Posted February 09, 2020 12:13:08I’m not sure why the developers at Google are having so much fun with Chrome Developer mode, but the app is still a nice way to get a glimpse at what the future holds for the browser.
Google Chrome Developer modes have become increasingly popular, with developers using them to help speed up development cycles and to showcase their code in the browser without having to spend the time and money to build a full application.
The app has been updated with some new features and a new look.
You can use the Developer mode to help debug your code or to work with other developers.
It includes a new tab to view code as well as the ability to create custom tabs.
In addition to the tab view, you can now switch between a tabbed mode where you can view code in a new window, and a traditional tabbed view where you’re presented with a larger window.
Chrome Developer Mode is not available for developers running ChromeOS, but you can use a Chrome Canary build from Google to test out the new features.
Developer mode is available for all major platforms.
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