HTML5 Developer's Cookbook
Everyone's talking about HTML5: now, with browser support increasingly available, web developers need to get ready to use it. HTML5 Developer's Cookbook gives you all the hands-on code examples and insights you'll need to start experimenting with HTML5 right now, start converting... read full description below.
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Everyone's talking about HTML5: now, with browser support increasingly available, web developers need to get ready to use it. HTML5 Developer's Cookbook gives you all the hands-on code examples and insights you'll need to start experimenting with HTML5 right now, start converting existing sites to HTML5 and CSS3, and start building apps with the new HTML5 APIs. Chuck Hudson and Tom Leadbetter explain HTML5's new elements by providing dozens of real-world problems and hands-on code solutions. Organized for instant access to solutions, this book's wide-ranging coverage includes semantics, browser handling, CSS3, animation, web forms, HTML drawing, video and audio, geolocation, client-side storage, Web Sockets, the Web Workers API, file and device APIs, and more. Throughout, you will find best practices, gotchas to avoid, up-to-date browser support notes, links to example sites, accessibility information, and tips for incorporating HTML into existing sites.
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Chuck Hudson has developed mobile web and mobile solutions since the 1990s. A successful techpreneur and long-time geek-in-training, he is a certified PHP programmer and PayPal developer. He teaches web programming, mobile technology, and entrepreneurship throughout the Boston and Atlanta regions. In 2008, he received the eBay Star Developer award for the first iPhone mobile web and native apps. Tom Leadbetter is a web designer and developer based in Liverpool, England. He has been working with HTML5 since early 2009 and blogs about it at HTML5Doctor.com.