Creating a horizontal navigation control, scrolling on the Web, and Chrome 57 — Read this e-mail on the Web FrontEnd Focus Issue 281 — March 15, 2017 Creating A Horizontal Scrolling Navigation Control A simple guide to creating a scrollable panel for touch use, augmented with click and drag functionality for mouse input. Ben Frain






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— Read this e-mail on the Web FrontEnd Focus Issue 280 — March 8, 2017 Welcome to the (CSS) Grid CSS Grid support is in the now public Firefox 52 and coming in the next Chrome release too. Eric Meyer is excited about the possibilities. Rachel Andrew has similar opinions. Want to get started? There’s






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— Read this e-mail on the Web FrontEnd Focus Issue 279 — March 1, 2017 Progressive Web App Libraries in Production Addy Osmani looks at tools and libraries Google has released to make building fast, modern webapps a reality, including Offline Google Analytics and sw-precache. Addy Osmani Tim Berners Lee on Encrypted Media Extensions (EME)






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— Read this e-mail on the Web FrontEnd Focus Issue 278 — February 22, 2017 How to Use CSS Animations Like a Pro Create animation magic with keyframes, and animation properties like timing, delay, play state, animation-count, iteration count, and more. Ibrahim Nergiz Do We Need A New Heading Element? We Don’t Know Follow-up to






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— Read this e-mail on the Web FrontEnd Focus Issue 277 — February 15, 2017 ‘CSS4’ Selectors: What Can We Expect? Some of the ideas currently in discussion at the W3C regarding the Selectors Level 4 Draft. Arturo Campos How Stack Overflow Redesigned Its Navigation Bar A significant change for one of the most used






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The latest HTML, CSS and browser tech news for frontend developers — Read this e-mail on the Web FrontEnd Focus Issue 276 — February 8, 2017 Should HTML Have An ‘H’ Element? We have h1, h2, and h3, but not li1, li2, and li3, so could or should headings also be denoted without including a






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Today’s Hardware Friday post comes to us via the team at Raspberry PI, and while it might feel like every Friday post is a PI post, I couldn’t pass this one up. Help teachers and educators introduce our young to the joy of IoT? Oh yeah, no way was I passing that up! Welcome to






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http://ch9northcentralus.blob.core.windows.net/mfupload/1dd7ec925b9e4e58bf43a69d01067ea4/AzureFridayGeospatialFunctionsSam.mp4 In this episode of Azure Friday, Donovan Brown is joined by Sam Chandrashekar as they take a look at native support for geospatial functions in Azure Stream Analytics (now Generally Available). Take advantage of built-in geospatial functions in your stream-processing logic to define geographical areas, and evaluate incoming geospatial data for containment, proximity, and






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http://ch9northcentralus.blob.core.windows.net/mfupload/5304a20bcb5a411f9651a70e01588eb5/PGATour.mp4 This Week on Windows: We’re showing you some top tips for using the Xbox app, we’ve got everything you need for the big game and we’re teeing up a great time with the PGA. Source link






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http://ch9northcentralus.blob.core.windows.net/mfupload/37b31a4459a441839090a7060167fe86/OneDrive.mp4 The Surface Hub is a shared team device, it’s not a personal computer, so you don’t save files locally on the Surface Hub. In this video, we are going to talk about how to use OneDrive for cloud store. You could download the PowerPoint slides and the sample from GitHub:https://github.com/dxsurfacehub/Surface-Hub-Design-and-Development. Source link






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