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HTML 5 Weekly
Issue 227 — February 17, 2016
Georgie Luhur
A thorough introduction to ARIA (Accessible Rich Internet Applications), an approach to making your sites more accessible to people with disabilities.


Rémi Parmentier
Involves using the CSS calc() function and the width, min-width and max-width properties. It even seems to work with Gmail.


Rachel Andrew
A practical and thorough look at the basics of HTTP/2 as they apply to web designers and developers.


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Jake Archibald
Chrome is intending to change the behavior of normal stylesheet loading (via ‘link’) so only rendering of content located after the ‘link’ element is blocked. This has key performance implications.


Nick Desaulniers
A slidedeck that walks through all of the basic principles behind WebGL and 3D graphics. Both a good refresher or great primer before you read other material.


Chris Ashton
A developer from the BBC’s Visual Journalism unit explains how to work out a solid cross-browser testing strategy.


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