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  • News

    • Mozilla and Yahoo form strategic partnership, @………’s post
    • Chrome Dev Summit: Navigation Transitions, screen + improved permissions UI, screen
  • Posts

    • @……… documents his most used Promise patterns, post
  • Info

    • IE11 opens 12 TCP connections for a single hostname (most browsers open 6), @………’s post
    • Firefox’s console now warns when using password fields on non-HTTPS sites, screen
    • @………’s report: Ratio of mobile browser vs webview hits, pdf (page 7 to 8)
    • New Web Platform features in Chrome 39, @………’s post w/ demos
  • Content

    • How Facebook solves the problems with using CSS at scale, @………’s 38-page deck (disc.)
      • “…if you write your styles in JS, a large class of really hard problems with CSS just disappear instantly.”
    • A web tool that checks how unique your browser fingerprint is, site
  • Demos

    • An interactive form with voice input (Web Speech API), @………’s post + demo (Chrome/Safari)

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