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With the second edition of this popular book, you’ll learn how to build HTML5 and CSS3-based apps that access geolocation, accelerometer, multi-touch screens, offline storage, and other features in today’s smartphones, tablets, and feature phones. The market for mobile apps continues to evolve at a breakneck pace, and this book is the most complete reference available for the mobile web.


On Jul 22 Mike Ridyard wrote: A great reference but lacks real world examples
If you're looking to learn how to build HTML5 and CSS3-based apps that access the technology in today's smartphones, tablets, and feature phones, this is the essential reference. Full Review  >

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On Jul 4 Philip White wrote:
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On Jun 10 Nicolas L wrote: A comprehensive overview
Written with the reader’s understanding in mind, this book does not focus on a specific technology such as JavaScript, HTML5 or CSS3. In contrast, its does cover these topics and go even further presenting the evolution of mobile web protocols, some mobile web design practices and more specific topics like native and hybrid applications, local storage and location-based applications. Full Review  >

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On May 15 Marc 137 wrote: The future (present?) of mobile's app
The first thing it does is break the schemes and put your feet on the ground. Full Review  >

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