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.

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Paul Kinlan

Idly browsing the web whilst I’m on paternity leave and saw that I have a lot of open tabs. :D

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Use Bookmarklets on Chrome on Android

Paul Kinlan

I love Bookmarklets, they let you quickly customise web sites in a lighter way than a Chrome extension, and for the longest time (5 years), I thought it wasn’t possible to run Bookmarklets on Chrome on Android. It turns out, I was wrong. You just can’t run them the traditional way. The way that most people access Bookmarks on Android doesn’t let you run a Bookmarklet, i.e, via “Select Bookmarks” in the main menu;

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This.Javascript: State of Browsers - YouTube

Paul Kinlan

Tracy Lee from This Dot organised a rather neat live-stream that brought in many of the browser vendors to give an overview of what they are working on: Browser representatives from Brave, Beaker, Edge, Chrome, & Mozilla get together to talk about recent updates and the state of browsers. Featured Speakers: Brendan Eich - Creator of Javascript, Co-founder & CEO at Brave Software Paul Frazee - Works on Beaker Browser Matthew Claypotch - Developer Advocate at Mozilla Paul Kinlan - Senior Developer Advocate at Google Patrick Kettner - Edge at Microsoft Amal Hussein - Senior Open Web Engineer at Bocoup Tracy Lee - GDE, RxJs Core Team, This Dot Co-founder Read full post.

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