This Week's HTML5 and Browser Technology News (Issue 201)


Push Notifications on the Web with Chrome, a WebGL 3D design tool, and a contest-winning 1KB Canvas demo
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HTML 5 Weekly

Issue 201 — August 12, 2015
Dean Hume
A walkthrough of how you can send push notifications to users of your site using Chrome’s Push Notification API.

GTI Grafics Group
A platform to create interactive 3D scenes directly from the browser, with visual scene editing, shader editing, etc.

Alex Russell
Alex Russell, of both the W3C Technical Architecture Group and TC39, gave a talk about the state of the Web Platform and where things are headed.

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Masaaki Morishita
A tool that automatically formats CSS source code, inspired by Gofmt (used by Go developers) and built on top of the PostCSS ecosystem.

Surfin’ Safari
“The backdrop-filter style allows us to style elements with backdrop effects that resemble those in iOS and OS X.”

Craig Buckler
In StatCounter’s statistics, Chrome passes the 50% usage mark for the first time and, encouragingly, IE11 vastly eclipses IE10 and below compared to last year. Chrome also holds a strong lead on mobile.

You have to produce a game in just 13KB overall.


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