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yosef sohel
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Hi there,

I am new to Android development. I read the contents of your book and I see that you have also discussed "Creating a GUI with HTML/JavaScript and AIR". I would like to know

1) If you have discussed development using latest HTML5 and CSS3.
2) Are you also offering CD or website where the users can go through the source code of your projects.

thanks, best regards and congratulations ,
yosh.
 
Lucas Jordan
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First off, the source code can be downloaded from the main Apress page for the book:
http://apress.com/book/view/9781430232438
down on the lower left.

The examples in the book do utilize some HTML 5 features, such as Canvas, but is not a complete description of all HTML 5 features on Android. It has been my experience that all HTML 5 features I have tried work well in Android. I have not tried them all

In the book you will find a complete description of setting up a project for use with HTML and/or AIR, and some realistic examples to flesh out your understanding of how the pieces fit together.

-Lucas Jordan


yosef sohel wrote:Hi there,

I am new to Android development. I read the contents of your book and I see that you have also discussed "Creating a GUI with HTML/JavaScript and AIR". I would like to know

1) If you have discussed development using latest HTML5 and CSS3.
2) Are you also offering CD or website where the users can go through the source code of your projects.

thanks, best regards and congratulations ,
yosh.
 
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