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January 22, 2014
L20n: A New Localization Framework Developed by Mozilla for The Web L20n is a new localization framework developed by Mozilla for the Web. It allows localizers to put small bits of logic into localization resources to codify the grammar of the language.
Nominate Someone for O'Reilly's 2014 Web Platform Awards O’Reilly wants to recognize contributors who have demonstrated exceptional leadership, creativity, and collaboration in the worlds of HTML5 and JavaScript. Nominations are due in by February 5.
A Night of Style and Web Graphics with The W3C in Seattle, WA A free, space-limited event in Seattle next Wednesday (January 29) where you’ll hear some talks from CSS and SVG Working Group members.
David Storey
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44 (and counting) Clear and Concise Tutorials on Modern Web Topics Straightforward tutorials on a variety of things from speech recognition and getUserMedia to the Google Street View Image API and HTML5 Geolocation.
Robert Jones
Static Web Apps - A Field Guide A guide to the world of static Web applications and solutions to common challenges encountered while building them.
WebGL Deferred Shading
Did you know many features of WebGL 2 are available today as WebGL extensions? In this article, see how to use the WEBGL_draw_buffers extension to create a scene with a large number of dynamic lights using a technique called deferred shading.
Mozilla Hacks
Chrome Updated and Now My Site Looks Bad, Help! Chrome 32 changed the way that scrollTop was calculated and this can have knock on effects.
Jeffrey T Fritz
A Commonly Overlooked CSS Animation Property: animation-fill-mode
David Walsh
Flexbox for Forms Shows how to use CSS Flexible Boxes to lay out forms.
Ben Schwarz
Prevent Common Problems When Writing CSS From Scratch
Krystal Campioni
HTML5 Input Patterns and Invalid Regex What happens if you provide a bad regular expression for an HTML5 validation? Nothing. And that can be bad.
Raymond Camden
HTML5 Input Types Alternative Vitali argues that inconsistent implementation by different browsers means HTML5’s input types aren’t ready for the big time and.. you should use his JavaScript UI library instead.
Vitali Malinouski
5 Ways that CSS and JavaScript Interact That You May Not Know About
David Walsh
The src-N Responsive Image Solution
Getting Started with Web Components
Basem Emara
Yo Polymer: A Whirlwind Tour Of Web Component Tooling “Web Components are going to change everything you think you know about building for the web,” says Addy Osmani. In a talk at DotJS and a bonus video, Addy walks through what Web Components have to offer and how to build them using modern tooling. Excellent stuff.
HTML5 Rocks
code and tools
The HTML 5 JavaScript API Index An index automatically generated from the HTML 5 specification documents by scanning them for IDL (Interface Definition Language) fragments.
P: Peer-to-Peer Networking with Browsers
Ozan Turgut
Use WebRTC for Audio/Video Conferencing with No Setup or Backend Needed
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XBOXIE: HTML5 Games that Play Well on the Xbox One Through IE11, the Xbox One can play HTML5 games but unfortunately not all games support the controller well. Xboxie searches for games and tests and lists them if they play well.
Haptic Effect Demo using the HTML5 Vibration API Currently working on Firefox Mobile, Firefox for Android, Chrome (beta) for Android.
The Lab
last but not least..
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