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Adam Argyle 19h
Get a walk through on YouTube as I explore and spelunk a few layouts 🤘💀
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Jake Archibald Aug 7
📝 There's a problem with the 🔒 - it means something different to users vs browsers.
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Chrome Developers Aug 5
HTTP203’s studio is still closed but wants to talk about the web with . There has got to be a way...
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Chrome Developers Aug 4
Did you know you can now set the notification badge for an installed PWA from the service worker? Badging makes it easy to subtly notify users of new activity, or a small amount of information, like an unread count. Check out 's post Fugu 🐡 FTW
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Ingvar Stepanyan Aug 4
Emscripten has now gained an official Docker support! For details check out: - Emscripten docs: - the Docker Hub page: Thanks to the community members for paving the way and working with the team to make this happen!
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Alex Russell Aug 3
We need your help to make sure we're building the right stuff. Want scheduled notifications? Let us know!
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Chrome Developers Aug 3
Earlier, the Project Fugu 🐡 team's posted on Notification Triggers—an API for scheduling local notifications that don't require the network. Its origin trial is over now, but we haven't heard enough feedback: . 🗣 Have an opinion?
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Chrome Developers Jul 31
📢Heads up: in 85, Chrome is changing its default referrer policy to strict-origin-when-cross-origin. By default, no cross-origin leaks of full URLs—and more privacy! 🤔What should you do? 🔹Check what this changes for your site 🔹Set a protective policy
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Igalia Jul 13
Igalia is pleased to announce Open Prioritization: An experiment in crowd-funding prioritization of the web commons
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Chrome Developers Jul 29
📢 Capture Keys with the Keyboard Lock API. ⌨️ Provide an immersive, full screen experience for a variety of use cases including interactive websites, games, remote desktop, and application streaming. Learn all about the API in 's latest post:
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Adam Argyle Jul 29
💯 CSS flex gap is in Chrome 84 💯 play around at this sandbox on 👇
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Chrome Developers Jul 29
📢📢We're making PDF exports from Chrome even more accessible! Starting in Chrome 85, you'll automatically get a tagged PDF when you print a web page and choose the "Save as PDF" destination. See ->
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Chrome Developers Jul 29
Ace use case for the Screen Wake Lock API: turn-by-turn games where you wait for players to make their move. Ninja Cards ♠️❤️ by Zak Hirt uses the API for fun, and—if you win—profit… 💵 Read more about this Project Fugu 🐡 API: .
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Jake Archibald Jul 29
📝 Multiple versions of your site can be running at the same time. Are you prepared for that? I'm not sure I am.
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Thomas Steiner Jul 29
The 🦊 version of the Link to Text Fragment extension is the polyfill's Customer 0: ICYM—The extension is also available for… 👉 : 👉 : …that both support Text Fragments.
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Thomas Steiner Jul 29
📢 Work on a Text Fragments URL polyfill has officially started over on . 🚧 Open in Safari for a very early demo. 📚 For more details on Text Fragments URLs, see my article .
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💾 HTTP Archive Jul 27
Happy 10th anniversary, web fonts! 🥳🎂 📈 Web fonts are used on about 80% of websites, according to HTTP Archive data. They've come a long way!
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Chrome Developers Jul 27
Learn how the browser-nativefs 💾 support library has helped (and is still helping) navigate the changes during the Native File System API’s origin trial phase: 👉 by Project Fugu 🐡—Progressively enhancing & closing the app gap.
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Rick Viscomi Jul 26
Resharing two episodes I did for the State of the Web series on today's 30th anniversary of the Americans With Disabilities Act. In January 2019 I spoke with Nektarios Paisios from the Chrome Accessibility team about making the web more accessible.
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Thomas Steiner Jul 25
🗣 Heads up: Chrome 86 will introduce BREAKING changes to the Native File System API: . 🛀 Users of the browser-nativefs 💾 library can relax: I've taken care of it for you in v0.10.0: . Just update and be good, that's it…
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