I'm not 100% sure that they're not implementing the URL hiding stuff, but the version I'm using doesn't hide anything.
What I didn't expect is that Edge would quickly become the best option.
Microsoft refuses to implement Google's adblocker changes, has added the same kind of anti-tracking stuff Safari has, is the best experience for Progressive Web Apps and is on Windows, Mac and soon Linux.
I'm not saying someone should seize towers in US cities and pretend like they're going to execute the hostages if their demands aren't met, and that the demands should be "100 million pieces of PPE" & "shut down the city again."
But I think it would work. Except for the cowboys.
It would have gone off without a hitch, too, if the John McClane character hadn't decided to be a vigilante cowboy. No one would have died and everything would have been ok.
Another great option is to stop using Chrome.
There are other great browsers forked from Chromium that don't do this nonsense. The UI, extensions and experience are essentially identical, but in some cases with additional functionality Chrome doesn't have.
If you use Chrome and you're irritated by Google's hiding of "trivial" information from URLs, as of Chrome 86 the flags to turn it off are gone.
To turn it off now:
Right-click on the address bar and select 'Always show full URLs' from the context menu
The things Jazza does in his videos exemplifies everything I look for in people spending WAY TOO MUCH time on a silly concept.
The final result here is pretty awesome.
"We are not, however, going to be supporting PHP for Windows in any capacity for version 8.0 and beyond."
You're probably better off using PHP inside the Windows Subsystem for Linux anyway.
I wonder where they stand on shooting Tesla Roadsters out into the solar system.
"Imagine a world where the biggest fear developers had when submitting an app for review wasn’t whether they were offering Apple a sufficient cut of their revenue, but whether they were offering users a good enough native-to-the-platform experience."
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