The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @tomayac ever

September 1st, 2021

@Accudio @TheRealNooshu @patmeenan @TimvdLippe Haha, nice. I’d wear the t-shirt if you printed one. Love the design!

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🧑‍💻 VS Code for the Web 🌐 reported via theregister.com/2021/09/01/mic…. The original post is still available on vscode.dev doesn’t work yet. This is super exciting, and a Project pic.twitter.com/I2HI7WkWuB

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@TheRealNooshu @patmeenan @TimvdLippe Straight overwrite it was for me. Web space was too scarce for backups. Little known fact: the ‘y’ in SFTP stands for YOLO. ✌️

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@patmeenan @TheRealNooshu @TimvdLippe Pushing to main is the new making changes to the live site via an SFTP session.

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Added initial support for Cross-Origin-Embedder-Policy (COEP)
Added initial support for Cross-Origin-Opener-Policy (COOP)
web.dev/coop-coep/ That’s nice! twitter.com/webkit/status/…

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@briankardell Sorry for your loss, Brian. Wishing you strength!

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@edent Yeah, the mobile UI is mostly nonexistent (but it’s workable to some extent). For Germany, we’ve freely accessible metadata about all books that one can buy here: portal.dnb.de/opac.htm?metho…. It includes RDF machine-readable data, too. No purchase

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ChromiumDev Chrome 93 is rolling out now! @petele has all the details about it, including CSS Module Imports, the multi-screen window placement API, new origin trials for PWAs, and more. Full details and video at developer.chrome.com/blog/new-in-ch…

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@TheNix @hakimel @slides You can still do both, color input by default, eye dropper as a progressive enhancement. 😎

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@edent I guess the most global, yet obviously proprietary, way to link to a book’s at least neutral-ish buying options is through Google Books: books.google.com/books?id=Unp4P….

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tomayac 🎨 Loving the new `EyeDropper` Web API:

“`js
await new EyeDropper().open();
// Returns the picked color, e.g.,
// { “sRGBHex”: “#​ddd9e0” }
“`

Try it in Chrome 95. pic.twitter.com/990uyvOngp

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@dietrich @intenttoship @yoavweiss Sounds like a plan to me!

Present: to RegEx
Simple past: RegExed
Present perfect: RegAxed 🪓

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@dietrich @intenttoship There’s a more “official” feed now: mail-archive.com/blink-dev@chro…. It has the same problem as mine, though. @yoavweiss was proposing to RegEx (if this is a verb) the HTML and write back the links to point back to the mailing list…

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@helmers 😂 It may well be. You can ask the photographer: unsplash.com/photos/66C2MYb….

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@montogeek The better `<select>` is coming through @openuicg. We got this!

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@mariusclaret @web2033 @ChromiumDev This exactly. Any place you’d need to know the color of some pixel on the screen.

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More about this API in the @wicg_ explainer: github.com/WICG/eyedroppe… or the draft spec: wicg.github.io/eyedropper-api/.

It was already positively reviewed by the @w3ctag: github.com/w3ctag/design-….

Mozilla position: github.com/mozilla/standa…
WebKit position: lists.webkit.org/pipermail/webk…

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🎨 Loving the new `EyeDropper` Web API:

“`js
await new EyeDropper().open();
// Returns the picked color, e.g.,
// { “sRGBHex”: “#​ddd9e0” }
“`

Try it in Chrome 95. pic.twitter.com/990uyvOngp

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webdevhistory 1995: Apache and Microsoft IIS Shake Up the Web Server Market webdevelopmenthistory.com/1995-apache-mi…

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@soMelanieSaid @MSEdgeDev Good luck with the next endeavor. The things you did while at Microsoft were very beneficial for the Web! 👏

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scottjenson I posted a more impassioned blog post: The future needs files

I’ve wrestled with this post for months as it’s a topic so many misunderstand. I’ve tried to explain why files are so powerful, we don’t appreciate what we’ve lost with Mobile OSes.
jenson.org/files/

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shadeed9 ✍️ New Article: Building A Stepper Component

Learn how to build a horizontal/vertical stepper component using CSS flexbox.

🔗 ishadeed.com/article/steppe… pic.twitter.com/j6QNYhwm8r

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j9t 📝 5 Eleventy Tweaks That Make My Sites Better (and Maybe Yours):

Currently setting up my third site with @eleven_ty, I’ve run into a few things that proved useful. Here are five of them.

meiert.com/en/blog/5-elev…

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JoshWComeau “﹫keyframes” animations in CSS are incredibly powerful and flexible. But they’re also a bit quirky and weird.

In my ✨ just-published ✨ blog post, we figure out how they work, and learn how to build swanky-pants animations with them. 😄

joshwcomeau.com/animation/keyf…

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@html5test Check the “Super-Resolution Results” section on iterative-refinement.github.io and compare to the reference image. I agree, there should have been more samples to judge how much of the details the AI just “makes up”. I like that they apparentl

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