- I think it was very good in general. He helped explain all the small individual parts of HTML and HTML5 - Juan Rafael Lopez, Udemy.com
- Takes even the biggest n00bie and turns them into an HTML5 coder by the end... and it's all in ordered steps so you don't get lost. - AppSumo
From the Author
, one of the best-selling web development books of the last few years. With this new book I wanted to apply the same philosphy to teaching HTML5 (using the same stimulating and easy to read style) so that everyone can make use of its great new features.
As you probably know by now HTML5 isn't any one upgrade to HTML. Rather it's a collection of items that came together at roughly the same time and ended up being called HTML5 - and this course has been written in 20 self-contained lectures that should take you less than 20 hours to learn. In Robin Nixon's HTML5 Crash Course
you'll learn about major new technologies such as the canvas, geolocation, audio and video, as well as the new extensions made to HTML forms, microdata and web workers. Collectively all these things have become known as HTML5, and as a web developer you need to know what they are and how to use them.
reveals in detail how the powerful new HTML5 features work - giving you all the details you need to knit them into fast, tight and compelling web pages.