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Get HTML5 Camera and Video on iPhone

Read the full article at:Get HTML5 Camera and Video on iPhone Read the full article at: Get HTML5 Camera and Video on iPhone One of the questions I get asked most often via my contact form is how to get access to the camera and video recorder on the iPhone...

A Quick Parse of the //Build 2015 Session List

I just flicked through the session list for //Build and was making a note of the sessions that (on first pass) line up with my particular set of interests and I thought I'd publish it here given that I was making the list anyway Note that the list; isn't...

DevTools Timeline: Now Providing the Full Story

The DevToolsTimeline panelhas always been the best first stop on the path to performance optimization. This centralized overview of your app's activity helps you analyze where time is spent on loading, scripting, rendering, and painting. Recently, we've...

File API

Read the full article at:File API Read the full article at: File API Working with file uploads, especially on the front end,\xa0was always a hassle. \xa0We didn’t use to be able to drag and drop files, complete AJAX uploads, provide multiple files,...

Permissions API for the Web

If you've worked with theGeolocation API before, chances are you've wanted to check if you had permission to use Geolocation without causing a prompt. This simply wasn't possible. You had to request the current position and this would indicate...

Cut and Copy Commands

IE10 and above added support for the \u2018cut' and \u2018copy' commands through the Document.execCommand() method. As of Chrome version 43, these commands are also supported in Chrome. Any text selected in the browser when one of these commands...

On HTML belts and ARIA braces (The Default Implicit ARIA semantics they didn’t want you to know about)

The question of whether HTML elements need the addition of ARIA role attibutes to expose their semantics, is one that surfaces on a regular basis. The answer is maybe for a subset of elements, but increasingly no. ARIA roles add nothing to default semantics...

Drag Elements, Console History, and more – Firefox Developer Edition 39

Quite a few big new features, improvements, and bug fixes made their way into Firefox Developer Edition 39. Update your Firefox Developer Edition, or Nightly builds to try them out! Inspector The Inspector now allows you to move elements around via drag and...

DOM Attributes now on the prototype chain

The Chrome team recentlyannounced that we are moving DOM properties to the prototype chain. This change, implemented inChrome 43- (Beta as of mid April 2015) - brings Chrome more in line with theWeb IDL Specand other browsers' implementations, such as...

Simplified Concepts in Web Animations Naming

Native support for Web Animations first shippedin Chrome 36, and was updated with playback controlin Chrome 39. TheElement.animate()method can be used to trigger imperative animations directly from JavaScript, and its returned object can be leveraged to control...