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HTML 5 Weekly
Issue 151 — August 20, 2014
W3C
An overview of the various technologies developed in W3C that increase the capabilities of Web applications, and how specifically apply to the mobile context. There’s a lot of ground covered here.


Robin Berjon
The goal of this document is to propose a small set of basic principles for the organisation of the HTML project after 5.0.


Wijmo  Sponsored
The ECMAScript 5 specification, supported by all modern browsers, adds a host of key features that were missing in JavaScript. Wijmo 5, a collection of UI widgets, utilized these new features to create a suite of true JavaScript controls. Check out the faster, lighter, and more mobile Wijmo 5!

Wijmo

SeatGeek
The folks behind a ticket sales site show off how they’ve used HTML5 canvases to produce flexible, high performance maps for seat selections on both desktop and mobile.


TED
Sir Tim Berners-Lee invented the Web 25 years ago and he’s always worth listening to, especially when he talks about the battles the Web is facing with net neutrality, filter bubbles, and corporate control. He asks us, what sort of Web do we want?


Jonathan Snook
Jonathan Snook explains how a recent code audit at Shopify led them to rethink their current responsive grid and rebuild it using the CSS Flexible Box Layout Module (a.k.a. 'flexbox').


appendTo
BareKit, from AppendTo(), is a minimal, open source, responsive framework that comes with zero “styling” to keep the framework separate from your custom styles.


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