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Responsive HTML5 video, HTML imports, HTTP2, async fragment rendering, and more.
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HTML 5 Weekly
Issue 170 — January 7, 2015
Laura Kalbag
A practical walkthrough of hooking up PayPal’s Accessible HTML5 Video Player into an existing project, as well as making it responsive and integrating closed captions.

Eiji Kitamura
A tutorial (with optional video) that shows off HTML Imports, a feature that lets you load resources from other HTML files into the current one. However, only Chrome and Opera support them so far.

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ACM Queue
Poul-Henning Kamp takes a critical look at the HTTP/2.0 protocol which aims to be the foundation of the modern Web but which in reality is sorely lacking.

The Changelog
An interesting proposal to add security auditing and analysis features to browsers’ developer tools.

Performance Calendar
eBay’s Patrick Steele-Idem looks at taking advantage of progressive HTML rendering to improve site speed in ways that do not drastically complicate how webapps are built.

In brief

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