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Get up to speed on the engine that powers Safari and Google Chrome
What do the web browsers on iPhone, iPad, Android, Blackberry, Kindle, and Nokia have in common with Google Chrome and Apple Safari? WebKit powers them all. This guide shows you how to create web sites and mobile web apps using WebKit. Learn to use all the developer tools, the latest web standards, and WebKit's unique styles and functions to create appealing, interactive sites for mobile and desktop display.
Explores how WebKit supports HTML5 and CSS3, providing a large toolkit for creating faster and better mobile web sitesExplains how to create web pages for both mobile and desktop display using WebKitCovers acquiring and installing the developer tools, building web pages, debugging and deploying them, and taking advantage of WebKit functions to create faster, more appealing, and more interactive sites
With mobile devices proliferating at a rapid rate, there's never been a better time to learn all about the engine that powers the leading mobile browser. WebKit For Dummies teaches you to create web pages that make the most of everything WebKit has to offer.
File Size: 17646 KB
Print Length: 411 pages
Publisher: For Dummies; 1 edition (January 27, 2012)
Publication Date: January 27, 2012
X-Ray: Not Enabled
Word Wise: Not Enabled
Lending: Not Enabled
Screen Reader: Supported
Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
on January 9, 2014
By James Mallory
I enrolled in an on-line course by the author of this book and I liked his teaching method and decided to purchase this book. Now that I have had time to go through the book I find it to be well written and easy to understand. It has been written in such a way that anyone with minimal web programming experience could understand it. I would highly recommend this book for anyone who is interested in learning about the Webkit engine and / or programming mobile apps.
on February 5, 2015
By Paul Gwizdala
Like new but old content.
on April 12, 2013
By DongHyuk Kim
I have bought this used book described that it’s condition is very good.
on September 9, 2013
By M. Holmes
I’m still reading this book. So far, its met my expectations. I’m happy with this purchase. Good book. two words
on May 14, 2014
great service, going down the road, singing a song, with Brer Rabbit, the songster, and the trickster of the day
on September 21, 2014
By Jarret W. Buse
the answer to my search
on February 25, 2012
By Robert C. King
I am not all the way through this book yet, but so far, I have really enjoyed it. I wanted to create a web app that could work across many devices and ran into a wall trying to understand how to do that. This book has started to help me get over that barrier. I like that the author got my fingers on the keyboard early to find some early success. I also like the links he makes to things like the mobileboilerplate and jquery mobile. There are so many resources out on the web now, but understanding how to actually weave them together into a solution is sometimes a mystery to me. So far, I have had a number of satisfying AHAs regarding how things work together. When I have worked all the way through the book, I will update this review.
Webkit for Dummies
on June 12, 2012
I read this book and enjoyed it immensely. Mr. Minnick