- It was a long week off and I didn't do much reading.
- Read New to the web platform in May
- We're starting a longer arc of focusing on what is practically available and more visibility about where things are available. Very happy to see posts like this coming together
- Read Meet Web Push | WebKit
- "Violations of the userVisibleOnly promise will result in a push subscription being revoked." - I wonder how that is determined.
- "From WebKit’s perspective, supporting Web Push requires deep per-platform and per-application customization" -
webpusdfor MacOS, it's certainly a similar story to how Chrome landed push notifications, incremental across the platforms.
- I'm at an offsite and there's a lot of conversation about A11Y and these were some of the links I managed to capture during the conversation.
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