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Staging the plaguing of the raised platform.

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When do JS libraries that lazy-load images start loading the image? Do they differentiate top-page scrolling from e… https://t.co/Tf5C7ozkKZ
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3/27
2020
The W3C WebGPU group formally agreed on a shader language. It’s called WGSL https://t.co/gHf8IwCW8V. It’s text-base… https://t.co/sqMLG1zclw
2/28
2020
The HTML spec now defines lazy loading for the <img> element, with a loading=lazy attribute.… https://t.co/bfhrvoUU3m
2/12
2020
New declarative Shadow DOM proposal https://t.co/C72CuuZ8Li. Adds "shadowroot" attribute to the <template> element.… https://t.co/HZBy6Xlwdh
2/11
2020
How Web Standards Work 1. design a flawed API (it's fine! APIs are hard) 2. ship it in the most-used browser, desp… https://t.co/TKC9XZRsmT
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2/10
2020
Mozilla just laid off 70 fantastic people. If you can help them - open positions, offering helpful conversations a… https://t.co/zypX7JclXV
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1/21
2020
While baking cookies 🍪 from a recipe site, have you ever tapped your phone’s screen with your nose 👃📲 to prevent it… https://t.co/gijhfqDDD1
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1/18
2020
Read: POURing ARIA into the HTML element specs https://t.co/KJ1A8Go756 by @carmacleod for details https://t.co/Kn8dedE4x0
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1/9
2019
When setting up a new desktop computer, is installing fonts that assign Tamil glyphs to windows-1252 high half code… https://t.co/dxujGPZY3Z
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12/12
2019
What is document.domain? What does it do? Why is it bad? (Thread)
Retweeted by html5WebAssembly Core Specification is now an official standard, launching a powerful new language for the Web. WebAssem… https://t.co/tzcqC0QzAv
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12/6
2019
Can we collectively drive down this use counter? Don't use document.domain https://t.co/H0sd59C7Aw
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12/5
2019
Flow is a new clean-room multithreaded browser. Today it reached a new milestone: Rendering full Google Mail. https://t.co/rGEqdQq0rt
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11/28
2019
Oh my, it was 2000 and I must have been there, not noticing the whole CSS Working Group was as well! In 2000 I was… https://t.co/gVsGeYiIhh
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10/18
2019
Just published a post on the @WHATWG blog on the HTML focus spec overhaul that @int32_t and I worked on. Special th… https://t.co/UZL6ftOsZr
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10/16
2019
Hi @dannysullivan, @methode — about rel=ugc & rel=sponsored https://t.co/j36GQkX6DC please consider getting those i… https://t.co/i3u2assKK6
10/15
2019
The @W3C and @WHATWG to work together to advance the open Web platform https://t.co/8PduWzDtB9 https://t.co/aXgp4Yp2fO
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5/28
2019
We're working on improving interoperability between browsers. Is CSS image-set() something that web developers want… https://t.co/UOHeeQYUTF
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5/22
2018
EXCLUSIVE: Microsoft is building a Chromium-powered web browser that will replace Edge on Windows 10 https://t.co/zsybM9ZfRq
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12/4
2018
I'm working on specifying the default rendering of form controls and the -webkit-appearance property. Let me know y… https://t.co/QqOsnvG4EY
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10/15
2018
Do you use `-webkit-appearance` in your CSS? What's painful about it?
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9/27
2018
Read about The state of fieldset interoperability by @zcorpan https://t.co/X7BIl4GuGj
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9/19
2018
Correct answer: 2. When in select, a select start tag is treated as a select end tag. So it ends up being equivalen… https://t.co/YNyLR8NRq0
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9/2
2018
#HTMLQuiz how many select elements in the DOM? <select><select><select><select>
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9/1
2018
If you could specify some CSS to make a <legend> act like a normal element, what would it be, ideally?
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8/13
2018
Correct answer: only embed shows. Like img, embed ignores the HTTP status code. object instead shows its fallback c… https://t.co/C7U7xnr2Rc
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8/5
2018
#HTMLQuiz consider <embed src=foo> and <object data=foo></object>. foo is a PNG image with HTTP status code 404. Which show the image?
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8/4
2018
Correct answer: listing. Like dir, it uses HTMLPreElement. The other elements used to do something in some browsers… https://t.co/FD88UCHckx
Retweeted by html5#HTMlQuiz which of the following elements is *not* HTMLUnknownElement?
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7/28
2018
What's annoying about how styling <fieldset> works, or how it's different between browsers? Give me jsbins and RT 👌
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7/25
2018
“WebDriver motors on to @W3C Recommendation” https://t.co/BdINOaQUBS WebDriver lets you automate interaction with a… https://t.co/0R6BVbRAYL
6/5
2018
It's hard to express just _how useful_ Mozilla's technical documentation about web technology concepts has gotten.… https://t.co/Ga9pH6hn7Q
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6/4
2017
Further working mode changes: https://t.co/jwYSSXPvoL
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12/11
2017
Ian Hickson, David Baron, Anne van Kestern, myself, and many other key contributors to Web standards started out by… https://t.co/aud85idiH1
Retweeted by html5Day 10: Christmas Gifts for Your Future Self: Testing the Web Platform by Rachel Andrew @rachelandrew https://t.co/H2KSMYus57
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12/10
2017
Web developers! Consider https://t.co/RKD7wQwrIP . Is it:
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10/31
2017
"Things that are impossible just take longer" - Ian Hickson
Retweeted by html5We’re finally looking at making https://t.co/iZCVrkYfKW more responsive and we’d love your help: https://t.co/tblAGp7IF2
Retweeted by html5fetch() & script modules don't send credentials same-origin by default. Seen this catch loads of people out. We're thinking of changing it…
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8/25
2017
i did a blog post https://t.co/HzjKNNycyl #javascript #web
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7/31
2016
https://t.co/Xe8oohEEPY Allow <div> around each <dt><dd> group in <dl> (#1945) This only changes the content model and the rules for det...
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11/1
2016
Work on the @streamsstandard has been going great! We finalized writable streams enough to implement in Blink: https://t.co/mxRYwFe1nQ
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10/29
2016
And if you want some more technical detail on specific parts of Project Quantum, my coworker has a blog post: https://t.co/eYNCXCxoIP
Retweeted by html5IndexedDB pulls away from less-loved web storage options https://t.co/WG6b56N1m8
Retweeted by html5Mozilla's Project Quantum opens up Servo and Rust to millions of new users and helps push the web platform forward: https://t.co/WzDhnpL9Bq
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10/28
2016
Polyfills for experimental features are bad for the web: https://t.co/eq8TvMq6Q0 Use shims until the spec is final.
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10/26
2016
📝 Some thoughts on a low-level navigation transition API https://t.co/v5gmPTZXQG
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10/25
2016
We're considering allowing <div> in <dl>, to help with styling. If you see any problems with this, please chime in: https://t.co/4z2nRAG4ZM
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10/21
2016
Brilliant, practical guide to using indexeddb + promises. https://t.co/DgxNN48aVQ by @ireaderinokun
Retweeted by html5As of today, Chrome Canary is now available for Android. Builds ship on weekdays while Chrome Dev ships 1-2 a week.… https://t.co/Ru9xYXBVex
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10/19
2016
Relaxing author requirements to allow arbitrary content in `span` https://t.co/MMrOtiO85i
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10/18
2016
grab a free copy of (O'Reilly) "High Performance Images": https://t.co/BwVHiYjoAm - everything you need to know about image optimization...
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10/17
2016
Try the HTML5 form-validation demo at https://t.co/DxNp6mQ9pP in latest WebKit Nightly (r207387+)… https://t.co/ErLBVPm8UiNice work, @albinowax. I'm working on https://t.co/ji6pAzprrC to help devs understand & use CORS. Would appreciate your insights.
Retweeted by html5WebKit now supports form.reportValidity() https://t.co/Y5hb0dLdFC
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10/16
2016
MathJax v2.7.0 is out! https://t.co/9kLDpj8FYJ
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10/15
2016
Listen to an in-depth discussion about WebRTC with our friends @mikeal, @feross and @mafintosh on this new podcast 🎙 https://t.co/CzH4G47nB2
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10/14
2016
Give users freedom on devices they own to choose browsers based on any engine: Help users, help make the Web better https://t.co/TLd3PPef4LiOS—only OS that restricts users’ rights to install browsers having engines other than the OS vendor-controlled one. That’s bad for the Web.
10/12
2016
The Experimental WHATWG URL parser and API has landed in Node.js master. https://t.co/oaEjQDMC3v /cc @domenic
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10/11
2016
New logo. Go fetch! https://t.co/s1bKi89COR
Retweeted by html5Podcast listening and subscription that works offline? There's a (web) app for that. Check out https://t.co/ZkPSK8C8hA from @Lady_Ada_King.
Retweeted by html5Web spec folks! What would it take to revive the Filesystem API? Seems like things are stalled on that spec? https://t.co/MgTXkiZMCm
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10/6
2016
Periodic reminder that old browsers exist and we can tame them with @polyfillio polyfill.io. https://t.co/y4loCxPBr8
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10/4
2016
Foreign Fetch? https://t.co/hpOb7OT05T is a great high-level explainer & @jeffposnick did a more-detailed writeup at https://t.co/4HdEj5n8LQ
9/27
2016
The NYT wrote an article covering the work we're doing on web payments. It's mostly correct. https://t.co/jAWrB02ZHR
Retweeted by html5Work on/behind a paywall? Join the newly minted W3C Paid Content Community Group! https://t.co/ww16E7AihJ
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9/26
2016
Great work from @miketaylr on a new compat spec to capture all the weird implemented web features that never spec'd: https://t.co/whaZ1igq3J
Retweeted by html5Now I can finally say that Clipboard.js is supported in all major browsers! There's no more excuse to use Flash for… https://t.co/d13J9pRh6w
Retweeted by html5Now approved. Barring any surprises, Pointer Events will be enabled in Chrome 55, reaching stable early December!… https://t.co/dpsFeIcglg
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9/23
2016
WebKit's new web graphics benchmark is rigorous: https://t.co/4W2ysvgOg4 it's also cool to look at while running: https://t.co/AsY5wqYcsr
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9/22
2016
Accessibility Object Model specification now in @wicg_ https://t.co/v9UjHjTAgy #TPAC2016 session on it tomorrow https://t.co/LkBs2cWQ1h
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9/20
2016
Should Chrome start supporting the `ALLOW-FROM` value for `X-Frame-Options`?
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9/13
2016
And it's live, CSS Custom Properties (aka: variables) are in development in @MSEdgeDev: https://t.co/YEuq22JMSa
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9/6
2016
New version of Internationalization Checker released https://t.co/JfV18uFM9s (blogged at https://t.co/93Z24ke837) https://t.co/NZoR0jXie6
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9/5
2016
Automate testing your web content in Safari with WebDriver tests. https://t.co/GE6JL2UmHy https://t.co/bOXA4xLoch
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8/27
2016
Need to trigger something when it becomes visible in the browser’s viewport? The future: Intersection Observer API. https://t.co/nz1m1hqjSl
Retweeted by html5The first commit to WebKit was 15 years ago today. Safari was released two years later. WebKit open-sourced in 2005. https://t.co/L7mPrAtT1U
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8/24
2016
CSS-checker bookmarklet/extension by @igari_takeharu checks page after JS runs & MQs applied https://t.co/yfYUj5cuuG https://t.co/NELUE7tYrl
8/22
2016
neat.. Dexecure is image optimization CDN built on top of ServiceWorker & Client-Hints: https://t.co/1TPwBYnlt0 https://t.co/gXRZZYM5lg
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8/17
2016
WebAssembly support in WebKit is progressing https://t.co/6MGhF73gr1 https://t.co/ZhRbT8wQ0S https://t.co/Mt8kk79v08 https://t.co/AIdwzQMNgK
8/16
2016
This is what I've been working on lately and I believe it is the future of browser caching: https://t.co/eFpkST8jKg https://t.co/D2XrxEOeQr
Retweeted by html5The latest Edge preview has experimental support for service worker & co. 😊 https://t.co/YmCnpzyB0S https://t.co/OskYgrcvkF
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8/14
2016
webrender is extremely exciting for the web: https://t.co/lqjFc5OUSY
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8/12
2016
PSA: The Node.js CTC has decided to move forward with the proposal to add WHATWG URL parsing into core as an *experimental* feature. #woohoo
Retweeted by html5Introducing #EdgeBug: File web platform bugs with a Tweet https://t.co/JDosJghmUw Thanks to @LeaVerou for the idea! https://t.co/0k4EsRwpzw
Retweeted by html5A super-tiny (<500 bytes) keyval store backed by IndexedDB. https://t.co/VcK2EAB5lZ https://t.co/mth7B5kbLn
Retweeted by html5Short presentation introducing the @WHATWG @fetchstandard: https://t.co/NK8NGCZ6hE #httpws
Retweeted by html5Retail data shows: Folks use the mobile web more than apps, and more people purchase, too. 💰 https://t.co/YjJm7Zr8MX https://t.co/WmGX71zAJp
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8/11
2016
https://t.co/Qf7Mom7WnF Add trailer support to network responses Additional trailer support we can add in the future if this minimal vi...
Retweeted by html5Took us a bit over a year, and a few false starts, but looks like we are finally landing APNG support for <picture>. https://t.co/0Ce2u0mGAx
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8/10
2016
📭 Web Bluetooth is available experimentally on Mac, Android & Chrome OS as an origin trial. https://t.co/qZBHaDQIdB https://t.co/jjJaSvmWHG
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8/9
2016
Early patches from @rcabanier and recent work from @daoshengmu mean tomorrow's @FirefoxNightly will support tabindex and CSS outline in SVG!
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8/8
2016
Long Task API proposal https://t.co/vFfFUyFa3w from Shubhie Panicker. Enables your webapp to detect any long-running task blocking UI threadNew post: Browser vendors met last week to discuss service worker. Here are the proposed changes & new features. https://t.co/kx8XxRYjoN
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8/5
2016
Pointer Events are enabled in Chrome canary and dev channels as an experiment to gauge web compat impact: https://t.co/ABRQBcdMcm
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7/29
2016
Guide from @agektmr et al on using the Payment Request API to eliminate need to write your own custom checkout forms https://t.co/QFMPt4F3RE
7/28
2016
A brief introduction to the @WHATWG @fetchstandard and how it is bigger than just the fetch() API: https://t.co/olbM0HObxP
Retweeted by html5<input type=range multiple> has been removed from the HTML spec due to lack of implementations: https://t.co/eg7rwBGHl9 😢
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7/25
2016

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