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WPD 431: Debugging uglified JavaScript code, IE logs HTML parsing errors, Spartan adopts JS polyfill

  • News

    • Spartan’s native XPath implementation relies on an open source JavaScript polyfill, post
      • “Further, wicked-good-xpath is an open source project under the MIT license, and our usage of it would align with our goals to embrace and contribute back to code from the open source community.” @………’s tweet: “If you have other ideas for features we should ship via internal JS polyfills, let me hear it!”
  • Posts

    • Making web content more readable on a smartwatch (213px-wide viewport), @………’s post
  • Info

    • Internet Explorer logs HTML parsing errors to the console, screen
  • Media

    • Debugging GitHub’s minified JavaScript code in Firefox Developer Tools, @………’s 17-min s’cast
  • Demos

    • Responsive typography with CSS calc() and viewport units, @………’s post + demo
    • Animations panel in Firefox (Nightly) Developer Tools, @………’s 23-sec s’cast

  • Other

    • Chromium: no intention to implement Canvas .toBlob() (mdn), post w/ @………’s response
    • The deliverables of Web Application Security Working Group’s new charter, page
    • An initial implementation of Web Workers in io.js, @………’s pull
    • A list of Chromium’s open source projects, post

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