Responsive Web Design by Example (Second Edition)

Responsive Web Design by Example (Second Edition)

by Thoriq

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Responsive Web Design by Example (Second Edition) by Thoriq

This is the ideal reference for both new and existing web developers who want to be able to augment their skills and showcase their content in a truly professional manner.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781783553259
Publisher: Packt Publishing
Publication date: 11/25/2014
Pages: 258
Product dimensions: 7.50(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.54(d)

About the Author

Thoriq

Thoriq is a web developer, living in Indonesia. Thoriq has been dabbling in web design and development for more than 5 years, working with many clients of varying sizes. He appreciates the giving nature of web design community at large. He also loves trying new things of CSS3 and HTML5, and occasionally speaks at some local colleges and institutions on the subject.

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sniperk6 More than 1 year ago
For a begineer in web development it is a bit confusing in most cases on how to begin with a project especially a responsive one, i myself had a lot of dilemmas while working on my academic project. Various frameworks such as bootstrap, foundation, web development tools such as bower, using CSS preprocessors, etc have been explained in a very systematic way so that novice as well as professional developers can work & learn with ease. The main advantage of learning to develop by referring this book is by example projects (not 1 but 3 different sample projects) that have been created step-wise, which is a great way to learn for starters. The concept of 'mobile first' is explained very well in this book, as the next generation of web development will be(or has already begun) hugely based on handheld devices, so the website must fit exactly as per the device that demands the website. The book contains lots and lots of external references relating to the frameworks, more info on designing & development frameworks and even a good resource to get images that can be useful to design a responsive website. Also good practices on how to organize a project folder systematically so that it can be easily managed, so that it can become a habit on how to organize a project and manage it. I would highly recommend this book to students who are taking steps in the world of creative web development. this book deserves a 10/10 really..!!!!