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HTML5 becomes Proposed Recommendation, PayPal's HTML5 player, Web Driver for IE11, and more.
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HTML 5 Weekly
Issue 154 — September 10, 2014
After no objections from browser vendors, W3C’s HTML5 specification has now duly transitioned to Proposed Recommendation status.

PayPal’s engineering team has been working on an HTML5-based video player with accessibility to keyboard and screen reader users as a focus.

FT Labs
The Financial Times has built a ‘polyfills-on-demand’ delivery system that sends the best polyfills in the right order to just the browsers that require them (based on their User Agent string).

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Smashing Magazine
A look at a few emulators and simulators you can use for quick and easy testing of the mobile experience of your content.

The IE Web Driver Tool enables developers to create automated tests that simulate users interacting with webpages and report back results in Internet Explorer 11. It can also manage testing across multiple windows, tabs, and webpages in a single session.

There’s also a more technical overview direct from Google. If you're in charge of certificate on any sites, you need to be up to speed with this before warnings start to appear in Chrome.

Chromium Blog
Chrome 38 Beta includes a new Device Mode that puts you one click away from emulating mobile devices, inspecting media queries, and emulating flaky network conditions.


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