Chrome – an in-depth look at the Performance tab

As stated before, except for a select few tools inside Firefox, Chrome has become widely ubiquitous as the browser of choice for users and developers. For developers, this can be in large part thanks to its wonderful developer tools. The following sections are going to take a look at three critical tools that are important to any developer when designing web applications. We will start with the performance tool.

This tool allows us to run performance tests while our application is running. This is great if we want to see how our application behaves when certain things are done. For example, we can profile our application's launch state and see where possible bottlenecks are located. Or, when ...

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