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How to use multiple sidebar panels with Tree Style Tab
 
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This video describes how to use the sidebar panel of the "Tree Style Tab" addon https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/tree-style-tab/ for Mozilla Firefox with another sidebar panel. Note that you need to install more another addon "Aggregate Tabs to Main Window" https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/aggregate-tabs-to-main-window/ and change a secret config. (Recorded with https://screencast-o-matic.com)
Views: 811 Hiroshi YUKI
Tree Style Tab
 
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One of my fave Firefox add-ons. I'll show you why.
Views: 7677 Torley
10 Must Have Firefox Add-Ons!
 
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Firefox is well known for having great add-ons. These cool browser extensions are amazingly useful to help you take full advantage of the Firefox web browser. Add-ons can also enhance your overall browsing experience. I will show you 10 of the essential must have Firefox add-ons that every user should know about. Some of these add-ons are the best Firefox extensions ever created. ▶Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/techgumbo ▶Share This Video: https://youtu.be/uda3jJ8WD1I 0:29 Customize any website with custom user styles. 1:46 Increase your browser privacy, protection, and speed. 3:12 Translate a section of text. 3:53 Give YouTube a cinema type look. 4:32 Make the web faster, more private, and more secure. 5:32 Display the country flag of website’s server location. 6:02 Replace the new tab page with a personal dashboard. 7:01 Easily access the Google services that you use. 7:57 Adds a context menu item to search images. 8:34 A search engine that plants trees. Stylish (DO NOT USE) Use the open-source "Stylus" instead. Stylus https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/styl-us/ Ghostery https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/ghostery/ To Google Translate https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/to-google-translate/ Turn Off the Lights https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/turn-off-the-lights/ Disconnect https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/disconnect/ Country Flags & IP Whois https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/country-flags-ip-whois/ Momentum https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/momentumdash/ Black Menu for Google https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/black-menu-google/ TinEye Reverse Image Search https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/tineye-reverse-image-search/ Ecosia https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/ecosia-the-green-search/ Music by: Gunnar Olsen, Jingle Punks, Vibe Tracks & Silent Partner https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music
Views: 269917 TechGumbo
Tabs Outliner - Basic Operations
 
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Presentation of main Tabs Outliner features. --------------------------------------------------------------- Organize Windows and Tabs In Trees, Add Notes, Close Them For Later In Place, Reopen Them Just As You Select Already Open Tabs. Search keys: taboutliner, TreeStyleTab, Tree Style Tabs, Tree Style Tab, TreeStyleTabs, TooManyTabs, Session, Session Buddy, TabSense, ReadItLater, Read It Later, unload tab, free ram, TabKit, Tab organizer, side tabs, free memory, side bar, free mem, save ram, side panel, sidewise, save mem, save memory, lost in tabs, tab manager, window manager, tabs manager, Tab Shutter, session manager, tabs clutter, Tabs Management, tab menu, Find tabs, FoxTab, TabMixPlus, Tabs Plus, Too Many Tabs, tab list, TabJump, Tab Menu, vertical tabs, tabs sidebar, Unclutterer, Clutter, mess no more.
Views: 16447 omnray
How to Activate the Side Tabs on Chrome : Google Applications
 
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Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehowtech Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehowtech Activating the side tabs on Chrome is something that you can do with an extension called Tab Organizer. Activate the side tabs on Chrome with help from an experienced computer professional in this free video clip. Expert: Skylar Kelly Filmmaker: Patrick Russell Series Description: One of the most important pieces of software on any computer will always be the Web browser. Get tips on various Web browsers like Firefox and Chrome with help from an experienced computer professional in this free video series.
Views: 2612 eHowTech
Enable Chrome Side Tabs
 
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For more details, see http://lifehacker.com/5594133/move-your-tabs-to-the-side-in-google-chrome-for-widescreen+friendly-browsing
Views: 36902 Lifehacker
How to manage your browser tabs better (Only on Google Chrome)
 
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This video is very useful OneTab: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/onetab/chphlpgkkbolifaimnlloiipkdnihall
Views: 29 Hack Wizard
How I use Tabs Outliner for Chrome
 
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This is just a quick and dirty example of how I use TabsOutliner. I have become a real fan of using tabs outliner to sort, group, and organise tabs. It is useful for breaking groups of tabs out to a new window, or merging them into one. You should really check it out (I am not affiliated with Tabs Outliner or its author).
Views: 3896 madivad
Tree Style Tab Demonstration of Motion Tween Effect
 
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Tree Style Tab, an add-on for Mozilla Firefox now have animation effects (on version 0.7.2009040901.) This video is an demonstration of animation effects on vertical tab tree on Shiretoko, aka Firefox 3.5 beta.
Views: 15535 Hiroshi YUKI
Dark Mode for Chrome - Android and Kiwi Browser - vertical video
 
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Google Chrome was recently updated with dark mode. But it honestly sucks. I have switched to Kiwi Browser which has a great dark mode along with an ad blocker. It also has support for Chrome extensions. Download Kiwi Browser from Google Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.kiwibrowser.browser
Views: 66 Geek Geet
Tabs Outliner Overview
 
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Views: 114425 omnray
Improving page performance with Chrome DevTools
 
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Modern DevTools Lesson 13 https://moderndevtools.com/lessons/13
Views: 22087 Umar Hansa
OneTab - Manage your browser Tabs in Chrome and Firefox
 
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OneTab - Manage your browser Tabs in Chrome Tutorial When you have a ton of tabs open, its frustrating. Its now a recommendation of many productivity Gurus to stay focused on one task, one project at a time and One Tab stores all of your open tabs together so that you can click and open on grouping of tasks, then close that grouping and open another grouping of tasks. Also, I love storing songs, articles I haven't read, or daily frequented sites like Trello or habitica for easy access to open. Generally, I start my daily routine by having a grouping of Swipes, trello, habitca, and hipchat. And by opening those browsers, I get in the zone and straight to work without lallygagging. Relevant Links: https://www.one-tab.com/ For Chrome: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/onetab/chphlpgkkbolifaimnlloiipkdnihall?hl=en Firefox: https://addons.mozilla.org/En-us/firefox/addon/onetab/ If you want to find out more about freelancing, project management, business, and productivity visit my blog at https://www.lawrencehe.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/lawrencehe One Tab - Manage your browser Tabs in Chrome
Views: 1161 Lawrence He
Computer Apps & Extensions For Students
 
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I promise back to school videos are coming soon! but let's be real, every season is back to school season on this channel Links to these apps ⋅ Strict Workflow - https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/strict-workflow/cgmnfnmlficgeijcalkgnnkigkefkbhd?hl=en ⋅ *Cold Turkey - https://getdpd.com/cart/hoplink/20477?referrer=dnxs9bah4mgo8g ⋅ *Ebates - https://www.ebates.com/r/RUOXUA9?eeid=28187 This referral link will give you $10 on your first purchase over $25! ⋅ F.lux - https://justgetflux.com/ ⋅ *Honey - http://joinhoney.com/ref/f30b8w ⋅ Grammarly - http://grammarly.com ⋅ New tab pages ⋅ Momentum - https://momentumdash.com/ ⋅ Lagom - https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/lagom/kmklifknlepgmbbigahhphncmgkppbjb?hl=en ⋅ New Tab Clock - https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/new-tab-clock/ljpapphpgkmigobbbakmnfoohclifanm?hl=en ⋅ Tabby Cat (love the pun) - https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/tabby-cat/mefhakmgclhhfbdadeojlkbllmecialg?hl=en ⋅ Currently - https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/currently/ojhmphdkpgbibohbnpbfiefkgieacjmh?hl=en ⋅ Anki - https://apps.ankiweb.net/ * = I used a referral link and will get a bit of money if you make any purchases. I'm not affiliated with these companies in any way, they didn't contact me to request a feature or sponsorship. I hope you can all trust that I'd only mention things I like, regardless of financial benefit! xx You may also be interested in phone apps for students - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vLx8BWn4U6Q Mac mockup used for thumbnail - https://matysiewicz.com/en/4-free-mac-macbook-mockups-pack/ (bc let's get real, my Not Apple Brand laptop is way too ugly to make an enticing thumbnail) Speaking of which, here's the laptop I use - http://amzn.to/2BOziFL Cool Things used as background decoration ⋅ Fairy lights - http://amzn.to/2ByZDE4 ⋅ Jar - a family heirloom? no clue where this one came from ⋅ Highlighters in the jar - http://bit.ly/2fJL4HN You can subscribe for new videos every Friday. Please comment and leave a rating so I get that sweet validation :') Tumblr - http://studyquill.tumblr.com Instagram - @studyquill FAQ - http://studyquill.tumblr.com/owlery Music - Exhale by Jeremy Blake Equipment - http://studyquill.tumblr.com/equipment Full disclosure - links to Amazon are affiliate links, meaning I get a small commission at no cost to you. Any opinions are still completely my own. Feel free to just Google the product name if you're not into affiliate links! Help translate & caption my videos - http://bit.ly/2AvGeCH The best way to contact me is my Tumblr ask box! http://studyquill.tumblr.com/owlery Business inquiries only - [email protected]
Views: 61886 studyquill
Chrome Tab Groups in Android
 
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Tab Groups, a feature that is still pretty much work-in-progress in desktop versions Chrome, is coming to Android too. I did write about this last week, but today, I have more details on how this might look like. Read the blog post here: https://www.chromestory.com/2019/03/chrome-tab-groups-android/
Views: 452 Chrome Story
Peek a Tab - The Ultimate Tabs Manager for Chrome
 
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Manage those cumbersome tabs when you can't even see the websites' icons in your chrome browser. Chrome store link: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/peek-a-tab/nnpdamdaknpnohmlbnmgphiodghbohop
Views: 6992 Pramjeet Ahlawat
Sync Tab Groups - Browser extension for managing lots of tab
 
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Sync Tab Groups is an easy way to manage all your tabs. You organize them depending on a topic by group. Groups can be closed and reopened without caring about your session. Moreover, you can easily search, active, move, save and remove your groups and tabs. https://morikko.github.io/synctabgroups/
Views: 2213 Sync Tab Groups
Chrome Dev Tools: Elements Tab
 
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Info and mini-lesson on the Elements tab of Chrome Dev Tools. Check out more in-depth documentation here: https://developers.google.com/web/tools/iterate/inspect-styles/basics We will be using the webpage http://www.mckellen.com/ per suggestion of Free Code Camp user kmiasko. Please check out the Chrome Dev Tools documentation at https://developers.google.com/web/tools/chrome-devtools/ If you right click and select 'Inspect element', you can have access to the elements tab. You can change text, background color, text color, and any other CSS or HTML you'd like! These changes don't set up automatically, so don't use this as an IDE or a place to create or edit anything you want to save. You can set up something called "persistant authoring" to save. Cascade, inherit, and other css rules still apply, so keep that in mind as you play around. Additionally, overridden styles will be shown as having a strike through them. It should also be noted that all of the code you're seeing in this 'tree' is current HTML, not original onload. If you use javascript or jquery to change something, it will be updated on this tree. Padding, border, and margins are easily inspected and edited using the colorful box on the right or bottom side.
Views: 14677 freeCodeCamp.org
Google Chrome Extensions: How to build an extension
 
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Brian Kennish, a developer advocate for Google Chrome presents how to build an extension for Google Chrome. To learn more visit code.google.com/chrome/extensions.
Views: 177133 Google Developers
Aerys - Tab Manager
 
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Views: 20265 Perry Luo
OneTab for Chrome and Firefox
 
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Drastically reduces the memory usage of Chrome and Firefox. Get it from https://www.one-tab.com/
Views: 1142 Norbert Gostischa
How to easily clean-up you browsing tree in Tabs Outliner
 
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Note that this also close more than 100 open tabs... And as you can see this is not a some stacked up "demo", it is my regular day browsing, so I leave open 150+ other tabs. There was times when Chrome could handle 700-800 open tabs (and I always had so many open), but now seems system start to staggering on 400+ open tabs, don't know who to blame - the modern web, or the new Chrome. Yet with a help of this extension now I rarely cross 300 boundary, and as you can see it is very easy and fast to quickly close most of them - this was practically impossible before, as there was no any sane overview of windows content and no possibility to use this overview to effectively make some actions against not needed anymore (or now, as this extension give option to close without "delete") windows (or tabs sets). ------------------------------------ Description: This screencast show easy method for cleaning your browsing session. Main idea is that you don't delete garbage immediately. This is very error prone and you can delete something important by accident. Instead you first drag everything you plan to delete to some garbage pile. You not need to aim precisely when drop, drop anywhere in pile, it is fast and easy. This way you can drag open windows, individual tabs, saved items - anything. When you done, this will allow review you everything one more time before final action. Then you can collapse this pile and delete all in one click. Or you can close all open tabs in this pile without deleting links on them or collapsed pile, press green cross (instead of trashcan) for this (pile must be collapsed, or this will affect only pointed node), then you can leave the pile collapsed for archiving purpose.
Views: 23609 omnray
Google Chrome Tips and Tricks You Should Know
 
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Views: 6583 PCMag
C# WPF UI Tutorials: 04 - Custom Window Chrome and Styles
 
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Part of a series of tutorials on creating WPF applications in C# Takes all learned so far to create a fully customized Window, styled buttons, text boxes and controls. Source code: https://github.com/angelsix/fasetto-word/tree/dc1d288472211d8d0e7b7baf580e51dfb6552b6f UPDATE: After the video support for Aero docking (dragging windows to the edge of the screen) was added. Check the last commit in github above to see that support added
Views: 92458 AngelSix
Firefox for the Adept: Tab Plugins
 
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Using Tab Mix Plus and Tree Style Tabs to enhance your Firefox experience
Views: 2433 Chris Lott
Grouping Browser Tabs into a Tab Stack
 
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Vivaldi lets you cut down the clutter and organise your browser tabs into groups called Tab Stacks. Tab Stacking is as easy as a drag-and-drop. Simply click and drag a tab over another tab until it becomes darker and drop it. To ungroup your tabs, right click on your Tab Stack and select 'Ungroup Tab Stack'. --- Find out more about grouping tabs in Vivaldi Browser: https://help.vivaldi.com/article/grouping-tabs/ -- Subscribe to our YouTube channel ▸ https://vvld.in/subscribe Download Vivaldi for Windows, Linux, or macOS ▸ https://vivaldi.com/download Get the Vivaldi Newsletter ▸ http://vvld.in/newsletter-yt Follow us ▸ Twitter: https://twitter.com/vivaldibrowser ▸ Reddit: https://reddit.com/r/vivaldibrowser/ ▸ Instagram: https://instagram.com/vivaldibrowser/ ▸ Facebook: https://facebook.com/vivaldibrowser --
Views: 99607 Vivaldi Browser
Opening Tabs Outliner console and restoring tree to an older version from backup
 
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Screencast demonstrate how to opens Tabs Outliner console and restore the tree to an earlier version, from automatic internal backups.
Views: 1974 Tabs Outliner
Using inspect element for CSS styles
 
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Learn how to use inspect element for CSS styles. Learn more HTML/CSS in our full course on Khan Academy: https://www.khanacademy.org/computing/computer-programming/html-css
Views: 76778 Khan Academy Computing
Trey Songz - Slow Motion [Official Music Video]
 
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TRIGGA Reloaded Available Now! Download: http://smarturl.it/TRIGGAreloaded Trey Songz "Chi Chi feat. Chris Brown" is out now! https://treysongz.lnk.to/ChiChiVideoAY For more info on SX Liquors: www.sxliquors.com To purchase SX Liquors: http://www.reservebar.com/buySX iTunes: http://smarturl.it/RELOADEDitunes Google Play: http://smarturl.it/RELOADEDgp Spotify: http://smarturl.it/RELOADEDspotify Amazon: http://smarturl.it/RELOADEDamazon Head to your local Best Buy store to get TRIGGA Reloaded with 4 all new tracks! Get Official TRIGGA Merch here: http://atlr.ec/1sv1Nyo Download The Angel Network app for iPhone and Android: http://smarturl.it/angelnetwork Subscribe for more official content from Trey Songz: https://Atlantic.lnk.to/TreySongzSubscribe Follow Trey Songz: http://www.treysongz.com http://store.treysongz.com http://www.twitter.com/treysongz http://www.instagram.com/treysongz http://www.facebook.com/treysongz https://www.snapchat.com/add/TreySongz Welcome to the official YouTube Channel of Atlantic Records artist Trey Songz. Contemporary R&B vocals blended with hip-hop flows, the actor/singer/songwriter/producer debuted on the scene with his smash hit “Gotta Make It” in 2005. Within the first decade of his career, he released five albums that peaked within the Top 20 of the Billboard 200 chart, including "Ready," "Pain Passion & Pleasure," "Chapter V," and "Trigga" as well as 15 solo singles that hit the Top Ten of the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop chart. Songz’s top hits include platinum “Na Na”, platinum “Say Ahh”, RIAA-certified “Bottoms Up” featuring Nicki Minaj, gold “2 Reasons” featuring T.I., platinum “Slow Motion” and as well as platinum “Heart Attack." Songz lends his soulful vocals on featured hits from Twista’s "Girl Tonight" to J. Cole’s “Can’t Get Enough." Subscribe for the latest official music videos, official audio videos, performances, bts and more from Trey Songz. https://Atlantic.lnk.to/TreySongzSubscribe #treysongz #atlantic #atlanticrecords #trigga #songz #RandB #officialmusicvideo #slowmotion
Views: 168336911 Trey Songz
How to Copy Another Site's CSS Using Chrome Developer Tools
 
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Have you ever come across some cooly formatted nugget on the Web and wondered how they did that? Well, you can find out exactly how anything was formatted by using Chrome Developer Tools to not only view the site's CSS but also modify it AND then save the CSS to use on your own site.
Views: 40021 Annielytics
Chrome 75 - What’s New in DevTools
 
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New to DevTools in Chrome 75: 0:10 - Meaningful preset values when autocompleting CSS functions 0:57 - Clear site data from the Command Menu 1:37 - View all IndexedDB databases 2:21 - View a resource’s uncompressed size on hover 3:33 - Inline breakpoints in the breakpoint pane 4:24 - Setting for disabling the detailed inspect tooltip 5:12 - Setting for toggling tab indentation in the Sources panel editor 6:14 - Dark theme bonus tip! Check out the blog version of these release notes here: https://goo.gle/2WCPiov Discuss these features and changes on the mailing list: https://goo.gl/RvWtFx Or tweet us: https://twitter.com/chromedevtools Subscribe to the Google Chrome Developers channel: http://goo.gl/LLLNvf
Interactive Whiteboard Solution using Google Chrome and Speed Dial and Chrome Apps (Video 5)
 
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This particular video shows exactly how to set up your Google Chrome browser as an Interactive learning environment. You do this using the FVD Speed Dial Extension that you would download in the Chrome Webstore. https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/fvd-speed-dial-3d-wall-sy/llaficoajjainaijghjlofdfmbjpebpa Once this Extension is installed you can add specific websites and apps as you see fit. Then using the website tabs (Found in the middle of the browser) or the apps found on the left side of the page in a column, you can set up a highly dynamic web environment that essentially could have ALL of your lesson resources in one interface. This allows the teacher full interaction and mobility depending on their available technology. With an interactive whiteboard of any type the teacher can remain in the front of the room and engage their students on a level they may not have been able to before using this configuration. Or a teacher could use an Ipad/Iphone or Android device to take over the desktop of their computer and interact with the Chrome browser in real time while moving through the room and collaborating with their students on the fly. Using these solutions, and the power of the Chrome Webstore (Keep in mind that Google Play is ALSO available on the Chrome Browser so essentially ANY app you have already purchased for your phone or touchpad for an android device can be accessed in this way as well. This is just another way of MANY to engage your students in ways that were never available until now.
Views: 7155 Aaron Holland
Fvd Speed Dial for Chrome with Sync and 3D wall
 
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Quick demo guide with main features of Fvd Speed Dial for Chrome with Sync and 3D wall Music by: youtube.com/user/esoundtraxmusic
Views: 49441 Live Start Page
How to Create HTML UI for WPF Application Using DotNetBrowser
 
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A step-by-step guide on creating HTML UI for WPF applications Get a free 30-days DotNetBrowser trial licence: https://www.teamdev.com/dotnetbrowser?utm_campaign=dotnetbrowser-youtube&utm_medium=description&utm_source=how-to-create-html-ui-for-wpf-application-using-dotnetbrowser&utm_content=&utm_term=#evaluate About DotNetBrowser: DotNetBrowser allows embedding a Chromium-based browser to your .NET app to display and process HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, Flash etc. You can read the text version of this guide and download the source code provided in it here: https://dotnetbrowser.support.teamdev.com/solution/articles/9000124840-%D0%9Dow-to-create-html-ui-for-wpf-application-using-dotnetbrowser?utm_campaign=dotnetbrowser-youtube&utm_medium=description&utm_source=how-to-create-html-ui-for-wpf-application-using-dotnetbrowser&utm_content=&utm_term= Transcript: 0:21 Launch Visual Studio and create a new project. 0:27 Сhoose WPF Application. 0:34 Add DotNetBrowser to the Project via the NuGet Package Manager. 0:39 Right-click on the project. Choose “Manage NuGet Packages” in the context menu. 0:47 Click on “Browse”. Type “DotNetBrowser” in the search box and click Enter. 0:50 Choose the DotNetBrowser package and click Install. 0:53 Read the licence acceptance and click “I accept”. Wait until the package is installed. 1:00 Add the Licence File. 1:03 So, right-click on our Project. Choose Add - Existing Item. 1:10 Please note: you should select All Files to see the licence file. 1:13 Select the teamdev.licences file and the file will be added to the project. 1:18 Select the licence file in the Solution Explorer and change the Build Action to Embedded Resources to finish the licence setup. 1:29 Add two BrowserView Components with the Help of XAML (Extensible Application Markup Language) 1:33 Let’s set the initial window size to the whole desktop. 1:43 Add DotNetBrowser components to Window via XAML. 1:50 Name the components. 1:59 Divide the grid into two parts. 2:06 Make the parts the same size. 2:11 Assign positions for each DotNetBrowser component in a separate column. 2:21 As you can see, we can also set the default web page through XAML. 2:25 Add a Sample Web Page with a Style Sheet to the Project. 2:29 Let’s include a web page with a style sheet. 2:36 Set the parameters for the added files. 2:40 Now let’s take a look at the style sheet and the web page source code. 2:47 As you can see, there is no OnClick event on the Submit button. We will add it with the help of C#. 2:54 Remove the default URL from the Designer. 2:57 Add a FinishLoadingFrameEvent via XAML Designer. 3:01 Select “browserView1” in the Design mode. 3:07 Choose “Event handler for the selected element”. 3:08 Double-click on text box on the right of the FinishLoadingFrameEvent label. 3:13 Initializing the Primary Setting in MainWindow. 3:21 Add the Chromium switch to turn on the Chrome Developer Tools remote debugging feature. 3:39 Set the previously added web page as the default URL for “browserView1”. 3:53 Set Chrome Developer Tools remote debugging URL as default for “browserView2”. 4:05 Implementing the FinishLoadingFrameEvent handler. 4:09 Check if the page is fully loaded and Return the page as a DOM tree. 4:20 Check the list of all the input elements. 4:45 Find one with the “submit” type. 5:04 Add an event listener to the “OnClick” event. 5:29 Implementing the OnSubmitClicked Handler. 5:34 Execute implementation of OnSubmitClicked handler in a separate thread. 5:42 Create variables to store the found values. 5:52 Return the page as a DOM tree. 5:59 Save the values of the ‘login’ and ‘password’ input fields to the temporary variables. 6:15 Invoke a MessageBox with the saved values. 6:38 Build the Project. 6:39 Compile and launch the application. As you can see on the left - the web page is loaded and operational. And on the right we have the Chrome Developer Tools remote debugging feature. 6:50 Check the OnClick Event and Change the HTML in DevTools to See the Differences Live. 6:57 Press the “SUBMIT” button. As you can see, the OnClick event that I added previously in the video works well. 7:04 Now let’s change the default value for the password input. 7:08 After pressing “SUBMIT” we see that the OnClick event returns the value that we previously changed. 7:18 In the same way I can change all the other elements. 7:25 I can work with the styles of the web page as well. #DotNetBrowser #HTMLUI #WPFApplication
Views: 8870 Embedded Browsers
Beyond Mobile: Building Flutter Apps for iOS, Android, Chrome OS, and Web (Google I/O'19)
 
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Flutter is a great way to build mobile apps for iOS and Android from a single codebase. But did you know that Flutter is expanding beyond mobile to run on desktop and the web, too? In this talk, you'll see two developers live code a real-world app that runs on all of these platforms that highlights Flutter's latest features. Watch more #io19 here: Flutter at Google I/O 2019 Playlist → https://goo.gle/2ZTbnOs Google I/O 2019 All Sessions Playlist → https://goo.gle/io19allsessions Learn more on the I/O Website → https://google.com/io Subscribe to the Flutter Channel → https://goo.gle/Flutter Get started at → https://flutter.dev/ Source code for the app featured in the talk is a available here: https://github.com/2d-inc/developer_quest Speaker(s): Emily Fortuna and Emily Shack T03D84
Views: 77688 Flutter
Fall Forest Chrome Theme and Wallpaper
 
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You need install FVD Speed Dial Extension: http://x2t.com/speed-dial and pick Chrome Theme you like from the catalog: http://x2t.com/themes
Views: 247015 Kuzma Safonov
Still Corners - The Trip
 
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From "Strange Pleasures." Follow Still Corners: http://www.stillcorners.com/ http://stillcorners.tumblr.com/ https://stillcorners.bandcamp.com/ https://soundcloud.com/stillcorners https://www.facebook.com/stillcorners https://www.instagram.com/stillcorners/ Art by Mr. Babies and Leaf and Petal Design: https://www.instagram.com/mr.babies/ https://www.instagram.com/leafandpetaldesign/ Lyrics: Time has come to go Pack your bags, hit the open road Our hearts just won’t die It’s the trip, keeps us alive So many miles So many miles So many miles Away They’re following some dance of light Tearing into the night Watching you fall asleep The sweetest dove in a dream So many miles So many miles So many miles Away For more new music, follow my weekly spotify playlist "Compact Cassette" (https://open.spotify.com/user/daviddeanburkhart/playlist/6lzG8MsMBoVEpulGS747M6) Me: https://www.facebook.com/daviddeanburkhart https://open.spotify.com/user/daviddeanburkhart https://twitter.com/DavidDBurkhart
URL Navigation Using CefSharp
 
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Learn how to create a one-tabbed browser with URL navigation in a WPF application using CefSharp. You can get the source code of this sample in the GitHub repository: https://github.com/cefsharptutorials/cefsharptutorials/tree/master/CefSharpTutorials/BackForwardNavigation Previous tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gphqZTCWoZE&list=PLtnonz7r7xrqI7OS0eWwc4lrwV5zqI4r3 About CefSharp: https://cefsharp.github.io/ Transcript: 0:01 URLnavigation using CefSharp 0:07 Create and configure a WPF solution with CefSharp 0:11 Launch the solution which we created in the previous tutorial (check out the Link under this video) 0:17 Add a new project to the solution via the Solution Explorer 0:19 Remember that the .NET Framework version should be 4.5.2 or higher 0:24 Mark the newly created project as a startup project 0:29 Open the Solution Configuration Manager 0:31 Create and select the x64 or x86 configuration for the new project 0:39 Open the NuGet package manage 0:42 Find the ‘CefSharp.Wpf’ library 0:44 Select the ‘CefSharp.Wpf’ library and click ‘Install’ 0:48 Review the dependencies and click ‘OK’ 0:52 Now we’ll see how to work with the MainWindow markup 0:54 Switch to the ‘MainWindow.xaml’ in the editor window 0:58 You can change the window title if you need to 1:00 Add the “CefSharp.Wpf” namespace to the MainWindow markup 1:06 Add the ‘DockPanel’ component to the root grid 1:09 Add a nested DockPanel to the previously created panel 1:12 Set the ‘LastChildFill’ property to ‘True’ and the ‘DockPanel.Dock’ property to the ‘Top’ value 1:19 Add control elements to the nested DockPanel (Back, Navigate, Forward buttons and an address TextBox) 1:39 Define the names for the control elements 1:55 Define the event handler names for the control elements 2:09 Add the “ChromiumWebBrowser” control after the nested DockPanel 2:13 Define the initial URL via the “Address” property of the “ChromiumWebBrowser” control 2:17 Implement the behaviour we need 2:20 Create the “FrameLoadEnd” event handler 2:25 Create a handler for the control button click events 2:42 Define the name of the ‘ChromiumWebBrowser’ control 2:46 In the “Back” button event handler check if the CefSharp component can navigate to the previous page, and then call the “Back” method 2:54 Apply the same approach to the “Forward” button 2:59 In the “Navigate” button event handler check if the “Address” box is filled and set its content to the browser’s “Address” property 3:12 In the “FrameLoadEnd” event handler update the states of the control elements. Please note that this event occurs in the non-UI thread so you need to use the Dispatcher 3:51 Build and launch the application #URLNavigation #CefSharp #EmbeddedBrowsers
Views: 4407 Embedded Browsers
Deadpool Chrome Theme and Wallpaper
 
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You need install FVD Speed Dial Extension: http://x2t.com/speed-dial and pick Chrome Theme you like from the catalog: http://x2t.com/themes
Views: 123325 Sabina Shcherbakova
How-To Set Up Asherson’s Call Emulation Server Using GDLEnchanced
 
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How-To Set Up Asherson’s Call Emulation Server Using v Software requirements: Setting up your environment Download and install: Asheon’s Call Client https://www.gdleac.com/get-started/ Visual Studio Code. (Used to view json files, config files and readme) Visual Studio Community Edition 2017: ensure you install this option to stop any error compiling the server source code: MS MFC x64 Getting server code Ready to download the server you want to run, https://gitlab.com/Scribble/gdlenhanced/tree/TestServer unzip it into a C:\AC_Server Compile: Open Visual Studio and then navigate to the C:\AC_Server folder and open GDLEnhanced.vcxproj Agree to the security warning if you are confident in the source. You can now build the source (this will go into the bin folder). Open the bin folder and copy in client_portal.dat and client_cell_1.dat files to the "Bin\Data" folder. Now we need “Weenies” these are NPCs and everything else. Download a zip full of json files and copy them all (over 6000) into Bin\Data\json\weenies uzip it first so you can copy them to the right folder. Setting Up mySQL: Install: First, download/install WAMP 3.0.6 64-bit here (remember where you installed): http://wampserver.aviatechno.net/files/install/wampserver3.0.6_x64_apache2.4.23_mysql5.7.14_php5.6.25-7.0.10.exe Secondly, download/install the WAMP 3.0.9 update here. Change the install folder to make sure it is the same as the first one! http://wampserver.aviatechno.net/files/updates/wampserver3_x86_x64_update3.0.9.exe Lastly, download/install the MariaDB addon for WAMP: http://wampserver.aviatechno.net/files/mariadb/wampserver3_x64_addon_mariadb10.1.23.exe (setup whatever browser you want I used Chrome… &*^&^(*& IE). Run the server by searching for wampmanager.exe and running it (it has to run as administrator) so you will get a UAC warning, you will get this every time you start the service unless you set it to startup at boot. Here is the hard part: go to http://localhost/phpmyadmin/ in your web browser. Login to PHPMYADMIN with “root” leave the password field blank. On the left side, click "New" and create a database named "GDLE". (leave everything as normal). If you wish to have a second database to test another server just enter a different name and edit the server config file to match. With the newly created "GDLE" database selected, click the "Import" tab on the right side, select the "gdle_db.sql" file located in the "Bin\sqldumps" Also import the two blobfiles: opening them in VS code copy the content, click on the sql tab, paste the text in there Replace ; in the delimiter field with // Click go Repeat until all blob files complete. Running the server and setting up other connections: Run the GDLE.exe program. Click Start. (this will take a while as all the weenies are imported) To play, click Launch, or use a launcher app such as ThwargLauncher to connect to the server. In order for others to connect to your server, you may need to set the "bind_ip" value located in the "server.cfg" file. Open it using a text VSCode but that is for another video. Thank you to the original writer at GDLE for the help files. Thank you for watching and taking time to read this, TheGeneralCrow My Links: http://www.generalcrow.com https://www.facebook.com/generalcrow https://twitter.com/the_generalcrow https://www.twitch.tv/thegeneralcrow https://www.reddit.com/r/TheGeneralCrow/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCE_I7pdtgio_bStSnYgHs3A
Views: 2241 TheGeneralCrow
WPF MVVM - Working with tab controls and tab content
 
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Learn how to create, open, and close tabs effectively using the MVVM pattern with WPF. Facilitates unit testing. Source Code: https://1drv.ms/u/s!Agyk41TbkFnXgfM---Nd1zFdHnNnXA
Views: 31048 DCOM Engineering, LLC
Chrome 65 - What's New in DevTools
 
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New to DevTools in Chrome 65: Local Overrides, new accessibility tools, the Changes tab, new performance and SEO audits, reliable code stepping with worker and async code, and multiple recordings in the Performance panel. 0:26 - Local Overrides 1:46 - New accessibility tools 2:56 - New SEO and performance audits 3:41 - Reliable worker and async code stepping 5:08 - Multiple recordings in the Performance panel 5:42 - Bonus tip! Automating DevTools actions with Puppeteer Check out the blog version of these release notes here: https://goo.gl/TNrkv7 Discuss these features and changes on the mailing list: https://goo.gl/RvWtFx Or tweet us: https://twitter.com/chromedevtools Subscribe to the Google Chrome Developers channel: http://goo.gl/LLLNvf
Views: 114387 Google Chrome Developers
Jim Soloway playing "The Days Of Wine And Roses"
 
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This is my take on Henry Mancini's classic: "The Days Of Wine And Roses". I've always considered it to be one of the most beautiful songs of all time. I'm playing the Soloway Gosling that's been with me for about 10 years. It's the guitar I always seem to come back to. I have it tuned down a minor third to Db standard. It's strung with D'Addario Chrome 10's so there almost no tension on it at all. If you like this video, feel free to share it. There are going to be a bunch more videos coming in the next few months, so be sure to check in for more. And for more info go to http://jimsoloway.com/ and hopefully I'll have put in some time to add some lessons and bring everything up to date soon.
Views: 691 Jim Soloway
How to Perform Basic Functions in Lucidchart
 
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Learn how to make a flowchart, diagram, or any other document in Lucidchart. http://www.lucidchart.com This tutorial will teach you how to create a document, get started with basic shapes and text, and share your diagram with others. Lucidchart is the web's leading diagramming and visualization application. With this intuitive, cloud-based solution, anyone can learn to think visually and collaborate in real time while building flowcharts, mockups, UML diagrams, and more. Lucidchart is utilized in over 175 countries by more than 7 million users, including Comcast, NASA, Netflix, Target and Xerox. In this short video we'll show you how easy it is to create a new document. You can start from scratch or you can use a template from one of our many collections. First, log in and select the Documents tab you'll see the folder tree on your left, the documents list in the center, and an information bar on your right. Click 'Create Document' and a new window will appear with multiple categories and thumbnails of templates. Click on a category to preview the related templates. When you find one you like, click on the template to start a new document right away. Otherwise, select 'Start Drawing' to start from scratch. Now you're inside the Editor. If you're not familiar with Lucidchart, you may need a quick look around before starting. To the left is your Toolbox, which shows you the shapes in each of your open libraries. At the bottom of the Toolbox is the 'More Shapes' button. Click this button to open more libraries. Beneath your title are two bars the Menu bar and the Properties bar. The Menu bar shows you all of the common windows and actions. The properties bar functions like the formatting bar in most standard word processors. Use it to format an individual object or set defaults for the rest of your document. In the top right corner are the blue 'Share' button for collaboration and the page controls. Click the plus sign to create a new page and the navigation controls for moving from page to page. Beneath the page control tool is the dock, which lets you pin options anywhere on your page for easy access. Now you're ready to add content to your document. First, drag a shape from one of the libraries at the left and give it a label, some text formatting, and a color. Click one of the circles on the side to drag out a line. Then move your mouse, let go, and choose one of the other shapes from our auto-prompt. If you don't choose a shape, drag out a new shape from the toolbox and place it next to the arrowhead. A little circle will glow over the connection and the line will attach to the new shape. When you're ready to share your document with other collaborators, just click the blue 'Share' button and enter the email of your recipient. Edit permission is default, but you can offer view only, comment only, or full owner permissions to your email or link recipient. Now you have a basic document to work on. —— Learn more and sign up: http://www.lucidchart.com Follow us: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lucidchart Twitter: https://twitter.com/lucidchart Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lucidchart LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/lucidsoftware
Views: 16880 Lucidchart
Google I/O 2009 - Exploring Chrome Internals
 
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Google I/O 2009 - Exploring Chrome Internals Darin Fisher Learn about Google Chrome's multi-process architecture and sandboxing technology. This talk will provide an overview of the processes, threads, and IPC involved with getting pixels on the screen in a system where the WebKit rendering engine is denied, via the sandbox, from having direct access to your computer. For presentation slides and all I/O sessions, please go to: code.google.com/events/io/sessions.html
Views: 22660 Google Developers
6. Atom Bootstrap Support & Live Preview
 
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- Theme - Font Size - Welcome Window & Telemetry -------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------- INTERFACE -------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------- Editor - Syntax Highlighting - Tab Completion - Autocompletion - CTRL + Mouse Scroll - Web Technologies Sidebar - Git supoort by filename color - Context Menu Support Status Bar - Git Support - Changing Default Settings - Misc Toggle Menu Full Screen Screen Split Tab Change on Mouse Scroll - Working in Linux Notifications Developers Tools Stylesheet -------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------- MAIN KEYBOARD SHORTCUTS -------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------- CTRL + SHIFT + P - Toggle Atom Command Palette Fuzzy File Finder - CTRL + P / CTRL + T CTRL + , - Open Settings CTRL + N - New File CTRL + W - Close Current File CTRL + SHIFT + T - Open Recently Closed F11 - Full Screen CTRL + \ - Toggle Sidebar CTRL + G - Jump To Line Number CTRL + SHIFT + I - Developers Tools CTRL + } - Change Indent Level CTRL + { - Change Indent Level -------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------- CORE SETTINGS -------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------- 1. Allow Pending Pane Items 2. Ignored Names 3. Warn On Large File Limit -------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------- EDITOR -------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------- 1. Font Family - Fira Mono, Source Code Pro, Consolas 2. Font Size - 17-20 3. Show Indent Guide 4. Tab Type 4. Scroll Past End -------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------- PACKAGE -------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------- 1. Autocomplete-plus 2. Markdown Preview - CTRL + ALT + M 3. Tree-view -------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------- THEMES -------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------- 1. Font Size - 13 2. Layout Mode 3. Install -------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------- INSTALL -------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------- Theme / Package 1. Minimap Installation Command Line apm install - for installation of packages apm clean - for cache removing apm disable - disable package apm install atom-beautify atom-bootstrap4 atom-html-preview atom-jade atom-ternjs color-picker emmet file-icons jade-autocompile language-pug linter linter-jshint linter-sass-lint pigments platformio-ide-terminal split-diff apm install atom-clock sass-autocompile atom-beautify - NOTE: Doesn't works on many languages because of dependency atom-bootstrap4 atom-html-preview - CTRL + SHIFT + H atom-jade - Needed for jade language support atom-ternjs - Must have for java developers color-picker - CTRL + ALT + C emmet - Best plugin for web developers file-icons jade-autocompile language-pug linter linter-jshint linter-sass-hint pigments platformio-ide-terminal - CTRL + ` - Command line in atom - Nodejs - sass, jade/pug autocompile - php server from command line - task automation sass-autocompile split-diff Speed Issue Jade/Pug Sass git Nodejs bootstrap github markdown server-side scripting Like, comment, share & subscribe
Views: 17592 Eco Tech Club [ETC]
How To Enable Adobe Flash Player For Chrome Browser Users
 
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Please Read The Notes & New Updated Information Below: If you are still having an issue after Enabling Adobe Flash Player Manually, chances are you might have an older version of Google Chrome.To check, click on the three horizontal bars or dots next to a star on the top-right corner of your Chrome Browser and click Help and About. It will open a New Tab, an About Tab and begin downloading. Once this is done, you will see a "Nearly up to date. Relaunch Chrome to finish updating". Click Relaunch Button and you're done. By the way, after re-launching, a new tab, Settings Tab will open saying "Google Chrome is Up To Date" "Version 59.0.3071.104 (Official Build) (64-bit)". New Information Update: September 18, 2017 Important Note: If after doing both enabling and updating and still have the same issue, go to my new video with this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=amyo1wUJxPM&t=40s Adobe Flash Player is enabled in some websites and blocked on others by default in Google Chrome. My new video will explain the reason why. It will also show you how to allow websites to run Flash as well as use plugin to access your computer. As a precaution, make sure that the websites you are allowing are legitimate.
Views: 292133 merlstrom
Chrome 64 - What's New in DevTools
 
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New to DevTools in Chrome 64: the real-time Performance Monitor, easier filtering with the Console Sidebar, and automatic message groupings in the Console. 0:15 - Performance Monitor 1:08 - Console Sidebar 2:12 - Console Message Grouping 2:38 - Bonus Tip! (Hover Effects) Check out the blog version of these release notes here → https://goo.gl/KGvKij Discuss these features and changes on the mailing list → https://goo.gl/RvWtFx Or tweet us → https://twitter.com/chromedevtools Subscribe to the Google Chrome Developers channel → http://goo.gl/LLLNvf
Views: 140809 Google Chrome Developers
Elevating the Web Platform with the JavaScript Framework Community (Google I/O ’19)
 
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As developers, you interact with the Web Platform through tools and frameworks that make us more productive. In this talk, you'll learn some of the ways Chrome has been working with Open Source projects to help level up these important abstractions. Understand new partnerships and upcoming contributions we’ll be making to Open Source projects, including funding for projects at the heart of our ecosystem. Watch more #io19 here: Web at Google I/O 2019 Playlist → https://goo.gle/io19web Google I/O 2019 All Sessions Playlist → https://goo.gle/io19allsessions Learn more on the I/O Website → https://google.com/io Subscribe to the Chrome Developers Channel → https://goo.gle/ChromeDevs Get started at → https://www.google.com/chrome/dev/ Speaker(s): Shubhie Panicker and Nicole Sullivan TE9880