Thomas Steiner (@tomayac)

Hamburg, Germany

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March 26th, 2020

sw12 Search and readable transcripts for Google Developer Expert videos at bit.ly/gde-playlist:

• bit.ly/gde-videos

Link to a search query, video transcript or individual caption:

bit.ly/gde-videos#q=c…
bit.ly/gde-videos#v=Z…
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via Twitter Web App (retweeted on 9:33 PM, Mar 26th, 2020 via Echofon)

slightlylate Amazing! Cheers to everyone who contributed. Love the focus on value to users rather than the details of the tech. twitter.com/AWWWARDS/statu…

via Twitter Web App (retweeted on 6:59 PM, Mar 26th, 2020 via Echofon)

@CharlieCroom @dluzar That’s actually working as intended! For SVGs, I copy the source code and not the image alt text, so you can paste an SVG into VS Code or SVGOMG. It’s all fine! 😀

via Twitter Web App in reply to CharlieCroom

@dluzar @CharlieCroom I did a hard-refresh and it works fine for me now, too. That’s awesome! Have you tried turning it off and on again? 😂

I’m just -1,671,518 characters over the tweet limit, though. Since I have your attention, can you increasepic.twitter.com/U1JlF2FlAM

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to dluzar

@CharlieCroom @dluzar Huh? I use Chrome 81 and start with an empty tweet box. You?

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to CharlieCroom

@CharlieCroom @dluzar Go to the demo async-clipboard-demo.glitch.me (background on this: blog.tomayac.com/2020/03/20/mul…) and copy either of the images (⚠️ Careful with the SVG, pasting its source into the tweet box blocks the browser for a while).

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to CharlieCroom

@dluzar @CharlieCroom Fair. It’s definitely a priority consideration. The screenshot below shows (on twitter.com/compose/tweet) the ClipboardEvent. Both MIME types are there. I think this is the critical branch point: github.com/facebook/draft…. Don’t have timpic.twitter.com/emEgCxOmur

via Twitter Web App in reply to dluzar

@CharlieCroom @dluzar A little later than I thought, but finally looked at this. It turns out, draft.js doesn’t use the Async Clipboard API at all: github.com/facebook/draft…. Bummer.

via Twitter Web App in reply to CharlieCroom

@johnwilander Just in case the question isn’t clear: Are the 1st-party app shell resources still there in the Cache? Is the 3rd-party web font still there in the Cache? Are the 3rd-party ePub files still there in IDB? With “still” referring to my tw

via Echofon in reply to tomayac