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WPD 858 • Image Capture API in Chrome • Grid by Example #13 (video) • CSS scroll-boundary-behavior property

  • Posts

    • The Image Capture API (available in Chrome behind flag and as Origin Trial); @………’s post
      • The takePhoto method “allows you to access the full resolution capabilities of any available device camera or webcam”; the setOptions method “is used to configure camera settings such as zoom, white balance or focus mode.”
  • Info

    • A toggle event is fired at the <details> element whenever it’s opened or closed; spec
  • Media

    • Grid by Example #13: How named areas create named lines (& vice versa); @………’s 5-min video

  • Other

    • @………: How advertisers merge user profiles with cookie syncing; talk (~5 minutes)
    • Blink plans to implement the proposed CSS scroll-boundary-behavior property; disc.

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