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HTML5 Cookbook

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Dive deep into the latest HTML5 features that really make the language shine-everything from markup semantics to Canvas, web forms, application protocols, and the latest JavaScript APIs. With more than 100 practical tips and techniques that you can use in your projects right away, the HTML Cookbook helps you experience HTML5's versatility firsthand. Each informative recipe includes a code solution, along with a detailed discussion into why and how it works. And each chapter has an example design to showcase the topics presented. This handy book is perfect for intermediate to advanced web and mobile web developers ready to take advantage of HTML5 immediately, with recipes on the following topics: * Basic web syntax * Progressive HTML5 markup techniques * Geolocation * Web forms * Canvas * Audio and video * Microdata * Advanced JavaScript APIs
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Product details

  • Paperback | 400 pages
  • 179.32 x 231.14 x 15.24mm | 439.98g
  • Sebastopol, United States
  • English
  • 1449396798
  • 9781449396794
  • 672,953

About Christopher Schmitt

Christopher Schmitt is the founder of Heat Vision, a small new media publishing and design firm, based in Cincinnati, OH. An award-winning web designer who has been working with the Web since 1993, Christopher interned for both David Siegel and Lynda Weinman in the mid 90's while he was an undergraduate at Florida State University working on a Fine Arts degree with an emphasis on Graphic Design. Afterwards, he earned a Masters in Communication for Interactive and New Communication Technologies while obtaining a graduate certificate in Project Management from FSU's College of Communication. He is the author of CSS Cookbook, which was named Best Web Design Book of 2006, and one of the first books that looked at CSS-enabled designs, Designing CSS Web Pages (New Riders). He is also the co-author of Adapting to Web Standards (New Riders), Professional CSS (Wrox), Photoshop in 10 Steps or Less (Wiley) and Dreamweaver Design Projects (glasshaus) and contributed four chapters to XML, HTML, and XHTML Magic (New Riders). Christopher has also written for New Architect Magazine, A List Apart, Digital Web and Web Reference. He is the list moderator for Babble, a mailing list community devoted to advanced web design and development topics. With the Web Standards Project, Christopher helps co-lead the Adobe Task Force while contributing to its Education Task Force. On his personal web site, Christopher shows his true colors and most recent activities. He is 6ft 7" and doesn't play professional basketball but wouldn't mind a good game of chess. Kyle Simpson is a UI architect from Austin, TX. He is passionate about user experience, specifically optimizing the UI to be as responsive, efficient, secure, and scalable as possible. He considers JavaScript the ultimate language and is constantly tinkering with how to push it further. If something can't be done in JavaScript or web technology, he's bored by it. He has a number of open-source projects, including LABjs, HandlebarJS/BikechainJS, and flXHR, and he also is a core contributor to SWFObject.
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