Tom Leadbetter is a web designer and developer based in Liverpool, England. He has been working with HTML5 since early 2009 and blogs about it at HTML5Doctor.com.
The book has many references to other resources and tools that can help you develop better.
This book is written in a "Cookbook Style", with emphasis on recipes that show how the technology would be applied in real-world coding problems.
I have to say that most books I review end with me telling you that it's a good book, but this is NOT the case this time.
I own several different "Cookbooks" covering numerous languages and I find each and every one of them are a helpful tool to look up examples of logic I may have forgotten... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Fosh
HTML5 Developer's Cookbook (Developer's Library)
Got this to help with some dev projects; useful hints; good coverage -- lots of useful recipes/templates. Read more
This is not as clearly written as I wished it would be. Beginners will not find the information they seek. For the price, however, I would not know of an alternative.Published on May 22, 2012 by Rene Grothmann
Wow, what a book. I now have to find time in my schedule to really dedicate myself to HTML 5.
I cannot say that many books in tech are page turners. This one was. Read more