This book is a condensed reference for HTML5 markup. It presents the essential HTML5 elements and attributes in a well-organized format that can be used as a handy reference. HTML5 Quick Markup Reference is an HTML5 reference title covering tags and parameters central to HTML5 markup using the NetBeans 8.1 IDE. The book covers the tags used in HTML5, logically organized by topical chapters. It gets more advanced as chapters progress, covering the new media tags and file formats that are best for use with HTML5, as well as key factors regarding the data footprint optimization work process, in-lining .CSS and .JS files, and why data footprint optimization is important. What You Will Learn: The tags supported in HTML5 What comprises an HTML5 content production workflow Concepts and principles behind HTML5 content production How to install and utilize Inkscape for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux Concepts behind spline curves, strokes, fills, patterns, and rendering Digital illustration data formats and data footprint optimization Who This Book Is For: Website developers, Flash developers, user interface designers, HTML5 game designers, teachers, and educators.
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With 90 detailed hacks, expert web developers Jesse Cravens and Jeff Burtoft demonstrate intriguing uses of HTML5-related technologies. Each recipe provides a clear explanation, screenshots, and complete code examples for specifications that include Canvas, SVG, CSS3, multimedia, data storage, web workers, WebSockets, and geolocation. You’ll also find hacks for HTML5 markup elements and attributes that will give you a solid foundation for creative recipes that follow. The last chapter walks you through everything you need to know to get your HTML5 app off the ground, from Node.js to deploying your server to the cloud. Here are just a few of the hacks you’ll find in this book: * Make iOS-style card flips with CSS transforms and transitions * Replace the background of your video with the Canvas tag * Use Canvas to create high-res Retina Display-ready media * Make elements on your page user-customizable with editable content * Cache media resources locally with the filesystem API * Reverse-geocode the location of your web app user * Process image data with pixel manipulation in a dedicated web worker * Push notifications to the browser with Server-Sent Events
XML is a text-based markup language that has taken the programming world by storm. More powerful than HTML yet less demanding than SGML, XML has proven itself to be flexible and resilient. XML is the perfect tool for formatting documents with even the smallest bit of complexity, from Web pages to legal contracts to books. However, XML has also proven itself to be indispensable for organizing and conveying other sorts of data as well, thus its central role in web services like SOAP and XML-RPC.As the Perl programming language was tailor-made for manipulating text, few people have disputed the fact that Perl and XML are perfectly suited for one another. The only question has been what´s the best way to do it. That´s where this book comes in.Perl & XML is aimed at Perl programmers who need to work with XML documents and data. The book covers all the major modules for XML processing in Perl, including XML::Simple, XML::Parser, XML::LibXML, XML::XPath, XML::Writer, XML::Pyx, XML::Parser::PerlSAX, XML::SAX, XML::SimpleObject, XML::TreeBuilder, XML::Grove, XML::DOM, XML::RSS, XML::Generator::DBI, and SOAP::Lite. But this book is more than just a listing of modules; it gives a complete, comprehensive tour of the landscape of Perl and XML, making sense of the myriad of modules, terminology, and techniques.This book covers:parsing XML documents and writing them out againworking with event streams and SAXtree processing and the Document Object Modeladvanced tree processing with XPath and XSLTMost valuably, the last two chapters of Perl & XML give complete examples of XML applications, pulling together all the tools at your disposal. All together, Perl & XML is the single book that gives you a solid grounding in XML processing with Perl.
Are you a solo web designer or part of a small team itching to build interesting projects with Drupal? This hands-on book provides the tools and techniques to get you going. Award-winning designer Dani Nordin guides you through site planning, teaches you how to create solid, user-centered design for the Drupal framework, and shows you tricks for using real, honest-to-goodness, developer Ninja Magick. This book is a compilation of three short guides - Planning Drupal Projects, Design and Prototyping for Drupal, and Drupal Development Tricks for Designers - plus exclusive ´´director´s material.´´ If you´re familiar with HTML and CSS, but struggling with Drupal´s learning curve, this is the book you´ve been looking for. Get extra material, including an expanded Grids chapter, more recommended modules, and a Short Form Project plan Learn how to work user-centered design practices into Drupal projects Choose the right modules for your project, and discover several go-to modules Use strategies for sketching, wireframing, and designing effective layouts Manage Drupal´s markup, including code generated by the powerful Views module Learn how to work with Drupal on the command line Set up your development environment and collaborate with other designers and developers Learn the basics of Git, the free open source version control system