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Html5 Web Application Development by Example

4.57  ·  Rating Details ·  7 Ratings  ·  5 Reviews
Paperback, 276 pages
Published June 21st 2013 by Packt Publishing (first published January 1st 2013)
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Greg Bogdan
Nov 20, 2013 Greg Bogdan rated it really liked it
The book has the title HTML5 Web Application Development By Example - Beginner's Guide and it is exactly what it states. The book covers the main HTML5 elements and the new APIs in HTML5 by developing (along with the reader) simple and interesting applications.

jQuery is the only helper library which the author uses to develop these apps. First a Task Management application is developed with simple jQuery commands, afterwards the model for a task is developed afterwards the adding/deleting functi
Arun Mahendrakar
Nov 02, 2014 Arun Mahendrakar rated it it was amazing
I have seen a few other books on this topic, but this one starts from the very basics and takes the reader through some of the very advanced concepts.

The first three chapters work on improving the user-experience and the feature set of a 'to-do' list. The author's style of explanation is quite lucid and easily understandable.

The next two chapters throw light on HTML5 Canvas, showing a glimpse of the power that the Canvas holds.

Chapters 6 and 7 show the HTML5 Audio element. At then end of these c
Bill Jones
Oct 08, 2013 Bill Jones rated it it was amazing
This book really had me thinking about HTML5 in a whole new way. First I respect any coder who uses UML or Flowcharts to delegate the thinking process involved in organized code. I really like the Pop Quiz exercises to test my new found knowledge, the applications in the book are usable and not very difficult to follow.

Having knowledge of JavaScript(jQuery), HTML, and CSS will help you with HTML5.

A few things to mention:
I really liked the photo manipulation, black and white, sepia, etc.
The basi
Ivan Fraixedes
Nov 13, 2013 Ivan Fraixedes rated it it was amazing
Shelves: frontend-dev, web
Are you looking for a book to know more about HTML5? Do you get bored reading tons of theory and not many "hand on lab"?
Then don't search more and read this book.

It teach you what HTML5 brings driven by examples. You'll find out how to build classical 'todo list' from scratch, following an incremental development to enhance it with more and more features and also making it beautiful with the new CSS3 properties.

But it isn't all, you will be instructed with the HTML5 canvas and APIs (File, Audio,
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