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Sunderam Goplalan
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Hi Keith,

Does the book also talk about HTML 5 and the related CSS stuff? I believe HTML 5 is lot different from it's predecessors. Also How does JQuery compare with DOJO?

G Sunderam

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Keith Wood
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No, the book focuses on jQuery and JavaScript. It aims to describe how to write and structure jQuery plugins following best practices.

Author of the upcoming "Extending jQuery" book from Manning.
arunesh singh

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In HTML5 it is possible to access the apps which is already available in market......
Bear Bibeault
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arunesh singh wrote:In HTML5 it is possible to access the apps which is already available in market......

I've read that 5 times and I still have no idea what it means.

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I agree. Here's the link:
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