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WPD 481: border-radius crushes scroll performance, interface experience maps, writing ‘proper’ CSS

  • News

    • Google I/O, day 1: Chrome Custom Tabs, docs, and Polymer 1.0, page w/ element catalog
      • Chrome Custom Tabs is an advanced alternative to WebView for navigating Web content inside Android apps. ’s tweet: “It has the potential of changing the way the web integrates with apps.”
  • Posts

    • How a single line of CSS (border-radius) crushed scroll performance in IE, ’s post
    • Articulating progressive enhancement with “interface experience maps”, ’s post
  • Content

    • ’s May 2015 update: Changes in the Web platform since January 2015, doc
  • Opinion

    • The drawbacks of writing ‘proper’ CSS (as opposed to using Sass et al.), ’s post

  • Other

    • ’s predictions for video codec support in WebRTC browsers by the end of 2015, post

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