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Read "Head First HTML5 Programming Building Web Apps with JavaScript" by Eric Freeman available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your. Head First HTML5 Programming, and related trade dress are trademarks of O' Reilly Media, Inc. HTML5 Exposed: Confessions of the newest version of HTML . Head First HTML5 Programming: Building Web Apps with JavaScript by Eric Freeman. Read online, or download in DRM-free EPUB or DRM-free PDF format.

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Editorial Reviews. Review. "HTML5 is the "future of the web". How many times have you heard Head First HTML5 Programming 1st Edition, Kindle Edition. by . Livros de programação. Contribute to p0w/ebooks development by creating an account on GitHub. GIT - Book Description HTML has been on a wild ride. Sure, HTML started as a mere markup language, but more recently HTML's put on some.

When you add behavior with JavaScript, you can create an interactive experience; even better, you can create full blown web applications. Finally understand how JavaScript works and take yourself from novice to well-informed in just a few chapters. Use the Geolocation API to know where your users are. Go beyond just plugging a video into your pages, and create custom video experiences. And much more. How HTML5 really works

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Pay Me… Or Else! It covers tactics and tips that will help you recover your hard earned money and how to avoid similar situations in the future. This usabilty guide sheds some light on some common interface elements and mistakes people often make with them. This is by no means a complete guide or solid set of rules, but it is definitely a good start. By Bram Pitoyo. Its considerable size, pages, is partly due to the extensive use of humorous pictures, actors, scenarios, clever drawings, and a generous use of whitespace — characteristic of other titles in the Head First series.

At first glance, these elements might seem like cartoonish gimmicks, meant only to boost the page count or keep graphics employees busy. Actually, these methods are intended to help readers retain the new knowledge, and make the learning process more pleasant. This approach is covered in more detail in the book's introduction. The material is organized into ten chapters, followed by an appendix. Some JavaScript knowledge would be helpful, but is not necessary. On the publisher's page , visitors will find more details about the book, a couple reader reviews, some brief author bios, links to download the print and electronic versions PDF is the only format , and the reported errata of which there are eight, as of this writing.

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The example code and other files for the book can be obtained from WickedlySmart. The first chapter introduces HTML5, at a high level and a fast pace, focusing on the new features that it offers, such as the new JavaScript APIs: embedded video and audio without the use of plug-ins , client-side data storage, off-line web apps and caching, geolocation, canvases, sockets, Web Workers, and advanced capabilities for forms and drag-and-drop. JavaScript is also introduced, with some simple example code.

Much more detail is presented in the subsequent chapter. The only confusing point is, on page 53, when the authors state that there are three different ways to add JavaScript code to a web page, but the figure shows four permutations.

The third chapter explains how to work with events and handlers, using a simple music playlist app to illustrate the ideas. In the subsequent chapter, functions and objects are explored in much greater detail, and the presentation is quite methodical and comprehensible. With Chapter 5, "Geolocation," the authors shift from establishing a foundation of basic JavaScript knowledge, to showing how to apply it for constructing web applications.

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