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Computer Science | HTML5 Programmer's Reference

HTML5 Programmer's Reference

Reid, Jonathan

2015, 350 p.

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    • Complete HTML reference in one book
    • Language reference combined with tutorial and example sections, so readers can immediately see the code in action
    • A great reference for all user levels, from beginners to advanced users

The HTML5 Programmer’s Reference aims to provide everything a programmer needs for understanding and using the new HTML5 family of standards. Previous HTML standards were focused on defining tags for marking up documents. The HTML5 family of standards not only includes new semantic tags but also defines exciting new JavaScript APIs that can be used to build rich, interactive web applications for both mobile and desktop platforms.

The HTML5 Programmer’s Reference focuses on providing real-world non-trivial examples to demonstrate concepts. Chapters include both in-depth discussions and full references for all HTML5 features, as well as extras like how to find the standards, the history of their evolution, and other examples and helpful resources. With this book the reader will learn everything they need to know to build the next generation of web applications.

Content Level » Popular/general

Related subjects » Computer Science

Table of contents 

1. Welcome to HTML5

2. HTML5 Semantic Features

3. Core HTML5 APIs: Part One

4. Core HTML5 APIs: Part Two

5. Important Related APIs

6. Practical HTML5

7. Full HTML5 Tag Reference

8. Full HTML5 API Reference: Part One

9. Full HTML5 API Reference: Part Two

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