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"HTML5 is REALLY doing some great things for web developers. It has breathed new life in to web applications and with the advancements made in CSS3, it's feasible to build a full fledged application that runs without any installation for your users on their desktop, tablet, and mobile phone with minimal changes to you. I'll admit that I know quite a bit about HTML, but HTML5 was a new world for me in a lot of ways. Knowing the right code or "hacks" to make this work against all the different browsers is what HTML5 Hacks by Jesse Cravens and Jeff Burtoft provides for developers new and experienced." Full Review >
-- Sean Patterson,

" "Hacking might be characterized as 'an appropriate application of ingenuity'. Whether the result is a quick-and-dirty patchwork job or a carefully crafted work of art, you have to admire the cleverness that went into it."(MIT hacker Phil Agre)1 I also look at this type of hacking as making something do what you want it to do, or pushing it to the limit. By using this book, you too can learn work arounds for making HTML5 work for you too. There are a bunch of hacks that are truly useful, even if you're a veteran html programmer. " Full Review >
-- Ninajean Slone,

"This book is wonderful and when I read just the first page the freshness of the next words hit me. I like so much understand a lot of things who I didn't know." Full Review >
-- Manuel Ricci,