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And while I'm at it - doesn't the requirement for "added to home screen" mean this will never be allowed on desktop?
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I'd like to suggest that the Notifications requirement seems to be a bit much. Aren't we already getting asked by nearly every single app out there if it can notify us for whatever? I really think that particular requirement should be removed.
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Can we see an example of this in action because I'm really confused. Is this a NEW API for storing data? If so, where is the rest of the API? SInce I don't see that, I assume it is just a way to modify existing storage mechanisms, like IDB and LocalStorage. If so - does it apply to all? LocalStorage, IDB, WebSQL (which is deprecated but stiff works.)

And if so - what happens when I want some stuff to persist and other things to not persist?
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Can I ask why support for a mix wasn't given?

Any devtools support for this?
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Do you happen to know why the new dialogs aren't usable in home screen apps and web views?
Usually minor updates on iOS don't bring news to Safari and web developers. That's not the case on iOS 9.3: new APIs, support for Responsive Images, a new weird viewport attribute and new devices in the market make us check what's new.
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Quick blog post on the Onymos Media plugin for +Apache Cordova and hybrid mobile apps: http://www.raymondcamden.com/2016/03/01/using-the-onymos-media-component/
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Following up on my previous non-tech/just for fun posts (Books I Read in 2015 and My Year), here is my favorite media of 2015. This was originally going to be my favorite music of the year, but I figured I’d expand it a bit to cover movies and video games…
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Also - why is there a requirement for < 5 bookmarks?
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Another question. You say there are conditions where this will happen automatically.

a) Does this mean we do NOT need to ask for this if we know that applies?
b) Does this mean we can still ask anyway even if we fail the list specified above?
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+Šime Vidas So just to reiterate - and I would really like someone from the Chrome team to help nail this down:

1) In Chrome, you cannot request this unless you meet the requirements above. Other browsers may let you ask or have other requirements.
2) This article says it is automatic, but that is (to me!) a bit misleading. I read automatic as "You don't have to do anything", but it really means, "automatically approved if you ask". So I still have to ask for it, but it will be automatically approved.
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Hey smart folks - looking for feedback on this post (well, comments really. ;) Please post there, not here:

https://www.raymondcamden.com/2016/05/13/is-it-ever-appropriate-to-hide-an-async-process-behind-a-sync-one/
So this is something I’d consider posting to StackOverflow, but it feels like it may not be 100% appropriate for SO and as we know, if you ask something not appropriate, you get knocked down pretty quickly. While this is a technical question, it is also an opinion one as well, so I’m not sure. I figure if I’m not sure, I might as well just ask here and not worry about the SO Overlords approving of my question. I approve, and that’s all that matte...
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Ok, so I’m starting off this tutorial with something of a lie. By every practical definition of an API, we really can’t create one on a static site. An API typically involves a complete CRUD cycle (reading data, creating and updating data, and deleting) process for content and since a static site doesn’t have an app server, than that’s just not going to happen. However, if we can stretch our point of a view a bit, there’s room for a bit of interp...
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This is a presentation I'm giving to the Northern Virginia ColdFusion User Group that is open to anyone and everyone. I'll give an introduction to the basics of browser developer tools. I'll focus on Chrome, but plan on demonstrating Firefox as well and showing remote debug for mobile in Safari. If you are new to client-side development and are struggling with how to debug your code, this session should be very helpful. 
This Hangout On Air is hosted by Raymond Camden. The live video broadcast will begin soon.
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Starting soon folks.
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Yep, another lame, non-tech post. Sorry (not sorry). Today’s post is my list of books read in 2015. I record my books via Goodreads which has a set of widgets that – in theory – I could use – but every single one of them is broken. Oddly – dev tools…
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