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  • News

    • Mozilla to launch a new developer-oriented browser on November 10th, post
    • Q3 update from the Chrome Security team, page
      • “We recently landed a first pass at subresource integrity support (spec) behind a flag (with useful console errors), we’re shipping most of CSP 2 (spec) in M40, we’ve continued to tighten up handling of mixed content (spec), and are working to define and implement referrer policies (spec).”
    • Microsoft launches RemoteIE service for testing on the latest builds of IE, post (+ FAQ + OS X guide)
  • Posts

    • Mozilla: “The Web as a commercial platform for games gathers momentum”, post w/ video demo
      • (The video demonstrates playing a WebGL game inside a webview in Twitter’s native app on iOS 8.)
    • PE: “The trick is figuring out what’s core functionality and what’s an enhancement”, @………’s post
      • “As long as you spend a little bit of time at the start making sure that the core functionality works with good ol’ fashioned HTML, then you can spend most of your time trying out the latest and greatest browser technologies.”
  • Info

    • Opportunistic Encryption for HTTP/2 (TLS w/o certificates) has landed in Firefox, disc.
  • Tools

    • @………’s first version of the CSS Grid polyfill, post w/ demos

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