For a look at what's been happening outside of the HTML5 Zone, we've assembled a collection of links from around the web covering all the tutorials, tools, new releases, rants, and raves you might have missed over the past couple of weeks:
Tutorials & Tools
Macaw provides the same flexibility as your favorite image editor but also writes semantic HTML and remarkably succinct CSS. It's time to expect more from a web design tool.
A major strength of Node.js is great cross-platform support. With a little effort you can make sure your code will run on Windows, Linux and OSX.
CSS Diner -- Where we feast on CSS Selectors. It's a little game to help you learn CSS selectors. Type in the correct selector to complete each level. Get help on the right.
Error handling is a pain, and it's easy to get by for a long time in Node.js without dealing with many errors correctly. But building robust Node.js apps requires dealing properly with errors, and it's not hard to learn how.
In this article I will go through each “Myth” one by one and show you, at least in the case of ZURB Foundation 5, that this is no longer the case today.
News & Opinion
Three Mozilla Board Members Resign over Choice of New CEO
I've been reading about and playing with Go lately, and I wanted to talk briefly about why I'm not ready to make the switch from Node to Go (and why you shouldn't either).
Mozilla named a new chief executive this week to lead the non-profit Web organization as it tries to keep its Firefox browser relevant in the mobile age. The appointment has proved controversial in more ways than one.
We’ve devoted the last ten years to bringing people—all people—together. If individuals like Mr. Eich had their way, then roughly 8% of the relationships we’ve worked so hard to bring about would be illegal. Equality for gay relationships is personally important to many of us here at OkCupid. But it’s professionally important to the entire company.
Mozilla prides itself on being held to a different standard and, this past week, we didn’t live up to it. We know why people are hurt and angry, and they are right: it’s because we haven’t stayed true to ourselves.