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What the Web Looked Like Before Google - The Atlantic Wire

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What the Web Looked Like Before Google The Atlantic Wire On the occasion of Google's 15th anniversary, it's tough to imagine the Internet without all the Google services we use for our Internetting, so let's go back to 1998, the year Google was...
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eBook Free Download: HTML5 iPhone Web Application Development | PDF, EPUB | ISBN: 1849691029 | 2013-05-24 | English | PutLocker

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An introduction to web-application development for mobile within the iOS Safari browser with this book and ebook

Overview

Simple and complex problems will be covered with examples and resources that backup the approach and technique.Real world solutions that are broken down for multiple target audiences; from beginner developers to technical architects.Learn to build true web applications using the latest industry standards for iOS Safari.

In Detail

Create compelling web applications specifically tailored for distribution on iOS Safari. Work through real world examples with references, and in-depth discussions on the approach; including its benefits and drawbacks.

“HTML5 iPhone Web Application Development” strives to teach all levels of developers, beginners and professionals, the process of creating web applications for iOS Safari. Utilizing current industry standards for frontend development, learn to take advantage of HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript to create compellingsoftware.

Start with reviewing current industry standards for frontend development, and end with creating a native application using the same codebase.

Your journey will begin with an overview of current industry standards for frontend technology, quickly moving to solve real world issues; from creating a resizable or responsive gallery, to creating a single page application that utilizes the popular Backbone.js framework.

“HTML5 iPhone Web Application Development” aims to make you an expert in developing web applications for the iOS Safari platform.

What you will learn from this book

Explore exciting HTML5 features such as Geolocation and localStorageResponsive design implementationNative application development using PhoneGapGet to grips with current industry standardsDevelop touch-based interactivityLearn about Safari specific UI enhancementsFind solutions to every day real world problems

Approach

Presented in an easy to follow, step by step tutorial format, this is your guide to web application development for the iOS Safari

Who this book is written for

This book was meant for you! From the beginner developer to chief technology officer, this book aims to make you an expert in the field of web application development for iOS Safari. Familiarity with HTML, CSS and JavaScript are greatly encouraged but if you’re looking to dive right in and find solutions to everyday problems and more, then this book is for you.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Application Architecture
Chapter 2: Integrating HTML5 Video
Chapter 3: HTML5 Audio
Chapter 4: Touch and Gestures
Chapter 5: Understanding HTML5 Forms
Chapter 6: Location-aware Applications
Chapter 7: One-page Applications
Chapter 8: Offline Applications
Chapter 9: Principles of Clean and Optimized Code
Chapter 10: Creating a Native iPhone Web Application

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Apple's Maps Team Hiring Web UI Designer for 'New Secret Project ...

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Apple today posted a new job listing seeking a Maps Web User Interface Designer to "design, develop, and maintain complex front-end code for a...
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How Google could have made the Web secure and failed -- again

How Google could have made the Web secure and failed -- again | outils web | Scoop.it
Google confirms it made a change to better protect the privacy of how people search. However, it left loopholes and once again failed to seize an opportunity to encourage all sites to go secure. Read this article by Danny Sullivan on CNET News.
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