Book Review: HTML5 and CSS3 for the Real World
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Published: 06 Sep 2011
Abstract
HTML5 and CSS3 has unleashed new possibilites for web developers to build rich and powerful websites. HTML5 and CSS3 for the Real World from SitePoint is a compact book which covers the core aspects of these new technologies. In this review, Anand examines the contents of the book and also provides a few suggestions for improvement.
by Anand Narayanaswamy
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Introduction

If you are a web developer or are involved in web development work then you will know how important HTML5 is as it contains lot of new improvements and tags to create rich compelling websites. SitePoint, a division of O'Reilly, publishes books which provide comprehensive coverage of the topic with the help of a real world project. HTML5 and CSS3 for the Real World is their latest book which thoroughly examines the features of two new compelling technologies for the creation of rich user friendly websites - HTML5 and CSS3.


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