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Marcus Hellberg
Lead Developer Advocate at Vaadin. Mostly tweeting about PWA, Web Components and web dev. Into cooking, travel, hiking, nature and fly fishing.
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Marcus Hellberg 1h
Yeah, that would be the best solution IMO. It wouldn't break the experience for anyone, but would make it much easier for people to start using the snooze feature in
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Marcus Hellberg 1h
Why does the app have both left and right swipe mapped to archiving an email? If left swipe could be mapped to snooze instead, moving from would be so much less painful.
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KΞNNΞTH C.⚡🇩🇰 16h
There is reason to be very excited about Microsoft adopting Chromium! 🎉🎊🕺 Intent to implement HTML modules!
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Marcus Hellberg 4h
I'm a very pragmatic person. I could see that being a useful pattern in some cases. I'm not going to get my pitchfork out for this 😉
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Matti Tahvonen 7h
Help OSS enthusiasts to help you - 5 tips to get your issue solved quicker
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Marcus Hellberg Jan 11
Updated my tutorial series to 2.0.0-rc.2!
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KΞNNΞTH C.⚡🇩🇰 Jan 10
And LitElement 2.0.0 Release Candidate 1 is out! 👉 Support for more efficient static CSS 👉 Moved to lit-element on NPM 👉 Supports decorators with Babel and TypeScript
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ng-newsletter Jan 10
"How to use Web Components in Angular" from
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Justin Fagnani Jan 9
🎉 New year, new lit-html release candidate! 🎁 1.0.0-rc.2 is out with just a couple of bug fixes, and one small new feature. Please try this one out, we're getting close!
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Fidèle Palouki Jan 9
Want an intro to ? Checkout this 5 parts series by engineer . By the end you will have built a Lightweight PWA with Offline support, Route-based Code-splitting and State management with Redux 🔥! Start here 👉
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Marcus Hellberg Jan 7
Replying to @Icelandair
Thanks. Another thing: after purchasing a trip, I would really like to see it listed under my profile on the website. Now I purchased a trip without 100% of what it was, didn't get an email confirmation and can't find the trip listed anywhere on the site 😱
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Marcus Hellberg Jan 7
- it's super stressful to buy a ticket on your site because the payment confirmation page doesn't have a summary of what I'm buying. If I'm buying a non-changeable/refundable ticket, I want to be sure that I selected the right days and cities before purchasing.
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Justin Fagnani Jan 3
🎉 Firefox just implemented dynamic import()! 🎉
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Addy Osmani Jan 1
Tip: & support top-level await in the console! Useful for local experiments without using async functions.
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Marcus Hellberg Dec 21
Time to unplug until next year: turn off notifications, emails and just enjoy 😌
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Marcus Hellberg Dec 21
Replying to @passle_ @vaadin @jouni
All credit for this goes to the awesome 👏
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Marcus Hellberg Dec 18
Replying to @tomayac @kennethrohde
I think I found all of them. The site should get updated shortly 🤞
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Marcus Hellberg Dec 18
Replying to @tomayac @kennethrohde
😱 that is certainly not supposed to be. Where did you run into these links, I'll fix them immediately
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Marcus Hellberg Dec 18
Replying to @chazzer @vaadin
Don't worry about that :) What I wanted to hear with this poll is how many find it useful to also have a video version. Some people tend to learn better by seeing it concretely done in a video. Thanks for sharing your thoughts!
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Marcus Hellberg Dec 18
New 5-part text & video tutorial on building an app with , covering: 🔥 templating ⚛️ state management with 🚢 navigation and code splitting with router & 📵 and offline 👀
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