CSS3 Pocket Primer (Mercury)
CSS3 Pocket Primer (Mercury)
Thursday, 05 January 2017

If you're comfortable with HTML, CSS and JavaScript and you want to learn CSS, you're the ideal reader for this book by Oswald Campesato. The book is part of the Pocket Primer series, and is accompanied by a DVD with code, videos, and graphics included. This Pocket Primer serves as a starting point for deeper exploration of CSS3.

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Readers will learn how to create 2D/3D graphics and animation effects, as well as how use CSS3 transforms.The use of CSS3 with other technologies such as jQuery, HTML5 Canvas, and SVG is also covered, along with CSS3 advanced features, media queries, and how to create hybrid mobile applications that use CSS3.

Advanced CSS features such as CSS Filters, CSS Regions, CSS Exclusions, and CSS Grids are covered with code samples, along with jQuery with CSS3 as well as hybrid HTML5/CSS3 apps.

Author: Oswald Campesato
Publisher: Mercury Learning & Information
Date: December 2016
Pages: 200
ISBN: 978-1938549687
Print: 1938549686
Kindle: B01LXL0ZMF
Audience: JavaScript programmers
Level: intermediate
Category: Web design and development

  • Includes companion files with appendices, source code, and figures
  • Contains material devoted to CSS3 on mobile devices, use with SVG and HTML5 Canvas, JavaScript, and covers CSS3 application programming interfaces and other toolkits
  • Provides a solid introduction to CSS3 via complete code samples and images
  • Source code samples

See our reviews of these related books by the same author:

HTML5 Pocket Primer 

HTML5 Canvas and CSS3 Graphics Primer 

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