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Smashing WebKit. Smashing Magazine Book Series
John Wiley and Sons Ltd, December 2011, Pages: 368
The ultimate guide to WebKit from the world's most popular resource for web designers and developers
As the default browser for both iPhone and Android, WebKit has become a major player in the mobile arena, offering a wider array of HTML5 and CSS3 support than any other major engine. Written by expert author Jon Raasch, this essential book teaches you how to use WebKit to make web sites more engaging, faster, and more visually appealing. You'll explore the variety of unique interface options that WebKit offers as you quickly discover how to create a unique web experience that provides functionality and entertainment.
Packed with best practices, real-world examples, and invaluable advice, this must-have guide explores WebKit's capabilities, recommended techniques, and tips for improving an existing web site. Plus, whenever possible, cross-browser support is discussed for WebKit solutions as well as a wide variety of advanced presentation and interactivity options.
- Gets you started with WebKit and shows you how to maximize HTML5 and CSS3 features in WebKit
- Addresses ways to optimize your web site for mobile devices and enhance the mobile user experience
- Features numerous examples, tips, techniques, and advice for getting the most out of WebKit
This book escorts you through a myriad of ways that WebKit can set your web site apart from the competition.
PART I: INTRODUCING WEBKIT 5
Chapter 1: What Is WebKit? 7
Chapter 2: Getting Started With WebKit Development 13
PART II: CSS3 SUPPORT IN WEBKIT 29
Chapter 3: Advanced Styling with CSS3 31
Chapter 4: Improved Selection with CSS3 65
Chapter 5: CROSS-BROWSER SUPPORT FOR CSS3 83
PART III: HTML5 SUPPORT IN WEBKIT 109
Chapter 6: HTML5 Media Tags 111
Chapter 7: Th e Canvas Element 133
Chapter 8: HTML5 Forms 193
Chapter 9: Scalable Vector Graphics 213
PART IV: MOBILE WEBKIT 229
Chapter 10: Developing for iOS and Android 231
Chapter 11: Building a Web App Th at Feels Like a Native iOS or Android App 265
PART V: ADVANCED WEBKIT 307
Chapter 12: WebKit Performance 309
Chapter 13: Th e Future of WebKit 337
Jon Raasch Jon Raasch Web Design.