Modern web browsers support a whole range of new HTML5 and CSS3 features that make web development fun. But supporting old browsers can make a web developer's life difficult. With HTML5 Modernizr, you can check for features and deliver a design around them that is not only backward, but also forward compatible.
browsers. I wrote it for readers with at least some prior programming experience who
to take their understanding to a new level and really master the language and the...
The Web Application Hacker's Handbook: Finding and Exploiting Security Flaws
This book is a practical guide to discovering and exploiting security flaws in web applications. By “web applications” we mean those that are accessed using a web browser to communicate with a web server. We examine a wide variety of different technologies, such as databases, file systems, and web services, but only in the context...
Adobe Edge Animate CC For Dummies
The easy way to build HTML5 mobile and web apps using Adobe's new Edge Animate CC
Getting Started with HTML5 WebSocket Programming
Develop and deploy your first secure and scalable real-time web application
Start real-time communication in your web applications
Create a feature-rich WebSocket chat application
Learn the step-by-step configuration of the server and clients...
Pro jQuery in Oracle Application Express
Building on your existing SQL skills, this book teaches you how to apply useful jQuery techniques to applications developed using the Oracle Application Express (APEX) development tool.
Pro jQuery in Oracle Application Express covers the fundamentals you need to start enhancing your applications, with some practical...
Murach's HTML5 and CSS3
Note: There is a newer edition of this book
HTML5 and CSS3 (the latest standards for HTML and cascading style sheets) are packed with coding options that make it easier than ever to create web pages with the features users want today, from an up-to-date look and feel...to immediate validation of user entries...to audio and video...
Hello! HTML5 & CSS3: A user-friendly reference guide
I first saw the web in my final year of university in 1993-94. All the cool
kids (bear in mind, this was a Computer Science department) were playing
with a strange bit of software called Mosaic on their Sun 4 workstations.
I had some fun with it and created my first web page (a guide to...
Aptana Studio Beginner's Guide
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