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HTML5 Data and Services Cookbook

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HTML5 Data and Services Cookbook

Overview of this book

HTML5 is everywhere. From PCs to tablets to smartphones and even TVs, the web is the most ubiquitous application platform and information medium bar. Its becoming a first class citizen in established operating systems such as Microsoft Windows 8 as well as the primary platform of new operating systems such as Google Chrome OS. "HTML5 Data and Services Cookbook" contains over 100 recipes explaining how to utilize modern features and techniques when building websites or web applications. This book will help you to explore the full power of HTML5 - from number rounding to advanced graphics to real-time data binding. "HTML5 Data and Services Cookbook" starts with the display of text and related data. Then you will be guided through graphs and animated visualizations followed by input and input controls. Data serialization, validation and communication with the server as well as modern frameworks with advanced features like automatic data binding and server communication will also be covered in detail.This book covers a fast track into new libraries and features that are part of HTML5!
Table of Contents (21 chapters)
HTML5 Data and Services Cookbook
Credits
About the Authors
About the Reviewers
www.PacktPub.com
Preface
Index

About the Reviewers

Rade Despodovski graduated from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies in Skopje, Macedonia, in the year 2011 as a software engineer. He has been developing and using Microsoft technologies for eight years. In the last two years, his professional efforts have been concentrated on web technologies, in particular, using HTML5 and JavaScript. At present, his biggest interests lay in the development of multiplatform applications based on open-source technologies. Contact Rade at .

Santiago Martín-Cleto started his career as a web designer for an outstanding Spanish media group in 1999. Passionate about design and code, he considers himself as a web standards and open source advocate. He has been involved in huge projects for mass media and financial corporations as a contributor to launch start-ups. As a front-end developer, he is specialized in high traffic websites performance issues.

He has also reviewed HTML5 Enterprise Application Development, published by Packt Publishing.

Kevin Roast is a front-end software developer with 15 years professional experience and a lifelong interest in computer science and computer graphics. He has developed software for several companies and is a founding developer at Alfresco Software Ltd. He is very excited by the prospect of the HTML5 standardization of the web and the progress of web-browser software in recent years. He was also the co-author of a book Professional Alfresco: Practical Solutions for Enterprise Content Management, Wrox and has been a technical reviewer on several HTML5 and software development related books.

Ljubomir Zivanovic is a senior software developer at Netcetera and lead of Microsoft Competence Center within the company. He has over a decade of experience in the software industry, mainly focused on web stack and front-end technologies that affect UX in every way. One of the founders of the Macedonian .NET User Group, devoted husband and father, and a passionate amateur photographer.