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Maximiliano Firtman
iOS 12.2 PWAs 🔁 In-App browser for external content (OAuth) 💾 New lifecycle (No Reload) 🔙Navigation gestures 🤝WebShare ⚠️Motion Sensors disabled; old getUserMedia removed 👍 IntersectionObserver, ConicGradients, datalist, color picker, AbortFetch
One year after the first initial support for PWAs on iOS, Apple released iOS 12.2 for iPhone and iPads with what it seems to be the…
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Rowan Beentje Mar 26
Replying to @firt
Interesting (to me!) is that old PWA installations don’t get these features - need to re-save the PWA to get the updated app shell
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Maximiliano Firtman Mar 26
Replying to @rowanbeentje
The old engine is still there. ~2% of my installations while testing went to the old engine for some reason I don’t understand
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سكه طويله Mar 26
Replying to @firt
Finally (Web Share is supported) ✨✨
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steven c shepard Mar 26
Replying to @firt @WalterStephanie
eh. las vegas as a theme?
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Josue G. Mar 26
Replying to @firt
Finally!!!! 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
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David Frahm Mar 26
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Thank you so much for doing the work and summarizing here. This is incredibly helpful, and I appreciate it.
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Martijn van Halen Mar 27
Replying to @firt @nolimits4web
Thanks will do some testing as well. Odd bugs you found🤭. Great work.
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Gabriel Perales Mar 27
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When are we going to have push notifications on iOS PWAs?? 🙁
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Peter Fernandes Mar 27
Replying to @firt
Still waiting for overscroll-behavior to land! For me, this is still a major item holding back web apps from feeling native.
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Rik Schennink Mar 27
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MotionSensors disabled is such a bummer.
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André Miguel Mar 27
Replying to @firt
Awesome improvements but they forgot the “refresh on swipe up” feature.
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Miguel Lopes Mar 27
Replying to @andremiguelaa @firt
😬
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Pier Mar 27
Replying to @firt
Still no "add to home screen" banner
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Fabio Mariano Mar 30
Replying to @firt
Hi Maximiliano, does it mean that declaring in the manifest "display": "standalone" the OAuth redirect will be allowed inside the PWA ?
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Maximiliano Firtman Mar 30
Replying to @FabioMariano72
Yes
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