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Aravind Shenoy

Aravind Shenoy is an in-house author at Packt Publishing. An engineering graduate from the Manipal Institute of Technology, his core interests are technical writing, web designing, and software testing. He is a native of Mumbai, India, and currently resides there. He has written books such as An overview on Apache Hadoop, JavaScript: Web Designing Fundamentals, and CSS Essentials in a Nutshell and articles on various technologies.



Gianluca Guarini

Gianluca Guarini is a 25-year-old web developer, with strong design skills, working currently in Zurich. He was born in Avellino, a sunny city in the south of Italy, and he grew up designing things and playing video games from an early age on a Commodore 64. He graduated in Psychology of Communication in Milan and has worked collaborating with small web agencies as a freelancer, always searching for new projects to enhance his skills.

In 2011, he wrote an HTML5 guide for the biggest Italian web design e-learning portal HTML.it and in the same year he started a long collaboration with Radio Deejay pushing the HTML5 technology into the mainstream in Italy thanks to an amazing working group. He won, with Radio Deejay team, the first prize for the best Design/UX in Dev Unplugged (an HTML5 contest for the launch of Internet Explorer 9) realizing The Visual Player, an amazing project that combines the use of HTML5 Canvas, Video, Audio, and SVG features.

In 2012, he moved to Zurich to work as frontend developer for Gold Interactive, then a brand-new web agency that likes to start any new project always by exploiting the coolest HTML5 features needed to make them unique and great. He believes in open source and is always sharing his tricky codes on Twitter from his account gianlucaguarini. You can contact him at gianluca.guarini@gmail.com and https://github.com/GianlucaGuarini.


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HASH(0x9a7f809c) out of 5 stars Awesome Book! 7 Jan. 2015
By Hal E. Tosis - Published on Amazon.com
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If you already know the basics of CSS and HTML and are wanting to learn the Transitions and Transformations of CSS3, this book delivers! There is even a link to a very nice CSS3 Cheat Sheet (5 pages), and links to HTML5 files and software. It is great for a view of the differences of HTML5 to HTML4. I would recommend this book to anybody that already understands the basics of CSS, and wants to start converting or learning HTML5 and learn the more advanced features of CSS3 like Transitions and Transformations as the title states. Five Stars!
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HASH(0x99d73864) out of 5 stars An excellent book in learning HTML5 in combination with CSS3 3 Jan. 2014
By Julian A. Rozzell Sr. - Published on Amazon.com
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This book is excellent in learning the inner workings of HTML5 and CSS3 as a tool in developing and creating webpages. The author provided a great outline of critical information in highlighting the most important snippets of the HTML5/CSS3 language. I thoroughly enjoyed his 'sense of humor' sprinkled occassionally in the book.

Although he covered a broad range of material about front-end web design, he accomplished it in a matter that was logical in sequence and ease to digest and learn. I highly recommend this book to anyone who has a strong interest in learning the essential elements of web page development from a front-end design perspective.
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