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HTML 5 Weekly
Issue 195 — July 1, 2015
W3C
A tool for Web developers who want to make their Web page or Web app work better on mobile devices.


Amazon
Lea Verou is a well known CSS expert in our field and I had no idea she was working on a CSS book till now. It’s officially out this Friday. Note: Not an affiliate link or anything like that.


Khan Academy
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Frontend Masters

A List Apart
Mat Marquis, once chair of the W3C Responsive Images Community Group but now the Responsive Issues Community Group, looks at the current realities of responsive design, element queries, container queries, and where RICG is going from here.


Stefan Lederer
A recording of a panel at Streaming Media East about the future for streaming video online in a world without Flash.


Will Boyd
A look at some cool things you can do with checkbox input fields using only HTML and CSS.


W3C
Service Workers enable webapps to take advantage of persistent background processing through an event-driven Web Worker. This 15 minute video from Jake Archibald explains what they’re about.


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