Firebug 2.0 Released, Client-Side Form Validation with HTML5, Everything You Need to Know About the CSS 'will-change' Property, Announcing JS Error Reporting and AJAX Timing in New Relic, Should There Be A 'geo' Element for Marking Up Locations in An HTML Document?, and more.
A funny thing happened on my way to the jQuery website, I blinked and a feature was dropped: jQuery Templates have been discontinued. The new pretender to the throne is JsRender.jQuery Templates looked pretty useful when they first came out.
HTML5 Video in Safari on OS X Yosemite, Introducing webcompat.com: A Place for The Web Compatibility Community, WebGL on iOS 8 Safari and WebView, Kranky Geek WebRTC Event: San Francisco, June 27, Master iOS, Android & Web Dev Tools and Design at Mobile+Web DevCon, Chicago, and more.
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