- Tapa blanda: 354 páginas
- Editor: Xlibris Corp (11 de marzo de 2010)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1450502288
- ISBN-13: 978-1450502283
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Developing Web Widget with HTML, CSS, JSON and AJAX: A Complete Guide to Web Widget (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 11 mar 2010
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Rajesh Lal is an author, designer and developer with a decade of experience in desktop, web and mobile application development. He has authored two other books on Creating Vista Gadget and Smartphone Web development. He likes to take a pragmatic approach to solving problems and make extra effort to present technical details in easy to understand manner. Lakshmi Chava is a software engineer with eight years of experience in web design and development.
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In my research I ran across this book, though I decided to not buy it initially; betting I could find everything I needed on the web. Unfortunately after trying for a couple of weeks, there were a few nit picky details I just couldn't figure out, so I bought this book.
Before I was half way through the book, I was able to have a beta of the web widget my company wanted.
Like other's have said, there are some glaring edit problems in the book. The first one that slams you in the face is the chapter index at the start of the book. *shakes head* Others are in code samples where, a single line in the middle of the code region just doesn't line up.
Though errors like these suggest that the book was just thrown together, the knowledge contained within is accurate and helpful.
What's worse is that this is it's badly written. Clearly this was just written and printed - no technical review and no editor. You're getting the first draft of the book which makes it difficult and painful to read.
For the first time in 5 years I'm returning a book.
1)[lack of content]: The title seems a little contrived when I noticed the book is almost content-free for the first 100 pages before the HelloWorld example begins. Full of buzz-words but not a lot of solid technical content.
2)[No Index]: This is the first time I have seen a tech book without an index at the end of the book. I am completely amazed that in this day and age (21st Century) a publisher would allow a tech book to be published without an index.
3)[Publisher]: Speaking of the publisher, this book has no edition, no date of print, no publisher information. I was half expecting it to be without an ISBN number. Almost look like the book was shipped from a 3rd world planet or something.
In short, I would save my money and head to the O'Reilly section to shop for tech books. I am most unamused by this book; especially, the tech contents.