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FrontEnd Focus

formerly HTML5 Weekly

Paul Irish
A simple graph based visualization of web platform feature support.


Peter-Paul Koch
Is web development a series of ‘hacks’? Peter-Paul argues “it’s a qualified No, and we need to understand what we should do in order to avoid a future Yes”.


Mike Riethmuller
A fantastic look at “some things you can do with SVG that you might not have seen, and perhaps not even considered possible.”


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Harry Roberts
A 45 minute talk covering what CSS to refactor and when, and how to avoid regressions when adding new CSS.


Mozilla
Open to all, but aimed at beginners and educators, Thimble is a new online Web development interface.


Marko Dugonjić
A case study shaing some simple yet often overlooked front-end techniques that defer the use of JavaScript as much as possible.


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