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  • News

    • Opera Mini to become the default browser on Nokia’s feature phones, article
    • Chromium starts development on Permissions API, page
      • “The Permissions API allows a web app to be aware of the status of a given permission, to know whether it is "granted", "denied" or if the user will be asked whether the permission should be granted ("prompt")”, draft.
    • Latest IE build (available via RemoteIE) adds 19 new Web Platform features and “Edge” mode, post
      • “It is our goal that Edge is the ‘living’ document mode from here out and no further document modes will be introduced going forward. […] Edge mode introduces an interoperable UA string (screen) designed to get today’s modern Web content, and to avoid old IE-only content.”
  • Posts

    • Evaluating the effectiveness of Firefox’s Tracking Protection (experimental feature), post
    • Implementing an SVG icon system (gotchas + workarounds), @………’s post
  • Demos

    • A CSS-only tree view using radio/checkbox inputs, post + demo
  • Tools

    • A 2.3KB JS lib. for creating SVG line drawing animations, @………’s page w/ demos

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