Thomas Steiner (@tomayac)

Hamburg, Germany

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November 11th, 2020

@anssik @photopeacom This, and the developer of the app, Ivan Kuckir, has recently added File System Access API support. 😎

via Echofon in reply to anssik

The Raven Technique: One Step Closer to Container Queries: css-tricks.com/the-raven-tech…. This is pretty neat CSS foo by @batch_man on display here!

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@kennethrohde It might not be too late to add it in again. Who tells Raphael, though… 🤣

via Twitter Web App in reply to kennethrohde

Interesting—a proposal for making `AbortController` work with `addEventListener()`:

“`js
const ac = new AbortController();
let { signal } = ac;
const et = new EventTarget();

et.addEventListener(‘foo’, (e) => {
// …
}, { signal } );

ac.abort();
github.com/whatwg/dom/iss…

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@dominickng @stefanvermaas @b1tr0t @andreban @jaffathecake This still is the current behavior on iOS. I have just confirmed on iOS 14.2 (18B92) with piotrswigon.github.io/pwa-demo/stand….

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to dominickng

@dominickng @b1tr0t @andreban @stefanvermaas @jaffathecake The rationale is to allow for breaking out of the PWA and just letting the user continue their browsing in their default browser.

This is the _opposite_ of PWAs like feed readers that let you ope

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to dominickng

@dominickng @b1tr0t @andreban @stefanvermaas @jaffathecake Stefan has just added more context in bugs.chromium.org/p/chromium/iss…. The bug is about breaking out of the PWA to just launch Chrome with a link to a website or web app (that is not installed). Linking t

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to dominickng

ChromiumDev 🎥 Fading an element in, and back out again. Sounds simple right? Not quite!

@jaffathecake goes through the gotchas. Can you spot them faster than @DasSurma?

Watch here: youtube.com/watch?v=9-6CKC…

via TweetDeck (retweeted on 8:34 AM, Nov 11th, 2020 via Echofon)

@b1tr0t @andreban @stefanvermaas @jaffathecake I don’t disagree. The point was raised in bugs.chromium.org/p/chromium/iss…, might be worth checking back with @dominickng if there are new arguments today that weren’t discussed back then.

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to b1tr0t

From the official Google Webmaster Central blog: Timing for bringing page experience to Google Search: “The change for non-AMP content to become eligible to appear in the mobile Top Stories feature in Search will also roll out in May 2021”. webmasters.googleblog.com/2020/11/timing…

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