This content is not currently approved and is visible here for review only.

Beginning Web Applications: With HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript

Beginning Web Applications: With HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript
Authors
Robert Diana
ISBN
1430240806
Published
16 Jan 2012
Purchase online
amazon.com

Beginning Web Applications With HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript shows how to use the new web standards to create rich applications that go beyond what previous technologies allowed. By following the examples in the book, you will learn how to use these new standards in real-world applications, instead of just reading a dry reference manual. These real-life uses of the new HTML tags, WebSockets, and Canvas give you the foundation you'll need to build larger applications of your own.

Editorial Reviews

Beginning Web Applications With HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript shows how to use the new web standards to create rich applications that go beyond what previous technologies allowed. By following the examples in the book, you will learn how to use these new standards in real-world applications, instead of just reading a dry reference manual. These real-life uses of the new HTML tags, WebSockets, and Canvas give you the foundation you'll need to build larger applications of your own. Learning how to apply the new standards will prepare you for the future of web development, regardless of what platform your users are ondesktop, tablet, or even smartphone. 

  • Follow examples using the new semantic structure, form validation, WebSockets, and client-side storage.
  • Learn how to make your applications shine with CSS3 and new multi-column and flexbox layouts.
  • Add interactivity to your applications using the Drag-and-Drop, Editing, and Canvas APIs.

What you'll learn

  • How to use new HTML5 structure tags like sections and navigation menus
  • How to make use of more client-side data with application caching and WebStorage
  • How to talk to a server application asynchronously with WebSockets
  • How to design the structure of a page using the new CSS3 multi-column and flexbox layouts
  • How to add interactivity to applications more easily with the Drag and Drop and Editing APIs
  • How to create graphics using Canvas and SVG

Who this book is for

Beginning Web Applications with HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript is for developers who just want to get things done. Sometimes, you can't find a web designer, JavaScript guru, or application architect when you need one, so you need to build the application yourself. This book is for people who want to learn how to use client-side WebStorage to save data offline, use WebSockets to create interactive and real-time applications, and create new page designs with CSS3 multi-column layouts. This book is for people who want to build applications for the future.

You might also like...

Comments

Contribute

Why not write for us? Or you could submit an event or a user group in your area. Alternatively just tell us what you think!

Our tools

We've got automatic conversion tools to convert C# to VB.NET, VB.NET to C#. Also you can compress javascript and compress css and generate sql connection strings.

“Better train people and risk they leave – than do nothing and risk they stay.” - Anonymous