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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 Nov 16
Replying to @stephenlast @igrigorik
Last I heard, it does not. It's not out of the question for the future, check for a feature request, and if there isn't one, file it!
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Pete LePage Nov 7
Replying to @kosamari @brucel
Really? I have so many bad jokes saved up!! Any time, just ask.
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Pete LePage Nov 7
Replying to @brucel
I bought some shoes from a drug dealer in Berlin. I don't know what he laced them with, but I was tripping all day!
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Pete LePage Oct 8
- when you don't want to listen to AirHorner any more
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Pete LePage Sep 28
Replying to @naughticl @London
but in Rome, they walk on the right! :) London is madness!
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Pete LePage Sep 26
can you shoot me an email on my corp account, same as my twitter name
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Pete LePage Sep 25
I <3 , and am down with the driving on the left thing. But seriously, can you *please* pick a side to walk on, and stick to it?!
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Jenny Gove Sep 20
Day 2 of Google Developer Days China 2018! 🎉⛩️🎉 and and are are about to take to the stage to talk about Progressive Web Apps.
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Chrome Developers Sep 4
📣Chrome 69 is rolling out now, check out the latest What’s new in Chrome video & post with at Oh and also, Happy Birthday ! 🎂
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Pete LePage Aug 1
Replying to @grigs_talks
Those changes landed in Cr68, which started rolling out last week. Users should be getting it now.
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Pete LePage Jul 24
I updated the docs this morning with the new flow -
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Pete LePage Jul 24
Starting in Chrome 68, Chrome won't prompt automatically any more! If a site meets the criteria, it'll fire the `beforeinstallprompt` event. You can then show some UI (install button), which will cause the prompt.
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Pete LePage Jul 24
The delay is meant to prevent sites from prompting the user on load. You could add a disabled button, then enable it after the `beforeinstallprompt` event is fired. Remember, calling prompt requires a user gesture.
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Pete LePage Jun 19
Replying to @kosamari
Uh, expense that shit!!
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Pete LePage Jun 18
Replying to @sdothaney
Nothing firm, in development. Keep an eye on the updates post, I'll update it as I hear more.
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Pete LePage Jun 18
Replying to @AngularChicago
appinstalled I think will be fired, standard app install event after install
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Pete LePage Jun 4
Yah, calling `prompt()` will still show the dialog, so you're still in control over how the experience looks/feels to your users! Not sure only the omnibox time frame, pushing hard for it ASAP, but at least a version or two.
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Pete LePage Jun 4
The mini-infobar is an interim UI element and will eventually be replaced by an icon in the omnibox. Until then, it will only appear the first time, and once dismissed, it won't appear again for ~3 months. We're working hard to get rid of it ASAP!
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Chrome Developers Jun 4
📣 Improve the way users install your , listen for the `beforeinstallprompt` event, and add an 'install' button to your app.💪 📝 Starting in Chrome 68, Chrome won't show the banner anymore. Learn more at
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Chrome Developers Jun 1
Replying to @petele
Chrome 67 is here🌈 and Progressive Web App is coming to desktop 📣📣📣 plus more new API and JavaScript features lands✨ Check what's new in Chrome by
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