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OpenType font settings that allows a single font file to behave like multiple fonts: it can contain all the allowed variations in width, weight, slant, optical size, or any other exposed axes of variation as defined by the font designer. Variations can be applied via the font-variation-settings property.
Method of optimizing animations by informing the browser which elements will change and what properties will change.
Allows elements to be animated along SVG paths or shapes via the offset-path property. Originally defined as the motion-path property.
Keeps elements positioned as "fixed" or "relative" depending on how it appears in the viewport. As a result the element is "stuck" when necessary while scrolling.
CSS properties to control when lines break across pages or columns by defining the amount of lines that must be left before or after the break.
Allows a media query to be set based on the presence and accuracy of the user's pointing device, and whether they have the ability to hover over elements on the page. This includes the pointer, any-pointer, hover, and any-hover media features.
Allows path objects to be declared on 2D canvas surfaces
The web app manifest provides information about an application (such as name, author, icon, and description) in a JSON file, which browsers can use to give richer offline experiences.
Window fires beforeprint and afterprint events so the printed document can be annotated.
Icon used by browsers to identify a webpage or site. While all browsers support the .ico format, the SVG format can be preferable to more easily support higher resolutions or larger icons.
ES6 classes are syntactical sugar to provide a much simpler and clearer syntax to create objects and deal with inheritance.
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