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01 Apr 2010, 12:31
Kimiko (2 posts)

Hello,

are there any HTML5 books planned? Preferably the semantically correct kind, and suppose JavaScript to backup browsers that still doesn’t support all the new stuff.

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01 Apr 2010, 16:04
Jonathan Waddilove (11 posts)

Yes please. Also covering HTML5 IDE options (like Dashcode?) would be a bonus.

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01 Apr 2010, 17:13
Brad Hutchins (142 posts)

I am in agreement too… But I had already posted this request a while back. http://forums.pragprog.com/forums/109/topics/3296

But Still Yes. HTML5 / CSS3

Dsc00765_pragsmall
06 May 2010, 20:30
Susannah Davidson Pfalzer (114 posts)

Thank you for the suggestion! In fact, we have an HTML5/CSS3 book in the works. Stay tuned!

Best, Susannah Davidson Pfalzer Pragmatic Bookshelf

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07 May 2010, 18:35
Brad Hutchins (142 posts)

Will WebGL (based on OpenGL ES 2.0) be included in this? At least an intro chapter I hope. If not I recommend a book on that too. Everyone seems to be ready to Jump on HTML5 just as soon as things are finalized.

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18 May 2010, 23:48
Cody Krieger (4 posts)

Great, looking forward to this one! :)

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23 May 2010, 16:06
Brad Hutchins (142 posts)

Since it is questionable weather or not a WebGL part of the book. You might want a section that talks about the new HTML5 related technologies and what they can bring to the table…

Such as:

  • WebGL
  • Google Native Client (NaCl).
  • .....Vendors already planning on using this for custom web apps and Facebook
  • Cappuccino (renders to HTML 5 code).
  • .....Example Apps
  • The streaming video codecs.
  • etc . . .
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