This Week's HTML5 and Browser Technology News (Issue 191)


CSS color filtering, Web Audio School, new Firefox performance tools, and more.
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Issue 191 — June 3, 2015
Amelia Bellamy-Royds
An in-depth tutorial complete with several interactive examples on using CSS filters to change the appearance of images.

Matt McKegg
Quick bite size Web Audio lessons in a simple online environment. (Learnt about this via Web Audio Weekly – worth checking if you’re into Web Audio.)

Mozilla Hacks
The latest Firefox (Developer Edition) now includes full performance measurement tools and timeline views, at a similar level to what’s in Chrome.

Red Gate Software
When your databases drift from their expected state, there’s a risk of deployment problems. New DLM Dashboard tracks schema changes, shows you what changed, who did it, and when. Free tool.

Red Gate Software

Smashing Magazine
An interesting dive into the production techniques behind an interactive exhibition about the world’s 30 most endangered species that leans heavily on CSS’ ‘clip-path’ property.

Mozilla Hacks
To show off the new performance tools in Firefox Developer Edition, Mozilla has partnered with an HTML5 game developer to launch an optimization challenge you can take part in.

Andrew Chalkley
Ionic is a series of performance-focused, beautifully designed HTML, CSS and JavaScript components optimized for building mobile applications.


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