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  • News

    • starts discussion about how to name a CSS function that produces shades of gray, post
      • The CSS Color 4 draft currently defines a gray() function (spec) for this purpose, but an alternative rgb(x) + rgba(x,a) notation leads in a developer poll (source).
  • Posts

  • Info

    • “The ES6 spread operator (…) mostly replaces .apply()”, ’s post (section 4.1)
    • ‘Can I use…’ now shows an indicator for ‘disabled by default’ support, post
  • Content

    • Using CSS shorthands vs longhands, disc. on Twitter
  • Media

  • Demos

    • A simple model-view example with ECMAScript 6 classes, ’s post
    • An SVG graphic that morphs on scroll, page
  • Opinion

    • “Delay loading resources below the fold should be built into browsers”, disc. on Twitter

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