Designing for Behavior Change, Book review

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Author: Stephen Wendel publisher: O’Reilly Media ( No Starch Press ) pages: 400 Introduction Designing for behavior written by Steve Wendel, is an excellent book guiding developers and entrepreneurs, managers in making behavior changing apps or webapps that really work. The fact that the book takes a, practical approach based on academic literature and personal… Read more »

The Tangled Web, book review

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Author: Michal Zalewski publisher: O’Reilly Media ( No Starch Press ) pages: 273 Introduction I liked the book, the book is thorough, on a tough subject. What I missed is a more practical approach of the secure web, almost all web developers are also intrigued by hackers. to my opinion hacking itself could make developers… Read more »

Book review: JavaScript Web Applications

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Author: Alex MacCaw publisher: O’Reilly Media pages: 280 Introduction A book to create javascript applications for the intermediate javascript developer. This book gives you a kickstart, helps you choose the right framework, and architectural choices for your application Review The book has a fast pace, no thoroughly introduction of MVC, I think this is justified…. Read more »

Supercharged JavaScript Graphics book review.

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Author: Raffaele Cecco publisher: O’Reilly Media pages: 280 Introduction A pleasant book written by an author with lots of experience. The examples are fun, and realistic. The tempo of the book is easy to follow for intermediate JavaScript developers. Review I like that the book begins with a DHTML example, this makes the reader really… Read more »

HTML5 Canvas book review

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Author: Steve Fulton, Jeff Fulton publisher: O’Reilly Media pages: 652 Summary Finally one extensive book over the Canvas element. This should attract the more creative ( Javascript ) programmers. I find it hard to describe the entry level of this book, however I get the feeling that novice to medior (JavaScript) developers should get along… Read more »