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HTML 5 Weekly

Issue 226 — February 10, 2016
Ana Tudor
The most extensive walkthrough of background-clip and its potential uses I’ve ever seen. You’ll pick up something useful here if CSS is your bag.

David Valdman
Fast, uses 3D rendering and CSS3, and lets you coordinate and animate hundreds of DOM elements together. Looks very promising.

Paul Bakaus
A look at some updates to Chrome’s DevTools, including support for custom CSS properties and a new ‘dark theme’ (a la Firefox Developer Edition).

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Luke Fender
Give it the URL of a CSS file and it’ll highlight any unnecessary complexity and help you analyze your selectors for duplicates, etc.

The New York Times
A quick look at the technical challenges the New York Times is facing breaking away from Flash to entirely using HTML5 video.

Jake Archibald
A call for help on a matter that affects service workers. How should they work with base URIs?

Draw pixel art with this simple online tool and get a CSS box-shadow value to use in your own projects to reproduce the image without any extra files.

Wes Bos
One key benefit of native CSS variables is they can be updated dynamically by JavaScript, unlike, say, Sass variables.

PostCSS is a CSS parser and framework for creating plugins that can analyse, lint, and transform parsed CSS.


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