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FrontEnd Focus

formerly HTML5 Weekly

Paul Kinlan
Under certain circumstances, Chrome is blocking some external scripts that are using document.write() to improve performance.


Mozilla
A look at using the basics of the Web Animations API, now available by default in Firefox 48+ (also supported in Chrome 36+).


Florens Verschelde
A detailed walkthrough of a modern front-end design technique for transitioning smoothly between two values, depending on the current viewport size, rather than jumping from one value to another.


Wijmo  Sponsored
The aha moment, when you can scroll a page and still see a data grid’s column headers as the page scrolls off the screen. Seeing the user benefit and customer request, learn how the team at Wijmo implemented this new feature in FlexGrid. View sample.

Wijmo

SitePoint
Jack Rometty takes you on a tour of Chart.js 2.0 and its various chart types. Plenty of easy-to-follow examples to drop in to your next project.


Ivan Ristic
“I fear that HTTP Public Key Pinning — a standard that was intended to bring public key pinning to the masses—might be dead.”


Mozilla
A set of tools to analyze your website and inform you if you’re using some of the many available methods to secure it. Code here.


WebDevCheckList
Lots of things to consider before launching your latest site.


Jobs

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