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Service Workers, videos from HTML5 animations, a love letter to HTML, and more.
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HTML 5 Weekly
Issue 166 — December 3, 2014
HTML5 Rocks
Matt Gaunt digs into the concept of service workers, scripts that can run in the background of your browser separately from a Web page and that provide background support.

Yousef El-Dardiry
A look at taking an HTML5-based animation and dynamically turning it into a video using PhantomJS and FFmpeg.

Bram Stein
Which browsers support alternative fractions, adjustable kerning, ligatures, SVG fonts, or any of about 60 advanced typographic features? Find out here.

Frontend Masters  Sponsored
Email is still one of the most important tools for connecting with people on the web. Join email advocates Justine Jordan and Jason Rodriguez as they explain the importance of HTML email while proving that building beautiful, responsive email campaigns isn’t as scary as you thought.

Frontend Masters

An engaging 30 minute talk: ‘When your thing works the same everywhere on the Web, you’ve written something bad. The idea of the Web is that it works according to what the (client) can do.’

Junior is a front-end framework built on external libraries like ratchet, backbone, zepto and flickable to help you build hybrid mobile applications with a native look and feel.

jQuery UK 2014
What is it about HTML that we should remember and respect, even as the web platform grows and changes?


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