Klaus Förster, Bernd Öggl, "HTML5 Guidelines for Web Developers"
English | 2011 | ISBN: 0321772741 | 320 pages | PDF | 7 MB
In HTML5 Guidelines for Web Developers, two pioneering web developers provide a comprehensive guide to HTML5’s powerful new elements and techniques through compact, practical, easy-to-understand examples.
You’ll discover just how much you can do with HTML5—from programming audio/video playback to integrating geographical data into pages and applications.
Browser support: What you can (and can’t) do with HTML5 today
HTML5 document structure and semantics
Intelligent forms, including new input types, elements, and client-side validation
The “video” and “audio” elements, and scripting media solutions
Advanced graphics with Canvas and SVG
Geolocation in the browser, including location tracking via Google Maps
Web storage, offline web applications, WebSockets,and Web Workers
Embedding sematic markup with Microdata and the Microdata DOM API
Implementing drag-and-drop with the “draggable” attribute
New global attributes: “data-*,” “hidden,” “contenteditable,” “spellcheck,” and more