Thomas Steiner (@tomayac)

Hamburg, Germany

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December 17th, 2019

_scottlow Want more information on Microsoft Edge’s new user agent string? We’ve published some documentation here: docs.microsoft.com/en-us/microsof…

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😂 Just seeing a typo: Largest Contentful Pain(t). A new speed metric. By the way, if you don’t see it, it’s because `PerformanceObserver` is spec’ed to ignore metrics it doesn’t know. So while iOS has the observer, it doesn’t understand the m

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v8js JavaScript is now equipped with a new regular expression enhancement!

@MayaLekova shows how it can be used for finding positions of matched groups. v8.dev/features/regex…

(This feature is available starting from V8 v7.9 behind a —harmony-regexp-match-indices flag.) pic.twitter.com/dYSYkZwSkF

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@neelkirit I do hope apart from the game you also got some stickers at the booth. 😂

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@domenic @briankardell @fabricedesre @brucel @stevefaulkner @LeonieWatson @chaals Are there plans to publish some of the would-be built-in modules like std-toast or std-switch as a coherent custom elements library under one umbrella repo? I could find github.com/tkent-google/s…github.com/jackbsteinberg…

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@FilipStanis @simevidas Please don’t do this, it can have interesting and unexpected side effects: blog.tomayac.com/2019/12/12/sam….

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@simevidas @horsemankukka Track bugs.chromium.org/p/chromium/iss… for all the details :-) It’s definitely an interesting bug…

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ChromiumDev 🏷️ Web NFC reaches a key milestone - it is coming soon!
Check out w3.org/community/web-… pic.twitter.com/MmsIDHGNjy

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Speed metrics can be quite abstract, so on my blog I’ve tried to make them more understandable. At the bottom of each page, you now get Largest Contentful Pain (LCP), Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS), and First Input Delay (FID).

Try it on blog.tomayac.com/2018/07/19/sub…pic.twitter.com/zx10kL2Ptz

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