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Dynamic features in HTML email, drums on the Web Audio API, the Internet of Things, and more.
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HTML 5 Weekly
Issue 190 — May 27, 2015
Chris Lowis
A look at building a simple drum machine with the Web Audio API with a mixture of synthesizing and sampling sounds.


W3C
Dave Raggett on how the use of Web technologies will have a big impact on the costs and deployment of Internet of Things (IoT) services and devices.


Litmus Blog
E-mail is not known as a great venue to experiment with HTML but Litmus have used some clever CSS and HTML trickery to render a ‘live’ Twitter feed within an email on several platforms.


Telerik  Sponsored
See a new and better way to build cross-platform native apps using Web technologies with NativeScript through our launch video, ready to watch right now.

Telerik

W3C
The W3C is working with edX to offer a (paid) ‘verified certificate’ you can earn by taking a HTML 5.1 MOOC that starts next week.


HTML5 Rocks
“In Chrome 44, Notfication.data and ServiceWorkerRegistration.getNotifications() have been added and simplify some common use cases when dealing with notifications with push messages.”


Simo Santavirta
To celebrate the release of a new car, a digital artist was commissioned to make a WebGL art piece where particles would be in sync with an engine sound. This is a look at how it came together.


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