I’m starting to get the code samples and figures up on the site. I’ll be adding links to them in the Table of Contents so that you can see them in the context of their chapters. I’m also adding links to the figures in the book, in full color. And eventually all the examples will be linked as well.
As we all know, doing the maintenance of a website is the tedious part. ☺ Which means that I tend to be slow about it. But I’ll be posting these as fast as I can.
And as always, you can see all of code, figures, and examples in the book itself, right now on Safari Rough Cuts.
Right now, I’m working on editing the proofs, which is a hard part of the book writing process. It’s especially hard because something in the transfer process munged some of my chapter sub-heads. So I’m going through each chapter with a fine-toothed comb. Slow going.
After that’s done, I’ll be working on the videos for the extended eBook edition. I’m having a lot of fun with this.
I just posted Hour 11 to my editors last night. Today I start working on either video/audio or forms. I can’t decide which I want to tackle first. Hopefully soon I’ll have some information on the Safari Rough Cuts version of the chapters. So that anyone who wants to see them early can sign up.
One of the parts of each chapter that I struggle with is the Q&A section at the end. I would love it if you could look over the contents and if you have questions, please let me know. The more actual reader questions I can answer the better the book will be.
I’ve uploaded the book’s table of contents. It’s still being written, so it may change.
I would love your feedback. What do you think of the topics I’m going to cover? Is there something about HTML5 that I don’t appear to be covering from that list? Let me know in the comments either here or on the TOC page itself. Thanks!
I am excited to start working on this blog about HTML5. In it I’ll provide sample sites written in HTML5, links to tutorials on other sites, references that I use to learn HTML5 and lots more. I hope you enjoy learning about HTML5 as much as I enjoy writing about it.