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HTML validation interview, the Web Speech API, and a discussion on HTML5 beyond the browser
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HTML 5 Weekly
Issue 167 — December 10, 2014
Smashing Magazine
Ruth John looks at the APIs that let you both generate and recognize speech from the browser.


HTML5 Doctor
An interview with an HTML validation expert on what’s involved with HTML validation tools, doctypes, and how conformance checking differs to validation.


YouTube
Several developers got together to discuss other uses for HTML5 beyond typical Web pages.


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Jake Archibald
Jake Archibald looks at some offline patterns enabled by ServiceWorker that will be available in stable versions of Chrome next year (or beta now).


HTML5 Rocks
Chrome continues to implement the Web Animations spec which allows building of efficient animations. In Chrome 39, you can now control how animations are played back.


IEBlog
The IE team are working on new features including srcset for native responsive image support, HTML5 date input controls, and the ‘main’ HTML5 element.


HTML5 Rocks
A look at some of the efforts from the Chrome team to help developers get up to speed with mobile Web development.


Dave Gamache
A simple, responsive boilerplate to kickstart any responsive project. It’s very small, not a big Bootstrap type framework.


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