The Chrome experimental recorder tool has been around for a long while. I thought it was still mostly but I got schooled and apparently, this is a more faster way to jump–start a puppeteer script/test:
Browser rendering engine feel: Webkit (Safari), Blink (Chrome) or Gecko (Firefox)?
Which browser engine “paints” the smartest on my device? In the clip below; Surf substitutes for Safari and Chromium for Chrome. My blog is the testee since there’s guaranteed cache control and jitter.
Surf and by extension Safari (or any Webkit–based browser) wins . Webkit feels smooth (sneakily, too smooth). It’s probably partly why Safari on macOS/iOS feels so fast. Chrome (not Chromium) is almost on par or so I’ve been told. Not exactly web dev but interesting huh?
Hugo is a gateway for discovering neat golang libraries. Version 0.104.0 introduced a color extraction method that has lots of use–cases. An easy one is to generate basic image gradient placeholders. The browser has its own deferred/lazy loading logic so fancy image gradients (on a static site) require only a few lines of pre–generated styles.
Kiwi Browser (
download) is a Chromium
derivative on Android that can directly expose the built–in dev tools on device.
is my preference, but it makes quick