Having dealt with a considerable number of legacy web applications in heavy use, the rewrite just isn't in the cards for a lot of organizations. What to do? Let's talk about bringing legacy web apps forward with three great web platform APIs. https://justinribeiro.com/chronicle/2019/07/29/bringing-legacy-web-apps-forward-with-three-great-web-platform-apis/
Are you a web developer confused by "intent to implement" parlance used by Chromium? You're not alone. Chris Wilson has kindly kicked off a thread about renaming this to cause less confusion on blink-api-owners-discuss. https://groups.google.com/a/chromium.org/forum/#!topic/blink-api-owners-discuss/VOXZLnylSWY
Continuing my quest of building tiny PWAs for my various uses, here's my no-frills, 3.4K gzipped, depth of field calculator for various film sizes. https://github.com/justinribeiro/dof-calculator-pwa
barcode-reader>, an experimental web component that uses Shape Detection API, module scripts on a DedicatedWorker, Comlink (because it's awesome), and LitElement (because planning). New spin on an old component I had back in the Polymer 2 days. https://justinribeiro.com/chronicle/2019/05/14/experimental-barcode-reader-web-component-released/
Headed to #io19. Want to talk about web performance, web components, or just the web platform in general? I'll be around so do ping me if you'd like to chat. Look forward to seeing you there!
Since some folks have asked, I moved <code-block> out into its own repo and put it on NPM. LitElement based web component, with Prism.js dynamic loaded langs for all the colorful code highlighting. https://justinribeiro.com/chronicle/2019/04/16/code-block-v0.1-web-component-released/
A basic example of using lighthouse , puppeteer, and jest to do performance testing. https://github.com/justinribeiro/lighthouse-jest-example
Got around to updating my blog-pwa project from @polymer 3 to LitElement, @workboxjs, and @RollupJS. Amazingly smooth and web perf is nice little bump on 3G.
My love of developing film knows no bounds. Developing 4x5 Kodak Super-XX film pack with an SP-445. https://justinribeiro.com/chronicle/2019/04/08/developing-4x5-kodak-super-xx-film-pack-with-an-sp-445/
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