Google has officially announced the ChromeOS.dev website, the perfect resource for technical information, product announcements, code samples, and more. Google brings this platform for the developer who are looking to contribute to Chrome OS.
ChromeOS.dev website is the company’s new move after the massive increase in the interest of Chromebooks. According to Google, between March and June 2020, Chromebook unit sales grew 127% year-over-year.
ChromeOS.dev, available in English and Spanish (with other languages coming soon). Whether you’re a web, Android, or Linux developer who’s just getting started or a certified expert, you’ll find all the information you need on ChromeOS.dev.
New features for Chrome OS developers:
- Integrated tabs and shortcuts – Multitask with ease by using windows and tabs to manage different tasks and switch between multiple projects. You can also use familiar shortcuts such as Ctrl + T, Ctrl + W, and Ctrl + Tab to manage your tabs, or use the settings page to control if these keys should be used in your Terminal for apps like vim or emacs.
- Themes – Customize your Terminal by selecting a theme to switch up the background, frame, font, and cursor color.
- Redesigned Terminal settings – The settings tab has been reorganized to make it easier to customize all your Terminal options.