Being able to run a browser on a server is one of the most powerful things to hit the web.
There are lots of things happening on the web, and this is just a small list of what excites me.
It's possible in 3 simple steps
Welcome to the world of the headless web and a massive fudge
As anyone who works for a US based company but lives in the UK knows, Thanksgiving is a wonderful time of the year. It is that point in the year when we can actually get work done without a barrage of emails hitting us in the morning and in the evening. This Thanksgiving free-time I wanted to knock a project off my to-do list that had been sitting around for a while: a generic web-push web-hook end point.
Do we need a browser in the future?
TL;DR - Went well. Lots to learn.
What are the properties that make the web the web? How can we keep differentiating from native to stay relevant in a mobile world?