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Saturday, June 25th, 2022

The Biggest Thing from WWDC 2022 - Webventures

Web Push on iOS will change the “we need to build a native app” decision.

I agree.

Push notifications are definitely not the sole reason to go native, but in my experience, it’s one of the first things clients ask for. They may very well be the thing that pushes your client over the edge and forces them, you and the entire project to accept the logic of the app store model.

Wednesday, June 15th, 2022

Checked in at Café am Neuen See. Strolling around the Tiergarten — with Jessica map

Checked in at Café am Neuen See. Strolling around the Tiergarten — with Jessica

Tuesday, June 14th, 2022

Checked in at Bier's Mini 7. Currywurst — with Jessica map

Checked in at Bier’s Mini 7. Currywurst — with Jessica

Checked in at Café am Neuen See. Biergarten im Tiergarten — with Jessica map

Checked in at Café am Neuen See. Biergarten im Tiergarten — with Jessica

Monday, June 13th, 2022

Checked in at Zum Patzenhofer. Nachtisch — with Jessica map

Checked in at Zum Patzenhofer. Nachtisch — with Jessica

Sunday, June 12th, 2022

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Checked in at The Bugle Inn. Sunday afternoon session

Checked in at The Greys. Sunday roast — with Jessica map

Checked in at The Greys. Sunday roast — with Jessica

Saturday, June 11th, 2022

Checked in at Eurostar Terminal. Leaving Amsterdam — with Jessica map

Checked in at Eurostar Terminal. Leaving Amsterdam — with Jessica

Tuesday, June 7th, 2022

News from WWDC22: WebKit Features in Safari 16 Beta | WebKit

Good news and bad news…

The good news is that web notifications are coming to iOS—my number one wish!

The bad news is that it won’t happen until next year sometime.

Sunday, June 5th, 2022

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Checked in at Rob Roy Bar. Sunday afternoon session and a pint of Murphys — with Jessica

Wednesday, June 1st, 2022

Checked in at Jolly Brewer. Fiddletastic! 🎻🎶☘️ — with Jessica map

Checked in at Jolly Brewer. Fiddletastic! 🎻🎶☘️ — with Jessica

Sunday, May 29th, 2022

Checked in at The Bugle Inn. Sunday session 🎶☘️🎻 map

Checked in at The Bugle Inn. Sunday session 🎶☘️🎻

Saturday, May 28th, 2022

Checked in at Brighton. On the beach — with Jessica map

Checked in at Brighton. On the beach — with Jessica

Thursday, May 26th, 2022

Checked in at The Lord Nelson Inn. Thursday night session ☘️🎶 map

Checked in at The Lord Nelson Inn. Thursday night session ☘️🎶

Wednesday, May 25th, 2022

Checked in at Jolly Brewer. Playing tunes! — with Jessica map

Checked in at Jolly Brewer. Playing tunes! — with Jessica

Monday, May 23rd, 2022

The balance has shifted away from SPAs | Read the Tea Leaves

I’ve got the same hunch as Nolan:

There’s a feeling in the air. A zeitgeist. SPAs are no longer the cool kids they once were 10 years ago.

And I think he’s right to frame the appeal of single page apps in terms of control (even if that control comes at the expense of performance and first-load user experience).

Sunday, May 22nd, 2022

Checked in at The Bugle Inn. Sunday session — with Jessica map

Checked in at The Bugle Inn. Sunday session — with Jessica

Checked in at Haus On The Hill. Sunday roast — with Jessica map

Checked in at Haus On The Hill. Sunday roast — with Jessica

Wednesday, May 18th, 2022

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Checked in at Jolly Brewer. Tunes 🎶☘️🎻

Tuesday, May 17th, 2022

I Replaced My Native iOS App with a Cross-Platform Web App and No One Noticed

It turns out that in 2022, for a lot of apps, the dream of write once run anywhere has finally arrived.

Every year browsers and web technologies become more capable and more powerful. Every year there are more kinds of app that you can make cross platform.

So before you start your next project, why don’t you take a look at cross platform web apps. Maybe they aren’t right for your project, but maybe, like me, you’ll discover that you can code once and run everywhere. And I think that’s amazing.