This Week's HTML5 and Browser Technology News (Issue 212)


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HTML 5 Weekly

Issue 212 — October 28, 2015
Remy Sharp
A ton of useful insights, tips, videos, and more, on debugging issues in Web apps, front end development, etc.

Smashing Magazine
WebP is an image format developed by Google that can provide both lossless and lossy compression. It can trump both PNG and JPEG on size at a similar quality, but Firefox, IE and Safari don’t yet support it.

Mozilla Hacks
Support is still patchy (but growing) but this is a good time to check out the Push API, a mechanism for which Web apps can push notifications to a client at any time.

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Bram Stein
Up-to-date data on support for typographic related features on the Web.

David Voyles
From a WebGL inspector and a feed reader, to a REST client and a multi-line JavaScript console.

Ivan Dimov
A quick guide to using the Speech Recognition API to recognize commands and play audio in the browser.


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In brief

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