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The Resource HTML5 for Flash Developers, (electronic resource)

HTML5 for Flash Developers, (electronic resource)

Label
HTML5 for Flash Developers
Title
HTML5 for Flash Developers
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
A step by step guide with detailed examples. Experienced Flash AS3 programmers who are making the switch to Javascript and HTML5
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Fisher, Matt
Dewey number
006.74
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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HTML (Document markup language)
Label
HTML5 for Flash Developers, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Controlling CSS via jQuery
Antecedent source
unknown
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; Copyright; Credits; About the Author; About the Reviewers; www.packtpub.com; Table of Contents; Preface; Chapter 1: Why HTML5?; Understanding HTML5; What is HTML5?; HTML standards; HTML syntax; HTML elements; Bringing in the style; Passing it over to JavaScript; What is JavaScript?; JavaScript in action; Why bother learning HTML5?; Write once, deploy everywhere; Exciting new features; canvas -- 2D drawing API; Media playback; Offline storage; Document editing; Drag-and-drop; Geolocation; File API; Mobile accessibility; Flash Player on Mobile; Build on your existing skillset; ECMAScript
  • Avoiding the initial road blocksStage versus DOM; Positioning assets in the DOM; Dealing with media elements; Securing your code; Browser and platform compatibility; Summary; Chapter 2: Preparing for the Battle; Preparing the asset; Images; JPEG; PNG; GIF; Audio; The audio element; Video; Video codecs; Video containers; Video encoding software; The video element; Debugging and output methods; Google Chrome; Firebug for Firefox; Safari; Opera; Internet Explorer; Syntax differences; Variables; Variable type conversion; Conditions and loops; Functions; Objects; DOM events; Mouse events
  • Example JavaScript in actionTiming JavaScript execution; Summary; Chapter 3: Scalability, Limitations, and Effects; HTML5 limitations; Object manipulation with CSS3; box-shadow; text-shadow; border-radius; Fonts; Acceptable font formats; External font libraries; Opacity; RGB and RGBA coloring; Element transforms; Translate; Rotate; Scale; Skew; Matrix; 3D transforms; Transitions; Browser compatibility; Frame rate; Developing for mobile; Responsive layouts; CSS Media Queries; Audio and video playback control; Preloading; Autoplay; Looping; Sound effects; Media playback manipulation
  • Reading local files with the File APIWeb Workers; WebSockets; Canvas element; Stage3D versus WebGL; Summary; Chapter 4: Building Robust Applications with HTML5; Writing object-oriented JavaScript; Class syntax; Functions; Variable scope; Public and private variables and functions; Prototype; Instance types; Object literals; Constructors; Inheritance; Listing object properties; Making OOP in JavaScript easier; JavaScript events; Keyboard and mouse events; Touch events; Custom events; Event bubbling; Putting it all together; Summary; Chapter 5: Code Once, Release Everywhere
  • Covering all your basesCreateJS; EaselJS; TweenJS; PreloadJS; SoundJS; CreateJS Toolkit; Setting up the Toolkit; Publishing your assets; Reviewing the CreateJS Toolkit output; Modernizr; Using Modernizr; Understanding Polyfills; Modernizr.load(); What Modernizr can detect; CSS media queries; Summary; Chapter 6: HTML5 Frameworks and Libraries; How frameworks and libraries can make your life easier; What can I do with JavaScript frameworks and libraries; Finding the right library or framework for your project; jQuery; Putting jQuery into action; Selecting elements with jQuery
Control code
ocn854974337
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (323 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781849693325
Level of compression
unknown
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)854974337
Label
HTML5 for Flash Developers, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Controlling CSS via jQuery
Antecedent source
unknown
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; Copyright; Credits; About the Author; About the Reviewers; www.packtpub.com; Table of Contents; Preface; Chapter 1: Why HTML5?; Understanding HTML5; What is HTML5?; HTML standards; HTML syntax; HTML elements; Bringing in the style; Passing it over to JavaScript; What is JavaScript?; JavaScript in action; Why bother learning HTML5?; Write once, deploy everywhere; Exciting new features; canvas -- 2D drawing API; Media playback; Offline storage; Document editing; Drag-and-drop; Geolocation; File API; Mobile accessibility; Flash Player on Mobile; Build on your existing skillset; ECMAScript
  • Avoiding the initial road blocksStage versus DOM; Positioning assets in the DOM; Dealing with media elements; Securing your code; Browser and platform compatibility; Summary; Chapter 2: Preparing for the Battle; Preparing the asset; Images; JPEG; PNG; GIF; Audio; The audio element; Video; Video codecs; Video containers; Video encoding software; The video element; Debugging and output methods; Google Chrome; Firebug for Firefox; Safari; Opera; Internet Explorer; Syntax differences; Variables; Variable type conversion; Conditions and loops; Functions; Objects; DOM events; Mouse events
  • Example JavaScript in actionTiming JavaScript execution; Summary; Chapter 3: Scalability, Limitations, and Effects; HTML5 limitations; Object manipulation with CSS3; box-shadow; text-shadow; border-radius; Fonts; Acceptable font formats; External font libraries; Opacity; RGB and RGBA coloring; Element transforms; Translate; Rotate; Scale; Skew; Matrix; 3D transforms; Transitions; Browser compatibility; Frame rate; Developing for mobile; Responsive layouts; CSS Media Queries; Audio and video playback control; Preloading; Autoplay; Looping; Sound effects; Media playback manipulation
  • Reading local files with the File APIWeb Workers; WebSockets; Canvas element; Stage3D versus WebGL; Summary; Chapter 4: Building Robust Applications with HTML5; Writing object-oriented JavaScript; Class syntax; Functions; Variable scope; Public and private variables and functions; Prototype; Instance types; Object literals; Constructors; Inheritance; Listing object properties; Making OOP in JavaScript easier; JavaScript events; Keyboard and mouse events; Touch events; Custom events; Event bubbling; Putting it all together; Summary; Chapter 5: Code Once, Release Everywhere
  • Covering all your basesCreateJS; EaselJS; TweenJS; PreloadJS; SoundJS; CreateJS Toolkit; Setting up the Toolkit; Publishing your assets; Reviewing the CreateJS Toolkit output; Modernizr; Using Modernizr; Understanding Polyfills; Modernizr.load(); What Modernizr can detect; CSS media queries; Summary; Chapter 6: HTML5 Frameworks and Libraries; How frameworks and libraries can make your life easier; What can I do with JavaScript frameworks and libraries; Finding the right library or framework for your project; jQuery; Putting jQuery into action; Selecting elements with jQuery
Control code
ocn854974337
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (323 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781849693325
Level of compression
unknown
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)854974337

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