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HTML 5 Weekly
Issue 169 — December 31, 2014

We're back for a brief holiday issue before the first work week of 2015 gets underway. I hope you've been having a happy holiday season and wish you a happy new year.

Aurelio De Rosa
There are two flavors of HTML specification associated with HTML5: the WHATWG HTML Living Standard and W3C’s HTML5 Candidate Recommendation. What’s the difference and how does it matter?

Barbara Bermes
A good look at some of the APIs and technologies involved in measuring Web site performance and making Web pages faster both now and into 2015. (Psst.. we haven't launched it yet, but WebOps Weekly is a new newsletter we're launching on Web performance and infrastructure in January!)

Think JSFiddle but for shaders. This Portal-themed demo is pretty fun.

Microsoft is allegedly building a new browser (codenamed ‘Spartan’) - it’s not IE 12, but an all new, ‘lighter’ browser.

Glen Maddern
The reality of component-based web development, told through the frivolous pursuit of a more awesome IMG tag for animated GIFs.

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