Learn Google Chrome Developer Tools


Create SAP Web Applications?

Learn the Google Chrome Dev Tools to analyze HTML, CSS, profile JavaScript, Debug and more

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The Google Chrome Developer Tools are built into the Google Chrome web browser. Google have produced a stable, fast, feature rich browsing experience for end users but they didn’t stop there. Google has also ensured that developers like you have a great experience with Chrome too.

The Developer Tools, bundled in Chrome, allows web developers and programmers deep access into the internals of the browser and their web application.

This course is focused on giving a fast introduction to making the very best use of the Dev Tools and cover each Dev Panel showing the most popular and useful, features.

The target audience ranges from the casual user who wants to take a peak behind the curtains of a web page through to experienced web developers who do not know of, or have not yet experienced, the Developer Tools.

Your Instructor

Peter Moxon White Background 600pxSince 2001 I’ve been working with SAP and I’ve mentored and trained thousands of SAP users and professionals worldwide, helping them understand SAP, train for certification and making SAP easy to learn with my crystal clear, concise, no-fluff training courses.

In my early SAP career I started out as an ABAP consultant and then moved on to BW / BI. I’ve picked up many other skills along the way including HCM, FI and CRM.

I have worked with SAP BI (BW) for the last 11 years for many different clients covering a variety of industries and my main ‘buzz’ comes from introducing BI to new clients and showing them how they can go from zero to hero within their business in super fast time.

SAP are constantly evolving their software and my course evolve with them. Stay up to date with SAP technology

If you have any questions, just ask…

Welcome aboard!

Course Curriculum

Section 1 – Chrome Development Tools

  • Before You Begin (01:05)
  • How To Access The Chrome Developer Tools (03:45)
  • The Elements Panel In The Chrome Developer Tools (07:11)
  • The Resources Panel In The Chrome Developer Tools (02:29)
  • The Network Panel In The Chrome Developer Tools (10:37)
  • The Sources Panel In The Chrome Developer Tools (12:36)
  • The TimeLine Panel In The Chrome Developer Tools (09:37)
  • The Profiles Panel In The Chrome Developer Tools (05:16)
  • The Audits Panel In The Chrome Developer Tools (02:28)
  • The Console Panel In The Chrome Developer Tools (06:25)
  • Example HTML Program To Practice Console Reporting

Section 2 – Settings and Summary

  • The Settings In The Chrome Developer Tools (02:29)


What are the requirements?

A Thirst For Knowledge
Chrome Browser
Familiar with basic HTML

What am I going to get from this course?

Over 11 lectures and 59 mins of content!
Learn the basics of the Chrome Developer Tools
A FAST introduction to the Developer Tools Panels
Learn how to manipulate web pages on the fly

Who is the target audience?

Anyone new to the Chrome Developer Tools
Web Designers
Web Developers
Casual Web User Who Wants To Learn More

When does the course start and finish?

The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course – you decide when you start and when you finish.

How long do I have access to the course?

You get a full years access?
After purchase, you have unlimited access to this course for 1 year – across any and all devices you own.

What if I am unhappy with the course?

We would never want you to be unhappy!
If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.

Can I download the Videos?

No, all courses are to be viewed online only.


Steve Kilner – Right to the point – well done

Quick and well organized – just the way I like it

Ivaylo Sholekov – Awesome course for beginners with Chrome Developers tools
It’s an excellent starter point to every developer with Chrome Developer tools

Geoff Purdy – Top course
Short and to the point. I had used Chrome developer tools before, but never more than the console. I had no idea so much developer functionality was in the browser I use daily. Excellent!