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Aug 02, Tracy E. This is how most introductory tech books should be written. Updates Errata On page 2, the url http: Account Sign In. Funny and very informative! We customize your eBook by discreetly watermarking it with your name, making it uniquely yours. View 2 comments.
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Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order. Feb 09, Chad Warner rated it liked it Recommended to Chad by: An entertaining introduction to HTML5 with real-world examples. Bruce Lawson and Remy Sharp have a creatively funny writing style, and I laughed at many of their code samples.
The book covers several topics: I liked the chapters on structure, text, forms, and video and audio. SitePoint recommended this book. View 2 comments. Dec 31, Allan Kent rated it it was amazing.
Bruce Lawson makes me swoon. Jul 09, Vladimir Rybalko rated it it was ok. I disappointed. I had bought this book some years ago when HTML 5 was a new and modern technologies.
I had not time for reading it for years. But when I read it I didn't get any good emotions. The book is a really not good. There is a lack of explanations, poor examples and stupid author's jokes.
Jul 15, Pranay Kothapalli rated it really liked it. All the new things and everything you need to know about HTML5. Oct 18, Nick Garza rated it it was ok. Flipped through this book. Its too simple and out of date to be of any use in Apr 24, Parthan Ramanujam rated it really liked it.
Provides a concise way of understanding the new elements of the semantic web and how they stand along with their long existing co-elements. This is more theoretical book and it is not that heavy with code examples, which for me personally was good thing because I wanted to get familiar with the new features that are in HTML5 and when you should use them and when not.
If you like to know more about some specific topic like canvas, geolocations, The only difficult thing for me was to understand some words or phrases because English is not my native language and this book is written in British-English which for me is more difficult to understand than US English.
I'm a software developer and most of the stuff I work on is web-related.
But I've done primarily server-side work, and I've been put off doing more client-side development due to the poor programming model in web browsers. As The Register once put it, In Web 2. Careful observers may notice, however, that the programming model has lost some of its former coherence. I read this book in the hope it wo I'm a software developer and most of the stuff I work on is web-related. I read this book in the hope it would convince me the browser is ready for prime time development, or at least close enough that it's now worth investing significant time to learn about.
It covers not only HTML5 new, semantic, markup, forms, audio and video, data storage, offline support, canvas etc , but also some related technologies, such as CSS3, SVG, geolocation, web workers and web sockets. Actually I'm still a little hazy on what's inside the HTML5 spec and what's out - it is described, but the book is basically a summary of the important bits of HTML5 plus a few related new, trendy technologies.
The authors specifically state that the book is not complete, but it does contain a wealth of advice from practical experience using HTML5 technologies. I read the second edition, which is up-to-date as of some time , but it's notable that they talk about Chrome 12, when I'm writing this review in Chrome 16 already.
The book has quite a lot of code snippets, but it's not a programming manual. Other reviewers have complained about the amount of code.
On the other hand, this book doesn't feel like a suitably detailed reference for heavy development. And that's it's strength and weakness. If you'd like an easy to read, whirlwind tour of almost the latest web technologies and their associated gotchas, this book is great. If you need more detailed, rigorous documentation, this is not the book you are looking for.
For me, it answered my question: HTML5 is not ready for prime time, but it is close enough I should start learning more right away. Oct 13, Josh rated it really liked it. The book tended to venture outside the domain of HTML5 and would be better described as a book about new web technologies whose primary focus is the changes to the standard brought by HTML5.
My only negative remark which is why it's received 4 stars instead of 5 has to be about the quality of the print, which in my edition and others I've seen is a little on the cruddy side - in particular poor registration renders a certain amount of the text fuzzy and in some places you actually need to peer and really concentrate to work out what the text says.
These spots are few though and while it's not great, for the most part I would say that the quality of the writing and information makes it a worthwhile book. I really hope the publishers sort out the printing problems quickly though.
It's a shame that such a great book is marred by such poor production. Mar 28, Mary Zimnik rated it it was amazing. I find it to be a great starter book for anyone who needs to bridge from 4 to 5.
Jan 19, Khang Nguyen rated it liked it. One of the first book on smoking hot HTML5. Was it useful? Uhm, yeah, it actually was.
Though I got the general picture of HTML5 from this book, much of the practical knowledge is from http: Pretty great jumping off point, I got the first edition out of the library, then bought the 2nd edition, glad I waited for it.
For technology that's still changing, with levels of support growing all the time, this does a good job for a static resource, and I have always really liked both authors for their ability to nail things down, weigh pros and cons of different options and technologies saving me time and still include plenty of cool stuff.
It's definitely an introduction, I'd like to rea Pretty great jumping off point, I got the first edition out of the library, then bought the 2nd edition, glad I waited for it. It's definitely an introduction, I'd like to read more Mar 26, Spencer rated it really liked it. The book is readable for most users familiar with HTML at all, but also goes very advanced with regard to video. I'd recommend Chapters: Oct 20, Sijmen Mulder rated it really liked it.
This is how most introductory tech books should be written. My copy, presumably first edition, has some misaligned colours which leads to blurry text here and there, especially in the coloured code listings.
May 23, paul redman rated it it was amazing. I have been looking for a good book that could layout HTML 5 in a simple, systematic way that is easy to understand.