RTCode.io – August 2022
rt.ht short links, strict privacy mode and remote output improvements
… (short links)
domain stands for real-time/remote hypertext, and we use it for short links.
sy.htand we are verry happy with it!
efn.krfor company short links.
now delivers our static assets, making loads
51 times faster!
Strict privacy mode
Browsers are starting to block third-party cookies by default.
Unfortunately a core technology we use for immediate feedback on
<script> changes without sending user input to our servers was getting caught in the mess.
We have made significant frontend changes to ensure our output frame will continue to work, while still delivering
- true infinite loop protection
- true privacy, without servers
Sign in with Google
<pwa-auth> by Microsoft for federated user logins.
<pwa-auth> is using an older, and now deprecated, Google API that does not work when browsers block third-party cookies or run incognito. We worked around this and shared our solution with Microsoft.
We have also asked Microsoft to start using the new Google API.
Establishing connections could take up to 40 seconds with Chrome and Edge.
We have addressed the underlying issue and these browsers now establish remote output connections blazingly fast!
While the vast majority of our users eventually get to enjoy a direct, peer-to-peer connection, all sessions initially go through a signaling system which facilitates route discovery between remote browsers.
We have invested heavily in our signaling infrastructure and now run in multiple regions/clouds with
IPv6from day one.
now uses random short links which also support early cancellation.
Active remote connections are now displayed with more detail.
Shoelace (web components)
2.0.0-beta.82, contributed to the following fixes: