Eric Bidelman

Eric Bidelman

Engineer at Google working on web tooling: Headless Chrome, Puppeteer, Lighthouse

Working with the new CSS Typed Object Model

CSS Typed Object Model (Typed OM) brings types, methods, and a flexible object model to working with CSS values. Shipped in Chrome 66.

Eric Bidelman

Eric Bidelman

An event for CSS position:sticky

Using position - sticky and IntersectionObserver together to determine when elements become sticky. Apply scroll effects without scroll events!

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Eric Bidelman

Automated testing with Headless Chrome

Automated testing with Headless Chrome

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Eric Bidelman

Getting Started with Headless Chrome

Getting started with Headless Chrome

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Eric Bidelman

Lighthouse January 2017 update

What's new in Lighthouse 1.5.

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Brendan Kenny, Eric Bidelman

Building a better web with Lighthouse

What's new in Lighthouse. Redesign, new best practice audits, and an online report viewer.

Eric Bidelman

Eric Bidelman

BroadcastChannel API - A message bus for the web

BroadcastChannel API can be used for simple pub/sub between windows, tabs, iframes, or workers.

Eric Bidelman

Eric Bidelman

Easy URL manipulation with URLSearchParams

TURLSearchParams trivial access and manipulation of the URL's query string

Eric Bidelman

Eric Bidelman

Web apps that talk - Introduction to the Speech Synthesis API

Introduction to the Web Speech API's synthesis feature.

Eric Bidelman

Eric Bidelman

Chrome Dev Summit - Polymer declarative, encapsulated, reusable components

Polymer is a gateway into the amazing future of Web Components. Learn more about Web Components and Polymer from the Chrome Dev Summit

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Eric Bidelman

Visualizing shadow DOM concepts

Visualizing shadow DOM concepts

Eric Bidelman

Eric Bidelman

Canvas-driven background images

Powering a css background using canvas or webgl

Eric Bidelman

Eric Bidelman

Stick your landings! position - sticky lands in WebKit

Stick your landings! position - sticky lands in WebKit

Eric Bidelman

Eric Bidelman

Integrating input[type=file] with the Filesystem API

Integrating input[type=file] with the Filesystem API

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Eric Bidelman

Arrived! xhr.send(ArrayBufferViews)

Arrived! xhr.send(ArrayBufferViews)

Eric Bidelman

Eric Bidelman

Don't build blobs, construct them

Recent spec changes to the File API include a new constructor for Blob, which essentially makes BlobBuilder irrelevant.

Eric Bidelman

Eric Bidelman

Processing XHR2 file uploads in PHP

A server code example to illustrate how to handle file uploads

Eric Bidelman

Eric Bidelman

Taking an entire page offline using the HTML5 FileSystem API

FileSystem API allows to programmatically store files and folder hierarchies in the local (sandboxed) filesystem and subsequently add/update/remove individual resources as necessary

Eric Bidelman

Eric Bidelman

HTML5 audio and the Web Audio API are BFFs

createMediaElementSource() allows you to combine HTML5 <audio> with the visualization, filter, and processing power of the Web Audio API.

Eric Bidelman

Eric Bidelman

Getting rid of synchronous XHRs

Heads up! The XMLHttpRequest2 spec was recently changed to prohibit sending a synchronous request when XMLHttpRequest.responseType is set.

Eric Bidelman

Eric Bidelman

CSS Filter Effects landing in WebKit

Adobe have been hard at work bringing this amazing technology to CSS. Specifically, I'm referring to CSS Filter Effects 1.0, which WebKit has started to implement.

Eric Bidelman

Eric Bidelman

Transferable objects - Lightning fast

With transferable objects, data is transferred from one context to another. It is zero-copy, which vastly improves the performance of sending data to a Worker.

Eric Bidelman

Eric Bidelman

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