This Week's HTML5 and Browser Technology News (Issue 194)


Photoshop gets an HTML5 UI, interoperable CSS, audio waveforms, Web Assembly, and more.
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Issue 194 — June 24, 2015
“Photoshop Design Space” is a new interface for Photoshop aimed at app and Web developers. It’s open source, built with HTML5, and can be enabled as a Technology Preview in the latest Photoshop CC release.

Chris Lowis
A fun 20 minute talk that digs into the background to audio synthesis generally, backed up by numerous Web Audio API examples along the way.

Glen Maddern
A look at clarifying the relationship between CSS and HTML and the role of CSS in working alongside other components of the Web development picture. It doesn’t exist yet but it’s bold thinking.

Telerik  Sponsored
AppBuilder combines the tools you need to build, test & deploy mobile apps to iOS, Android and Windows Phone.


Wavesurfer makes it easy to show a visual representation of audio in any browser that supports the Web Audio API (a bit like how SoundCloud does).

Dr. Axel Rauschmayer
Axel Rauschmayer explains WebAssembly, a new low level binary format for Web scripting, in an efficient, easy to understand way. This is big news for the Web, especially as Google, Microsoft, and Mozilla are working together on it.

Unity is one of the world’s most popular game programming environments, and the Unity team aim to support WebAssembly from the off after initial experiments have shown promise.

Kenny Tran
Detects which CSS selectors your app is using and creates a file without the unused CSS. Also able to also detect dynamically loaded CSS selectors and can work with single-page apps.

Damon Bauer
The ‘filmstrip’, a feature you can enable in Chrome Canary, shows a series of images of how a page rendered at specific points in the page load process.

Microsoft Edge Team
A look at the changes affecting interoperability of web sites against Microsoft’s new browser.

Paul Lewis
An incredible write up, complete with code and graphics, of what went into using modern Web technologies to create a guitar tuner.


In brief

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