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What Is HTML5? par [McLaughlin, Brett]
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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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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.
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Il permet de très vite parvenir à une connaissance approfondie des concepts de
l'HTML5 et de toute sa puissance pour la réalisation de page Web
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Written for Web Programmers and Designers 3 avril 2013
Par Nyssa - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book is an overview of the important features that will be included in the new HTML standards. As with most O'Reilly publications, it is written with programmers and other web professionals in mind rather than for the general public.

The author seems to be especially impressed with several new elements that extend the language in the areas of media such as audio and video. He also spends time discussing the ease with which a web designer and programmer will be able to pull content from external websites and manipulate this data or content. He advocates more sharing of content resources amongst sites including media and sections of code.

As a sometimes web programmer, I would have appreciated some code samples implementing and highlighting some of these new features to get a better feel for how they might be used and how they could be an improvement over the way things have been done under the current language standards. Since this ebook is actually a sample article rather than a full-blown, in-depth book on the new HTML5, I suppose we'll see these coding examples only in the full book.

Recommended for a technically experienced audience.
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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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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Waste of time 13 mars 2014
Par CH3CH2OH - Publié sur Amazon.com
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To call this a "book" is a stretch. I realize that complaining about something that was free is uncharitable, however I am writing this review in the hope that I can save someone's time.

It is a rambling, blog like waffle that at no point explains the practical differences between HTML5, XHTML and HTML4. If you are curious about HTML5, wikipedia provides more useful information. I actually learned more about HTML5 in the first chapter of a book on javascript than I did reading McLaughlin's random collection of words about HTML5. What items are depreciated in HTML5? What things are new? How does a browser interpret HTML5 differently? What browsers support it? You won't find the answers to those questions here.

I had hoped that his book would concisely explain HTML up until HTML5 and then cover the differences. It does not. The author could summarize the entire book with "HTML5 is good. It does stuff that 4 can't do, so you should be excited like I am".

I will end this review with a random excerpt from the book. Every chapter is like this, so if you like what you read below, it could be a good read for you, but I like my books on technical things to be a lot more technical:

"Yes, there is a limit to semantic meaning. Yes, the canvas becomes a big blog that contains something, but that something has minimal outside visibility. But it's still a step forward, and heralds what is hopefully a wealth of GPU studs and studettes making HTML5 do far more than anyone thought possible. (Studettes: another made up word, but these are good words. Webster, anyone? Urban Dictionary?)"
5.0 étoiles sur 5 I found it useful and easy to follow 8 décembre 2011
Par Ali Julia - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I picked up this book because I wanted to stay current on the new technology even though I don't directly work on the web development. This book totally satisfied my goal.

The author, Brett McLaughlin, is an acknowledged expert om XML and Java. He has a gift of sharing his knowledge in a way that is understandable by a non-expert. This book is written in an easy to read conversational style. It talks about rather complex concepts and structures but in the accessible terminology, which can be understood by a technical person who is not a super experienced web developer. I got a lot out of this discussion in terms of general concepts and what HTML5 is good for, and how it is different from the previous HTML versions.

This book is not a programming tutorial, however it makes HTML5 sounds so interesting when you end this book you might want to start looking for a tutorial to dive deeper.

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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Free, But Not a Bargain 29 novembre 2012
Par Ken Row - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I was excited about buying this book: I have several O'Reilly books, and I've loved every one I've bought... until now.

This book is more like a lengthy blog post or a lecture transcription than than an informative book or pamphlet. Its style is somewhat off-the-cuff and opinionated, and it doesn't have the same "polish" that a formally-published book should have. Sentences are often wordy, and written with passive voice; complex words ("axiomatic", "heterogeneous") are sometimes used where simpler ones would suffice; and the narrative meanders at times, rather than staying on-topic.

Instead of answering the question "What is HTML5?, this pamphlet seems to answer a totally different one: "Why does Brett LcLaughlin like HTML5?"

Code samples are lacking. There's only one significant code sample: a section of HTML from Twitter, and that one sample is HTML4, not HTML5.

Rather than talk about how nice the new <video> and <audio> tags are, I'd rather the pamphlet show me side-by-side (or over-and-under) samples of HTML5's improvements over HTML4.

I hate to complain too much about a free book, but with a name like O'Reilly attached to it, I really expected more than I got.
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