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HTML 5 Weekly

Issue 241 — May 25, 2016
Aleks Hudochenkov
Linting is a common practice for cleaning up code. This article looks at stylelint, a linter for style sheets.

Google I/O 2016
Paul Irish and Sam Saccone show off new tips, tricks and features in DevTools to help you debug the performance of your site.

Jason Grigsby
Many people know that you can scan your credit cards in Mobile Safari. But how many web developers know how to create a form that supports that feature?

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Russ Weakley
If you understand how the W3C defines property values at a technical level, you’ll more easily be able to understand any of the W3C’s CSS specifications.

Heiko Webers
A Content Security Policy (CSP) is a great way to reduce or completely remove Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities.

Google I/O
From Google I/O comes a talk looking at the PaymentRequest API, a W3C API that could eliminate checkout forms and standardize payment collection.

Jake Archibald
This video covers ServiceWorker, web manifests, add-to-homescreen banners, IndexedDB and BackgroundSync APIs.


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