Running an audit can help pinpoint other unexpected issues in your application. In this video, Emmanuel Henri explores the Chrome audit developer tools.
- [Instructor] Running several reports to help figure out … what's wrong or what could be fixed is great … and you can do this with Chrome, so let's take a look at it. … So I'm back into my browser and make sure the application … is running and once it is running go to the developer tools … and then go all the way till you see Lighthouse … and then click on that tab. … And this is the auditing feature that Chrome offers … so you can do this report on both mobile or desktop … so if you want to do a test on mobile you can click here … and then on desktop if you want to do on desktop … so in this case I'm going to do the desktop one … and let's go ahead and generate report. … And this is what Chrome provides you with. … So you have a report that speaks to performance, … accessibility, best practices, SEO, … and progressive web app. … Progressive web app is the ability to have an app offline … so if your application actually does that then you're … going to have a report on that but in this case it's not …
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