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What's New in CSS3

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Kindle Edition, 35 pages
Published September 12th 2012 by O'Reilly Media (first published September 4th 2012)
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Scott
May 11, 2013 Scott rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
An overview of the development of CSS3 (Cascading Style Sheets version number three), which is a language for the presentation layer of web design and development. While this book covers the what of CSS3, and much of the why, the book doesn't contain explanations of how. So while someone looking for some quick tips, code examples, or tutorials won't find them here, I recommend this book for anyone who wants to know about the development of the markup language from a conceptual and overall design ...more
Ulina
Jul 02, 2014 Ulina rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Decent book, but of course at the time of reading, it was slightly outdated since a lot of the features are now supported in browsers without prefixes. Not only did it talk about what is new in CSS3 but it talked about somethings that were in 2.0, removed in 2.1, always existed since 1.0 but ignored and somethings that will be in 4.0.
Doug
Oct 23, 2013 Doug rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: ebook
This free e-book is a very high-level discussion of ongoing changes to the CSS3 modules. General information is given for each module, but specific CSS properties are not listed. If you want an executive overview of CSS enhancements and deprecations in some 30 pages, this book is helpful. However, this book lacks the details needed by a developer.
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An OK high-level discussion of changes in CSS3.
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An overview of the CSS3 specifications but little of value for practicing web developer.
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