Thomas Steiner (@tomayac)

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The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @tomayac ever

October 3rd, 2019

@0xcea5ed1015 @Apple @webkit Push notifications per se *can* be useful. Starting fresh can mean Apple can improve upon the status quo and learn from everyone’s faults and really set their implementation apart.

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to 0xcea5ed1015

“The conflict was never about Web Components, it was about where you are on this continuum between ‘standard’ and ‘proprietary’.”—@aerotwistt⁩

via Twitter for iPhone

@patrick_h_lauke @Apple @webkit It’s over the top for sure. The “this escalated quickly” bit from my tweet probably wasn’t clear enough to convey that I was being ironic.

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to patrick_h_lauke

100% pure CSS Mario Kart:…. Mind blown by @StephenCookDev at . Because you can definitely means you should in this case! 👏

via Twitter for iPhone

Secrets of native-like PWAs (warning: large PDF), by ⁦@JoubranJad⁩ at . 🐈…

via Twitter for iPhone

😳 Wow—This escalated quickly: someone created aChange.orgc petition for the bug to@Applee that I’ve filed:@webkitt 182566—Feature Request—Add support for the ServiceWorkerRegistration’s PushManager……

via Echofon

The most accessible introduction to ES proxies that I have seen so far:… by @porteneuve at . Brilliant! 👏

via Twitter for iPhone

marcosc State of the @w3c’s Web Applications WG: a summary of where all your favorite W3C specs are along the Standards Track, and what progress have been made in the last year!

Links to GitHub Issues where you can follow up with spec Editors if needed.…

via Twitter Web App (retweeted on 9:35 AM, Oct 3rd, 2019 via Echofon)

The `width` and `height` attributes are soon going to be meaningful again, despite everyone styling with `width: 100%` and `height: auto`. This issue comment by @jensimmons explains the “how” and the “why”:…. 📐…

via Echofon