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25 Comments on "Supercharged: Live Coding Session (Chrome Dev Summit 2016)"

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Juwar1974
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Juwar1974
11 days 8 hours ago

What coding language is this???

Surma Surma
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Surma Surma
11 days 8 hours ago

JavaScript. Some in the browser, some in the backend using NodeJS.

Leo M
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Leo M
17 days 4 hours ago

Visual Studio Code slyly takin' over.

MathieuR
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MathieuR
23 days 3 hours ago

When a try to implement a Service-Worker, I get this error: "An SSL certificate error occurred when fetching the script."Any workaround ?PS: I'm on localhost

MathieuR
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MathieuR
23 days 2 hours ago

Thanks 🙂

Surma Surma
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Surma Surma
23 days 3 hours ago

Yeah, TLS on localhost is currently a buggy in Chrome. Fix is under development. For the time being, use this: github.com/GoogleChrome/ui-element-samples/blob/gh-pages/service-worker/package.json#L14

Xuan Huang
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Xuan Huang
23 days 13 hours ago

It's weird that async/await version of staleWhileRevalidate seems less clear to me compared to promise version (presented in Surma's twitter

Wiktor Olejniczak (Witus13)
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Wiktor Olejniczak (Witus13)
26 days 1 hour ago

Why do you put _ in some calls' arguments? Like `catch(_)`

Wiktor Olejniczak (Witus13)
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Wiktor Olejniczak (Witus13)
25 days 23 hours ago

+Surma Surma I didn't know that, thanks!

Surma Surma
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Surma Surma
26 days 1 hour ago

`catch(){…}` doesn’t work, it needs a variable, so I’m using a convention to use underscore to signify an unused variable.

Martin Tausen
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Martin Tausen
27 days 20 hours ago

Why use 1/4 of the screen for a static, non-important banner? plz fix.

Martin Tausen
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Martin Tausen
23 days 2 hours ago

ok

GifCo
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GifCo
23 days 4 hours ago

+Martin Tausen Im not sure what you are getting at?? The video I watched only has two scenes, full screen no banner with code editor, and the multi stream scene with Surma and Paul and the code editor next to them.No they can not make better use of the screen space as the screen sharing is the same resolution as their laptop. So again without stretching the video it is what it is.Finally even if they could this is a massive corporation handing out free content. Why on earth would they remove all their branding?

Martin Tausen
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Martin Tausen
24 days 1 hour ago
+GifCo You are correct that if they kept the proportion, and the chosen zoom and angle of the camera, and wanted to show the entire desktop at all times, where would be no difference.But that's not my point. At most times they are only using the 50% right side of the desktop (when showing code) and no camera (to my knowledge) records an aspect ration of ~1:2 (most does 16:9 if im not mistaken). They chose themselves to show the entire desktop, and fill the rest with a cemera of the presenters (and their pants, and the floor of the… Read more »
GifCo
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GifCo
24 days 1 hour ago
+Surma Surma As I said to Martin his comment came off as demanding and uncaring towards content that is almost free and thats why I wrote a less than polite comment.Im sorry but for years I have tried to take the high road and explain things to people in a calm and intelligent way. Unfortunately YouTube comments are a cesspit of hate and misinformation and anyone taking the high road is just told to fuck off (usually with much worse wording)I admit that I can get aggressive after having to put up with this crap for so long. I can… Read more »
GifCo
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GifCo
24 days 1 hour ago
+Martin Tausen As Ive said already when they are screen sharing and also showing the video feed of them up on stage at the same time the full width of the screen is being used already. Removing the banner would do nothing as both video feeds would be the same size (unless you stretched them out of proportion).When they go full screen and only show the text editor there is no banner! So removing the banner would make no difference in the viewing experience.When I original read your comment I interpreted it as condescending and that you were demanding it… Read more »
Martin Tausen
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Martin Tausen
24 days 2 hours ago

+GifCo I really appreciate the content from Google Chrome Developers, and would enjoy the content even more if it was taking up more of the screen. I don't see a a valid argument for keeping the content to 3/4 of the screen. It was a simple comment, meant as constructive criticism, which never hurt anyone.
But I would really love to know your view on this matter; why do you want the banner to stay? What does it help?

Martin Tausen
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Martin Tausen
24 days 2 hours ago

Okay, my mistake. No problem 🙂

RON MICHAEL
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RON MICHAEL
27 days 20 hours ago

I don't understand a single thing they were talking about 🙁 Can someone explain this or give me something that I could learn it? Please? Thanks!

RON MICHAEL
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RON MICHAEL
27 days 19 hours ago

Wow! Awesome! Thanks alot! 😀

Surma Surma
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Surma Surma
27 days 19 hours ago

Making webpages work offline! It’s amazing. Jake has a great Udacity course on the matter: www.udacity.com/course/offline-web-applications–ud899

Peter Frazier
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Peter Frazier
28 days 2 hours ago

is there a link to the repo somewhere?

Peter Frazier
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Peter Frazier
28 days 1 hour ago

tyvm! i am a node jockie and can't wait for async functions.. and i thought the jump from promises to generators was fun!

Surma Surma
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Surma Surma
28 days 1 hour ago

Good call! Will add it to the description. In the mean time: github.com/GoogleChrome/ui-element-samples/tree/gh-pages/service-worker

vidsofyermom
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vidsofyermom
28 days 10 hours ago

I thought Surma was using cool nifty extensions that made things easier but he just made a couple of snippets. lol

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