Google Chrome internal special pages for Developers : 2013

With the increasing popularity of the webkit browser engine and Google Chrome Browser, a lot of web-developers are primarily working with the toolset Chrome provides. There is a lot more to Chrome than meets the eye, as it turns out:

Google Chrome's global webkit profiler, accessible through chrome://profiler/

Summarized below is an up to date list with the most important internal Chrome pages, which I compiled when I attempted to dig into chrome-crash data. At this point some readers may be interested in the Google Chrome crash recovery project. You can conventiently crash any page at any given state, through careful application of conditional debugger statements, by entering chrome://crash. This is useful when hardening complex web-applications and/or trying to locate obscure webkit-related problems.