Thomas Steiner (@tomayac)

Hamburg, Germany

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September 28th, 2020

@apassant All the best, Alex! Fingers crossed 🤞, or as the German saying goes: thumbs pressed!

via Echofon in reply to apassant

LeonieWatson 📢 How screen readers navigate data tables (+video demonstration) tink.uk/how-screen-rea…

via TW Blue (retweeted on 11:47 PM, Sep 28th, 2020 via Echofon)

@jaffathecake @hashseed @RReverser @mrdoob Are you talking about web.dev/storage-for-th…? FWIW, in the context of the original post, I was purely focusing on service worker installations. Or were you referring to both?

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to jaffathecake

@jaffathecake @hashseed @RReverser @mrdoob Absolutely on-board with this not being desirable in the general case. I just always wondered if at one point we’d be forced to house-keep service worker installations.

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to jaffathecake

@sulco As the author of the custom element watching you code this was fun. Apparently I got something right! 😊
If you grant me the usage rights, I’d love to add the video to the official README (with attribution of course). If you can imagine this,

via Echofon in reply to sulco

sulco Just tried the `<dark-mode-toggle>` custom element and dang, implementing a dark/light theme has never been easier.

1⃣ - add a script tag
2⃣ - and the element to the page
3⃣ - create the dark stylesheet

I mean… that’s it 😲 pic.twitter.com/RB8sJudNvE

via Twitter Web App (retweeted on 11:25 PM, Sep 28th, 2020 via Echofon)

@hashseed @jaffathecake @RReverser @mrdoob DevTools on top of things—as always! 👏
Was wondering if at one point we’d need to adopt@webkitt’s way: “To keep only the stored information that is useful to the user, WebKit will remove unused servicewebkit.org/blog/8090/work…

via Echofon in reply to hashseed

@bgbrunocom @ChromiumDev It’s used in a lot of places, one of which is Google Search: web.dev/text-fragments…. Also Edge Collections: twitter.com/mattle/status/…. And of course a lot of individual usage.

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to bgbrunocom

ChromiumDev The Text Fragment URL feature and the Link to Text Fragment extension have seen great adoption (twitter.com/ChromiumDev/st…).

🔗 #:~:text=Yay

We’re happy to report that a first version of the extension is available for 🧭 @webkit
Safari: apps.apple.com/app/link-to-te… (Made by @tomayac).

via TweetDeck (retweeted on 1:37 PM, Sep 28th, 2020 via Twitter for iPhone)

ChromiumDev 🎉 Good news for people interested in the Notification Triggers API: after a short break (twitter.com/ChromiumDev/st…), the API is now in active development again.

@tomayac has updated the post with a link to a 🆕 origin trial for you to try out the API:

👉 web.dev/notification-t…

via TweetDeck (retweeted on 12:41 PM, Sep 28th, 2020 via Twitter Web App)