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HTML 5 Weekly
Issue 238 — May 4, 2016
Aleks Hudochenkov
Did you know you can use PostCSS to inline images, calculate dimensions, inline and modify SVGs, and more? PostCSS is an increasingly powerful part of a modern front-end toolset.

Ricardo Zea
A thorough look at pseudo-classes (like :first-child) and pseudo-elements (like :before) with plenty of live Codepen examples to play with.

Sarah Drasner
A thorough comparison of both native and library-based Web animation technologies with useful pros and cons to help you choose for your next project.

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Paul Kinlan
As part of Chrome’s intent to deprecate powerful features on non-secure origins, it no longer supports the HTML5 Geolocation API over non-secure connections.

All 31 talks from the 4th Forward Web Summit - a JavaScript and Web culture event looking at the technologies and tools we can use to move the web forward.

Karim Maaloul
A thorough tutorial covering the basics of creating animated 3D scenes in the browser using Three.js.

A List Apart
Tim Baxter encourages us to move beyond ‘classitis’ (the “measles of markup”) to writing rich, semantic HTML and CSS. Only habit is stopping us.

Lucas Bebber
How to use fragment shaders in WebGL to create an animated heat haze distortion effect on images and text.


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