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RemoteIE, a look at HTTP/2, Unity and WebGL, using the HTML5 File API, and more.
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HTML 5 Weekly
Issue 162 — November 5, 2014
Microsoft
A service to run the latest version of Internet Explorer on the Windows 10 Technical Preview from your Windows, Mac OS X, iOS or Android devices, without a VM.


Ilya Grigorik
A typically information and diagram-packed slide deck from Google’s Ilya Grigorik about the challenges and opportunities presented by the next version of HTTP.


Spencer Cooley
The HTML5 File API allows you to create applications that let the user interact with files locally.


Bartłomiej Kozal
console.assert, console.table, console.profile, console.group and console.time


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Mozilla
Mozilla is set to reveal all on November 10.


Unity
Unity produces one of the most popular game development engines today. Until now, some Unity games have been playable on the Web with a plugin, but WebGL and JavaScript will take the reins when Unity 5 is released.


Robert O'Callahan
Robert points to a paper that presents results of testing various HTML5 video implementations.


Smashing Magazine
CSS can be used to style and animate scalable vector graphics, much like it is used to style and animate HTML elements.


Mozilla Hacks
Emscripten is a compiler that compiles C/C++ into the asm.js JavaScript subset, enabling programs originally written for the desktop to run in the browser.


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