Thomas Steiner (@tomayac)

Hamburg, Germany

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January 29th, 2021

Come on, folks, we can collectively do better. ⤵️ twitter.com/eva_trostlos/s…

via Echofon

@henrylim96 @kennethrohde @ChromiumDev Settings > Safari > Advanced > Website Data.

Alone enumerating the sites takes ages on my phone. 😬

via Echofon in reply to henrylim96

@sw12 @henrylim96 At a global level, there is a way better system than addresses: Open Location Code: github.com/google/open-lo…. Unfortunately I am not aware of a postal service in my part of the world that would use it.

via Twitter Web App in reply to tomayac

@sw12 @henrylim96 Or have them, but they don’t form part of the official way of writing addresses.

My parents live in “72770” (zip code) “Reutlingen” (city). The state is “Baden-Württemberg”, but the zip code already contains more accuratgoo.gl/maps/SEo75gknB…

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to sw12

sw12 Hey form users!

Help autofill work better on platforms like Google Forms.

• Use field labels browsers understand.
• Don’t split out name parts.
• Ask for street address in a single field.
• Remember that some countries don’t use postal codes.

Anything else?

ht @tomayac pic.twitter.com/ADZqNhrUn7

via Twitter Web App (retweeted on 12:50 PM, Jan 29th, 2021 via Twitter Web App)

A whole website in a single HTML file: clever use of the :target selector makes this site feel like an SPA: john-doe.neocities.org. Via ⁦@css⁩: css-tricks.com/a-whole-websit…

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There’s a developer preview of “Bento” components, that is, the possibility of using ⁦@AMPhtml⁩ components in isolation—without the AMP buy-in. Right now, they still require the entire AMP library, but the objective is to remove this dependencamp.dev/documentation/…

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