IN THIS ISSUE: New DevTools in Chrome 94; How to Build a Stepper Component; Understanding the AVIF Image Format; Betting on the Android Dream; Using Xamarin to Extend Battery Life; Google Dodges $8.8 B Oracle Payout
The DevTools embedded in the Google Chrome browser include a slew of new features, including support for Nest devices, native HTML tooltips and the ability to display raw Set-Cookie headers and prompts in multiple languages.
Stepper components are a great way to visually communicate the phases required by a process and where a user stands within it. This tutorial shows how to build them using HTML and CSS.
Does the world need yet another image format on top of GIF, JPG and PNG? Like it or not, there's a new format on the way and AVIF reportedly offers some major advantages over the formats it's intended to replace. And cats are involved.
Maximizing device usage on a charge starts with understanding and processing the data coming from the device battery. This Xamarin tutorial teaches how.
A U.S. Supreme Court ruling in April spared Google from forking over $8 billion to Oracle, which alleged the Alphabet subsidiary had illegally infringed on its Java copyrights for code included in Android. The court deemed the code fair use of material under law.