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What Is HTML5? [Format Kindle]

Brett McLaughlin
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HTML5: Everyone’s using it, nobody knows what it is. I realize that sounds more like a line out of an existential movie — maybe Waiting for Godot or a screenplay by Sartre — than a statement about HTML5. But it’s really the truth: most of the people using HTML5 are treating it as HTML4+, or even worse, HTML4 (and some stuff they don’t use). The result? A real delay in the paradigm shift that HTML5 is almost certain to bring. It’s certainly not time to look away, because by the time you look back, you may have missed something really important: a subtle but important transition centered around HTML5.


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  • Format : Format Kindle
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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 24 pages
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  • Editeur : O'Reilly Media; Édition : 1 (13 juillet 2011)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 After that you can't say, "What's thaaat?" 10 juin 2013
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Whoever you are, techy or manager or marketer, or..., this book is a wide window on the future and how to understand it.
It is neither too much or too few. With this book, I think anybody will be able to understand the what, the where and the why of HTML5.
So, if this topic is in your area, jump on it.
A great THANK YOU to Brett McLaughlin.
Ph.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 The price is right! 25 octobre 2011
Par Mark S. Millman - Publié sur Amazon.com
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It is really difficult to complain about something that is free but I did spend the time to read the entire pamphlet hoping that I'd find something useful; and I didn't. I'm not sure who the target audience is intended to be. It seemed to me that to understand the context of the thesis you'd have to know more than a little bit about HTML and DOM to begin with. But even with that little bit of HTML and DOM knowledge you'd be frustrated because you never get a clear example of HTML versus HTML5. And if you didn't have that baseline HTML and DOM expertise then I think that "What is HTML5?" would leave you baffled.

I gave two stars because the points the author makes are valid and important, and it didn't cost me anything but my time. I just think that the points could have been made as effectively (maybe more so) in a 300 word blog entry, which would have been worth the time to read.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Absolute waste of time if you are a coder 26 décembre 2011
Par Ali Muzaffar - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Absolute waste of time if you are a coder.

If you are manager or analyst and just want to get an idea of what HTML5 is and why it's such a big deal on an extremely high level, this book _may_ be worth your time, though I would still say its too high level and 1-dimensional.

I got out of the book as much as I paid for it.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Don't bother 12 février 2012
Par marcopolo - Publié sur Amazon.com
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There are a couple things here that are helpful. Generally speaking it was a waste of time. The author really likes being able to leverage other people's content and to have it more neatly arranged. He makes you aware of the "Canvas", which is interesting... Honestly the rest was a bunch of kumbaya, "write your stuff expecting it to be leveraged, and expect to leverage / steal the work of others. To write a monolithic website is dumb and selfish." Borrowing stuff from all over the web "real time" in the way the author suggests will eventually result in a maintenance nightmare. If you don't care about quality, please sign up. IMHO we don't need more broken, recycled content on the internet, but I work with applications where security, intellectual property, sustainability and etc matter. Summary: If I you are interested in generating / regurgitating a mountain of content, which will be broken in 3 months, follow this author's advice.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Bird's Eye View of HTML5 for Web Developers 27 octobre 2011
Par Dr. Bojan Tunguz - Publié sur Amazon.com
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HTML5 has been perhaps the most talked about revision of the web's native tongue since the early days of hyperlinked graphical online content. Over the years web has evolved far away from the paradigm of various linked "documents" which featured animation and interactivity as a bit of an afterthought. Various websites have become sophisticated enough to handle even the most demanding tasks that until recently on stand-alone desktop applications were capable of accomplishing. HTML alone was unable to handle many such applications on its own, and their implementation oftentimes require almost heroic efforts of coding wizardry and an alphabet soup of various online add-ons. This is where HTML5 comes in. It is designed from the ground up to be both compatible with previous versions of HTML, and provide the developer with an integrated approach to a whole variety of online formats and behaviors.

Brett McLaughlin's "What Is HTML5?" is a longish article that aims to explain the rationale and importance of HTML5 from a very conceptual standpoint. This eBook is aimed primarily at the web developer community, but even those of us who are less immersed in all the intricacies of cool website design can appreciate the information that we can glean from reading this material. This is not a technical introduction to HTML5, so if you are looking for a brief description of all the new tags and features you will be seriously disappointed. However, if you are interested in understanding how exactly is HTML5 revolutionizing web development and what its implementation means for the whole industry, then you will find many very interesting insights and points within this eBook. For instance, there are certain misconceptions about what is the exact relation between HTML5 and JavaScript, as well as about the causal relation between web on mobile devices and the advent of HTML5. McLaughlin tries to clear up some of the confusion, and in my opinion he largely succeeds in this.

One of my favorite things about this book is its style: McLaughlin approaches the subject of HTML5 relatively casually, and his writing is peppered with colorful imagery and healthy dose of humor. Even though this short eBook is aimed at the technical audience, it is not written in geek-speak. I would strongly recommend it to anyone who is interested in the latest developments in web standards and technology.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A good introduction to HTML5 23 septembre 2011
Par V Sridhar - Publié sur Amazon.com
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A good read. The tone and content of the article is simple, allowing for quick assimilation.

The author has not made this into a language syntax. The article traces the history of HTML, starting with large documents, lots of links to other documents and now to a collage, a mashup based approach where content resides in multiple web servers. The article correlates the use of Javascript and Flash in traditional HTML and the power that comes with HTML5. Attached some choice snippets from the article

* Once you really understand HTML5, you'll change the way you think about the web.
* HTML5 is again the most usable and indexable tool available for web content; the content is even richer than before
* The winners in an HTML5 world are those who stop fearing being stolen from, and actually start handing out their candy to every kid on the block
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