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Works on @googlechrome to make the web better, mostly through specs. Work includes the @htmlstandard, @streamsstandard, JavaScript modules, custom elements, ...

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@samuelgoto @FremyCompany @BrendanEich @littledan @leobalter @alechp @bterlson @dimvar @Gilad_Bracha @slightlylatehttps://t.co/J8IY12rXT1 @Aella_Girl Define "you". Genes only? Current brainstate? @littledan @FremyCompany @BrendanEich @samuelgoto @leobalter @alechp @bterlson @dimvar @Gilad_Bracha @slightlylatehttps://t.co/sUOx2zfRMI
7/13
2020
GPT-3 generating a React app from scratch. Wow. https://t.co/4EFxmjQrTwHere's GPT-3 generating React components based on a _variable name_ alone, using the @OpenAI API. https://t.co/YHP8gVqMLD
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7/12
2020
@mhofman @jaffathecake There's no way changing any of this horrible stuff would be web-compatible... It's too baked into existing code. @jaffathecake I knew this was going to log about:blank first, but I hate the initial about:blank with such passion,… https://t.co/6TaLgqpNaw
7/9
2020
Native lazy-loading for <iframe> was added to the HTML standard today: https://t.co/KgO8lIBdEK Thanks @domfarolinohttps://t.co/yAVDgfEPNH
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7/8
2020
@RReverser OK, fair enough! @domenic Don't you want to look back at the glorious times when you could safely use taxis?
Retweeted by Domenic DenicolaAI will change everything, they said. https://t.co/CPs74CcH3iThis Gaiman "pastiche" is probably the first time I seen computer-generated fiction that actually felt rewarding to… https://t.co/JYoHPGIhH9
Retweeted by Domenic Denicola @wycats Yeah, just backburnered a bit due to COVID shifting engineering resources around unfortunately. I hope to w… https://t.co/Z11XEUTQFo @wycats Stuff like what started your thread is IMO "needlessly" departing from language/platform semantics. But e.g… https://t.co/tREprvCB7z @wycats So e.g. for modules I hope we can add things like import maps/JSON modules/CSS modules/maybe HTML modules a… https://t.co/eyxYuCSiMS @wycats Well, it's a combination of hoping that the platform/language can be shaped to have useful enough semantics… https://t.co/NPwdyuRk7bRather, it's a continuation of the conflict between treating JS module syntax as a build-time DSL with whatever sem… https://t.co/hmD2x7EFuMPerhaps "un-idiomatic" is the wrong word here; if it's the direction things are going, then it'll become idiomatic.This is a good thread about a rather-unidiomatic direction that modern frameworks are going. https://t.co/OM0ZCWmFhI
7/7
2020
I got curious about how people use HTTP Cache-Control, and dug into the @HTTPArchive for some answers. https://t.co/iaPJ58UaIS
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7/6
2020
@marcosc It's just a bit weird that the Mozilla booth at last year's JSConf EU asked people to use Chrome for a WebUSB workshop.
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7/5
2020
@RReverser It's gotta be hosted; that's the "web" part of PWA. After that, the hard parts are icon generation and… https://t.co/bkBMg31nd0
7/4
2020
Going to tell my grandkids this was the @ChromeDevTools Issues Tab. P.S. Update your cookies' SameSite attributes,… https://t.co/naRRvyo0Vf
Retweeted by Domenic DenicolaQuarantine conversations: "We should be developing more skills with all this extra time at home." "We should." "… https://t.co/IWufbRS8FmThe footnotes here pull no punches. https://t.co/zAkJP8KGIj https://t.co/QDWge38WeKYou can have an edit button when everyone wears a mask
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7/3
2020
The zombie sighs. When did he give up on his dreams? When did he lose his way? He can't ignore it any longer; he'… https://t.co/R15pk08nn9
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7/1
2020
questions about event loops / asynchronous programming https://t.co/hj10kOrqiH
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6/29
2020
Today I used the term "expansion packs" and my conversational partner paused and said "oh, you mean DLCs" and I felt Old. @moty131 @felipinhdez @_liamdias @waitbutwhy @tegmark Unsubscribe @daKmoR They're pretty stable. We were hoping to ship in Chrome a few releases ago but we've had to deprioritize th… https://t.co/gsmc7uDthg
6/28
2020
@felipinhdez @waitbutwhy @tegmark I find it very easy to believe that all mathematical constructs exist. Nobody nee… https://t.co/Wgm3LMG10q @waitbutwhy I find @tegmark's answer to this question extremely compelling and ultimately satisfying. My write-up at https://t.co/QgWR4W5nATI wrote about a thing I’ve been low-key excited about for a while. https://t.co/xZvFm0jSJX
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6/27
2020
It's a bit depressing how @nvidia has monetized *GPU driver installation* by showing me ads in their updater. I wi… https://t.co/e1X10v73zd @marcosc Bikeshed specs have no problems linking to EDs so I’m pretty sure Shepherd picks them up. Anyway, at this… https://t.co/mrbPyenQMN
6/25
2020
My answers https://t.co/z6M3KuMyVW https://t.co/oBpoZLJRXI @evilpies I mean, it's an example...Have you heard the good news!??! Look at this beautifully structured data... https://t.co/PGGFIpHpEK https://t.co/49Vt30irls @kriskowal @_shu https://t.co/4PpRCxscPe is actually one of my favorite books. (Cyberpunk genre)
6/24
2020
Do you maintain a client-side router? Would love your thoughts on some early ideas to improve history and navigatio… https://t.co/YyqcheVH1J
Retweeted by Domenic DenicolaOS X's legacy will also live on in the form of user agent strings, which cannot switch from "OS X" to "macOS" becau… https://t.co/zrv5qr276SWoah, this is a thing? I hope it takes off! https://t.co/lNKQupgfPi
6/23
2020
My prediction is that iOS App Clips will be as successful as Android Instant Apps.
6/22
2020
questions about CORS https://t.co/VtqHNIud9v
Retweeted by Domenic Denicola @b0rk https://t.co/rLcVsGiWD3 for more. E.g. you can't lie about Content-Length. @b0rk Nice stuff! "if the resource you're requesting is on the same origin, can the JS code make any request it wa… https://t.co/0EvaXBT80K @_Nec @hashseed @jaffathecake Oh wow, really looking forward to this now!! (I'm stuck cleaning up all the question marks on Skellige...) @jaffathecake @hashseed I found that fast travel points were frequent enough (+ usable from anywhere) and Aloy was… https://t.co/Yuvw8fkPSV
6/19
2020
I wrote a thing. It's about browser compatibility in 2020, and what we're focused on improving in Chromium. Give it… https://t.co/zfgvyemxs4
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6/18
2020
@yoavweiss @zcorpan My guess was right. @zcorpan @yoavweiss I have a guess...New article: Make your Progressive Web App not feel like a website, but like a "real" app, at the example of the Ap… https://t.co/7uVhdo1dVs
Retweeted by Domenic Denicola @devsnek This is apparently something "funny" from the early days of IRC in the 90s? https://t.co/FZqBMbRsBy
6/15
2020
To make sure nobody shares a photo of you, put a GettyImages® watermark on your face mask. https://t.co/zSCkyic3LV
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6/14
2020
@PlayLikeLars @_developit @oleg008 That's the getter; it's the setter which is identical. @dominictarr You want to see a real life hack? https://t.co/CB1tAkuG1u @Aella_Girl Compare to the simplicity of "five demands, not one less": https://t.co/b8Gd8qscPk @welfordian @_developit It is wrong because it says there are different behaviors for the two, but there are not. @_developit img.src = "" is just an alias for img.setAttribute("src", "") so this code sample seems wrong.
6/11
2020
@Raynos What async generators do is just queue up calls to next()/return().
6/9
2020
@slightlylate @cramforce @inexorabletash I revamped the spec to have no built-in modules complications.… https://t.co/chNGoAHDhX
6/7
2020
@domenic Lazy initializer goes brrrr…oken.
Retweeted by Domenic Denicola @wanderview It looks like such a rule does exist: https://t.co/SjSKtZuuqU. I'll investigate if we have reasons for… https://t.co/JmY3tsG1b7The culprit? Well you see, in C++, when you create an instance of a class, its member variables get initialized to… https://t.co/k1z7X4kPStI just spent four days on-and-off trying to figure out why my change was breaking random tests, only on the Linux b… https://t.co/p1UAT8cXK4
6/3
2020
The online UI for messaging my doctor lists them as "Firstname Lastname, MD", so I just wrote my doctor a message s… https://t.co/G04JrXd8md
6/1
2020
This thread went places. https://t.co/RaZMK3OaE9
5/30
2020
@awesomekling @d_kubyshkin https://t.co/Ss9oGO46FC @kriskowal I'm working my way through the Witcher trilogy, and recently made it to Witcher 3. @awesomekling @d_kubyshkin Wait, we should just do this in the spec by default....I was very excited to play computer games this Friday night but our super just told us we need to shut off the AC w… https://t.co/ypdr8NYOoLAmazon order confirmations and shipment notifications no longer include any item details. I could not for the life… https://t.co/cixmxZrYBh
Retweeted by Domenic Denicola @_developit I suspect most people will guess what they do correctly, from their names. That code sample though is pretty confusing. @FremyCompany @_developit Agreed."If you ever hear anyone say that 'Section 230 requires tech companies to be unbiased,' that’s the equivalent of a… https://t.co/HYjnGfAP2s
5/29
2020
Finally, AMP is able to focus on what it does best: being a framework for sites to use that lets them meet the metr… https://t.co/tSIqL3CttRI'm excited to see that all the work that's been done to open up the Top Stories search carousel to non-AMP pages i… https://t.co/FCThAZ29cD @bterlson I think low-level because I want to know how many HTTP requests I am making.
5/28
2020
@pianomalone @Chris_arnade @codinghorror Just saying that I could probably listen to this Joe Rogaine guy for free,… https://t.co/YBXaTXFCzl @Chris_arnade @codinghorror Gosh. Maybe because it's when I go to read this NYT article I am greeted with a paywall. https://t.co/GG1yAoDy25
5/25
2020
Kids these days will never know the hardships of each week having to overcook a fresh hardboiled egg yolk for the c… https://t.co/7wvjZL6d6O
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5/23
2020
So about a month or so ago; @s1guza released a interesting zero day entitlement bypass. It allows us to give a loc… https://t.co/3cH16LCdTT
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5/22
2020
@brianleroux @mikesherov Promises/A! https://t.co/CugOPKXA72 @mikesherov @briankardell Q! @_shu @feross @alcuadrado I’m thinking of all the convolutions this could remove from the Promise internals and 😍 @_shu @feross I suspect most app developers get this pulled in indirectly via a bundler, when their node_modules in… https://t.co/4k3yxSFOYBAs both a former physicist and a current computer person, I can 100% confirm that this is how black holes and compr… https://t.co/31p2xU4sh4
5/21
2020
@aahfrena @sebinsua @kristoferbaxter @DotProto @_developit We are not waiting on other browser vendors. (Chrome pro… https://t.co/P08algjpjA
5/20
2020
Ha ha but serious https://t.co/8e4djsnLgf @jedschmidt I ordered some Kraft "cheddar" slices from a local bodega and it was the same American-cheese goop. I t… https://t.co/EzxsSzhXB8
5/16
2020
nice retrospective by the developer of the Ninja build system https://t.co/m7EJcbsR3k
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5/14
2020

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