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    • Win for RUM, Safari 8 adds support for Navigation Timing API (caniuse), post
    • After <picture> success, RICG shifts focus to other responsive issues (e.g. element queries), source
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    • inspects performance techniques used on his site (current and planned), post
    • reviews the browser of an LG smart TV, post
  • Content

    • Proposal: Bitcoin Wallet API (for accessing user’s Bitcoin wallets), ’s post
    • ’s workflow for building fast, accessible cross-device web apps, page
      • “…focused particularly on the process of delivering enhancements efficiently so that users receive a page that works as soon as possible.” The approach revolves around enhance.js, a script for async CSS/JS/font loading.
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    • A Grunt task for producing images at different sizes (for <img srcset/sizes>), ’s page

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