Thomas Steiner (@tomayac)

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June 7th, 2021

@ikol8989x @webkit I don’t know the answer. A Chromium-based browser that supports extensions is Kiwi Browserkiwibrowser.comdm.

via Twitter for iPad in reply to ikol8989x

@ThibB @firt @webkit I didn’t expect to see this to be honest.

via Twitter for iPad in reply to ThibB

All the web content the Apple ⁦@webkit⁩ team will share over the coming days. Excited about iOS/iPadOS extensions and the new Safari design options around theming.

via Twitter for iPad

iOS 15 Includes Built-In Password Authenticator With Autofill, Replacing Google Authenticator and Authy. This. Is. Massive. It’ll make logging in so much easier.

via Twitter for iPad

In case you missed it, @quicksave2k has implemented this behind a flag in Chromium a while ago. See it in action by checking out François’ demo:

via Twitter Web App

After getting support from Facebook (apart from Google Search), the User Preference Media Features Client Hints Headers proposal ( has now been formally migrated to the @wicg_ (thanks @yoavweiss). 🎉 One step closer to shippingâ€

via Twitter Web App

@jeffposnick @davrous @pierlag Yeah, I also noticed this. For now, 92 seems to be the only version this is workable with.

via Echofon in reply to jeffposnick

@davrous @jeffposnick @pierlag Just opened a PR to get our docs updated:

via Twitter Web App

@davrous @jeffposnick @pierlag Looks like the Origin Trial information is outdated. It slipped last minute from 91 to 92. See the bug (the label `OriginTrial-92`). It works for sure in 92.

via Echofon

@rauschma @simevidas The original intent to ship email contains the signal correctly as a clickable verifiable link:

via Echofon

eladsc Positions got the ‘inset’ property, a shorthand to describe all the directions combined.

Now has full support in all the updatable browsers.

via Twitter Web App (retweeted on 7:48 AM, Jun 7th, 2021 via Echofon)

@rauschma @simevidas This vagueness is something that’s bothered me for a long time, so I’ve defined it: The definition as is is now part of the Blink launch process, and obtaining developer signals is obligatory.

via Echofon