Today I happened to visit caniuse.com and type "JSON" input the search box.
Even the Chrome did not support
JSON in its first three major versions.
Can't believe how time flies.
I miss the first day when I used Firebug and had a strong feeling that this stuff would save years of my life.
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Firebug! Brings back memories!
Back in the day good times...
Go back with Firebug would drive you crazy. I can't live without Chrome console .....
how did you even find my post ..... just wondering, hahah . I haven't shared it / tweet at all.
Either from browsing the DEV top level feed, or one of the tags / related posts - I don't recall. Welcome to the community!
lol. Thanks.... Are you a moderator here? just wondering. lol.
I spend most of my life on StackOverflow.
I help with some moderation on DEV sometimes, I'm mostly here to write about my tech experiences. I'm also a huge Stack Overflow user!
oh, btw, I just clicked your profile and found you're from Twitter...
That is COOL! I'm holding $TWTR for a long while... :P
May I ask you about why one application was blocked on Twitter? The website is shindancard.com it's of totally simple logic and people from Japan really enjoy sharing it content.
See this: https://twitter.com/search?q=shindancard.com&src=typed_query&f=live
I'm feeling sad that users can't login with Twitter (though they still enjoy playing with it and sharing the results)
You can ask that, but I really cannot help with it, sorry about that. I don't know, and even if I did, it would be highly inappropriate and a privacy issue if I was to share any information about individual applications. I hope you can understand that :-)
Any comments that what channel should I reach them? I tried all the official channels but no response at all.
The app owner would need to use help.twitter.com/forms/platform to have the suspended app reviewed.
Tried but not working.