Enterprise Web Development – Building HTML5 Applications: From Desktop to Mobile By Yakov Fain, Victor Rasputnis, Anatole Tartakovsky and Viktor Gamov.
Free HTML Books
Read HTML5 Canvas 2nd Edition: Native Interactivity and Animation for the Web, by Steve Fulton and Jeff Fulton, online for free.
“HTML Canvas Deep Dive: A Travelogue”, by Josh Marinacci, which is complete but will continue to be updated. It is a hands on introduction to Canvas.
“HTML5 for Publishers”, published by O’Reilly Media, is freely available in several ebook formats from O’Reilly shop. HTML5 for Publishers gives an overview of some of the most exciting features HTML5 provides to ebook content creators–audio/video, geolocation, and the Canvas–and shows how to put them in action.
This free online book “Dive Into HTML5” is the draft version of the upcoming book “HTML5: Up and Running” from O’Reilly Media.
This is a free HTML book from Sams Reference Library. Sams Teach Yourself HTML 4 in 24 Hours, Fourth Edition, is a carefully organized tutorial that teaches the beginning Web page author just what you need to know in order to get a Web page up in the shortest time possible.
The most detailed and up-to-date online HTML reference for web professionals. It covers every element and attribute in the HTML and XHTML Specifications, including an example of its correct use Coverage of deprecated and proprietary elements Detailed browser compatibility information will save you hours of painful debugging and frustration.
It contains reference information for the Dynamic HTML (DHTML) API: the collections exposed by the DHTML Object Model, the constants in the DHTML Object Model, the events exposed by the DHTML Object Model, the methods exposed by the DHTML Object Model, the objects defined by DHTML, the properties in the DHTML Object Model, a list of elements defined by HTML.
This specification defines the Second Edition of XHTML 1.0, a reformulation of HTML 4 as an XML 1.0 application, and three DTDs corresponding to the ones defined by HTML 4. The semantics of the elements and their attributes are defined in the W3C Recommendation for HTML 4. These semantics provide the foundation for future extensibility of XHTML. Compatibility with existing HTML user agents is possible by following a small set of guidelines.
This free online book explains the theoretical background and practical implications of one of the key components of the success of the WWW, the HyperText Markup Language (HTML). Information is the key to success in our fiercely competitive world: without it most businesses and governments would collapse.