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CSS font-display property is now available in Chrome Canary! \o/

It allows you to customize how web fonts are displayed when the page is being rendered -- e.g. should the browser block text rendering until the font is fetched (default in Chrome, FF, Safari) vs. use fallback and then swap the font once fetched vs. check cache and use first available font vs... check out the full spec at: http://tabatkins.github.io/specs/css-font-display/

To test drive it in Chrome Canary:
- Boot up Chrome Canary
- Open chrome://flags
- Enable "enable-experimental-web-platform-features" flag
- Reboot Canary

Demo: http://output.jsbin.com/nigahi/latest/quiet
Visual WPT trace: http://www.webpagetest.org/video/compare.php?tests=151201_PQ_VA6-r:1-c:0

This is a much needed feature, so happy to see this! Give it a try and ping us with any feedback. If all goes well, hoping to see this in Chrome stable in early 2016! 
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Lots of new features in Chrome 45 Beta including New ES2015 features, improvements to Service Worker, Media Controls, Changes to Push, additions to Touch API and much much more. 

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HTTP/2 is here, let's optimize: bit.ly/http2-opt - it's time to revise some of our "best practices"... We're no longer constrained by parallelism, requests are cheap, and we can simplify and improve the performance of our applications by removing a few of the previously necessary workarounds.
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Chrome 42 includes Push API, App Install Banners, and Fetch. +Pete LePage will tell you how these features will make your web experience feel more Appy!  #NewInChrome 

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Need to get up to speed on HTTP/2? Good news, I just published updated (and free) HPBN chapter: hpbn.co/http2.

Have feedback/questions? Let me know!
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In Chrome 43 (Beta as of mid April 2015), we are moving DOM attributes to the prototype chain; this brings Chrome more in line with the Web IDL Spec and other browsers’ implementations.

http://updates.html5rocks.com/2015/04/DOM-attributes-now-on-the-prototype
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I was trying to explain to someone the difference between Java and JavaScript. "It is like the difference between Star Trek and Star Wars."

Java is Star Trek. It was first, and it is all uniforms, regulations, and red alerts. JavaScript is Star Wars. Grit, chaos, and mysticism.

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Finally, a saner way to do XHR's with window.fetch()!  The Fetch API offers a cleaner, simpler API and avoids the always fun callback hell by using promises.  It's available in Chrome 42 today, and there's already a polyfill so you can start using it today.

Get started with +Matt Gaunt's HTML5Rocks primer (http://goo.gl/Ns5lS6) and if you're new to promises, be sure to check out +Jake Archibald's great primer (http://goo.gl/Npbzlk)

#fetch #promises #xhr #ajax #xmlhttprequest #saner
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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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Obrigado a todos que se fizeram presentes no nosso primeiro encontro!
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