Web Development Bibliography by Safari Books Online Content Team

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The core of any web application comes from the trinity of technologies understood by the web browser: HTML, JavaScript, and CSS. These technologies have been undergoing rapid evolution in the last five years with the ascension of HTML5 and CSS3. These technologies have not only allowed for more compelling experiences for users using desktop browsers, they have also made it possible to build rich experiences for users using tablets and smartphones.

Of course web applications are more than just the code that runs in a browser. They also need server-side technologies to enable different users of the same site to interact with each other. The list of server-side technologies seems to always be getting bigger. Whether you prefer high performance, statically typed languages like Java and C#, or dynamic languages like PHP, Python, and Ruby, there are numerous frameworks and tools available to help you rapidly build sophisticated web applications, and this bibliography will help you master them.


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Published May 22, 2012 by O'Reilly Media. 242 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology.

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