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richardmcatlin (2) [Avatar] Offline
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I've been looking for an html5/css3 book, but none of them seem to provide a working application. I'm curious to see what it would look like. Do you have any screen shots? Or any links to html5 apps?

Thank you.
Richard Catlin
robert.crowther (59) [Avatar] Offline
#2
Re: Can we see what the Contact Manager Application looks like?
Hi Richard. Sorry, I've not completed that part of the book yet. There are many examples of similar sorts of apps available online, here's a couple which you could take a look at:

Rob
robert.crowther (59) [Avatar] Offline
#3
Re: Can we see what the Contact Manager Application looks like?

Hi Richard



I thought I'd better post an update here since the finished book ended up not including the example applications (even without those chapters the book was significantly longer than the initial agreed page count). If you're still looking for this sort of thing from a book, HTML5 in Action is our upcoming title which is based around sample applications (each chapter apart from the first one develops a full application).



Rob