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  • News

    • Opera Mini coming to Windows Phone, @………’s post
    • @……… announces the Standard Markdown project (formal spec + test suite), post
      • “[The Standard Markdown spec] attempts to specify markdown syntax unambiguously. It contains many examples with side-by-side markdown and HTML. These are intended to double as conformance tests.”
    • The jQuery Foundation organizes meeting with browser vendor reps to discuss Pointer Events, source
      • w/ summaries of implementation plans for each browser vendor. Google’s position is summarized in @………’s preso. Microsoft’s @………: “Web developers want Pointer Events and are willing to make the switch”, post.
  • Info

    • @………’s updated draft of Client Hints aligned with <picture> element, spec w/ impl. status
      • “Client Hints [DPR and RW request headers + Content-DPR response header] can be used alongside the <picture> element to automate resolution switching, simplify art-direction, and automate delivery of variable-sized images.”
  • Content

    • A technical overview of known tracking and fingerprinting vectors available in the browser, page
  • Media

    • A quick demo of the CSS Shapes Editor extension for Chrome DevTools, @………’s 3-min s’cast
  • Demos

    • SVG shape tweening with SMIL (without CSS or JS; not supported in IE), @………’s post

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