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Greg Whitworth
I love web development and its passionate community. I work on the Lightning WCF at . Previously All opinions and views are my own.
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Greg Whitworth 7h
We should sync here as there is a desire to have a central set of web components at Open UI. May be worth collab'ing on this to some extent especially given the amount of cross industry engagement that will be provided to the Open UI specifications.
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René Winkelmeyer ☁ Sep 16
Ever wondered how to use module resolution? Or even wondered how to use a Salesforce LWC with an Apex method import in your node.js app (kinda)? Read along in this blog for
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Greg Whitworth 12h
Replying to @brandonwh11 @PFF and 3 others
same question I have. do you all know?
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Microsoft Edge DevTools Oct 22
Enjoying Edge 86? Be sure to check out new Edge DevTools features for Surface Duo debugging, accessibility, and more!
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Greg Whitworth Oct 21
Replying to @johnhazen
And I can't type. They hired mental health doctors for daily ride-alongs to build relationships with people so if they're called they can take the lead and police are there solely for backup. It's great because it's checking in on them more often than not. So yes, more of that :)
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Greg Whitworth Oct 21
Replying to @johnhazen
direction. That said, they've had pushback from the community on these costs. At any rate, I think people will find there are more cops that are open to this type of collaboration. Love seeing it happen.
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Greg Whitworth Oct 21
Replying to @johnhazen
I don't want to get into too much detail here (would be too long) but I have a family member that's a cop and their dept hired for dialy ride alongs for this same reason. He said that it has been wonderful and he completely agrees that he'd love to see funds go in that...
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Greg Whitworth Oct 21
👀 🤔 what are you cooking up about popup components?
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Greg Whitworth Oct 21
Replying to @jaffathecake
I selected it's difficult but we'll do it if it's got a good ROI. So it depends I guess
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Greg Whitworth Oct 20
Replying to @soMelanieSaid @AOC
^ you should use that somehow
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Greg Whitworth Oct 20
Ok, this is epic. Imagine chatting about the issues over Madden or Among Us. Like her or not it's a great way to connect with voters.
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scott kellum Oct 20
When I say Typetura eliminates 90% of your text styles, this is what I mean. Your website can look the same, and ALL the component and screen specific styles can be removed. Nothing else comes close to what our typesetting tech delivers.
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Greg Whitworth Oct 20
Goodness - I am so incredibly thrilled by this. Una is an amazing talent and a joy to work with. Love that Google sees the value and impact that she brings to the web community.
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Microsoft Edge Dev Oct 20
We have five (perfect) words for you this morning: Microsoft Edge, now for Linux. 🐧
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fantasai Oct 20
Anyone know any typographers or web / graphic designers with strong typography background who work with Indic writing systems and who want improved Indic typographic capabilities on the Web? and I tend to have lots of questions we can't get answered.
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Greg Whitworth Oct 19
Replying to @soMelanieSaid
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Greg Whitworth Oct 19
Replying to @soMelanieSaid
this is awesome. I've read a few books on this and almost ALL of them say the same things - edit, edit, edit. This is where I fall down; I don't do numerous rounds of revisions. I'll find the most recent one and link it here
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Greg Whitworth Oct 19
Replying to @gregwhitworth
And no, I will not actually be testing this nor spending time on it :)
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Greg Whitworth Oct 19
Random though: A web layout where you do all layout with inlines and handle responsiveness using vary levels of content: '\00a0'; I'm kind of curious how far one could push this to achieve a relatively simple layout for web content. Granted it's just a CSS ASCII art, but still
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Greg Whitworth Oct 19
No browser based solution?
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