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Chrome 42 Beta is out! Fetch API, ES6 Classes, DevTools Cubic Bezier Editor, Push API & more: 

http://blog.chromium.org/2015/03/chrome-42-beta-push-notifications_12.html
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The Push API and Notification API are now available for Developers in Chrome 42!  The Push API in Chrome relies on a few different pieces of technology, including Web App Manifests and Service Workers.

Check out the HTML5Rocks post at http://goo.gl/hsTsO2

#ServiceWorker   #PushAPI   #NotificationAPI  
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Learn with Mike McNeil, creator of Sails.js to develop web apps from zero to hero with Node.js, Socket.io, databases and Sails.js
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The DOM Distiller is an exciting open-source project created by the chromium team whose goal is to provide a better reading experience by distilling the content of the page. Yes, we're talking about Reader mode here: a mobile-friendly viewing mode for Chrome mobile but not only.

If you're on Mobile, you can already open Chrome on your mobile device, turn on the Reader Mode flag at chrome://flags#enable-reader-mode-toolbar-icon, relaunch and tap on the "Reader mode" icon in the toolbar to try it out.

If you're on desktop, playing with it is as easy as running chrome with the --enable-dom-distiller switch. Once it's done, you'll notice a new "Distill page" menu item.

For info, the internal debug page is chrome://dom-distiller. And since you're still there, open your JS console and give a try to some themes with useTheme('sepia') or useTheme('dark').

Source: https://github.com/chromium/dom-distiller
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Need to level up your web perf skills? perf-tooling.today has a great collection of videos: http://bit.ly/1MRJWJc ... plus articles, books, and more.
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Some very interesting #Web #design #tutorials. Amazing techniques.. Animating SVGs, Convert PSD to HTML, CSS animations, creating Off-canvas navigation. 

http://www.fusionplate.com/4968/17-amazing-web-design-tutorials-to-learn-interesting-techniques/
Want to learn some interesting things that you can do with HTML CSS and Javascript? These tutorials are just for you. We have curated a list of some amazing Web-Design Tutorials which will help you to learn some pretty interesting things you can do. In these tutorials you will learn to convert PSD to HTML, …
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Find the perfect font combo for your next project.
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Provided you have specs at all ... | +I'm Programmer  Join now. :)
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Great tutorial on tracking JavaScript errors with Google Analytics: http://bit.ly/1wkDEgh - tip: use realtime view for instant feedback!
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