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  • Taschenbuch: 1080 Seiten
  • Verlag: Apress; Auflage: 2011 (7. Dezember 2011)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1430239603
  • ISBN-13: 978-1430239604
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 19,1 x 5,4 x 23,5 cm
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Adam Freeman is an experienced IT professional who has held senior positions in a range of companies, most recently serving as chief technology officer and chief operating officer of a global bank. Now retired, he spends his time writing and long-distance running.

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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von HtmlNewbie am 25. Mai 2013
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Firstly, i had no background in HTML, CSS or JavaScript!

The book gives a fun, entertaining and yet professional walkthrough to learn HTML5, CSS and some JavaScript. Obviously if you want to learn CSS and JavaScript all the way, you may purchase another book. But for the purpose of using it with HTML5 it's absolutely sufficient!

The examples are nicely explained and deliver you the knowledge. Of course, not every single variable is explained by detail. But you simply cannot expect that from any book. Otherwise this book would be 5000 pages. With some (very little) googling, you will be able to use them frequently.

Concluding: You want to learn HTML5 from the start? Get this book!
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Great Learning and Reference Book 15. Januar 2012
Von CURTIS - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is by far the best book on HTML5 (and HTML in general) that I have read. What separates this book from others is the authors bluntness when it comes to code design "zealots" that will run you in circles and a nearly complete mention of whats available to you in a certain parts of the languages (HTML5, CSS3, and JS) that are being discussed at the time.

The author provides complete tables of attributes, functions, elements, methods, etc. when they are discussed rather than shoving them into the appendix of a book that you may or may not read. This helps the reader to know what the language is capable of, so that we can get our own ideas of how we would tackle a certain problem when reading the book, or how we would apply the values being covered in the book to our own projects.

This differs from most books because authors will usually only bring up capabilities of a language as they use them in specific examples, so you only end up with a zoned interpretation of what the language or tech can do.

I don't usually write reviews unless a book is really good or really bad, and you can probably tell. But this is a really valuable book hands down. It's 1000 pages and covers current HTML CSS and JavaScript as it relates to HTML Very Well.
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Great HTML5, JavaScript, and CSS Coverage 5. Februar 2012
Von T. Anderson - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
Although I started with Cold Fusion for application development, I did plenty brochureware sites with HTML. I believe the version was HTML 2.0 for IE 2.0. I lived in the browser world for years doing Cold Fusion, ASP, and HTML sites. When winforms and Smart Client with Web Services emerged I changed my religion. I have been avoiding the browser whenever possible since.

For the past couple of years my extent of using simple HTML has been limited to writing blogs and book reviews. Simple HTML means no ASP.NET or ASP.NET MVC. With all the HTML5 hype I figured I would take some time and read a few books on it. This one is my third and I have one more on the way.

So far I have found HTML5 is no different than any other version with respect to the way its capabilities are implemented and where it belongs when architecting a solution. It is far reaching, but if you want a rich HTML5 UI you will be writing a lot of JavaScript and CSS. It really can't be helped, that has always been the real skin and muscle on the HTML skeleton.

HTML5, JavaScript, and CSS are broad subjects. This book can help the beginner learn HTML5, JavaScript, and CSS and it can serve as a nice reference for the experienced developer. This tome definitely delivers a lot of information.

There are getting started chapters for beginner on HTML5, JavaScript, and CSS. They are followed by a chapter that puts all the elements the book covers into context. Meaning there are tables showing which elements are used for metadata, text, grouping, sectioning, tables, forms, and embedding.

The book continues with chapters covering Creating HTML Documents, Marking Up Text, Grouping Content, Creating Sections, Working with Tables, Working with Forms, Customizing the Input Element, Other Forms Elements & Input Validation, and Embedding Content.

The chapters list above are followed by an in-depth treatment of CSS and JavaScript. There are 16 chapters covering the topics in great detail.

The author then moves into more advanced features. It covers using ajax, multimedia, the canvas, drag and drop, geolocation, web storage, and creating offline applications.

The one thing the book does not do is stray from core browser capabilities. However, the author points out when using advanced libraries like jQuery would be advantageous. I am glad the author handled it this way. Instead of glossing over topics that need a complete book to cover completely, he kept the scope limit allow for more in-depth coverage of core browser capabilities.

The authors writing style is great, but the book also makes a great reference. Tons of tables and a nice index helps you to find things quickly.

The code is organized in folders by chapter. It is all usable and works like it is supposed to. I know this sounds like something that is just expected, but there have been some book's code I have downloaded that was disorganized to the point of being unusable. In a book like this, accompanying code is an important aspect.

If you are doing, or considering doing HTML5 development, you own it to yourself to have this book by your side. I highly recommend it to anyone involved with web development.
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Great Starter Source 1. Juli 2012
Von PaulTR - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The Definitive Guide to HTML5 is a great resource for getting your bearings on the new implementation of HTML. It starts with a quick overview of HTML, CSS and JavaScript for anyone who has no/little experience in them, then jumps into some more complicated CSS with CSS3 features thrown in to logical places in the text. The next section covers JavaScript, and while a little boring at times, the way the author handles them is very to the point. Following the JavaScript and events sections, the author moves right into what he calls Advanced Topics such as AJAX, audio/video objects in HTML, Canvas and other new HTML5 properties. While these sections were great for getting a general idea of how things work, I did find myself jumping to reference pages on W3Schools to fill in the blanks as there's a lot more events and properties to some of these new features that weren't covered, but I figure this is due more to the fact that there are just so many additional properties that would have drastically increased the size of the book. Overall I loved this book for learning to be a better web programmer, and as a student it definitely helped for putting together some of my own side projects, however for someone who is already a seasoned web developer I would suggest using this book more so as a reference rather than a cover-to-cover read.
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Very good overall, but lots of errors 29. August 2012
Von A. Krupp - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is a very good book overall, although there are many many typos. It's almost like the book wasn't edited at all. This shouldn't be a deal breaker as long as you're already somewhat familiar with HTML, as it's pretty obvious what the mistakes are, but it is definitely something to be aware of.

That said the content of the book is great. As with most technical books there are sections that could be better, but I think the choices of what to include and what to leave out were completely on the mark, and most of the chapters are superbly written.

The one thing that I don't like the book is that it doesn't go into how HTML is actually used in practice much at all. For example it goes over the 20 different ways that you could do a layout, but it neglects to mention that pretty much everyone actually does it in one of maybe three or four different ways, and for very good reason. So even after you read this book you're still going to need to look at the Mozilla Development Network, A List Apart, Stack Overflow, etc. However, despite these flaws I still think this is a great book overall and is definitely worth reading.
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It was a little difficult to 27. Dezember 2012
Von Park Jongbum - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
execute all the source code in the book.
Some package needed to be installed and it wasn't explained in the book in detail.
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