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WPD 443: CSS will-change caveat, creating an element with Polymer 0.8, “slide to unlock” with a range input

  • Posts

    • @………: W3C’s master plan for making the web a trusted place (i.a. Privileged Contexts), post
    • Moving and scaling SVG graphics with the viewBox attribute, @………’s post
  • Info

    • CSS will-change may change stacking contexts or create containing blocks, @………’s post
  • Media

    • Creating an element with Polymer 0.8 (using <dom-module>), @………’s 6-min preso
  • Demos

    • “Slide to unlock” using an <input type="range"> and a bit of JavaScript, @………’s demo
    • Firefox DevTools Update: copy() command added to Console, @………’s gif
  • Tools

    • webfont|test, a web tool for comparing Google/system fonts (x-height, legibility), @………’s site

  • Other

    • WebGL Fundamentals, a set of articles that “teach WebGL from basic principles”, @………’s site
    • YouTube Engineering Blog: The V9 codec enables high-quality, buffer-free videos, post (+ HN disc.)
    • @………’s tweet: “Google almost always uses whitelisting rather than feature-testing.”
    • Physical Web Beacons by Blesh, 1-min promo video

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