DIVE INTO HTML5 BY MARK PILGRIM PDF

Aside from that, I believe I learned something new. Both aspects are highly appropriate to the nature of the subject. I already felt well-versed in the story, but Pilgrim has unearthed some really interesting tidbits which made me feel contemplative and perhaps a little sad. Chapters 4, 5, and 6 all have chapters titled "What About IE? Building with any web technology is often like erecting buildings upon shifting sands. There are a few bits of bedrock here and there we can count on, but most of the interesting land - the places people want to live on - are out in the dunes.

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Aside from that, I believe I learned something new. Both aspects are highly appropriate to the nature of the subject. I already felt well-versed in the story, but Pilgrim has unearthed some really interesting tidbits which made me feel contemplative and perhaps a little sad. Chapters 4, 5, and 6 all have chapters titled "What About IE? Building with any web technology is often like erecting buildings upon shifting sands.

There are a few bits of bedrock here and there we can count on, but most of the interesting land - the places people want to live on - are out in the dunes.

Most browsers just suck, but Internet Explorer blows the sands like that giant storm in the movie "Hildago" we watched just to see what Aragorn of The Lord of the Rings looked like without a beard. Thankfully, this book does give that consideration. In addition to giving realistic guidance into the treacherous landscape of cutting-edge HTML, Pilgrim gives compelling arguments for the use of many tags which are not yet supported, but fail gracefully.

My only real complaint in this area is that he gives a mind-bogglingly large amount of space to the subject of microdata albeit, again, with a good supporting argument , a lot of which may never be supported by anything ever. I really appreciate the level-headed realism and consideration put into this book. It stopped training for the fights. Its muscle turned to fat. It went through a series of failed relationships in which it abused its trophy wives, hoping that something would make it feel good, like it had back in the 3.

Opera was there, but without market share it was too small, too "indie", IE had no need to fight it. Oh, but it longed for something real. Something substantial to fill the void. Eventually it turned to the bottle. Friends left it. Slowly, its anger turned inward. All the hatred, the unwanted attention, the painful awkwardness at home - all of that compressed into a tight glowing red core of suffering. It got an air freshener in Version 7. Nothing could mask the stench of decay. It was dipped in chocolate in Version 8.

Everyone agreed that though it smelled better, there was still something terrible in the meat. It festers still. IE hates your damned markup and your damned stylesheets. It hates them! It hates them so much! Great book overall, replete with bits of history and working code.

I like that each HTML5 feature was prefaced with a list of supporting browsers and Pilgrim provides a fallback for almost every function. The example sites were pretty useful as well. Very accessible even for those of us with no Javascript knowledge. I think I actually read the free e-book available over at diveintohtml5. I think the book would be particularly valuable for people building web apps trying to harness some of the more advanced features of HTML5 offline storage, geolocation but even as a low-level, front-end person I was able to take several handy tricks away and immediately upgraded some forms I had written.

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Удивительно легко читается, крутые примеры, крутые шутки и комментарии Марк прекрасно справляется с изложением сложного материала простым и изящным способом. Отличная вводная книга по всем основным аспектам HTML5. Удивительно легко читается, крутые примеры, крутые шутки и комментарии — Марк прекрасно справляется с изложением сложного материала простым и изящным способом. Unless they really do just want a very basic overview of things like the History API and the new form helpers. It seems as though this book was designed as a reference someone should just skim, because Pilgrim repeats many parts of his explanations throughout a single chapter or This is a very light primer to the new features and APIs of HTML5.

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