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8 years ago from Marc Edwards, Founder at Bjango

  • Ed AdamsEd Adams, 8 years ago

    As much as I don't think the title is accurate (am hesitant to call it clickbait...), the message certainly seems to be ring true to me. As a front-end developer I honestly don't really care too much about cutting-edge ES6 stuff or IndexedDB and so on, I just want the core features to work correctly.

    I would so much rather have position: sticky; back than the newest cutting edge features nobody's really using. I'm pretty annoyed that got pulled because it "isn't inline with the Chrome dev team's vision for the web" or something asinine like that. They just don't want to implement that feature, so we can't have it.

    This makes a good point.

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