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HTML5 document outline, Material Design-based CSS, what's new in Web Audio, and more.
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HTML 5 Weekly
Issue 176 — February 19, 2015

Don't adjust your set, we're going out a day later than usual this week :-) Back to normal service next Wednesday.

Steven Bradley
A walk through the HTML5 document outline, how it’s supposed to work, and what role HTML5’s semantic elements play in forming it.

John Gruber
Part of a string of responses to Flipboard's use of the HTML5 Canvas for performance. Gruber notes: “60 frames per second is not ‘would be nice’. It’s ‘must have’. And the DOM doesn’t have it.”

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Defines a JSON-based manifest that provides developers with a centralized place to put metadata associated with a web application.

A lightweight HTML, CSS and JS framework for sites that follow Google’s Material Design guidelines. Could be worthwhile if you don’t want to go the whole hog with Bootstrap or Polymer, etc.

Ferrandez Gerard
An interesting demo that looks like WebGL at first but it’s just images being transformed by CSS and a little JavaScript glue (see the code.)

Mozilla Hacks
Soledad Penadés takes a Firefox-oriented look at some new Web Audio API features including simple stereo panning (as opposed to 3D), audio workers, and new promise-based variations of Web Audio methods.

Luis Garcia
A sweet, boiled down version of the longer W3C alt-text techniques document.


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