This Week's HTML5 and Browser Technology News (Issue 216)


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HTML 5 Weekly

Issue 216 — November 25, 2015
David Rousset
A nice intro to the concepts behind the Web Audio API and its potential before using some libraries that make it easier to work with.

Robin Berjon and Sebastien Ballesteros
An attempt at an HTML-based domain-specific data format for the interoperable exchange of scholarly articles. This document (written in Scholarly HTML itself) describes how it works and how it is encoded.

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Ilya Grigorik
Use the Page Visibility API’s functionality to save and restore sessions when the state of visibility changes to provide a reliable, consistent user experience.

Ionu? Colceriu
An effective technique. Works on all modern browsers and falls back well due to the use of standard input elements.

A great talk by an engineer on the Chrome team on HTTP/2. Lots of diagrams. If this appeals to you, check out our Web Operations Weekly too.

Sara Soueidan
Sara Soueidan makes a lot of great arguments for SVG and why you should use them in almost any situation instead of animated GIFs.

Simon Codrington gives a simple introduction to using the HTML5 Drag and Drop API to create a drag-and-drop puzzle game.


In brief

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