Thomas Steiner (@tomayac)

Hamburg, Germany

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July 18th, 2018

@slightlylate @KhurrumQureshi1 @addyosmani Might be a temporary workaround until full responsive launches?!

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@slightlylate @KhurrumQureshi1 @addyosmani Still some small hiccups with offline, but it was definitely working bef..twitter.com/i/web/status/1ā€¦GA

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@slightlylate @KhurrumQureshi1 @addyosmani Your test still confirms the slow TTFB, but this may be completely different in-country.

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to slightlylate from Hamburg, Germany

@slightlylate @KhurrumQureshi1 @addyosmani Congratulations, this looks great šŸŽ‰. Just ran it through WebPageTest (..twitter.com/i/web/status/1ā€¦NH

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to slightlylate from Hamburg, Germany

Mustafa_x Making sites technically fast is great, but 30% of users still think they are slow, I wrote on how to hack user per..twitter.com/i/web/status/1ā€¦K2

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@dalmaer @AMPhtml I wonder about potential overhead of components that were built with cache constraints in mind li..twitter.com/i/web/status/1ā€¦cc

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to dalmaer from Reutlingen, Germany

@AMPhtml @dalmaer It might become an official endorsement at least, judging from github.com/ampproject/ampā€¦.

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AMPhtml @tomayac @dalmaer Just remove the amp/āš”ļø attribute from the <html> element and you are good!

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@dalmaer I hear people want @AMPhtml without the AMP cache buy-in… šŸ˜œ

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