I hear you on the Facebook login issue. I misconfigured the Facebook SDK and it's falling back to a web view rather than using native login.
I just pushed an over-the-air update to remove Facebook login entirely for now.
What I think is happening is that as .limo-container (which is 100% of page width) rotates, its "real" bounding box is expanding and contracting ever so slightly. Just open the devtools and focus on that div, you'll get it immediately.
(I'm on Chromium 57.0.2987.98 (Developer Build) on Linux, FWIW.)
The terminology is axis aligned bounding box (or AABB).
Stretch is a really awesome idea, by the way. :)
I'm always troubled by this stupid design. How do I know that the web view inside the app is not fake?
However Safari itself does do a reasonably good job of checking the certificate, and the view controller does show the hostname at the top.
Doesn't stop you from just faking the UI though
that's a shame, this looked cool
So simple vc math would dictate a valuation like:
Absolute value of their earnings.
9999999 Growth Multiple
+ $1M for having an app
- $500k for not blogging about react
Basically already a unicorn
Actually I copied the original title incorrectly above. The original title was "Show HN: Stretch – Uber for limousines (but it's free)", which provoked objections in the thread. When a title provokes objections like that, it can easily take over the discussion. That's one reason we change them.
Not this one :)