“Microsoft, in their abandonment of Edge and their own rendering engine, could have done the right thing. Which is to collaborate with Mozilla. It would make for a powerful alliance against Chromium/Chrome dominance.” – ferdychristant.com/the-state-of-…
Well @fchristant sums it up nicely
“They seem fine in it slugging along, in it being buggy. To invest just enough to not let it bleed to death, yet not enough to actually make it a powerful app platform.”
@kingkool68 Yeah, and a lot of the system browsers on GNU/Linux are using WebKit too. And all of the browsers on iOS are WebKit.
In all this talk about Microsoft Edge switching to Chromium’s rendering engine people seem to forget about Safari. They’re using WebKit while Chromium/Chrome are using Blink.
If you’re a WordPress developer and don’t get MasterWP.co – then a) why not? And b) @photomatt is guest editing next week. Oh – and @AlexDenning is at #WCUS this weekend and co-hosting a party with @wpshout and @wpmudev
talk about dev having a stake in the outcome (this blew my mind):
“Trump Nominates Barr to be attorney general” was the headline. Roseanne Barr was the first person who came to mind.
Look at how snappy these galleries are from item to item zadieheimlich.com/a-trip-to-roun…
First Gutenberg and now I’ve managed to convert my kids’ WordPress sites to using Twig via my own library called Sprig
Here’s the pull request of the changes github.com/kingkool68/wordpress-…
Updated my multisite network of personal sites to WordPress 5.0. Everything works just fine.
Beyoncé-Driven Development continues!
I present to you: HTTBey, HTTP status codes, as illustrated by Bey GIFs.
Shoutout to @girlie_mac for the inspiration!
I guess I should look into this Gutenberg thing… twitter.com/WordPress/status/107…
Ready for bed.
Refactored some Sass. Since we have a static styleguide of components its really easy to compare local development changes to production 1:1. But for whatever reason… this makes no sense…
I’m creating a fully backwards compatible alternative to WordPress.
Not a fork.
Not a competitor.
An independent alternative, where advancements can be made, and WordPress can decide whether or not to adopt them.
It’s called: Publicious.
Queer Eye for the Straight Guy sure didn’t age well twitter.com/karenyhan/status/107…