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About this Book
This book assumes you're familiar with HTML, and concentrates on the intersection between new HTML5 features and Microsoft-specific technologies.
Purchase of the print book comes with an offer of a free PDF, ePub, and Kindle eBook from Manning. Also available is all code from the book.
- HTML5 from a .NET perspective
- Local storage, threading, and WebSockets
- Using JSON-enabled web services
- WCF services for HTML5
- How to build single page web apps
"This book speaks directly to the interests and concerns of the .NET developer."—From the Forward by Scott Hanselman, Microsoft Table of Contents
- HTML5 and .NET
- A markup primer: classic HTML, semantic HTML, and CSS
- Audio and video controls
- The History API: Changing the game for MVC sites
- Geolocation and web mapping
- Web workers and drag and drop
- Local storage and state management
- Offline web applications
Purchase includes free PDF, ePub, and Kindle eBooks downloadable at manning.com.
About the Author
is a software consultant for Applied Information Sciences in Columbia, Maryland. He currently leads a project to make the archives for Vogue, Rolling Stone, and Playboy available via an HTML5-based rich internet application.
Ian Gilman is a professional developer who is passionate about open web technologies, lively user interfaces, and feedback loops of all shapes and sizes.