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View open-chrome-tabs-in-safari.scpt
tell application "Google Chrome"
set tab_list to every tab in the front window
repeat with the_tab in tab_list
set the_url to the URL of the_tab
tell application "Safari" to open location the_url
end repeat
end tell
View index.html
<head>
...
<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width">
...
</head>
View appmanifest_221380.acf
"AppState"
{
"AppID" "221380"
"Universe" "1"
"StateFlags" "1026"
}
View npm3 install performance
I have long wanted to understand what was happening during an `npm install`
I finally now have some data on that.
View index.html
<html>
<head>
<script src="modifyme.js"></script>
</head>
<body>
<h1>Testing source map reloading.</h1>
<h3>Open Dev Tools and look in the console.</h3>
<p>Execute the <code>test_sm()</code> function and follow the source links.</p>
</body>
</html>
View what-forces-layout.md

What forces layout / reflow

All of the below properties or methods, when requested/called in JavaScript, will trigger the browser to synchronously calculate the style and layout*. This is also called reflow or layout thrashing, and is common performance bottleneck.

Element

Box metrics
  • elem.offsetLeft, elem.offsetTop, elem.offsetWidth, elem.offsetHeight, elem.offsetParent
  • elem.clientLeft, elem.clientTop, elem.clientWidth, elem.clientHeight
  • elem.getClientRects(), elem.getBoundingClientRect()
View how-to-view-source-of-chrome-extension.md

Option 1: Command-line download extension as zip and extract

extension_id=jifpbeccnghkjeaalbbjmodiffmgedin   # change this ID
curl -L -o "$extension_id.zip" "https://clients2.google.com/service/update2/crx?response=redirect&os=mac&arch=x86-64&nacl_arch=x86-64&prod=chromecrx&prodchannel=stable&prodversion=44.0.2403.130&x=id%3D$extension_id%26uc" 
unzip -d "$extension_id-source" "$extension_id.zip"

Thx to crxviewer for the magic download URL.

View assembly-2015-1k-winner-prettified.js
function u() {
requestAnimationFrame(u);
g = p ?
audio.currentTime * 60 : (
audio = "RIFFdataWAVEfmt " + atob("EAAAAAEAAQAAeAAAAHgAAAEACAA") + "data",
b.style.background = "radial-gradient(circle,#345,#000)",
b.style.position = "fixed",
b.style.height = b.style.width = "100%",
View notes.md

Just jotting some notes on delivering webfonts performantly…

still an incomplete draft.

Any critical fonts must be requested asap.

Critical fonts are neccessary for the above-the-fold content to be useful. Identify which of the fonts you NEED for the first render, as they get very different treatment vs the others.

You want the network reqs for your critical fonts to start ASAP. ideally the @font-face req is in a style tag, following CRP guidelines

View gist:43b68a2b6a38ceaaf345

Just some early draft thoughts

Increased modularity is a long-standing request of jQuery. 3.0 should deliver on that. Many authors will use jQuery 3.0 in ES6 codebases, and often alongside frameworks that have overlap in functionality.

That said, a majority of developers will use a monolithic build. jQuery 3.0 must aggressively remove API surface area and functionality from this core build to protect developers from performance footguns. The jQuery team has reasonably voiced concern that removing modules means it's less likely for people to upgrade. While some users do attempt jQuery version upgrades, many freeze their version and never revisit it. I'd like to get more data on this phenomenon as I think we're optimizing API deprecation policy for a small audience.

Lastly, it's 2015 and the gap between JavaScript developers and jQuery developers has never been bigger. Let's bridge that gap. We should encourage the developer to use modern DOM APIs (that don't suck) and polyfill as neccessary.

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