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Creating a Parking Game With the HTML Drag and Drop API

Among the many JavaScript APIs added in HTML5 was Drag and Drop (we’ll refer to it as DnD in this article) which brought native DnD support to the browser, making it easier for developers to implement this interactive feature into applications. The amazing thing that happens when features become easier to implement is that people start making all kinds of silly, impractical things with it, like the one we’re making today: a parking game!

DnD requires only a few things …

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Editing the W3C HTML5 spec

Bruce Lawson has been tapped to co-edit the W3C HTML5 spec and, in his announcement post, clarified the difference between that and the WHATWG spec:

The WHATWG spec is a future-facing document; lots of ideas are incubated there. The W3C spec is a snapshot of what works interoperably – authors who don’t care much about what may or may not be round the corner, but who need solid advice on what works now may find this spec easier to …


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