Thomas Steiner (@tomayac)

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January 11th, 2023

RT @igalia: Igalia Brings MathML Back to Chromium: Now shipping in stable (109)!

Learn more + find links to our podcast and more in


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RT @csswizardry: 🔖 Why Not document.write()? I’ve written up everything I currently know about what exactly makes document.write() *so* bad…

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@pesterhazy @ChromiumDev See […] multi-threaded use of a single database handle is not possible in the JS environment. […] The exception is if a database is stored in persistent storage, but concurrent access to a single datab

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@nelapilled @ChromiumDev In the SQLite team’s measurements, this technology was actually _faster_ than Web SQL in many cases. Be sure to check back with the team if you’re interested in learning more. They may be willing to share their benchmarks.

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RT @ricmac: I check in with @slightlylate, @tomayac and @mtomweb from @OpenWebAdvocacy on three key issues for the web: 1) JavaScript perfo…

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RT @ChromiumDev: The official 🛢️ SQLite Wasm port, backed by the Origin Private File System for 💨 maximum performance: 

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Web Audio developers rejoice: starting from Chrome 110, you can now choose the audio destination programmatically. @quicksave2k has documented the details in and created a neat demo at

Audio to Sink B! ↘

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RT @GoogleDevEurope: 💻 🌐 What are the next use cases to unlocking on the web platform?

Ask @tomayac at the upcoming web meetup @GDGBerlin…

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@erickoleda @ChromeDevTools Hard same, just that I built up my SOAP experience as a Google intern: I created the first AdWords PHP client library—called APIlity (word play on “ability” & “API”, no one got it)—as part of my ad-hoc self-created intern p

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(If you read the source code, don’t judge me for lack of error handling and parsing XML with RegEx in the response, because this was just a demo and also: YOLO!)

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Triggered by a question regarding XML request logging in @ChromeDevTools, I created a small 🧼 SOAP API client demjagged-abrupt-baritone.glitch.meeQZ. It’s incredible we tended to do Web services this way. I used `fetch()`, but what a missed opportunity to dig

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