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Unraveling HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript (Unraveling Series Book 1) (English Edition)
 
 

Unraveling HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript (Unraveling Series Book 1) (English Edition) [Kindle Edition]

Istvan Novak

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*** You can contact the author through this e-mail: dotneteer@hotmail.com ***

Whom This Book Is For

As an experienced C# programmer and enterprise architect, I found myself in a strange situation after 20 years of experience. Even if I worked on project teams that implemented big systems including satellite web sites, I was dropped behind those team members who started their professional life pretty close to new generation—neat, asynchronous, dynamic, etc.—web page development. It took months to find the right way to be able to communicate with them, and find the common language with them. During these months I read many books, blog posts, articles, and went through many small programming exercises to get into the picture.

Well, I decided to create a series of booklets using my experiences—to help you cope with similar situations.
I wrote this book for those developers who are—or might be—in a situation I was months ago. If you worked on the server side for a long time, or you used only desktop UI technologies, this is the book you should read to get acquainted with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript—in order to understand them quickly, and keep up the race with youngsters.

If you’re already a web developer who is familiar with these technologies, this book may help you to pass this knowledge to your team’s new members who are novices in web UI.

How This Book Is Structured

This book is divided into ten chapters that will help you understand the concepts and technologies behind web UI. These chapters are built on each other, so you’d better read them sequentially from the first to the last one.

Chapter1: A Short Tour of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript

This chapter provides an overview of the fundamental technologies—through a number of short examples that explains to you the role and behavior of them.

Chapter 2: Getting to Know HTML5

In this chapter you will learn the basics of HTML5, and you will create a few simple HTML pages using the concepts learned here.

Chapter 3: Achieving Richer User Experience with HTML

HTML5 provides you rich structure and semantics that help you design and render web pages with images, tables, and multimedia. In this chapter you will
learn these elements and utilize them.

Chapter 4: Forms and Controls

This chapter will teach you creating and using HTML web forms.

Chapter 5: A Few More Things about HTML

To provide additional knowledge on HTML5, in this chapter you will learn about special HTML elements and techniques, such as painting the new HTML5 canvas, and using HTML compatibility and validation tools.

Chapter 6: Exploring the Document Object Model

To provide interactive and dynamic web pages, getting familiar with the Document Object Model (DOM) is a key element. In this chapter you will learn all the basics that let you understand and manipulate the DOM.

Chapter 7: Getting to Know JavaScript

JavaScript is often mentioned as the assembly of the web. In this chapter you will learn the basics of this simple programming language that vivifies your web pages with only a few lines of code.

Chapter 8: Advanced JavaScript Programming

JavaScript is very easy to use, and it also can be used for very advanced web programming tasks in the browser. This chapter teaches you these advanced programming topics.

Chapter 9: Getting to Know Cascading Style Sheets

In this chapter you will learn the concepts of the Cascading Style Sheets technology that provides the power of great-looking web pages.

Chapter 10: Basic Style Patterns

In this chapter you will learn the most important CSS patterns that add great appearance to your web pages.

Produktinformation

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 10033 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 676 Seiten
  • Verlag: Istvan Novak (26. Februar 2014)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B00IOSC4CM
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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5.0 von 5 Sternen This is an AWESOME book especially if your are a C# .Net developer 23. Mai 2014
Von Charles Hager - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
I got this ebook as a "loaner" via Prime thinking I'd probably be unloaning it fairly quickly. But to my surprise this book has turned out to exceed my expectations in a big way. If you want to continue using Visual Studio and need to develop in JavaScript, this is THE book to get you started in the right direction, quickly.

For JavaScript development I have been using WebStorm which does a pretty good job (I'm not a WebStorm power user by any means) but when I stumbled across this book, I wondered if VS could match WebStorm. The short answer is, Visual Studio is much better, but I never would have known it without working through the samples. Turns out, Visual Studio makes JavaScript development a breeze and a joy to work with! That's a first for me while developing in JavaScript.

Debugging JavaScript can be a real pain but VS does a great job and pretty much works like debugging in C#. The VS Page Inspector tool is a must if you've ever wanted to see the internals and the visuals at the same time all within VS. You can easily add and subtract items from the DOM while the program is running. (Much better than working with F12 in the browser. You can decide if it's better than fiddler, I think so).

The main "Unraveling" benefit for me was the Visual Studio interaction with JavaScript. However, the sample programs are well written and they all actually work!!! (another first). There are also a number of HTML, CSS and JavaScript tips and features that were either new for me or that I had forgotten about. If you are a newbie to JavaScript you will get extra value from this book.

If possible I would give this book 6 stars! I plan to purchase "Unraveling" just to provide a little bit of financial support to the author. Don't let the low price or the fact that you can read it for free fool you, this book is loaded with useful information!!!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Happy except for the code - updated - 19. Juni 2014
Von Pierce - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
I stopped writing VB.Net about 8 years ago when I decided to leave industry and homeschool my children. Yes, my children can write code - VB and Java.

But now I have some ideas for web apps and have been reading about the technologies needed. I decided to work through this book with my 12 year old daughter.

The author's writing style and language are very approachable. I think it is going to be a good book for us. However, the author indicates that the code will work in Visual Studio Express 2013. I downloaded his code but am running into some problems.

Is there a forum anywhere to ask questions about this book?

*** Update -
Thanks for the response with an email address from Istvan.

I hate to have to admit that the book clearly specifies that the examples are created with Visual Studio 2013 for Web - I downloaded the Desktop version. We are working well now. 5 stars!
5.0 von 5 Sternen Many good examples with detailed explanations 14. Juli 2014
Von SWoo - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verifizierter Kauf
This book helped me to understand how these three technologies work together. Many good examples with detailed explanations.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Fantastic introduction to HTML5, CSS, and Javascript and how they work together 23. Juli 2014
Von Gabriel Torok - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verifizierter Kauf
Istvan’s book is clearly a labor of love. Each chapter is informative with concrete examples. I'd recommend this book to any Visual Studio user wanting to get a good technical description (with examples) of the latest web UI features.
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