Dreamweaver CS6 Mobile and Web Development with HTML5, CSS3, and jQuery Mobile Book Review
Mobile web development has evolved from the measly WAP websites to fully functional websites with all the bells and whistles and fan dangles that the traditional websites that would be viewed generally on a computer. In a bid to not be left behind and left clueless as to how to catch up to this new fad, I recently got my hands on and read through the book entitled Dreamweaver CS6 Mobile and Web Development with HTML5, CSS3, and jQuery Mobile published by Packt Publishers, authored by David Karlins.
Its always nice being on the cutting edge of technology and up to date with the latest standards and software used in the development of the latest apps to bring the latest innovations to your workplace. Notice how many times I said latest? First off, Dreamweaver CS6 is the latest in Adobe’s web development IDE software releases. The author does however, (which I found to be a plus not owning CS6) give tips and notes to enable designers using earlier versions of Dreamweaver, right back till Version 3, to take advantage of Adobe-provided tools for creating HTML5-based and CSS3-based websites.
There is a wealth of information in this title and it is a must read for anyone looking to keep up with, or catch up to the current trends in website development. I have been trying my best to keep up with the current trends and I was clueless as to some of the things that could be done; need to be done; and Dreamweaver can do. I reiterate, this book is a must read for all serious and trendy web developers.