrome DevTools: Get performance insights into your JS code with console.timeStamp

  85. Chrome DevTools: Using the handled filter in the Console Panel to see caught Promise errors

  86. Chrome DevTools: A new Sass module for improved authoring and debugging

  87. Chrome DevTools: Use the toggle element classes feature for instant visual feedback

  88. Chrome DevTools: Throttle the CPU for a deeper understanding on page performance

  89. Chrome DevTools: Use the Threads pane to debug multiple JavaScript threads

  90. Chrome DevTools: Debug JavaScript (ES6/ES7) code with Source Maps

  91. Chrome DevTools: Narrow down mixed content resources with filter queries

  92. Alfred: Search NPM packages in real time with the Alfred App

  93. Chrome DevTools: See network traffic from other apps in the Network Panel

  94. Chrome DevTools: Try out the official DevTools dark theme

  95. Chrome DevTools: A full JavaScript stack trace to see how resources were loaded with resource initiators

  96. Chrome DevTools: Resolve Variable Names when debugging using Source Maps

  97. Chrome DevTools: Use the animation recorder to record transitions and animations

  98. Chrome DevTools: Use the Command Menu to access almost everything in DevTools in a few keystrokes

  99. Chrome DevTools: Understand how long pieces of JavaScript took to execute

  100. Chrome DevTools: Expose Web Animation API instances from the Animation Inspector

  101. Chrome DevTools: Use Accessibility Inspection to better understand how accessible your markup is

  102. Chrome DevTools: Slides for my talk, DevTools an Animated Journey 2016 are available

  103. Chrome DevTools: Edit Sass variables and more with Sass compilation in DevTools

  104. Chrome DevTools: Quick Source Pane for faster CSS editing

  105. Embedded Mobile DevTools: Use a specialised version of DevTools directly on a mobile device

  106. Chrome DevTools: Use the Sensors Pane to control specific device sensors

  107. Chrome DevTools: View persistent storage, Service Workers and Web App Manifests from the Application Panel

  108. Most Code Editors: Use the AceJump feature of your preferred editor to quickly move to a particular place in code

  109. Chrome DevTools: Visualise and edit colours in the Sources Panel with inline colour previews

  110. Chrome DevTools: Here are three tricks you can use in the Elements Panel DOM tree

  111. Chrome DevTools: Automatically open DevTools in each new tab

  112. Chrome DevTools: Get an overview of all CSS selectors or all JavaScript functions with searching abilities

  113. Chrome DevTools: Explore and learn the ARIA accessibility property values through autocomplete

  114. Chrome DevTools: New Console Panel features like live syntax highlighting and snippet detection

  115. Chrome DevTools: Customise the Network Response Header columns to focus on headers you care about

  116. Chrome DevTools: Use the Visual Shadow Editor to modify CSS Box and Text shadows

  117. Chrome DevTools: Learn more about JavaScript function scope with this inspection technique

  118. Cloud Vision API: Hear what your phone sees with image detection from a webpage

  119. Chrome DevTools: Live edit running Node.js code with hotswapping

  120. Chrome DevTools: Replay how the browser drew your webpage with the Paint Profiler

  121. Chrome DevTools: CSS Coverage, track CSS rules usage while recording a Timeline profile

  122. Chrome DevTools: A built-in Terminal, use Git, start web servers, run your gulp tasks from within DevTools

  123. Chrome DevTools: Workspaces revamped, featuring automatic filesystem and network mapping

  124. Selenium WebDriver: Learn to automate a browser with WebDriver and JavaScript

  125. Chrome DevTools: Over 170 slides for DevTools - Optimise your web development workflow 2016

  126. Chrome DevTools: The new CSS Tracker panel, an analysis of your used/unused CSS during page interaction

  127. Chrome DevTools: Using the 'Never Pause Here' feature for efficient JavaScript debugging

  128. Chrome DevTools: Using the Blackboxing feature for better debugging sessions

  129. Chrome DevTools: Use Inline Breakpoints for greater debugging granularity

  130. Chrome DevTools: A New and Improved Workflow for Debugging a Node.js Webapp

  131. Chrome DevTools: Improved Audits in DevTools using Lighthouse

  132. Chrome DevTools: Find cookies and other local storage with new filtering and editing capabilities

  133. Chrome DevTools: Enhanced autocomplete features in the Console Panel

  134. Chrome DevTools: Understand the performance impact of your CSS with these CSS Tracker Enhancements

  135. Chrome DevTools: Better JavaScript debugging with Continue to Location Markers

  136. Chrome DevTools: Your backend server timing performance, visualised in DevTools

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