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Good overview of what's new in web development 8. Dezember 2012
Von Greg Charles - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
"Hello! HTML5 & CSS3" gives a fast yet thorough survey of what's new in web development. It's targeted towards experienced web developers looking to understand what's newly possible in web apps and what's up in the near future. In each section, the new features are presented with short but complete examples of how to use them (also available via downloadable source code). There are also helpful pointers on how to handle browsers that don't yet support all these new features, or at least how to degrade gracefully when support is lacking. I found this information very useful since no single browser yet supports all the new features of HTML5, and the still popular IE8 supports frustratingly few of them. This practical advice lets us use many of the new features of HTML5 now, rather than waiting for some imagined future date when our users have all upgraded to modern browsers.

The author intersperses "User Friendly" comics into the text, and frequently uses the characters in sidebars to make additional points about the subject matter or to bring up and answer questions the readers might have. This is similar to the style used by the "Heads First" series, and I found it to be sometimes helpful, but other times distracting. It would definitely be a turnoff to anyone looking for a pure reference book.

Although several appendixes introduce the history of web development, HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, I wouldn't recommend this book for a complete beginner to web development. The focus of the book is to show what's new, and I think a beginner would quickly get lost. Even I occasionally got lost in the terminology. The proofreading is also a bit spotty. At times, there seemed to be words or whole sentences missing, and a few of the tables are mislabeled. For the most part, though, this book was very accurate and informative.

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Disclosure: I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for writing this review on behalf of JavaRanch.
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Good book 11. Mai 2013
Von Braj - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
This is undoubtedly one of the best books out there on HTML5 & CSS 3, if not the best. The authors have explained everything clearly and simply. You will just glance through a chapter casually, try out the code snippets real quick and you will be a master of the concepts of that chapter; this book makes it that easy.

Correspondence between HTML4 elements and their drawbacks and how HTML5 elements improve on them is explained nicely and in a detailed manner. It is so easy to get excited to see such nice things HTML 5 can do and so easily. But unfortunately, very few browsers support only selected features yet.

You certainly need to have some experience of previous versions of HTML and CSS to be able to make the most of this book. But no extensive practical knowledge is required.

Disclosure:
I am not affiliated to the authors or publishers of this book in any ways.
I received the book from Manning Publications as part of the Manning Early Access Program (MEAP).
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Great book! 7. Februar 2013
Von L. Elliott - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Written is easy to understand language. Good explantion of HTML5 and how to use. Wished there was more on CSS3 newer developments.
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Good for any Web Developer 7. Januar 2013
Von EJ - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Currently using Hello! HTML5 & CSS3
This book is great for anyone looking to understand HTML5 & CSS3 I highly suggest it, it even covers a small amount of javascript just enough to understand where the use of CSS3 ends and Javascript begins, a great feature of the book is the choose your own path reading order to get you to your goal quicker instead of reading the book end to end, the paths are Novice web Developer, App Developer, Interactive Media Designer or Web Designer.
This is a reference book. It is not for ... 27. November 2014
Von Darkness - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
This is a reference book. It is not for those hoping to pick up HTML. or CSS3. Even if programming and databases and web application development is in your belt - this book will be confusing for HTML beginners.

I'll get back to this book in a couple weeks and see if my opinion changes - after I gain some more knowledge on HTML and CSS3. Though, at that point, i am not sure if I still need this then.
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