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Html5 Data and Services Cookbook

4.5  ·  Rating Details ·  6 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
A practical approach with hands on recipes to learn more about HTML5 Data and Services, its features and techniques when building websites or web applications.This book is for programmers and developers who work with a lot of backend code and want to get fast tracked into the world of HTML5 and Javascript. It is also for JavaScript developers who would like to update their ...more
Paperback, 480 pages
Published August 29th 2013 by Packt Publishing (first published January 1st 2013)
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Ivan Idris
Jan 03, 2014 Ivan Idris rated it really liked it
HTML5 Data and Services Cookbook contains a variety of cutting edge HTML 5 recipes. The examples are so cutting edge in fact that some of the HTML 5 features might not be supported by more than a handful of browsers right now and a couple of the API’s featured are not completely production ready. The book is very readable, which is good since it has more than 400 pages. The first 3 chapters seemed perfect to me, but after that I started noticing minor spelling and grammatical errors. Which is ...more
Andreas Teufel
Dec 31, 2013 Andreas Teufel rated it really liked it
this book is not a reference about html5 data, it is merely a collection of useful javascript plugins for data handling and would not even necessarily need the "5" after "html" - but people are calling everything html5 nowadays, so whatever. beginners in web development should read at least one book about javascript design patterns and get fit with vanilla javascript first, because a lot of code in the book is made with jquery and while the code is understandable there is a lot of room for ...more
Luigi
Oct 24, 2013 Luigi rated it it was amazing
I just finished to read this book and I really liked it! I missed many of latest updates about HTML5 and this book helped me to update my knowledge and to improve my skills. I liked especially chapters 4,5 and 6; chapter 4 is about the new input types available in HTML5 that allow the developers to use advanced input that uses geolocation, time, drag&drop and so on. Chapter 5 is about Custom input components and explains how to create custom controlos such as menus, rich-text input, dialog ...more
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