Around the Web - 20200925

Brett M. Nelson - Friday, September 25, 2020

And now for somethings to read (or watch) over the weekend, if you have some spare time that is.

Microsoft to start testing its new Edge browser on Linux in October

ZDNet – Mary Jo Foley – Sep 22, 3:00 PM – Since at least June 2019 (if not before), Microsoft officials have been teasing that the company might bring its new Chromium-based Edge browser to Linux. Today, Sept. 22, the hints and veiled promises are over. In October, Microsoft is releasing…

Web browsers on iOS

Adactio – Jeremy Keith – Sep 22, 2002, 5:43 AM – Safari is the only browser on iOS devices. I don't mean it's the only browser that ships with iOS devices. I mean it's the only browser that can be installed on iOS devices. You can install something called Chrome. You can install something called…

Amazon Announces Luna, It's Cloud Streaming Game Service

Thurrott.com – Sep 24, 11:06 AM – The rumors had been floating around for some time but today, Amazon formally announced its game streaming service called Luna. The service will be opening up to ‘Early Access' gamers soon and you can register here if you are interested in…

There's a good reason why experienced devs say 'it depends' so often

Changelog – I was reading Chris Coyier's Weaved Webs post the other day and was impressed by his pragmatism. Chris writes about the irony with Jamstack: The irony is that while the concept is simple, that simplicity can be the cause of complexity. Netlify, the…

See the Agenda for Jamstack Conf Virtual - October 6-7, 2020

Netlify – Sep 15 – Today we announce the agenda and speakers for Jamstack Conf Virtual, happening on October 6-7, 2020! In this edition of Jamstack Conf, we're focusing on how the ecosystem is making full-service Jamstack a reality today, and the vision for the…

Implementing Webmentions on a 11ty blog - Hashnode

daily-dev-tips.com – Sep 20, 10:44 PM – We had an introduction into what are Webmentions, now let's put this to use and implement them on this blog. Note: I used Max Böck's article and his code to implement them on my blog. The Webmentions will look like this: Aaron Parecki made…

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