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Rob Dodson
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Rob Dodson 57m
Replying to @argyleink @paul_irish
That's be neat.
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Rob Dodson 1h
Replying to @sergiodxa
I'm betting it will have a prompt. Did you happen to try it to see?
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Rob Dodson 12h
Replying to @sbesh91 @DasSurma and 3 others
And yes, I believe the WakeLock "polyfills" out there just play a 1px x 1px video on an endless loop. The difference is the actual WakeLock API will let the screen go dark so you don't obliterate the user's battery 🔋
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Rob Dodson 12h
Replying to @sbesh91 @DasSurma and 3 others
Behind a flag for the moment, but looks like it has some momentum.
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Rob Dodson 15h
I've wanted WakeLock for ages! So excited to see it moving forward ⏱️ I’m Awake! Stay Awake with the WakeLock API
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Rob Dodson Dec 14
put together a really nice post that shows how to serve them to browsers with support, and fallback to browsers which don't.
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Rob Dodson Dec 13
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Rob Dodson Dec 12
Replying to @sophiebits
Ah i see. Yeah that could be especially sneaky if the button is inside of a react component so the consumer doesn't see the underlying tag.
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Rob Dodson Dec 12
Replying to @sophiebits
Maybe a warning only if it's inside a form? I often use untyped buttons on my page for discrete actions
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Rob Dodson Dec 12
Replying to @sophiebits
Does it do anything negative outside of a <form>?
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Rob Dodson Dec 11
That's an interesting post. I think the Material guidelines recommend a minimum touch target size and spacing but I was surprised to read that it's only a AAA wcag recommendation. cc regarding the permanent scrollbar setting.
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Tim Kadlec Dec 6
I wrote about a tiny little workflow I made that I've been using to make it easy to fire off WebPageTest tests with .
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Rob Dodson Dec 8
I'd need to check with . I know that recently the team was pausing new features to focus on improved windows support. I think they're done with that work now, but not sure what new features are in the queue.
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Rob Dodson Dec 7
Full article by default seems like a fair assumption.
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Rob Dodson Dec 7
Awesome! Let's grab beers when you get back!
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Ilhan Omar Dec 6
Well sir, the floor of Congress is going to look like America... And you’re gonna have to just deal 😂
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Tracy Chou 👩🏻‍💻 Dec 6
Zero to 1.5 Million coders: nine lessons learned while building Grasshopper
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Sean Lyndersay Dec 6
For the technically inclined, we (the engineering team) wrote out our thoughts on how we want to approach this next, exciting step in our journey. Take a read and let us know what you think. ❤🕸
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Ashley Seo Dec 6
Last minute update means me and will be at Oakland First Friday tomorrow (Table 2303). Good chance to buy some cute ass stickers. p.s. prints will be getting a discount too.
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Chrome Developers Dec 6
📣Announcing Puppeteer for Firefox 🤹🏻‍♂️💕🦊 An experimental project for controlling Firefox using Puppeteer's API. Still missing features but give it a try and let us know what you think! npm i puppeteer-firefox Learn more:
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