Web Programming With HTML5, CSS, and JavaScript

Web Programming With HTML5, CSS, and JavaScript

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Web Programming with HTML 5, CSS, and JavaScript is written for the undergraduate, client-side web programming course. It covers the three client-side technologies (HTML5, CSS, and JavaScript) in depth, with no dependence on server-side technologies. One of the distinguishing features of this new text is its coverage of canvas, one of the most important new features of HTML5.

Topics are presented in a logical, comprehensive manner and code is presented in both short code fragments and complete web pages, allowing readers to grasp concepts quickly and then apply the concepts in the context of a complete web page. Each chapter concludes with an optional case study, which builds upon itself to create a sophisticated website. The case studies allow students to apply what they have learned and gives them a feel for the real-world design process.

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In a textbook for a course on programming for the web, Dean covers HTML5, CSS, and JavaScript as the pillars of client-side web programming, that is, programming in which all web page calculations are performed on the end users' computers. He does not include the technologies for server-side programming. The course would be for sophomore or junior computer science majors who have programming experience, he says, but the textbook could also serve in a year-long course for high school students with or without programming experience. Annotation ©2018 Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR (protoview.com)

Publisher: Burlington, MA :, Jones & Bartlett Learning,, [2019]
Copyright Date: ©2019
ISBN: 9781284091809
Characteristics: 1 online resource (1 volume) : illustrations


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