Chrome Packaged Apps are the perfect place to start building your app to be installed on every kind of device from Chromebooks, to Android, to iOS and more!
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Sure you know how to read and write files in the sandbox using a standard file API. Learn how to step outside the sandbox and work with files anywhere on the disk!
Share data between instances of your Chrome packaged App on multiple computers using the chrome.storage.sync api.
Learn how to grab your user's attention by adding "Toast" style notifications to your Chrome Packaged Apps!
Chrome Packaged Apps allow you to access secure APIs that other apps can only dream of, but with that phenomenal cosmic power comes constraints. Learn how to step into the sandbox to safely get some of that power back!
Get started in minutes creating Chrome Packaged Apps that can be installed on Chromebooks and desktop computers from the Chrome Web Store!
Chromebooks are popping up everywhere! Learn how to create Chrome Packaged Apps that can be installed on the Chromium operating system and in Chrome desktop browsers.
You've crafted an amazing, responsive design covering mobile and web but what about print? Make sure your pages look great everywhere with these 10 quick tips.
Chrome installed applications give you the ability to load and save files from anywhere on the user's disk. Unlock these new capabilities using the chrome.fileSystem API!
Learn how to leverage the magic of Map/Reduce to make your NoSQL data in Couchbase searchable!
Scale your application to the sky with the high performance NoSQL Couchbase!
The buzz around NoSQL solutions has reached stratospheric heights. This buzz has led many Microsoft SQL Server development shops to start looking at how and where a NoSQL solution can fit into their business.
Add pop up "Toast" notifications to your Chrome app in minutes! David Talbot shows you how.
David Talbot shows you how to get started in minutes creating powerful offline capable web apps that reach a huge audience on the Chrome Web Store.
Web applications performing heavy processing in-browser typically either prompts a script warning or causes the user interface to become sluggish. Those days are behind you thanks to the heavy multi-threaded lifting in web workers!
Learn how to take a picture and upload it to your ASP.NET web site using the exciting new getUserMedia() capabilities in Google Chrome!
Microsoft recently introduced IIS 7.5 Express to give developers the full feature set of IIS including HTTPS support with the convenience of Cassini. In this article we will discuss Cassini, IIS, and IIS Express and will help you decide which one you should use for a given web project.