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Chrome Developers Sep 14
At this year's , you'll learn best practices for the web of today and get a sneak peak at new capabilities coming soon. This way, you'll have all your bases covered ... until next year's summit that is 😉 Request an invite here 👉
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Chrome Developers Sep 14
Hello weekend👋 my goodness it's been a lot happening in Chrome land✨ Chrome 69 went to stable which means Chrome 70 is ready for beta🎉 shape detection & web authentication...and more! it is a jam packed release just like the last one👌
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rahulrc Sep 13
If there's one thing we can all agree on, it's cake! Thanks for the birthday present 🎂😀
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Darin Fisher Sep 6
Replying to @kosamari @__apf__
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Darin Fisher Sep 5
Replying to @benadida
Nice laptop ;-)
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Adrienne Porter Felt Sep 4
Hearing a lot of concerns about changing UI. I get it. You like how URLs are now. But we're in a sad state for security: hard to enter correctly, people don't check when they should, and easy to make convincing spoofs. We shouldn't accept the status quo just bc change feels hard.
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Frank The Tank Sep 4
Hey I’m really digging the newest update of Chrome on iOS! Fast, sleek and smooth too! Heck I even moved chrome out of the folder to the dock!
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Evan Bacon 🥓 Aug 31
Added the web target to my game Pillar Valley!! Play it now 👉 or get the native app on iOS and Android! 🦄 Also check out the source 😁👉 almost all the code is shared 😜💙🔥
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Dion Almaer Aug 28
★ Progressive Web-First Apps You have a cool idea, and you don’t think “there is an app for that” yet. Do you build the MVP on iOS? We think there is a better way in 2018, a way that gives you the best way to find your audience.
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Dion Almaer Aug 27
Second time today I saw someone who didn't know this existed (understandably).
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Ilya Grigorik Aug 24
Go 1.11 is released: ... with WebAssembly port! Go in the browser. It's a brave new world.
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Surma Aug 25
Web Dev Pro Tip: Get yourself an Android Go device. It is _so_ hard to build an intuition for how low-spec devices really behave: I have 3 (!!) layers at screen resolution and I am blowing the frame budget, making scrolling janky.
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WebAssemblyWeekly Aug 22
PyPy - Python in the browser, thanks to WebAssembly
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Parisa Tabriz Aug 21
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WebAssemblyWeekly Aug 20
Window 2000 emulated in WebAssembly
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V8 Aug 20
🚀 V8 v6.9 includes Liftoff, a new baseline compiler for WebAssembly! Liftoff vastly reduces start-up time of WebAssembly applications with a simple and fast code generator.
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Wassim Chegham Aug 15
Replying to @NashPL @angular and 3 others
It definitely worth it. And the ChromeOS is getting even better.
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Parisa Tabriz Aug 16
+1 to Progressive Web Awesomeness for Desktop too! 👩‍💻🦄🌈✨
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Eric Bidelman Aug 16
Native support for lazy/defer 😴loading images & iframes 🖼until they're in the viewport 🔎 is coming. So good! <img src="..." lazyload="on"> by There's also going to be a Feature Policy to enforce lazy loading across the board.
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