- Taschenbuch: 430 Seiten
- Verlag: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (24. Juni 2011)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 146360405X
- ISBN-13: 978-1463604059
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 17,8 x 2,5 x 25,4 cm
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HTML5 for Masterminds: How to take advantage of HTML5 to create amazing websites and revolutionary applications (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 24. Juni 2011
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Old Post: The two biggest drawbacks are: (1) there is NO INDEX. Try remembering or finding keywords 1 week after reading any 400+ page technical book - it's horribly impossible. (2) There are 100's of pages of code and chapters that will only work in one specific browser. The author only tells you this once you get to the next topic throughout the book. I wish I had known beforehand how much material I would have to read which would not be supported in most browsers. Specifically, it's hard skipping around from browser to browser when you're trying to learn from a new book. This should have been mentioned up front on the back cover or in the intro. I don't like to have to hop from browser to browser to use books, and that you can't look up topics in the missing Index, instead you have to read through large sections of chapters over again to find what you want to review. No technical book that's 400+ pages should be allowed to go to print without an Index.
The Pros are that the coverage of the material was great, and the book does give you a very thorough future view of HTML5, at a very reasonable price. That's why I give it 4.0 stars.
If I were the author, I would quickly place an index online, at least until I could place an index in the next books version.
The book is written in a clearly understandable way, it flows well, and is extremely comprehensive - covering only enough basic HTML and CSS that the reader may need to fall back on without wasting pages on remedial content that anyone working with HTML5 and CSS3 should already know.
The examples were clear with very few typos.
The more I read, the more I was glad that I had chosen this book.
So, in conclusion: I knew in advance it didn't have an index, but didn't realize the other short comings. None of which are deal breakers. I do totally recommend this book for beginners and advanced users as well. I do recommend knowing HTML4 and CSS basics or you might be lost.
If I do get the index written I'll put it on my web site so others can use it.
I have found that "HTML5 For Masterminds" is much more thorough. It gives examples for nearly every feature of HTML5 it describes, and the coverage is very thorough in breadth and depth.
HTML5 For Masterminds is a great introduction to HTML5, as well as a good reference, with chapters about all the major features of HTML5.