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  • News

    • Firefox 33 released, notes
      • (1) H.264 support in WebRTC (via Cisco’s open source plugin), @………’s post w/ details. (2) DOMMatrix interface (a transformation matrix to be used by other specs), docs. (3) CSS @counter-style rule, screen.
    • Mozilla presents 8 asm.js-powered WebGL games in Humble Bundle deal, site
  • Posts

    • W3C CEO: The 8 “Application Foundations” for the the next generation of the Web, post + page
  • Info

    • Bug: window.close() does not work in Safari on iOS 8, source
  • Content

    • A proposed <webview> element addresses cross-origin limitations of <iframe>, @………’s draft
      • Existing implementations of features which provide privileged web apps with additional functionality when embedding cross-origin web content: <iframe mozbrowser> in Firefox OS, <webview> in Chrome OS, <x-ms-webview> in Windows (along with their corresponding APIs).
  • Demos

    • CSS image-rendering: pixelated in Chrome Canary, screen w/ demo
  • Tools

    • @………’s JS utility that displays which element is in focus, post (demo right here on WPD ↘)
    • GitHub’s Fetch API polyfill, repo (Note: Promises polyfill needed for IE9)

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