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Motion sensing, Tim Berners-Lee AMA, ARIA in HTML5, using audio in UIs, and more.
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HTML 5 Weekly
Issue 179 — March 11, 2015
Daniel Rapp
This is neat! A 20KHz tone is generated and then detected by the Web Audio API which lets you do some ‘proximity’ related tricks using a doppler effect.

A Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything) session with Tim Berners-Lee. It’s now finished so you get to enjoy all of his answers.

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An in-progress spec that defines the author conformance requirements for the use of WAI-ARIA (accessibility) attributes on HTML 5.1 elements.

Brian Rinaldi
A look at some ideas for incorporating simple audio-enhanced UI interactions to a Web application.

A tutorial that looks at using three.js to build a model of Earth that you can rotate.

Robin Rendle
The HTML5 History API gives developers the ability to modify a website’s URL without any full page refreshes required (so it’s commonly used in single page JavaScript apps, for example).


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