Building Web, Cloud, and Mobile Solutions with F#
If you were to do a search right now for the hottest technology trends, you would see a
consistent theme of focus on the technical areas of web, cloud, and mobile solutions
combined with big data and economies of scale. With these trends comes a need for
tools that allow technologists, such as you and me, to harness...
CSS3 Pushing the Limits
Push CSS3 and your design skills to the limit—and beyond!
Representing an evolutionary leap forward for CSS, CSS3 is chock-full of new capabilities that dramatically expand the boundaries of what a styling language can do. But many of those new features remain undocumented, making it difficult to learn what they are...
In just one weekend with this SitePoint book, you'll learn how to:
Dynamic Web Programming and HTML5
With organizations and individuals increasingly dependent on the Web, the need for competent, well-trained Web developers and maintainers is growing. Helping readers master Web development, Dynamic Web Programming and HTML5 covers specific Web programming languages, APIs, and coding techniques and provides an...
Learning Ext JS 4
Learn the basics and create your first classes
Handle data and understand the way it works, create powerful...
HTML & XHTML: The Definitive Guide (6th Edition)
Put everthing you need to know about HTML & XHTML at your fingertips. For nearly a decade, hundreds of thousands of web developers have turned to HTML & XHTML: The Definitive Guide to master standards-based web development. Truly a definitive guide, the book combines a unique balance of...
HTML5 Games: Creating Fun with HTML5, CSS3, and WebGL
"All this is done in HTML5, by the way!" exclaimed Steve Jobs, the mind and face of the
Apple success story, as he walked the audience through the new HTMLs-powered ad
system at the iPhone OS 4.0 Keynote, receiving cheers, laughs, and applause in return.
The recent developments in open, standards-based web technologies... CSS Pocket Reference (Pocket Reference)
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is the W3C standard for the visual
presentation of web pages (although it can be used in other
settings as well). After a short introduction to the key concepts
of CSS, this pocket reference provides an alphabetical reference
to all CSS3 selectors, followed by an alphabetical reference to...
Client-side web app development has always been the poor cousin to server-side coding. This started
because browsers and the devices they run on have been less capable than enterprise-class servers. To
provide any kind of serious web app functionality, the server had to do all of the heavy lifting for the
browsers, which was pretty...
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