- Download Chrome Canary. Standard Chrome doesn’t have this feature yet, so it’s time to live on the edge. Of course, Canary can be installed alongside Chrome without any issues, so it’s cool.
- From Canary, navigate to chrome://flags and enable the Developer Tool Experiments
- Restart Canary and then navigate to the site, hosted locally, that you want to work with.
- Open up Chrome Dev Tools, and click on the settings cog. From here, navigate to the Workspace section.
This is where you can set up the mappings from URL to file system.
Obviously you will need to give Chrome access to your filesystem.
And that’s it – you’re good to go.
In the following video, Addy gives a run down on how to use this workspaces feature: