This Week's HTML5 and Browser Technology News (Issue 253)

Datetime:2016-08-23 03:01:22         Topic: HTML5          Share        Original >>
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CSS for Software Engineers for CSS Developers [video]


Harry Roberts looks at some traditional software engineering paradigms and how we can steal, bend, borrow, and reimplement them when writing our CSS.

Bouncy Ball: A Way to Compare 6 Web Animation Techniques


A simple ‘bouncing ball’ demo written using vanilla JS, jQuery, Greensock, the Web Animations API, P5.js, and Velocity so you can compare their different APIs.

10k Apart: Build a Web Experience in Just 10KB

10k Apart

Microsoft and An Event Apart have teamed up for a contest where your challenge is to create a compelling Web experience in just 10KB. You have until September 30th.

Opbeat for AngularJS

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Designing for 'Weird Browsers'

Niels Leenheer

A well-produced, illustration slidedeck packed with thoughts on designing Web experiences for “weird browsers”, such as those found on game consoles, fridges, smartwatches, and TVs.

WebVR 1.0 Available in Firefox Nightly

Mozilla VR Blog

The WebVR API is a set of DOM interfaces that enable WebGL rendering into Virtual Reality headsets and access to the various sensors for orientation, positioning, and input controls.

Offline Storage for Progressive Web Apps

Addy Osmani

A lot of useful links from Addy, plus some advice: “For URL addressable resources, use the Cache API. For all other data, use IndexedDB.”

Building Accessible Web Applications (in 5 Short Videos)

Marcy Sutton

Five hands-on, bite-size videos that demonstrate various aspects of Web accessibility, including accessible forms, buttons, and semantic structure.


In brief


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