Source Editing With Google Chrome Workspace Source Editing With Google Chrome Workspace / tutorial / free

To simplify frontend development workflow, Google Chrome recently introduced a new feature called Workspace that allows the author to do debugging, editing, and saving project files right from the browser. In this post, we are going to walk you through Workspace.
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