Beginning HTML5 and CSS3: The Web Evolved (Expert's Voice in Web Development) Paperback – 21 Nov 2012
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I am very experienced with CSS3 and HTML5, but I still learned a lot, and I would advise that anyone wanting a detailed guide that they can refer to again and again should consider picking this up.
This book is fully loaded with new and upcoming techniques, HTML5 and CSS3 goodness, many illustrated examples and easy to follow tutorials. The book itself is chunky, has a good structure to it and isn't boring to read, which gives you the motivation and drive to learn more.
I highly recommend this book for all skill levels, if you are a beginner, it will take you on a journey from the ground up straight to professionalism. If you are an expert, you will be suprised in how much new stuff is in here, it sure opened my eyes to new techniques and tools. I will definately be using this book as a handy reference thats for sure.
This book is a collection of everything HTML5 and CSS3 brings, explained in a simple and casual tone. What surprised me the most was the breadth and depth of knowledge. Sections progress from explaining the basics using snippets of code and illustrations, to explaining every detail of new properties. Now that browsers are finally catching up with these technologies, the content of this book is not only up to date, it is ahead in some aspects. It finished off with an essay about... the future of CSS, CSS4.
All in all, if you're interested in certain aspects of HTML5 and CSS3 this book gives a good explanation about them and serves as a good reference book in the future.
The content is very thorough. I don't consider myself a beginner and every chapter had something I didn't know in it. It was a great read, not too dense or technical at all but the writers still explained things in depth.
I would say pretty much everyone has something to learn from the book and it'll be a good reference too if you don't fancy reading it in one go.
It's packed with tips and techniques that will speed up your work flow or help you fix that issue that's had you scratching your head for hours on end.
Each section is broken down into easy to digest chunks so it's perfect to use as a reference if you don't fancy tackling it in one go.
i found it is not explained in laymans terms, perfect example is buy this book then buy Ian Lloyds book you will see the vast difference. This is a book for people who already are proficient in HTML/HTML5 dont bother If you are a beginner not good at all
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more complete examples
more examples about animation and transitions
more info about forms with examples
diffenrces with the browsers
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