Issues » 146

The state of the Web, extending the Chrome DevTools, subtitling HTML5 video, and more.
Read this e-mail on the Web
HTML 5 Weekly
Issue 146 — July 16, 2014
W3C
An extensive report as we celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Web and the 20th anniversary of W3C. Lots to read here and tons of factoids for anyone interested in the cutting edge of the Web.


Telerik Developer Network
Chrome’s Developer Tools provide a powerful and rich environment for doing Web development work and debugging, but they can be extended significantly. Cody Lindley looks at some of the best extensions and what they do.


Rackspace  Sponsored
Why did cloud-based startups have such a hard time scaling “in the cloud?” The short answer: multi-tenancy. Multi-tenancy in clouds leads to inconsistency in performance behaviors, a noticeable increase in the complexity of the application and increased engineering spend to address that complexity. Click here to read more.

Rackspace

HTML5 Dev Conf


Smashing Magazine
A well presented introduction to the ideas behind the Web Accessibility Initiative’s (WAI) specification for Accessible Rich Internet Applications (ARIA or WAI-ARIA) that includes building an accessible HTML widget.


Goodboy Digital
The Pixi renderer allows everyone to enjoy the power of hardware acceleration without prior knowledge of webGL. Get a feel for the API from this short usage example.


Google Webmaster Central
Google’s beginning to indicate to searchers when resulting pages are using technologies that may not work on their devices (such as Flash on iOS).


Dmitry Baranovskiy
A look at the power of using SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) to produce sophisticated visualizations and visual experiences on the Web.


Jobs

  • Apply to New York City’s top startups in 60 seconds Interested in an NYC startup job but overwhelmed by options? Apply on underdog.io. Founders & hiring managers will email you directly if interested. You decide where to interview. You decide where to work.
    underdog.io
  • HTML Games Developer using CreateJS (Sydney, Australia)Blake eLearning is looking for a talented HTML5 Games Developer. We use the CreateJS suite to help produce high performance, multi-platform games. Work in a team of talented designers, animators, javascript and ruby devs.
    Blake eLearning
  • Lullabot is Hiring Front-end DevelopersWork from home; work for Lullabot. We hire talented and passionate Front-end Developers with skills in Drupal, HTML, CSS, Sass, and JavaScript.
    Lullabot

In brief

Curated by Peter Cooper and published by Cooper Press.
Send feedback by simply replying to this mail.
Want to sponsor an issue? See our media kit.
Want to post a job? E-mail us or use our self-serve system.

Unsubscribe : Change email address : Read this issue on the Web

© Cooper Press Ltd. Office 30, Lincoln Way, Louth, LN11 0LS, UK
Email policy Privacy policy

ONE e-mail each Wednesday. Easy to unsubscribe. No spam — your e-mail address is safe
Published by Cooper Press and curated by Peter Cooper