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HTML 5 Weekly
Issue 232 — March 23, 2016
Vitaly Friedman
A superb slidedeck from a workshop given by Smashing Magazine’s proprietor. You should learn a few things from this.

David Berner
How do Web Components fit into the current state of the Web, work cross browser, and adapt to the space they’re allocated? David Berner shows us how.

Paul Bakaus
Mobile is becoming the starting point in Chrome’s DevTools.

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Ehsan Akhgari
The WHATWG Fetch API provides a modern way to fetch network resources and gives you fine grained control over the details of the request and response.

Microsoft Edge Dev Blog
MS is participating in the W3C Browser Extension Community Group’s efforts to define standardized extension APIs.

Covers a wide range of recommendations for making Web content more accessible.

Defines the W3C’s activities around DRM and corrects misconceptions about “EME putting DRM in HTML”.

W3C First Public Working Draft describing what people with low vision require for electronic content, tools, and technologies to be accessible.


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