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by Michael Haephrati
Chrome stores all passwords and other credentials in an encrypted database but guess what: they can be retrieved by anyone with the proper knowledge. This article will show you how.
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A walkthrough of creating a user style which changes GitHub user interface to one resembling classic Windows GUI from Windows 9x.
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30 Jan 2017 by Michael Haephrati
Chrome stores all passwords and other credentials in an encrypted database but guess what: they can be retrieved by anyone with the proper knowledge. This article will show you how.
8 Jul 2018 by Athari
A walkthrough of creating a user style which changes GitHub user interface to one resembling classic Windows GUI from Windows 9x.
14 Jun 2019 by Michael Haephrati
How to fetch and search your Chrome history by accessing the "history" Sqlite database
12 Apr 2018 by Harry Truman
Screencasting (demo screen, screensharing) already works in Google Chrome. The technology allows capturing a window of the browser itself as well as windows of other applicaitons. For example, you can capture Firefox running in a separate window.
6 Jan 2012 by Joe Rattz
The purpose of this article is to explain how you can update your ASP.NET 2.0 site to properly recognize and identify Chrome.
17 Jun 2016 by Matt Scarpino
This article explains how to code extensions that customize, access, and augment the capabilities of the Chrome browser.
25 Jun 2018 by Sean Rand
This is an article to help you clean up browser processes during automated Selenium testing.
3 Apr 2017 by dan!sh
Extension to block selected hosts from Chrome brower
17 Feb 2017 by sameh obada
Implementation of mouse capturing for HTML5 Broswsers
21 May 2015 by Vladimir Dorokhov
Development cross platform Chrome Application for Azure developers.
8 Apr 2016 by Maxim Komlev
Suppression of Browser dialog of Basic Http Authentication and customization
25 Apr 2017 by David A. Gray
This article describes a handful of powerful shell scripts that I use to further automate my Angular 2 application development.
14 Aug 2018 by Dave Ceddia
Frameworks like Vue have the notion of “computed properties” – a way to derive some new, possibly complex data based on something passed in. This post covers how to achieve the same result in React.
26 Aug 2018 by Toby Steed
Selenium - locators
9 Apr 2019 by Haseeb A. Basil
LambdaTest Selenium Testing Tool Tutorial with examples in 2019
19 Jul 2012 by Mikhail-T
Powershell script that automatically installs and updates your Chromium browser in Windows
15 Dec 2017 by Intel
Using Chrome DevTools to Debug your Remote IoT Node.js Application
12 Jul 2018 by Dave Ceddia
Access-Control-Allow-Origin: Dealing with CORS Errors in React and Express
12 Apr 2019 by Shao Voon Wong
This article discusses what web developers need to know about content security policy.
29 Aug 2014 by DaveAuld
Google Chrome Extension that provides Message and Answer templating
16 Aug 2011 by Wayne Ye
HTML5 WebSocket defines a bi-directional, full-duplex communication channel operates through a single TCP connection, this article discusses its fantastic performance, the WebSocket protocol principle and its handshake mechanism, and develop a WebSocket application in action (Team Poker).
30 May 2018 by mattkol
Build .NET/.NET Core HTML5 desktop apps using cross-platform native GUI API
12 Sep 2018 by raddevus
JavaScript, jQuery, TypeScript: Introduction
4 May 2015 by Mike (Prof. Chuck)
A simple first-step Extension for the Chrome Browser with a How-to of event-hooks in JavaScript, as the Google security policy does not allow inline-scripts and events.
5 Aug 2016 by Parveen Siwach
Create chrome extension that is calling some JavaScript method
14 May 2016 by Vince Chan
A Google Chrome Extension that makes code project articles more readable.
17 Jun 2016 by Matt Scarpino
This article explains how to code apps that run inside the Chrome browser.
13 Apr 2019 by Florian Rappl
How to run End-To-End tests in an Azure Pipeline using Nightwatch.js framework with TypeScript
30 Apr 2015 by Rodrigo De Presbiteris (Presba)
In this post I will show you how to create a simple extension that accesses an external API hosted by forecast.io
28 Sep 2011 by Alexander Chernosvitov
AntiBot control using HTML5 rotating feature
30 Nov 2015 by dteviot
Web to EPUB Extension for Chrome
14 Jan 2016 by Sumanta Mishra
This tip guides to develop a basic Chrome App, run locally in Chrome and publish in Chrome Web Store.
28 Feb 2019 by IAmJoshChang
In this article, we learn: What Chrome DevTools is and some of the tools that it provides, how to set breakpoints and navigate through JavaScript, how to use the Console with the debugger to help navigate and understand why your code is acting the way it is.
27 Nov 2018 by Toby Steed
How to handle file downloads