Decoding HTML5



2012 | 343 Pages | ISBN: n/a |  PDF | 17.8 MB

 

Jeffrey Way delivers a simple guide to understanding HTML5 for the every day designer or developer.

This book focuses less on the politics of HTML5 (though it does touch on this), and more on the ways to immediately integrate HTML5 - and its friends - into your web projects.

If you're in need of a book that will get you up and running with many of the new tags, form elements, and JavaScript APIs as quickly as possible, then this is the book for you.

Jeffrey Way is one of the most popular web development teachers on the net. He is the editor of Nettuts+author of two top-selling books, and is the Head of Web Development Courses at Tuts+ Premium.

Join Jeffrey as he jumps in and starts Decoding HTML5.


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