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HTML5 Developer's Cookbook [Format Kindle]

Chuck Hudson , Tom Leadbetter

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Présentation de l'éditeur

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Using HTML5, web developers can create standards-based browser applications with extraordinary richness and power, incorporating everything from drag-and-drop to native audio and video–all without any third-party plug-ins. Simply put, every web developer needs to master HTML5–and the sooner you do so, the greater advantage you’ll have. HTML5 Developer’s Cookbook provides all the expert advice and proven code you need to start building production-quality HTML5 applications right now.


Authors Chuck Hudson and Tom Leadbetter present tested, modular recipes at beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels. You’ll learn exactly how to deliver state-of-the-art user experiences by integrating HTML5’s new and enhanced elements with CSS3, multimedia, and JavaScript APIs. Reflecting current standards, this book prioritizes HTML5 features with substantial browser support and identifies the level of browser support for each feature discussed. Coverage includes

  • Understanding and using HTML5’s new structural elements

  • Using grouping, text-level, and redefined semantics

  • Managing browser-handling in HTML5

  • Leveraging new CSS3 layout and style techniques

  • Maximizing interactivity with HTML5 Web Forms

  • Embedding audio and video with HTML5

  • Drawing with the canvas

  • Controlling browser histories

  • Integrating location awareness with the Geolocation API

  • Implementing client side storage

  • Working with local files

  • Managing communication and threading

  • Optimizing the HTML5 browser experience

  • Integrating device data

Turn to HTML5 Developer’s Cookbook for expert answers, real solutions, and the code required to implement them. It’s all you need to jumpstart any HTML5 project and create rich, high-value web applications your users will love.

Biographie de l'auteur

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.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 480 pages
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  • Editeur : Addison-Wesley Professional; Édition : 1 (1 décembre 2011)
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  • Langue : Anglais
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6 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent HTML5 book written in a style I prefer 3 février 2012
Par Andrew Indovina - Publié sur Amazon.com
This book is written in a "Cookbook Style", with emphasis on recipes that show how the technology would be applied in real-world coding problems. The author does not like to show examples that have no real-world purpose and explicitly states.

This book has an excellent technique of introducing HTML5 in Chapter 1 and demonstrating to the user how to use it. While the approach isn't anything new, it's easy to see there was great care it what it chose to demonstrate.
It doesn't waste time jumping in, and it would make any novice feel knowledgeable and productive right away.

I really appreciated the emphasis on Chapter 2: Grouping, Text-Level, and Redefined Semantics. What I pulled mostly from this section is effective ways to use pictures with text and captions. If you ever built a website with pictures and captions, you may find this as useful as I did.

Another thing this book does that most others do not or skim over is using HTML5 with different browsers. All books cover this, but to what depths? The author doesn't focus on only one browser specifically, and often has something to say about utilizing the other browsers when applicable, which is nice! I use IE, Chrome, and FireFox myself and it's nice to see none are forgotten.

CSS3 is covered in a separate chapter, and again, it's something I am going to bookmark to reference in the future.

Chapter 5, and entire chapter on WebForms, is a must read for those working with forms and need to know more. The best thing about this chapter is, again, the attention given to other browsers. Where applicable, when a web form feature is being covered, he lists the browser and browser version number it is supported for. He does it a nice table and lists Android, Chrome, FireFox, IE, iOS Safari, Safari, and Opera

No book on HTML5 would be complete with attention given to the Canvas object. While there are entire books on this alone, Chapter 6 is an excellent introduction and functional as well. This is a great chapter for those wanting to get started with the Canvas object.

Media coverage continues with Chapters 7 and 8. Embedded video and audio are dedicated chapters to these topics.

The book continues to cover topics I never see normally covered, such as the History API, location awareness, Client-Side storage, web sockets, and even "Creating a Tweet Notification Page".
This book is loaded with really good examples and many that seem current to websites being built today.

If you are curious about HTML5 or want to see what potential HTML5 has, this is an excellent book to pick up for both reference and the examples it contains.
Throughout the book, I kept thinking to myself 'This is one section I need to bookmark' or 'I will need to reference this in the future.'
The examples are nice and clean and not cluttered. I for one have trouble memorizing the best method and usually need a quick reminder, and this is one of those books that fits my needs for such things.

I really enjoyed this book and it's in a style I prefer.
5 internautes sur 5 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Solid Launchpad and Reference 3 février 2012
Par E. Peck - Publié sur Amazon.com
I'm a fan of cookbooks when I want to get up to speed on something new to me, but I don't want to work through a complete explanation. I want to get what I need to understand what I'm learning, primarily by example with enough explanation to make sure I understand. But I don't want more, or I wouldn't buy a cookbook.

Chuck Hudson and Tom Leadbetter strike a great balance here with their "HTML5 Developer's Cookbook". There's more prose than in a lot of other cookbooks I've used but it's necessary due to the topic. HTML5 is not a set specification, things are still in flux. There is also that the fact that, like any discussion of web based technology, not all browsers implement everything the same way. On top of all that, it's impossible to discuss HTML5 purely in terms of HTML. One has to include the other technologies that are integral to the experience people envision when they talk about HTML5. The book encompasses issues regarding CSS 3 and JavaScript.

With all these different issues in the mix, I still don't feel like the explanations are overdone. They are given, cover the most essential elements to be considered and then move on to the code, or 'recipes'. The code samples are divided into beginner, intermediate and advanced recipes. This is a nice touch. It makes it easy to skim through the contents and quickly find what will meet your need (if you are using the book as a reference) and gauge the level of time and effort you may need to put into it. I've done that some, though I wanted an overview of everything rather than help with a specific project, so for the most part I read the book straight through. The writing style was relaxed and conversational and I was able to enjoy it.

The world of tech is constantly in flux. I used to think, "Why would I buy a book about something that could be different a month from now?". But my outlook in this regard has really changed. As an IT professional I need to keep up and so much is happening so quickly that I see real value in picking up a book from a source I trust so that I can stay up to speed as easily as possible. I could scrounge all this up on the web - but having it all in one package makes it a lot easier. Switching to e-books has also made this an easier decision. I can search, copy, paste - all that good stuff - and I don't have the issue of adding to the size of my physical library or toting books between work and home.

I recommend this book for anyone looking to stay up to speed with HTML5 or anyone new to it, looking for good examples to help them see how all the parts work together. And as I've seen mentioned in the other review here at Amazon (so far), it is also a great reference to see how the different browsers handle the HTML5 so far. Though that is the part of the book that will also be quickest to go out of date.
3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 HTML5 Developer's Cookbook 11 février 2012
Par L. Fesenden - Publié sur Amazon.com
Ahh yes, another book review. I have to say that most books I review end with me telling you that it's a good book, but this is NOT the case this time. This is not a good book, it's a fantastic book!
I consider myself pretty versed in HTML 4 Transitional code, but HTML 5 is a whole different monster. I looked at it a while back but it wasn't very mature at the time. Things have changed a bit now. There are more browsers that support it now and the support is much better. More and more websites are offering great HTML 5 content and there is some really amazing stuff I have seen it do. I just had to get my feet wet a little more.

This book, the HTML5 Developer's Cookbook, is a great way to get into this new form of web programming. I really dig the whole "cookbook" concept, which has some well annotated and defined "recipes" for accomplishing different tasks. You get great directions on everything from HTML 5 basic layout, to HTML 5 forms and much much more. This book starts with some forward information on what HTML 5 is and what it is not, a little history and background. It follows with, basically, 2 sections. Practically half the book is devoted to straight HTML 5 layout, tags, element changes, forms, css and media embedding, and the second, more advanced half of the book covers a wide variety of very useful API's. Things like drag and drop support and SQL support all the way up through really advanced things like media capture and geo-location.

It took me a long time to get through this book, mostly because i really wanted to try a bunch of this stuff myself and there are a lot of code examples (those recipes again). What I *WISH* I had done is to read the back few pages first. You see, a great advantage to this particular book is it comes with a free 45 day access to Safari Books Online copy of the book and it is infinitely easier and quicker to cut/paste code from the book than for me to type it all My only gripe would be that you only get 45 days with it. That should be sufficient enough, though, for you to build a personal code repertoire that you can revisit for long after.

As always, it seems, with the selections I get from Pearson, this would be a great buy, fantastic resource to have and is a very good read. Go get your today. You'll be glad you did!
2 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Mmmmm HTML 5 1 avril 2012
Par Scott L. Wolpow - Publié sur Amazon.com
Wow, what a book. I now have to find time in my schedule to really dedicate myself to HTML 5.

I cannot say that many books in tech are page turners. This one was.

HTML5 is coming and we need to be prepared. The first books I reviewed were just introduction. Chuck Hudson and Tom Leadbetter have written one of the best books on coding I have ever read.

It helps to know something about HTML to start out, and if you do not, read the introduction books first.

HTML 5 Developers Cookbook is a great resource. It is filled with details on even the most obscure HTML 5 Tags. Each tag is accompanied by a `recipe' and excellent examples. The book has many references to other resources and tools that can help you develop better.
This is going to be the first of many books that I will keep on my workstation desktop to reference.

As this was the first book I read in E-book format I did not realize how many pages were in the book (almost 900). That translates to details about everything and excellent examples.

HTML 5 is going to tie in Search Engine Optimization, form validation and even API (local and remote).

HTML 2 was easy to learn, 5 will take a while to digest. START NOW. We know that mobile is going to overtake desktop very soon in browsing and that mobile devices will have HTML 5 compliant browsers long before most desktops catch up. I still see IE 6 and 7 in corporate settings.

If you are a web professional, then you must know HTML 5.

Even if you develop in Drupal, Joomla, Wordpress, Magento or some of the newer CMS's, HTNL 5 will be included soon.

I recommend you buy this book and dedicate a few hours each week to having fun with HTML 5.

I review books for a number of publications and often I get the books gratis. I am not paid to review the books by any party and I do select the books I read. I read the entire book and publish reviews when I think the review will be helpful to others.
2 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great recipes for the currently less than perfectly supported standard 9 janvier 2012
Par Jan Borgelin - Publié sur Amazon.com
If you wanted to get started on developing with HTML5, but faced too many problems with the incompatibility issues with browsers, you would regret not owning this book.

The snippets (or recipes) presented in the book are short and concise with a full explanation, leaving you with enough information to apply the technologies for your own needs. They also provide you with real solutions for common problems, thus you will probably find them directly applicable for your projects.

Definitely one of the best books about the subject and money well spent.
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