Thomas Steiner (@tomayac)

Hamburg, Germany

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April 10th, 2021

Monster Mash: A Sketch-Based Tool for Casual 3D Modeling and Animation: ai.googleblog.com/2021/04/monste…. The demo is really impressive: monstermash.zone.

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@oliverturner @geoffreycrofte FWIW, here’s the waterfall of my blog, where I have implemented said splitting (and where this is a clearly over-engineered pattern), and it works just fine thanks to H/2: webpagetest.org/result/210410_… (Yes, I need to fix my cach

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@oliverturner @geoffreycrofte An interesting idea for certain scenarios might be to inline the split files as data URLs. Like that you have a clear separation and no additional HTTP requests, at the expense of caching. With HTTP/2, request overhead often

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New arXiv paper 📄: Accessing HID Devices on the Web With the API: How to play the Chrome Dino Game by Jumping With a Nintendo Joy-Con Controller in One’s Pocket. 🦖 arxiv.org/abs/2104.02392. For @TheWebConf Developers Track.

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@geoffreycrofte @oliverturner For small sites I wouldn’t bother with separate files, but for typical large sites (think e-commerce sites for example) or high-performance sites (think Google) with dozens of rules needed to deal with special cases or load

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