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I ever tell you that time about how much I hate Apple products?
Have to integrate Apple Pay into our app. I'm a linux user but I need an Apple product to actually use Apple Pay. So I cannot test without an Apple product. In this case I need Safari. Ugh.
Had to go pick up a Mac Book Pro from office today just for this project.
I could never use Apple products as my primary device. it would take me weeks just to become proficient at navigating around.
My boss is an Apple evangelist so we had a wonderful conversation today.9
ugh apple has so unfair advantage with safari that i feel anger for chrome and google to be stupid enough to let this go and not sue.
run 40 tabs on safari, each with videos running actively in each tab, it won't even flinch.
run 2 tabs on chrome with static content, and its using 17.5 gb of ram and running 432 threads
m1 laptop. and my total ram is fucking 8gb!
and obviously enough, safari has neither any good extensions nor a good ui and nor a fucking android app to sync history.
browser wars are stupid and making me mad every breath. should i choose between being the dunbest fuck nd run everything in a smooth running browser without any features or should i run in a nice dat syncing browser with great community BUT IS KILLING MY RAM ,BATTERY AND MAKING ME REBOOT EVERY 30 MINS!!!15
Client: bug: downloading invoice pdf filename is F0000%20client%20project.pdf, fix this!
Dev: Safari browser has this problem since 2014, options are installing chrome on mac or saving file as F0000_client_project.pdf
Client: no, fix this!
Saw a Job ad stating they give a brand new MacBook Air as you get hired (as a FrontEnd developer)
Is this a red flag? BC to me it really looks like a red flag.
Why would I specifically need a Mac? Just to test stuff on shitty Safari? I really hope so and I also really hope that it won't be to start developing iOS apps11
TIL ECMAScript (2015) supports tail call optimization, except virtually only safari can do that, making it useless1
Ok so, another post got me thinking…
Every browser I’ve tried sucks one way or another. Chrome, Firefox, Vivaldi etc…
Safari on my work Mac is so far the least annoying one, although it seems to have an issue with Google’s services…
On my personal computer (Linux) I use mainly Vivaldi, tho I have Firefox installed as well since apparently Vivaldi doesn’t quite support everything on the interwebs…
So, fellow ranters, what are your favoured browsers (all platforms go!) and most importantly, why?12