HTML5 for .NET Developers by Jim Jackson, Ian Gilman

By Jim Jackson, Ian Gilman

Summary

HTML5 for .NET Developers teaches expert software program engineers how you can combine the newest HTML5 APIs and semantic markup into wealthy internet functions utilizing JavaScript, ASP.NET MVC, and WCF. Written from the .NET point of view, this publication is stuffed with useful functions and how you can attach the hot net criteria along with your latest improvement practices

About the Technology

A shift is underway for Microsoft developers—to construct internet functions you'll have to combine HTML5 positive factors like Canvas-based portraits and the recent JavaScript-driven APIs with commonplace applied sciences like ASP.NET MVC and WCF. This publication is designed for you.

About this Book

HTML5 for .NET Developers teaches you ways to mixture HTML5 together with your present .NET instruments and practices. You'll begin with a short evaluate of the recent HTML5 positive aspects and the semantic markup version. Then, you'll systematically paintings during the JavaScript APIs as you discover ways to construct unmarried web page internet apps that glance and paintings like computer apps. alongside the way in which, you'll get advice and study strategies that would arrange you to construct "metro-style" functions for home windows eight and WP 8.

This booklet assumes you're conversant in HTML, and concentrates at the intersection among new HTML5 good points and Microsoft-specific technologies.

buy of the print ebook comes with a proposal of a unfastened PDF, ePub, and Kindle publication from Manning. additionally to be had is all code from the book.

What's Inside
* HTML5 from a .NET perspective
* neighborhood garage, threading, and WebSockets
* utilizing JSON-enabled net services
* WCF providers for HTML5
* the way to construct unmarried web page net apps

"This publication speaks on to the pursuits and matters of the .NET developer."—From the ahead through Scott Hanselman, Microsoft
Table of Contents<ol>* HTML5 and .NET
* A markup primer: vintage HTML, semantic HTML, and CSS
* Audio and video controls
* Canvas
* The heritage API: altering the sport for MVC sites
* Geolocation and internet mapping
* net staff and drag and drop
* Websockets
* neighborhood garage and country management
* Offline net applications
</ol>

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The difference between classic markup and semantic markup is the meaning of the tags. With classic HTML, for example, a

tag is a rectangle that renders to the screen and sits with all the other rectangles. The user looks at the content and can tell its meaning from the way it’s formatted or the way it’s written. A computer, however, can’t look at a simple

tag and see anything meaningful. It’s just a brick in the page structure that looks like all the other bricks. There are popular attributes that you can add to that simple

, like

, that might give the tag meaning to a computer, but this isn’t guaranteed nor is it written in a specification anywhere.

You know about HTML tags, which are the little pieces of text inside brackets that you write to render elements on a web page. Each tag starts with an opening < symbol and ends with a closing > symbol. Content is placed next, and then the tag is closed with the marker. 2 The basic organization of a web application built using HTML5. The application is consumed by a web browser that reads an HTML text file and interprets the content, loading other resources like JavaScript files, images, or stylesheets as necessary.

The context object is what you use to do all work inside the rendered element. How can you use it? As a drawing surface, for graphs and charts and for animations ranging from very simple to extremely complex. HISTORY The History API in HTML5 is used to add or replace data in the current browser’s session history. You can use it to overwrite the current page with something more generic or with a more helpful landing page. replaceState(); We’ll discuss the History API in chapter 5. How can you use it?

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