About the Technology
About this Book
This book assumes you're familiar with HTML, and concentrates on the intersection between new HTML5 features and Microsoft-specific technologies.
Purchase of the print book comes with an offer of a free PDF, ePub, and Kindle eBook from Manning. Also available is all code from the book.
HTML5 from a .NET perspective
Local storage, threading, and WebSockets
Using JSON-enabled web services
WCF services for HTML5
How to build single page web apps
"This book speaks directly to the interests and concerns of the .NET developer."—From the Forward by Scott Hanselman, Microsoft Table of Contents
HTML5 and .NET
A markup primer: classic HTML, semantic HTML, and CSS
Jim Jackson is a software consultant for Applied Information Sciences in Columbia, Maryland. He currently leads a project to make the archives for Vogue, Rolling Stone, and Playboy available via an HTML5-based rich internet application.