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HTML 5 Weekly
Issue 231 — March 16, 2016
Some insights into what the Web Platform Working Group (which has responsibility for W3C’s HTML spec) has been doing with HTML and its future plans.

Oliver Rivo
Go beyond simple linear and radial gradients with something less predictable, using a small base64-encoded SVG directly within your CSS.

O'Reilly Media
Brad Green’s keynote from Fluent on how new techniques are making it easy to use advanced browser features like Web Workers, HTTP/2, and service workers.

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Smashing Magazine
A workflow for working with location data using best practices, providing users with privacy-friendly options, and working with a regard for the law.

Mozilla Hacks
WebAssembly is an emerging standard with a goal to define a safe, portable, size- and load-time efficient binary compiler target with near-native performance.

A rich WebGL debugging toolkit for productive WebGL development and building more efficient WebGL apps.

Robin Rendle explains a process for building stylesheets for a responsive site that uses both em and rem to give more control at the module level.

Nate Hunzaker
Exploring using an HTML5 Canvas to recreate Instagram-style filter effects. Includes lots of code and CodePen examples.

In brief

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