Want to do web development on a Chromebook using Linux, NodeJS, NPM and XAMPP? One full stack developer created this great guide to making it happen.
How to code an Arduino with a Chromebook
Can you code an Arduino using a Chromebook? It’s possible with Linux but not until USB support is expanded. Here are three ways to program an Arduino using Chrome OS today, with options ranging from free to a few dollars a month.
Android Studio 3.5 arrives, bringing official Chrome OS support
After four months in a preview release, Android Studio arrives on Chromebooks with official support. There’s still no Android device emulator, but the USB debug feature of Chrome OS lets you install and test apps on your connected phone.
About the recent Atlas / Pixelbook 2 CPU benchmarks: Why I don’t buy them (Hint: Android Studio)
Recent Geekbench listings suggest the next Pixelbook, likely Atlas, will use the same chipsets as the Pixel Slate. That doesn’t make sense for a few reasons.
Coding on a Chromebook: I’m all in with Crostini and the Pixel Slate
One of the most read posts on About Chromebooks is from last April when I detailed how I was coding with my Pixelbook. Now that Project Crostini has quickly matured, I’ve revamped my development environment on the Pixel Slate.