From a JS point of view, what I find most exciting is that the new JS engine is embedded directly within the browser and can interact with the DOM “natively” (i.e. not through an API). Functionally, JS will work exactly the same way (of course), except that a lot of the bottlenecks that we get for interacting with the DOM will be lifted. Too cool.
- A few anemone sightings from Vancouver Island last weekend. Had great pleasure uploading these to @inaturalist. Wow… https://t.co/d4EgRPsdI9, Feb 21
- Something I've noticed myself. Hardly need to refill windscreen fluid any more. https://t.co/Pa0iUsbYxA, Feb 12
- RT @JimMFelton: Imagine how fucking powerful this cat must feel https://t.co/UtInzcC6wx, Feb 8
- https://t.co/CHDSEDg8N8, Feb 5
- Productive day. I decreased code coverage on my project by 14%., Jan 19