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  • News

    • TAG and CSSWG launch Extensibility Taskforce, inaugural meeting in January 2015, @………’s post
      • “…for CSS to continue to be viable in the future, we need to open up APIs to developers more directly, allowing them to define their own layout managers/etc. with lower-level box-creation/manipulation primitives.” (post)
    • jQuery Foundation takes over the development of the Pointer Events polyfill, @………’s post
  • Posts

    • Transforming a Firefox OS phone into a cheap Internet of Things board, @………’s post
    • Creating a simple Firefox extension with Mozilla’s jpm CLI tool, @………’s post
    • A practical guide to Web Components (w/ caveats of individual polyfills), @………’s post
  • Info

    • aria-hidden="true" no longer required on content with CSS display: none, source
  • Demos

    • Techniques for implementing reverse ellipsis in CSS, @………’s post
  • Tools

    • Typecast, a web tool for designing (responsive) typographic style guides, site

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