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Build better HTML code

Saturday, November 3rd, 2012 by Servage

The world of technical innovation is never standing still. There is always something new going on somewhere. The makers of the Internet are not asleep, haha – and so we have not settled with the first implementation of HTML. We are currently working with the current definition, HTML5, and there are likely more to come. Staying up to date on development technologies and principles is therefore paramount for any good web designer, who want’s to stay competitive and maintain a great website.

In the following you can see a few great offline resources which can help you improve your knowledge – while relaxing on a couch, sitting on a train or wherever you have a few minutes to spare:

Book 1: Learn HTML and CSS with w3Schools

“A fast, simple tutorial from the leading Web developer instruction site is the number one online education source for beginning Web developers. This book packages W3Schools content in an attractive two-color design that gets beginning Web developers and designers up and running with the core Web development technologies. To-the-point tutorials with clear examples and simple explanations give novices the knowledge they need to get going with confidence.”

Book 2: HTML and CSS: Design and Build Websites

“A full-color introduction to the basics of HTML and CSS from the publishers of Wrox!
Every day, more and more people want to learn some HTML and CSS. Joining the professional web designers and programmers are new audiences who need to know a little bit of code at work (update a content management system or e-commerce store) and those who want to make their personal blogs more attractive. Many books teaching HTML and CSS are dry and only written for those who want to become programmers, which is why this book takes an entirely new approach.”

Book 3: Introducing HTML5 Game Development

“Making video games is hard work that requires technical skills, a lot of planning, and—most critically—a commitment to completing the project. With this hands-on guide, you’ll learn step-by-step how to create a real 2D game from start to finish. In the process, you’ll use Impact, the JavaScript game framework that works with HTML5’s Canvas element. Not only will you pick up important tips about game design, you’ll also learn how to publish Impact games to the Web, desktop, and mobile—including a method to package your game as a native iOS app. Packed with screen shots and sample code, this book is ideal for game developers of all levels.”

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Categories: Tips & Tricks


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