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Jake Archibald
Googler & catdad. I want the web to do what native does best, and fast. No thoughts go unpublished. 'IMO' implicit.
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Chrome Developers 14h
In response to 's article on Wake Locks β˜•πŸ”’ (), has been experimenting and created two demos: πŸ‘‰ A talking screensaver πŸ’¬ for a `screen` wake lock πŸ‘‰ A run tracker πŸ‘Ÿ for a `system` wake lock Read here β†’
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Surma 12h
Part two of our HTTP203 World Cup of Best Web Features 2018 is out! and I are going to take a breather tomorrow and then figure out the other 2 semi-finalists and the winner on Thursday and Friday!
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Jake Archibald 15h
Sure, but they're also significantly different already.
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Jake Archibald 15h
Replying to @jaffathecake
The sharp RGB->YUV conversion makes a substantial difference with icons, where colour change is pretty subtle.
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Jake Archibald 15h
🎨 Bugfix release of . ➑️ Improved stability on iOS (I think. I've been having trouble recreating some reported issues). ➑️ Removed some UI jank. ➑️ Fixed "Sharp RGB->YUV conversion" on WebP.
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Jake Archibald 18h
I'm sorry to see an engine go, but I'm waiting to see how the governance model adapts. We still have 3 independent engines though.
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Chrome Developers 22h
πŸŽ₯ What's the best web feature that landed in Chrome in 2018? and try to figure it out.
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Jake Archibald 22h
`.body` is supported, as is using a stream as a body for responses, but yeah, it isn't supported on requests yet.
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Aaron Gustafson Dec 17
The first (of many) commits from the Edge team to Chromium: Congrats !
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Jake Archibald Dec 17
Replying to @dilski @DasSurma
We're recording a podcast tomorrow πŸ˜€
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Jake Archibald Dec 17
Replying to @Koen_Cor @DasSurma
That's fair, but it wouldn't be very "2018" if we didn't (also, the "new in Chrome" posts were a handy way to enumerate content)
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Jake Archibald Dec 17
πŸŽ₯ What's the best web feature that landed in 2018? and I compared 32 features (!!) in a knockout tournament, and decided which is "the best". Here's part 1:
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Jake Archibald Dec 17
Replying to @giljjj
Did we get the right answer? πŸ˜€
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Jake Archibald Dec 17
Replying to @joshvickerson
Good point. Similar comment:
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Jake Archibald Dec 17
Formula E got the drivers to do little "sad reactions" for the graphics when they crash. Brilliant.
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Jake Archibald Dec 17
Replying to @ironfroggy
In theory yeah
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Jake Archibald Dec 17
We keep discussing "periodic sync", which would give you a service worker event that fires at an OS-controlled interval, which you can use to update caches etc. I feel that push covers most of the use-cases, and periodic sync would be bad for privacy. Am I missing something?
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Jake Archibald Dec 17
Replying to @ireaderinokun
Here's one of the examples. This div is pointer-events:none, but all the children are pointer-events:auto. That means you can click through to the canvas in between the buttons.
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Jake Archibald Dec 17
Replying to @ireaderinokun
No problem!
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Jake Archibald Dec 17
Replying to @ireaderinokun
Also, on it's used on layout elements where the children of a flexbox should be interactive, but clicks between them should fall to elements in the background
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