Thomas Steiner (@tomayac)

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September 29th, 2021

webmaxru Slides for the “Native Web Apps” keynote I delivered today at @JavaScriptCon NYC edition:

- The most complete list (but still not full) of the features that make a feel like native
- Focused on App<->OS integrations
- Could work like a checklist

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@patmeenan Rolled this out on today. Probably completely over-engineered, but low-prio pre-loading my collect.js script seemed interesting.

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RT @ChromiumDev: ✏️ Connect, create, learn — 100% virtually at #ChromeDevSummit 2021.

Request an invite 💉 https:/…

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@DanShappir @rr_cook @googlechrome @webkit @ricmac It was attempted twice for @Firefox: Maybe @TedMielczarek remembers benchmarks that might have been ran back then?!

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@yisibl Possibly both. Imagine you have a technical blog post with the flow text set in Font A and the code samples in Font B. Both fonts should be preloaded, but since code samples come further down in a typical blog post, you can say Font B should be

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🤷 Help the browser decide what’s important and what isn’t with Priority Hints: The idea’s been around for a while, but there’s a new origin trial happening:

<link rel=modulepreload href=analyti

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@hako584 It’s about expanding what the Web can do, see The code name “Project Fugu” 🐡 is a hat tip to the Simpsons episode “One Fish, Two Fish, Blowfish, Blue Fish” (, since Fugu (APIs) can be a delicacy

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Seemingly small thing, but the intent to ship below ⤵️ makes working with the clipboard 🔋 a lot smoother, so you don’t need to write code like in my comment: Non-owner LGTM, please ship this yesterday. 😃

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