Thomas Steiner (@tomayac)

Hamburg, Germany

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January 9th, 2020

Paul_Kinlan We’re hiring a Developer Advocate to focus Security and Privacy Sandbox.

paul.kinlan.me/hiring-chrome-…

Job -> careers.google.com/jobs/results/1…

via Twitter Web App (retweeted on 8:59 PM, Jan 9th, 2020 via Twitter for iPhone)

@adrianholovaty @ChromiumDev @BettyCrocker @petele Yeah, that’s another brilliant use case. Hope you can try the API. The article has all the pointers for getting started. 🎶

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to adrianholovaty

ChromiumDev While baking cookies 🍪 from a recipe site, have you ever tapped your phone’s screen with your nose 👃📲 to prevent it from sleeping when your fingers were doughy 👨‍🍳?

See how @BettyCrocker uses the Wake Lock API to keep the phone awake when you’re busy.

bettycrocker.com/recipes/ultima… pic.twitter.com/rTOrKJG38a

via TweetDeck (retweeted on 7:46 PM, Jan 9th, 2020 via Twitter for iPhone)

@AaronGustafson @alistapart Approaches discussed in the Issue were to just allow IDB to store `Responses`, or a new `Cache.has()` method to get metadata.

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to AaronGustafson

@AaronGustafson @alistapart Just added a pointer to your Explainer from the Issue. Maybe consider adding a “Related Work” section to your document and linking back.

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to AaronGustafson

@stefanjudis It could work, maybe to convey something is happening or processing, but it probably should only be a temporary thing.

via Echofon in reply to stefanjudis

@AaronGustafson @alistapart This is interesting! We have discussed adding metadata in the ServiceWorkers WG before: github.com/w3c/ServiceWor….

via Echofon in reply to AaronGustafson