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Web Developers Reference Guide

Autor: Joshua Johanan, Talha Khan, Ricardo Zea
Broj strana: 838
ISBN broj: 9781783552139
Godina izdanja: 2016.

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A one-stop guide to the essentials of web development including popular frameworks such as jQuery, Bootstrap, AngularJS, and Node.js

About This Book

  • Understand the essential elements of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, including how and when to use them
  • Walk through three of the best and most popular web development frameworks – jQuery, Boostrap, and AngularJS
  • References for any function you will need in your day-to-day web development

Who This Book Is For

This book is perfect for beginners but more advanced web developers will also benefit. Laid out so you can refer to as much or as little as you need to, with this book you can exhaustively explore essential concepts for modern web developers.

What You Will Learn

  • Explore detailed explanations of all the major HTML elements and attributes, illustrated with examples
  • Take a deep dive into CSS properties and functions and master their usage
  • Find clear, concise descriptions of JavaScript syntax and expressions
  • Recognize various JavaScript design patterns and learn the basics of JavaScript object-orientated programming
  • Implement the latest ECMAScript 6 for client-side scripting in your web applications
  • Discover new ways to develop your website's front end quickly and easily using Bootstrap
  • Write JavaScript extensibly using jQuery-JavaScript's feature-rich library
  • Delve into the key Node.js modules used in JavaScript server-side programming
  • Access AngularJS 's important modules, controllers, directives, and services quickly

In Detail

Web development has grown and the profession has gone from just knowing HTML to becoming a software engineer, thus making it necessary to have knowledge of languages such as CSS and JavaScript, in addition to HTML. HTML, CSS, and JavaScript have come a long way since their inception to become the most widely used and powerful languages in the world today and the backbone of many complex web applications. Many frameworks have also been created to speed up and enhance the development of websites such as Bootstrap, jQuery, and AngularJS. They help in making immersive web applications that provide a truly enjoyable experience.

This comprehensive reference guide takes you through each topic in web development and highlights the most popular and important elements of each area.

Starting with HTML, you will learn key elements and attributes and how they relate to each other. Next, you will explore CSS pseudo-classes and pseudo-elements, followed by CSS properties and functions. This will introduce you to many powerful and new selectors. You will then move on to JavaScript. This section will not just introduce functions, but will provide you with an entire reference for the language and paradigms. You will discover more about three of the most popular frameworks today—Bootstrap, which builds on CSS, jQuery which builds on JavaScript, and AngularJS, which also builds on JavaScript. Finally, you will take a walk-through Node.js, which is a server-side framework that allows you to write programs in JavaScript.


Joshua Johanan

Joshua is a web developer who currently lives in South Bend, Indiana. He has been a web developer for five years. He has built sites using many different languages including PHP, Python, JavaScript, and C#, although, if asked, he would prefer using Python and JavaScript. These languages have led him to use different MVC frameworks such as Django and .NET’s MVC.

Joshua also has used JavaScript on both the backend with Node.js and the frontend using many different libraries. These include Backbone, React, jQuery, and plain old JavaScript.

He currently works for a health care organization writing web sites in C#. This does not allow him to utilize the latest flashy browser technologies, but it does enforce good development skills such as maintainability and scalability.

This is his second book and he does post somewhat regularly on his blog at

Talha Khan

Talha is a Lahore-based, young, passionate web developer with 5 years of experience in software development. He is experienced in developing interactive websites and web applications using PHP, MYSQL, and .NET suite along with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. He has hands-on experience on JavaScript Libraries such as JQuery. He teaches web development and is also active on programmer forums such as StackOverflow. He occasionally tweets @alphaprofile. His love for web technologies pushed him to write this book.

Ricardo Zea

Ricardo Zea, originally from Medellín, Colombia, is a passionate and seasoned Full-stack Designer now located in Dayton, OH (USA). He is always looking for ways to level up his skills and of those around him. Constantly wondering how things are made on the Web, how they work, and why they work the way they do have made Ricardo a very technical designer, allowing him to explain to others the intricacies of design and the technicalities of the Web in ways that are very easy to understand.

With a Master's degree in Publicity and Advertising, having a deep passion for understanding human behavior complemented with a fierce competitive PC gaming hunger have allowed Ricardo to "switch" from the creative side of the brain to the rational side very easily. He's capable of visualizing and creating technically sound web and mobile designs that are responsive, perform well, and convey the proper message through design.

Ricardo is the author of the book Mastering Responsive Web Design by Packt Publishing. He's the organizer of the CodePen Dayton meetup group. He's a member of the leadership team of the Dayton Web Developers group. An active member of the UX Dayton meetup group. He's also one of the first members of SitePoint's Ambassadors program. He is the author of the monthly web design and development, Level Up! Newsletter. He was also a technical reviewer for the books Sass and Compass, Designers Cookbook and Sass Essentials by Packt Publishing. He is also a live, one-on-one expert advisor on

For several years, Ricardo was also a Flash and CorelDRAW professor at different universities in his home country, Colombia.

Ricardo has 15 years of experience in Web Design and 20 years of experience in visual and graphic design.

You can contact Ricardo through the following links:

Personal website:


Twitter: @ricardozea


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