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Charlie Croom
Eng . Working with an awesome team to build the web's best PWA; DMs open to chat about it. Photography, aviation, gaming, and comedy on the side!
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Charlie Croom Feb 17
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Charlie Croom Feb 17
Replying to @pratik_shah @necolas
Also curious what language features you have in your service worker. I've had similar issues and would love to hear what yours are and how you solved them
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Charlie Croom Feb 17
This type of rapid, casual development feels like web development... But something entirely strange to the auto industry where stakes are potentially higher. It's fascinating! For better or worse.
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Charlie Croom Feb 17
rented an intermediate for the weekend to drive 7hrs to LA, found out part way in we got a Hyundai Accent with no cruise control. Didn't even know that was possible. Is that actually an intermediate or mistake?
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Charlie Croom Feb 17
Replying to @srescio @necolas
What would you imagine this looks like? It seems inappropriate for a framework to get into implementation details like that, am ab test is basically just an if statement, so much better left for libraries so you can get exactly what you want
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Charlie Croom Feb 17
Replying to @CharlieCroom
As a follow up, this may in fact be America's Best Value Inn... This bed is pretty comfy. Or it's just 2am, I can't tell anymore. Sleep well Twitter.
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Charlie Croom Feb 17
Remember, there is a time and a place for purchasing a motel room though bullet proof glass. And it is 2 in the morning when your friend didn't leave you the key to their apartment.
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Charlie Croom Feb 16
Replying to @Javi @NachoSoto @jack
I just don't get how bringing back the tweet for Mac app was related to developers :-?
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Charlie Croom Feb 16
Animal style
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Charlie Croom Feb 16
Replying to @sangster
I'm up for a laptop update. Probably go get it Tuesday. I've been terrified all week following this thread...
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Charlie Croom Feb 16
Replying to @jadeloyzaga
This is amazing and I cherish it
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Charlie Croom Feb 15
Replying to @ashlie
How many numbers was that? Would you say they were performing above or below average today?
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Charlie Croom Feb 15
I feel like one of the most overlooked benefits of PWAs is API consistency. If you can commit to a PWA for all platforms, you'll never have to support legacy API endpoints or systems for more than a few days.
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Charlie Croom Feb 14
Replying to @jqiu @yipe
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Charlie Croom Feb 13
Replying to @jkup
Probably have to ask Google on that one. I know the app owners have their own metrics about ATHS installs, but I'd want to see more generally about what % of users can ATHS, % that do, and % that add more than one or actually use them like apps.
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Charlie Croom Feb 12
Replying to @jkup
Logic being that you have stronger intent if you are actually going to a page that is just push notifications (we should do for dms too)
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Charlie Croom Feb 12
Replying to @jkup
Injected in htl if you don't have them enabled, or if you go to notifications page and have notifications we'll show "never miss a notification full screen prompt". Both share a common one week backoff I think.
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Charlie Croom Feb 12
Replying to @jkup
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Charlie Croom Feb 6
Yaas! Excited to see PWAs coming to another huge part of the internet world, and the first to bring it to the app store and desktop! Congrats !
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