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Enterprise Web Development: From Desktop to Mobile

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Enterprise Web Development: From Desktop to Mobile
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Publisher: O'Reilly Media
ISBN/ASIN: 1449356818
ISBN-13: 9781449356811
Number of pages: 500

Description:
How do you make your enterprise applications or sites available on an assortment of mobile devices as well as the desktop? This hands-on guide shows you how to build HTML5 applications that will satisfy both requirements. You'll start by learning how to use HTML, JavaScript, CSS, and related technologies to build a sample website for the desktop, and then you'll discover how to adapt the code for the mobile web.

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