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HTML5 Developer’s Cookbook by Tom Leadbetter, Chuck Hudson

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15. Integrating Device Data

Over the past 20 years, the Hypertext Markup Language has come a long way and is constantly evolving through the work of browser creators and various groups such as the W3C working groups. HTML5 as we know it is a collection of HTML tags and attributes, JavaScript APIs, and CSS styles. In this book, we have covered many of the extension APIs created as part of HTML5. However, the work effort to further the browser experience for users, especially as users use more and more mobile devices, has not stopped and in fact is stronger than ever. In the past couple years, there has been an explosion of new mobile devices with a fundamental difference from the mobile phones of the past. No longer is the device a mobile phone ...

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