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Pete LePage
A Developer Advocate on the Web team at Google, takin' the sharp edges off the newest tech and helping to make the web better for Devs and Users alike!
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Pete LePage 17h
Replying to @brucel
Why does a chicken coop only have two doors? If it had four doors it would be called a chicken sedan.
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Pete LePage Jun 12
Replying to @ericerway @ChromiumDev
And be sure to check out for different techniques within each of those patterns!
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Pete LePage Jun 10
Replying to @zmikic2 @DotProto
I'm not sure, but maybe might know...
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Pete LePage Jun 7
I had a hen who could count her own eggs... She was a mathmachicken... Thanks folks, don't forget to tip your bar staff.
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Pete LePage Jun 5
Replying to @mgiuca
Thanks - fixed in and will push live tomorrow.
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Pete LePage Jun 4
Replying to @mischmerz
That should work. When a device is asleep, and a message comes in, the service worker is woken up and handles the incoming message. Do you have more details about what's not working?
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Pete LePage Jun 4
Chrome 75 is rolling out now! I've got details on how to reduce latency on canvas elements, the new file sharing capabilities of the Web Share API, and highlights some of my favorite talks from in my latest post
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Pete LePage May 30
Replying to @hellofriendmode
No, there isn't. But soon developers will be able to prevent it.
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Pete LePage May 20
Replying to @eoThica @ChromiumDev
Yay - I hope you add it back once this lands.
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Pete LePage May 20
You asked for more control over Chrome's add to home screen mini-infobar, it's coming! In Chrome 76 you'll be able to prevent it with preventDefault(). More info at
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Ben Galbraith May 10
I ran into buying this presentation shirt while I was... buying an event shirt. Who else bought clothes week for a presentation or an event?
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Ben Galbraith May 10
“Opening a web page should never be dangerous.” As web capabilities expand, security must be front & center. Check out all the new stuff we’re working via and in and 's talk!
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Pete LePage May 9
Replying to @MissMoubry @tomayac
Yay! Someone noticed!
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Niels Leenheer May 8
Setting an alarm to wake up In the middle of the night to watch the Google I/O session “Unlocking New Capabilities for the Web” by and ... Not only because it is extremely interesting topic, but something tells me I want to watch this live.
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Thomas Steiner May 8
Keen on new capabilities for the Web? Try the Web Capabilities codelab . 🐡 If you’re at , come see ’s and my talk at 6:30PM (PST) (Stage 5) and the Web Sandbox (Dome A) to play with a Web Bluetooth LEGO® Batmobile… 🦇
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Pete LePage May 1
I may have just slipped "Jenny's number" (867-5309) in to my I/O slide deck as an easter egg. Let's see if it sticks and who notices! :)
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Pete LePage Apr 29
I am getting so excited, and a little stressed about I/O!! Eep!! Google I/O 2019
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Pete LePage Apr 25
Replying to @kosamari
But I saw a preview of 's talk today and I'm pretty damn excited!
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Pete LePage Apr 25
Replying to @kosamari
Can I add an oh fuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuck to your ah...h
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Pete LePage Apr 22
Replying to @ajthinking
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