Learn about all the modern and powerful features that HTML5 has to offer with Packt’s new book and eBook
Packt is pleased to announce the release of HTML5 Data and Services Cookbook, a fast-paced guide that comprehensively explains all the new features the new HTML5 platform has to offer. This book teaches you how to effectively display lists and tables, draw charts, animate elements, and how to use modern techniques such as templates and data binding frameworks through simple and concise examples. The print book is 480 pages long and is competitively priced at $59.99, whilst the eBook and Kindle versions are available for $30.59.
About the Authors:
Gorgi Kosev is the lead software engineer at CreationPal, where he currently works on the development of mobile and desktop HTML5 applications as well as cloud solutions based on Node.js.
Mite Mitreski works on the development of custom enterprise applications with a primary focus on Java and JVM-based solutions. He is currently the JUG Leader of the Java User Group, Macedonia. He has great passion for free and open source software, open data formats, and the open web.
HTML5 is everywhere. From PCs to tablets to smartphones and even TVs, the Web is the most ubiquitous application platform and information medium bar. HTML5 Data and Services Cookbook contains over 100 recipes that explain how to utilize modern features and techniques when building websites or web applications. This book will help you explore the full power of HTML5, from number rounding to advanced graphics to real-time data binding.
The book starts by guiding you through how to display textual and graphical data before moving on to discuss graphs and animated visualizations as well as how to use input controls. The book then dives into interesting and complex topics such as data serialization, validation and server-side communication, automatic data binding, and server communication to name just a few.
The book consists of the following chapters:
Chapter 1: Display of Textual Data
Chapter 2: Display of Graphical Data
Chapter 3: Animated Data Display
Chapter 4: Using HTML5 Input Components
Chapter 5: Custom Input Components
Chapter 6: Data Validation
Chapter 7: Data Serialization
Chapter 8: Communicating with Servers
Chapter 9: Client-side Templates
Chapter 10: Data Binding Frameworks
Chapter 11: Data Storage
Chapter 12: Multimedia
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For more information, please visit: http://www.packtpub.com/html5-data-services-cookbook/book