Friday 13 June 2014
Opera and Chrome to have ship <picture> imminently, RICG beginning work on Element Queries
Opera reaches 1024 upstreamed Blink patches Team celebrates in sauna with fermented moose milk (“Ringnes”) It looks like
Manifest for web application is gonna be, like, literally, a thing. It’s already in Firefox OS, Opera likes it, and Alex Russell – sounding like an enthusiastic estate agent with his breathless talk of “window decorating” & “exit extents” – gave it a yay from the Chrome team.
W3C HTML JSON form submission – W3C draft spec
A high-profile fork: one year of Blink and Webkit – ” a look at the Blink/Webkit fork one year later: how have the projects diverged, who is driving them, and what are they up to?” Looking at Russian market?
Blink-based Opera is default on Huawei’s Android smartphones & tablets shipped to Russia.
Everything You Need to Know About the CSS will-change Property by Sara Soueidan
The CSS ‘will-change’ property; odd solution to an odd problem. by Matt Wilcox
What is WAI-ARIA, what does it do for me, and what not? by Marco Zehe, a Firefox accessibility engineer and screenreader user
HTTP Archive – new stuff! – See trends in what the web is made of: “The HTTP Archive crawls the world’s top 300K URLs twice each month and records detailed information”.
Getting Started with Gulp – the newest kewlest task runner thingie since Grunt became sooooo last Thursday
Amazon, Hachette, And Giant Stompy Corporations – a post about book publishing, monopolies and culture. “Do not be married to a single ecosystem. Fuck the monoculture”
Tubes: part of the mission to JSify everything, @dglazkov works on Web Platform Plumbing (henceforth, plz call me “Sugar Layer”)
Oh! You Kid! How a sexed-up viral hit from the summer of ’09—1909—changed American pop music forever
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