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HTML 5 Weekly

Issue 229 — March 2, 2016
Practical explanations and examples. Includes a look at contextual highlighting with ‘mark’, quotations with ‘q’, and more.

The styling has been updated and the spec is now easier to read than ever (although it certainly isn’t bedtime reading).

Sarah Drasner
The CSS Scroll Snap Points spec promises to help us lock an element into the viewport on scroll without JavaScript. Support varies wildly between browsers so far though.

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Mozilla Hacks
Mozilla’s VR team is working hard to support the creation and display or VR content in the browser. Casey Yee looks at what’s happening.

David Attard
A look at Google’s AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) project, why it’s worth exploring, and a quick look at how you can convert an existing Web design to using its principles.

Smashing Magazine
A look at a new Web standard aimed at improving performance and providing more granular control over loading to Web developers.

Mozilla Hacks
Mozilla wants the DevTools in Firefox to be as hackable as the Web sites you’re working on. Reload lets you make changes to the tools themselves in real time with automatic reloading.

In brief

Curated by Peter Cooper and published by Cooper Press.
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