Thomas Steiner (@tomayac)

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September 26th, 2022

The ⁦@HTTPArchive⁩ Almanac 2022 update of course comes with a Capabilities chapter authored by ⁦@MichaelSolati⁩ on Project Fugu 🐡 APIs. Happy reading! (Thanks to the other reviewer ⁦@christianliebel⁩ and the analyst ⁦@tunetheweb⁩.) http

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RT @HTTPArchive: 🚨 Introducing the 2022 Web Almanac, our annual “state of the web” report!


22 chapters
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@cramforce Cache invalidation and naming things… 🫠

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Declarative Shadow DOM being prototyped in @webkit. 💀

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@davrous @patrickbrosset Proudly featured on the 🐡 Project Fugu API Showcase:

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RT @JasonOGrady: The opening sequence in the Season 34 premiere of @TheSimpsons is a nod to the #OfflineDino game in @googlechrome. Brillia…

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@edent It may have to do with the search volume for those phone numbers to be higher. Also, there are a lot of phone numbers, so it might only seem like they have 100% from the outside. For some more background, see

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@edent From

Discovered - currently not indexed
The page was found by Google, but not crawled yet. Typically, Google wanted to crawl the URL but this was expected to overload the site; therefore Google rescheduled the crawl.


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xkcd: Historical Dates. I reckon I needed to make sense of December 30, 1899. Hilarious #xkcd again! 💏

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@TheLanceAdams As long as your contrasts are high enough, do whatever you think looks best is my opinion. Other than that, @materialdesign may have additional requirements that I can’t speak for.

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@FakeUnicode This reminds me of a hilarious @AMPhtml bug: ⚡️

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@svoisen @gordonbrander @geoffreylitt There’s nothing that would stop you from bridging the OPFS and the regular file system as a one-off. At a convenient time and when writes are committed, you could ask the user if they want to back up the database to

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