This Week's HTML5 and Browser Technology News (Issue 220)


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HTML 5 Weekly

Issue 220 — December 30, 2015
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Firefox’s developer tools often get overshadowed by Chrome’s, but they’ve come on a long way and are now rather impressive. Patrick Brosset looks at their history and what’s available now.

Louis Lazaris covers a variety of interesting tools from a script that converts Illustrator documents into HTML and CSS to a JavaScript linter.

Dr. Gleb Bahmutov
A look at an approach for ‘instant’ Web applications that are restored from a Service Worker-based cache.

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Chrome 48 includes a new Security panel to help you work with issues relating to certificates and mixed content.

A short, well presented video from Chris DeLeon where he creates a simple Canvas-based Pong game from scratch.

“The Web made a comeback in 2015 … reinforcing the idea that the Web was never in any actual danger.”

Typekit is now leaning on modern browsers’ native font loading and manipulation abilities via the CSS Font Loading API.


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