Nick Desaulniers takes a high level look at the concepts behind building an HTML5 game, as well as briefly reviewing Karl Bunyan’s Build an HTML5 Game book.
Ido Green looks at a forthcoming feature in Chrome 43 that will let you specify autocomplete attributes on form inputs. For example, ‘autocomplete=”address-line1”’. Includes a complete example.
A superb talk by Léonie Watson of the Paciello Group, an accessibility lead for the UK government, and a leading expert in ARIA and Web accessibility issues.
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A site that shows off the level of support in the main browsers for accessibility support for their HTML5 user interface features. Chrome is in the lead.
A look at a variety of edge cases, quirks, and unusual applications of responsive images.
A spec defining a framework for exposing sensor data to the Open Web Platform in a consistent way via an abstract Sensor interface that can be extended to accommodate different sensor types.
A look at the initial implementation of srcset in Windows 10 and the future of responsive images in upcoming Edge releases.
Microsoft Edge Team
Frontend Developer — London, UK — Improbable.ioTaking frontend back to it’s essence: design and build the experience / workflows of software that will be used by millions. HTML5, CSS3, JS and everything in between. Lot’s of freedom, lot’s of fun. Improbable.io
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favicon-bug: Demonstrates Chrome/Firefox Downloading 1GB Favicons news code
This repository demonstrates that browsers will download huge favicon and touch-icon files to the point that they crash and/or bring the computer to a halt.
W3C Adopts New Software and Document License news
LiveGL: On-Demand Diagnostics for WebGL Applications news
A Kickstarter for a project that might particularly intrigue WebGL developers.
Security Standard Open Kitchen news
Virginie Galindo will be talking at Paris Web about the recent security and privacy achievements made at the W3C.
Internet Explorer 11 Gains HTTP Strict Transport Security in Windows 7 and 8.1 news
Practical Techniques On Designing Animation tutorial
Defining 'auto': An Adventure in Layout tutorial
A slide deck that covers how a browser’s layout engine works, particularly in respect to CSS and box models.
Elika J. Etemad
How 3 Modern Tools are Using Flexbox Grids tutorial
Build a Media Player with HTML tutorial
Supercharging Page Load with Service Worker video
Recreating The Birdman Opening Credits with the Web Audio API demo
Music and text synchronize together in the opening to this popular movie. Source available.
Dynamics.js: JS Library to Create Physics-Based CSS Animations tools
Bootstrap Form Builder tools
The easy way to generate HTML form code that works with Bootstrap 3. Free to use.
Web MPD: A Web-based MPC-Type Instrument demo
Presents a keyboard to which you can drag audio files to use as samples. Comes preloaded with numerous historic samples.
Breakup: Split Up the HTML Specification Your Way tools
Based on recent discussions, this is a slightly tongue in cheek tool to let you ‘split up’ the HTML specification arbitrarily.
Introducing Pure.css – A Lightweight Responsive Framework code tutorial
postcss-custom-media: PostCSS Plugin to Transform W3C CSS Custom Media Queries to More Compatible CSS tools code
Checkerboard: Shared Transactional Memory with Zero Server Configuration code
Lets you create shared state among clients without server-side logic. It has two components: a Node back-end and a browser client library.