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Posted June 1, 2012
Good book -- sloppy Nook version
-Tells how to get and set up WebKit for Windows and Mac, but no info on getting and setting up WebKit for Linux.
-Sloppy Nook version:
-code sample layouts hard to read--a problem in nearly all eBooks I've looked at. This seems to be result of producing the Nook version on the cheap--since there are no printing costs, and the Nook version sells for just about the same as the dead-tree version, this is wrong.
-Consistently uses the wrong direction smart quotes at beginning of quoted sections--including in code samples, which shouldn't use smart quotes at all, since they should all be in plain text.
-Despite what the author says on p 15, none of the code samples is presented with monospaced font. These two "bads" also show cheap, sloppy work in creating the Nook version.
-No way in Nook to expand the size of the exhibits. Many are small enough that they can't be studied easily.
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Posted May 8, 2013