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Head first HTML5 programming; bulding web apps with JavaScript.


Head first HTML5 programming; bulding web apps with JavaScript.

Freeman, Eric and Elisabeth Robson.

O'Reilly Media, Inc.


573 pages




This beginner's guide to HTML5 provides readers familiar with website development with an in-depth look at the differences between previous versions and the latest version of the markup language, as well as useful instruction for implementing video and other new features in website and web application projects. The volume covers topics such as JavaScript and the DOM, events and handlers, functions and objects, geolocation, dynamic and web-aware applications, the HTML5 Canvas, and web storage. This volume is part of the Head First series which employs unique page layouts, folksy illustrations, and margin notes as information retention strategies. Access to online resources is provided. Freeman is a computer scientist and former media executive and Robson is a software developer and trainer.

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Date:Feb 1, 2012
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