Book Review: HTML5 for Web Designers
code | 1-23-2012
The cool thing about this book is that I was able to get it on store credit at McKay, Nashville's best used book store. If you've ever looked for used books on technology, you know that most of them are over ten years old and haven't been relevant for almost that long, so a modern book like this was a great find.
This is a really easy and quick read. It's a pretty thin book and I was able to breeze through it in the course of a couple of days. It's a very basic overview of what you can do with HTML5, so I wouldn't expect anything as expansive and heavy as the 900 page HTML5 spec, which is probably a good thing considering that it's not fun or easy to read something that long.