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HTML 5 Weekly

Issue 186 — April 29, 2015
Jory Burson
The arguments over the importance of Web standards are long past, but now it’s time to think about how Web standards should continue to be standardized. Jory, COO of Bocoup, summarizes a complicated topic.

Nicolas Bevacqua
The creator of Dragula, a drag and drop component, shares some helpful tips for keeping your own modular front-end creations as clean as possible. Useful stuff for anyone building front-end libraries or components.

Rich Harris
Produces some striking effects. The homepage has numerous demos and a visual explanation of how it works.

Cooper Press
Now that it’s a few months old and hitting its stride, it’s a good time to check out our new ‘webops’ newsletter if you haven’t already. It covers performance, deployment, monitoring, HTTP/2, and similar topics.

Cooper Press

A look at two approaches that the W3C’s Web Payments Interest Group is discussing for improving the user experience, speed and security of payments online.

Peter Gasston
“[A]rticles I’ve read, conversations I’ve had, and behaviours I’ve observed, have led me to the conclusion that the open web, in the form we know it now, is under threat.”

The WebKit project now has a page that shows the implementation status of numerous Web Platform technologies.

Smashing Magazine
Heydon Pickering explores how to use ARIA live regions which help us keep users informed of events in a way that is compatible with assistive technologies.


In brief

Curated by Peter Cooper and published by Cooper Press.
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