This Week's HTML5 and Browser Technology News (Issue 213)


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HTML 5 Weekly

Issue 213 — November 4, 2015
‘Today marks the anniversary of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) declaring the HTML5 standard complete’ and other reflections on HTML5’s maturity.

Smashing Magazine
A look at how a webapp leant on layout patterns well suited to the Flexible Box Layout (flexbox) system now supported by most browsers.

Some hands-on exercises with all of Firefox’s new visual design tools. Fun stuff.

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Cody Lindley
Telerik’s Cody Lindley has produced a guide for ‘anyone to learn the practice of front-end development’ made up of brief insights and curated links.

Designed to add voice features to sites and apps across all major platforms. It supports 51 languages and has no dependencies. We had a lot of fun playing with this, but be aware of the licensing.

Marie Mosley
CSS image replacement is the technique of replacing a text element with an image. This post looks at the long line of techniques that have been used to implement it over the years.

Robert Kosara
Google Docs supports pulling in HTML table into a spreadsheet using a single =ImportHtml expression.

Ryan Seddon
A 30 minute talk from JSConf EU 2015 coupled with slides.


In brief

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