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Developing Mobile Websites with HTML 5 Paperback – 11 Jun 2014

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Scott R. Garrigus (garrigus.com) has been involved with music and computers since he was twelve years old. He earned a B.A. in music performance with an emphasis in sound recording technology at UMass, Lowell. In 1993, he released his first instrumental album on cassette, Pieces of Imagination. In 1995, he began his professional writing career when his first article appeared in Electronic Musician magazine. In 2000, he authored his first book, Cakewalk Power!, which was the first book to deal exclusively with the Cakewalk Pro Audio, Guitar Studio, and Home Studio software applications. Since then, Scott has written a number of other books, including Sound Forge Power!, SONAR Power!, SONAR 2 Power!, Sound Forge 6 Power!, SONAR 3 Power!, SONAR 4 Power!, SONAR 5 Power!, Sound Forge 8 Power!: The Official Guide, SONAR 8 Power!, SONAR X1 Power!, and SONAR X2 Power! Today, Garrigus continues to contribute articles to a number of print and online publications. He also publishes his own music technology e-zine, called DigiFreq (digifreq.com), which provides free news, reviews, tips, and techniques for music technology and home recording users.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Great Resource for Learning Mobile Website Building 14 April 2015
By SDillon - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
This book is a great resource and caters to beginners and advanced coders alike. David clearly explains the major differences in mobile web formats and discusses the pros and cons of each. Also, he covers a bit more than just web app development.

The corresponding code files are invaluable and always make learning code easier. Kudos to David for including the website and files. I also had an issue accessing the code files, but David responded quickly. It also turned out to be an issue with my ISP.

I highly recommend this book!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Great book! Clear, Concise and easy to understand. 6 Jan. 2015
By David Dillinger - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I think the book is very well written with easy to follow examples. It's also not packed with a lot of 'techno-babble'. The definitions are clear and concise.

I also had a problem with the website but I emailed David and he got back to within a day. Turns out it's not his site but my ISP. I am able to connect on my 4G phone, but not my home network. I appreciate him getting back to me so quickly and I highly recommend this book to anyone wishing to learn HTML5.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Hard to Access the Online Companion Website 2 Sept. 2014
By KJ - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
The value of technical books such as this are always enhanced when additional resources are available either on cd or online. The back cover of this book notes "Code, templates, and example projects available on the companion website." Nearly every chapter provides one or more links to the online companion resources at dk-mobile.uphero.com.

For whatever reason, I had been unable to connect to the website using any of the devices on my home network in the normal fashion. Always a connection timeout--making the book nearly useless to me. The publisher was no help, and the author didn't reply to email.

BUT THEN I stumbled across a website (isitdown.mobi) that suggested using a web proxy such as vpnbook.com/webproxy. Success at last!

I will re-visit and review after I've spent some time with the full resources of the book.
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