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Adobe Dreamweaver CS5.5 Studio Techniques: Designing and Developing for Mobile with jQuery, HTML5, and CSS3 by David Powers

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Acknowledgments

Writing a book about new software is a solitary activity, grappling with a constantly moving target and pounding the keyboard to deliver the chapters on time. But none of it would be possible without an army of helpers. First, there’s Scott Fegette, Senior Product Manager for Dreamweaver, who kept me informed of the engineering team’s plans. Then there’s Kin Blas, a Dreamweaver engineer actively involved in developing jQuery Mobile, who clarified points I found difficult to understand. My thanks go to them and to the rest of the Dreamweaver team for their help both directly and indirectly.

I’ve also had a strong backup team at Peachpit: Victor Gavenda, who accepted the concept of this book and liked it so much that he persuaded ...

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