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The Web in 2024, the Presentation API, a generic HTML5 template, and more.
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HTML 5 Weekly
Issue 145 — July 9, 2014
Presentation API is a W3C spec draft for secondary display support for the Web. It allows a web app to present separate Web content on a secondary display.

Robin Berjon
Robin Berjon, editor of the W3C HTML5 specification, presents an essay looking back on the Web of 2014 from the perspective of 2024. He sees more SPAs and a JS-based browser in our future.

A chart of HTML elements over time from HTML 2.0 through XHTML then to HTML 5.1. Jens Meiert has a similar HTML Elements Index.

Frontend Masters  Sponsored
Nina Zakharenko and Brian Holt, developers from Reddit, are giving crash course on how to go from no prior coding knowledge to crafting your own websites using HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and Node.js. Attend in-person or online with HD video plus chat. Join in on July 24th & 25th.

Frontend Masters

Six Revisions
Boilerplate markup for a blank HTML5 document. More minimal than the seminal HTML5 Boilerplate.

Google’s Eric Bidelman demonstrates how to interact with over 250 Google APIs using pure HTML using Polymer and special HTML tags like ‘google-map’.

Mozilla’s Nick Desaulniers gave a 50 minute talk at HTML5DevConf about using OpenGL from the browser through WebGL at a relatively ‘raw’ level. This is a great primer if you’re new to OpenGL and WebGL or even graphics programming in general.


Addy Osmani
Hidden behind a flag is a way to view stale page content in Chrome if you’re offline, and access to this content will be made easier by default in Chrome 37.


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