Hello.

I am Paul Kinlan.

A Developer Advocate for Chrome and the Open Web at Google.

I love the web. The web should allow anyone to access any experience that they need without the need for native install or content walled garden.

Gears API

Paul Kinlan

Je rédige un article sur les premières API Web mobiles et Alex Russell m'a rappelé Google Gears Gears modules include: LocalServer Cache and serve application resources (HTML, JavaScript, images, etc.) locally Database Store data locally in a fully-searchable relational database WorkerPool Make your web applications more responsive by performing resource-intensive operations asynchronously Lire l'article complet. Je pense qu'il est intéressant de voir qu'AppCache et WebSQL, Geolocation et WebWorkers sont issus des idées de Google Gears et que seules les deux dernières ont réellement survécu.

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Using HTTPArchive and Chrome UX report to get Lighthouse score for top visited sites in India.

Paul Kinlan

A quick dive in to how to use Lighthouse,HTTPArchive and Chrome UX report to try and understand how users in a country might experience the web.

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Getting Lighthouse scores from HTTPArchive for sites in India.

Paul Kinlan

A quick dive in to how to use Lighthouse to try and understand how users in a country might experience the web.

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'Moving to a Chromebook' by Rumyra's Blog

Paul Kinlan

Ruth John a déménagé à Chrome OS (temporairement): The first thing, and possibly the thing with the least amount of up to date information out there, was enabling Crostini. This runs Linux in a container on the Chromebook, something you pretty much want straight away after spending 15 minutes on it. I have the most recent Pixel, the 256GB version. Here's what you do. Go to settings. Click on the hamburger menu (top left) - right at the bottom it says 'About Chrome OS' Open this and there's an option to put your machine into dev mode It'll restart and you'll be in dev mode - this is much like running Canary over Chrome and possibly turning on a couple of flags.

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