Thomas Steiner (@tomayac)

Hamburg, Germany

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April 30th, 2020

“So we picked up the cheapest phone they had […]. A $20 device running Android 9, with no contract commitment has been one of the most useful and effective tools in our effort to be accessible.@CAdotGovGov.

Great performance success story during ttwitter.com/slightlylate/s…

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addyosmani Automate WebPerf tests with Puppeteer: bit.ly/puppeteer-perf - a collection of JavaScript snippets I use.

- Get a performance trace with screenshots
- Measure user interactions
- Simulate a slow network and CPU
- Generate a Lighthouse report
- Block third-party domains & more pic.twitter.com/hAIvdlbbAP

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patrickbrosset One of the last features I helped build on @FirefoxDevTools is making its way to all Firefox versions:

🔥A new Compatibility panel 🔥

It tells you what CSS might not work in certain browser versions (based on data from MDN).

Take it for a spin in Firefox Nightly or DevEdition. pic.twitter.com/HqgnD0h1MC

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@vitimus1 @ChromiumDev Fingerprinting is likely to come up in a later stage of the process once there’s spec work and a TAG review happening. Watch the repo github.com/dalecurtis/ima… for more.

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to vitimus1

ChromiumDev @tomayac If you don’t feel like setting command line flags (which in general you shouldn’t, unless you know what you’re doing), here’s a recorded screencast: youtu.be/i1Ab7GIaW_o.

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ChromiumDev @tomayac Try the demo on Chrome Canary ≥v84.0.4130.0, with the 🚩 `—enable-blink-features=WebCodecs` command line flag set.

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ChromiumDev The Web platform doesn’t grant low-level access to 🔧 built-in media codecs such as image, audio, and video encoders/decoders. It should!

The `ImageDecoder` API—part of Project Fugu 🐡—is a first step to fix this.

Here’@tomayacac’s bleeding-edge demoimagedecoder.glitch.me2u.

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New exciting Project Fugu 🐡 API in experimentation: the Idle Detection API. I’ll have an article up on web.dev soon. Meanwhile you can check out the Explainer already. ⤵️ twitter.com/intenttoship/s…

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