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Yacine Rezgui (yrezgui)
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First implementation of requestIdleCallback is in Chrome Canary!

What is it? It allows applications to cooperatively schedule background tasks such that they do not introduce delays to other high priority tasks that share the same event loop, such as input processing, animations and frame compositing. 

For more details on the API, the spec, and more examples, see:
https://w3c.github.io/requestidlecallback/

Finally, to get started:
- Boot up Chrome Canary
- Enable chrome://flags/#enable-experimental-web-platform-features
- Restart the browser
- Experiment with rIC, ..., and please provide feedback!
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Had a nice afternoon with the React.js team on areas where we should collaborate.  Here are my notes:https://docs.google.com/document/d/1QZxArgMwidgCrAbuSikcB2iBxkffH6w0YB0C1qCsuH0

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Hi everyone !

This is our first meetup of spring and at Mozilla.

Two talks are booked in so far (see below) so feel free to reach out if you would like to present there.



Basic Machine Learning for developers by Ignacio Elola

Ignacio will show an overview of machine learning techniques and then showcase 2 different ML algorithms and how they can be used, showing a bit of code in python and the real life applications where he uses them.

ES6 Quiz by Maxime Duluc

Want to learn more ECMAScript 6 in a funny way ? Maxime will make a quiz to help you learning the basics of the evolution of JavaScript. ES7 will be part of it too !

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Offline-first with no fuss!

Add sw-precache to your site’s build and get the #ServiceWorker code you need.

Learn more at http://updates.html5rocks.com/2015/02/offline-first-with-sw-precache
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AtomEditor's commit message suggestion :)
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How about a tiny Chrome Extension that takes advantage of the new File System Provider API to give you access to the latest TED Talks directly in the file manager on Chrome OS.

Since the API is still young, the Extension will only work on Chrome devices on Beta Channel for now. 
But if like me, you want to know more about this API which can be used to decompress archives and access files in a cloud service other than Drive; check out the official documentation¹ and the public source code² to see how easy this is to integrate a file system in the Files app.

The TED Talks Chrome OS Extension is available on the Chrome Web Store at https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/ted-talks/iibcngmpkgghccnakicfmgajlkhnohep

¹ https://developer.chrome.com/apps/fileSystemProvider ² https://github.com/beaufortfrancois/ted-talks-chrome-extension

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