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Training Guide Programming in HTML5 with JavaScript and CSS3 (MCSD): 70-480 (Microsoft Press Training Guide) von [Johnson, Glenn]
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Designed to help experienced programmers develop real-world, job-role-specific skills—this Training Guide focuses on creating applications with HTML5, JavaScript, and CSS3. Build hands-on expertise through a series of lessons, exercises, and suggested practices—and help maximize your performance on the job.

  • Provides in-depth, hands-on training you take at your own pace
  • Focuses on job-role-specific expertise for using HTML5, JavaScript, and CSS3 to begin building modern web and Windows 8 apps
  • Features pragmatic lessons, exercises, and practices
  • Creates a foundation of skills which, along with on-the-job experience, can be measured by Microsoft Certification exams such as 70-480
  • Coverage includes: creating HTML5 documents; implementing styles with CSS3; JavaScript in depth; using Microsoft developer tools; AJAX; multimedia support; drawing with Canvas and SVG; drag and drop functionality; location-aware apps; web storage; offline apps; writing your first simple Windows 8 apps; and other key topics

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Glenn Johnson, MCTS, MCPD, MCDBA, MCSE, is a trainer, consultant, and developer specializing in Microsoft .NET technologies. He has extensive experience with large-scale development projects and has written several books and courses, including the award-winning Microsoft Training Kit for Exam 70-516.


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Als Ergänzung oder Vorbereitung zum MOC 70-480 hervorragend geeignet. Es bietet einen leichten und einfachen Einstieg in die HTML 5 Programmierung. Das Buch geht naturgemäß nicht sehr in die Tiefe. Wer Webseiten entwickeln möchte, benötigt allerdings weitergehende Literatur.
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HASH(0x9d8cc618) von 5 Sternen My pick for learning Web development! 5. April 2013
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This book is a great book for someone who is attempting to learn Web development technologies. There is so much to learn, and the flow of this book provides a great way to get started. I bought a Microsoft book because I am very much interested in learning to develop Web applications using Microsoft tools as my company is moving away from PHP and is using Visual Studio 2012. I have no plans to take the 70-480 exam but I feel that I could pass this exam after reading this book.
To help you understand the contents of this book, the following is a list of the chapters, each having a brief comment.

Chapter 1 Getting Started with Visual Studio 2012 and Blend This chapter is presented as an attempt to help the user create a working environment. Funny thing, although Blend is introduced, it isn't used. I can only guess that the author was trying to be complete about the setup of the environment because Blend installs with Visual Studio Express 2012 for Windows 8.

Chapter 2 Getting Started with HTML5
This chapter covers very basic HTML for the beginner. If you already have some HTML experience, you may choose to skip this chapter.

Chapter 3 Getting Started with JavaScript This is also a beginner chapter, but since my JavaScript skills are not too strong, I was happy to read this chapter end-to-end. This chapter also provides an introduction into Test Driven Development (TDD) using QUnit. Our company is planning on using TDD for all future projects, so I was glad I didn't skip this chapter.

Chapter 4 Getting Started with CSS3
I found that this chapter was enlightening. I simply didn't understand CSS until I read this chapter. I would like to have seen more media query information, but now that I understand the basics, this shouldn't be too hard to find more information if I need it.

Chapter 5 More HTML5
This is where semantic markup is covered in detail. In addition, many of the new HTML5 tags are covered.

Chapter 6 Essential JavaScript and jQuery This chapter covers JavaScript object oriented concepts. It also provides an introduction to jQuery. I was especially interested in jQuery as I my coworkers made it clear to me that using jQuery would minimize browser compatibility problems.

Chapter 7 Working with Forms
This chapter covers the client-side of working with forms and form elements.

Chapter 8 Websites and Services
I was surprised to see that the author used Node.js instead of a Microsoft product like WCF, but in reality it makes sense because Node.js uses JavaScript. If a Microsoft server-side product was used, it would probably require the author to introduce a .NET language into this book. In either case, this chapter provided a great introduction to Node.js and the handling of submitted data. This chapter also covers other aspects of Web services using REST.

Chapter 9: Asynchronous Operations
A very nice introduction to asynchronous operations using AJAX, jQuery's promise object, and Web Workers.

Chapter 10 WebSocket Communications
This is another chapter that uses Node.js although Microsoft's SignalR is mentioned. Although it would require the introduction to a .NET language, I would like to have seen some SignalR examples.

Chapter 11: HTML5 Supports Multimedia
This chapter discusses the whole video and audio problem and shows how to use the new video and audio tags to provide the most compatible browser experience.

Chapter 12: Drawing with HTML5
I learned how to use the new canvas tag, this is an intense chapter and I realized that I'm not cut out to write the amount of code that is required to draw hi resolution graphics. For me, this provides a great reference in case I need to draw graphs for work. The second part of this chapter provides an introduction to SVG graphics.

Chapter 13: Drag and Drop
Provides great examples of drag and drop. The practice exercise creates a number scramble game.

Chapter 14: Making your HTML location aware I'm not sure if I'll actually use the information in this chapter. But if you are going to create mobile applications that use your current location to locate nearby locations, or provide map navigation, this chapter will get you started.

Chapter 15: Local Data with Web Storage
This chapter provides an in-depth look at web storage, which can be very useful when you need to store data on the browser's computer.

Chapter 16: Offline Web Applications
An intense examination of the SQL-based database API, and the offline application HTTP cache.

This book contains a lot of very useful information that you can use for developing Web applications. I strongly recommend this book for entry level developers. If you are like me and have some Web development experience, you might skip over some of the basic chapters or use the book as a reference as needed.
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HASH(0x93dc13d8) von 5 Sternen Excellent coverage of the topics! 16. Juni 2013
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This book is for developers who have some experience using HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript. The book does not assume you have an experienced knowledge of the aforementioned languages, however it does assume you have some knowledge building basic web applications. If you are completely new to JavaScript, you will need to get another book to supplement your studies. I recommend "Object-Oriented JavaScript" by Stoyan Stefanov (this book is incredible!).

This book on HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript is easy-to-read, exciting, and well written. Not only did I take in a lot of useful, real-world information, I enjoyed reading the book. I second the reviewer that says being self-taught leaves some gaps in your knowledge; this book fills those gaps and then some!

I believe this book covers just about everything you need to know for the Microsoft 70-480 exam.

EDIT: I got 98% on the 70-480 exam. A word for the wise: You definitely have to know EVERYTHING in this book!
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HASH(0x95e8199c) von 5 Sternen Great Investment 15. Mai 2013
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Having been working on web development projects about two years, I'm certainly not a beginner to web development. I bought this book for two reasons: (1) to help me pass the 70-480 exam and (2) to tie up all the loose ends of web development. Being self-taught, there's a lot of ground you miss, but with this book it has put together all the loose ends for me, and has really made things "click".

The pace of the book is good, there are quite a bit of details, but I've never thought to myself that I would rather stab myself with a number 2 pencil. By no means is this considered light reading, but if you want a solid foundation then this book is for you.
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HASH(0x93dbf5c4) von 5 Sternen Great for Web Development 4. April 2013
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Being geared around the Microsoft 70-480 exam, this book uses Microsoft products for developing HTML5, CSS3, and Javascript application.

There seems to be two aspects of this book that are its strengths or weaknesses, depending on your focus.

First, the book uses Microsoft products. If you work in a Microsoft environment, then this is a strength. Visual Studio is used almost exclusively throughout the book. Although there is one small exercise using Blend, the decision to use Visual Studio seems most appropriate as this is what would be used in a real world situation. If you don't work in a Microsoft environment and don't want to download the tools, then this book is not for you. The book recommends that you have Windows 8 installed in order to create Modern UI style applications, which are now known as Windows Store applications, and at one time were known as Metro-style applications because that is a Visual Studio requirement. As it turns out, there are only a couple of exercises that require Windows 8. Most of the exercises use Visual Studio and are based around building Web applications.

Second, this book is taylored to help the user pass the 70-480 exam. Although the exam contents are covered throughly this book, the exam and this book are intended to prepare you for a real world environment.

I especially liked the exercises in the book. They were bite-size and easy to understand. The exercises also help me to understand the concepts that were covered.

I find myself asking how HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript can be covered effectivly in a single book. Why not get a book for each subject? As I read this book, I began to realize that if I wanted to learn Web development, I needed to understand these three subjects and I needed to understand how they are interrelated. This book makes sense.

The HTML5 chapters really helped me understand semantic markup, and provided a reference to all of the tags. The CSS3 chapters really helped me understand the application of styles and most important was that I finally found an explaination of how prioities are placed on styles to produce the effective style. I always had a conceptual understanding of cascading, but prioritization has eluded me.

I think that the best part of the book was the JavaScript chapters. It seems that there are so many ways of working with JavaScript and this book really me get a ground-up understanding. The author's approach to starting with the basics, and working up to namespaces and object oriented concepts is excellent.
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HASH(0x93dbf75c) von 5 Sternen The Examples and Practice Exercises Do Not Work 21. Juni 2013
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The examples don't work. Neither the code in the book or the completed practice exercises downloaded from the companion material function in any browser. Some simply fail to function, some pop exceptions when running in debug. It's not little things like missing punctuation, but errors in the code of the sort that someone who's using the book to learn will have trouble deciphering. I suspect the positive reviews are from people already fluent in the topic who are using the book as a source to study for the exam. If you're trying to learn the material, look somewhere else.
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