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HTML 5 - Please enable images? :-) Weekly Issue 126
February 26, 2014
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Welcome to issue 126 of HTML5 Weekly. We had many reports last week's issue was not received by many subscribers, so if you want to catch up you can read issue 125 on our site. We'll be keeping an eye on things to improve deliverability each issue.
Introducing Ratchet 2: Build Mobile Apps with Simple HTML‚ CSS‚ and JS Components
Bootstrap Blog
Camp Sass: A 1 Day Sass Conference in San Francisco (April 19) Being put on by the creator of Sass himself.
Hampton Catlin
Microsoft to Ship a WebDriver Implementation from IE11+
Wanted: Awesome HTML5 App Ports for Firefox OS & the Open Web
Mozilla Hacks
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Frontend Masters
How to Use The HTML5 Sectioning Elements
Treehouse Blog
W3C HTML JSON Form Submission (Unofficial Draft) A spec defining a new form encoding algorithm that enables the transmission of form data as JSON. Instead of capturing form data as an array of key-value pairs, it relies on a simple name attribute syntax that makes it possible to capture rich data structures as JSON directly.
Robin Berjon
Tips for Getting Started with HTML5 Game Development Thomas Palef shares his experience and tips for anyone considering getting started with HTML5 game development.
Flippin' Awesome
10 Realtime Web Technology Predictions for 2014 Including an increase in frameworks and APIs, the revival of, WebHooks, and WebRTC data channels.
Phil Leggetter
Roll Your Own HTML5 Web Components with Vanilla JS Still cutting edge stuff and this will only work in Chrome Canary right now, but it’s a nice view of the future.
Chris Nelson
How to Create A Carousel Out of Nothing But CSS
Creative Bloq
How to Make A Flappy Bird Clone in HTML5 with Phaser A quick walkthrough.
Less Milk
Detecting CSS Animation Completion with JavaScript
David Walsh
Using Grunt? Consider Fez Fez is a build tool along the lines of Make. Isaac Wagner explains how it works and how it compares to Grunt.
Flippin' Awesome
10 HTML5 APIs Worth Looking Into
How to Prefetch Media Files for Uninterrupted Playback in HTML5 Video/Audio
Chris Pearce
A Look at The Vibration API
Ilias Ismanalijev
code and tools
WebAudiox.js: A DRY Library for Web Audio API
Jerome Etienne
Quink: A Richer In-Page WYSIWYG HTML Editor for Web and Mobile
IMD Business School
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Eye Texture Raytracing Demo Uses WebGL. Looks a little creepy :-)
Artur Vill
A Developer Building 1 HTML5 Game Each Week And they're definitely getting better each time.
Less Milk
Guitar Tuner: A Simple Guitar Tuner with getUserMedia No Flash required, all WebRTC goodness.
Tom Hoddes
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