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  • News

    • Mozilla Japan and KDDI unveil “Open Web Board” mini PC running Firefox OS, article
  • Posts

    • @……… evaluates mobile browsers and webviews, post
      • “For gaming, HTML5 developers have to continue to put up with Safari’s crazy viewport restrictions with no good fullscreen or orientation lock support in iOS 8.”
    • Thoughts on the Extensible Web Manifesto, @………’s post
  • Info

    • SVG images are now viewable and diffable on GitHub, @………’s post
    • The Push API draft now mandates an HTTPS-only implementation, spec
  • Media

    • @………’s live coding session: Aligning sync and async code with Promises, 15-min s’cast
  • Demos

    • Code example: Fixing an incorrect table structure with ARIA, @………’s post
      • This is an example of using ARIA to override or disable the semantics of specific HTML elements in order to fix an incorrect HTML structure and hence improve accessibility.
  • Tools

    • Nightmare, a PhantomJS wrapper with nicer API, site w/ API comparison

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