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

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私は初期のモバイルWeb APIに関するブログ記事を書いているし、Alex RussellはGoogle Gearsを思い出させた 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 全文を読む。 AppCacheとWebSQL、GeolocationとWebWorkersはGoogle Gearsのアイデアから出てきて、実際に生き残ったのは後者の2つだけです。 WebSQLは決して広くサポートされておらず、IndexedDBに置き換えられました。 ServiceWorkerに置き換えられたAppCache

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

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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

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Ruth JohnがChrome OSに移行しました(一時的に): 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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