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Chrome's Dev Tools

  • Apr 16, 2014 · 6:00 PM
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Inspecting and experimenting with code directly in the browser gives immediate feedback and is super useful. Chrome's Dev Tools (the Ctrl-click or Right-click > Inspect Element) are probably more powerful than you realize. Did you know you can emulate touch devices and if you make changes that you can save those changes to your local file? Let's see what they can do.

In addition to tonight's topic, we want to help you out. If you have an issue with one of your projects that you'd like to talk about, submit your files ahead of time so we can get an idea of what we are working with. Submit files (and any questions!) to [masked]

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  • MattyJ14

    Won't be able to attend tonight. See you next month. Thanks.

    April 16, 2014

  • peter c.

    Got stuck on a client site - unable to attend tonights session - will have to catch up with everybody next session - Petrr

    April 16, 2014

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