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    Recommended books?

    Hello all, this my first post and I'm looking into turning an idea into reality hopefully and was looking into purchasing some books to learn app and web development. Anybody got some great book recommendations? From noob to pro?

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    what level are you at with regards to programming? html? php? flash?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stokiesteiner View Post
    what level are you at with regards to programming? html? php? flash?
    No experience but am computer literate. Quick learner though. Just bought me a MacBook to get going.

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    Also have nothing but time on my hands.

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    nothing wrong with that

    lol well if you wanting to create an app my advice would be to get a grip with HTML, PHP and flash as a minimum to create a half decent app.

    i taught myself with the help of lynda.com videos they are really good and you can learn the basics really quickly.

    if you want i can upload you the training course for HTML to get you going?
    Last edited by stokiesteiner; 04-23-2013 at 01:08 AM.

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    No, You just taught me how to fish. That link is more that I could ever ask for. Im in interested in coding, app design, web design, animation ,music production. Pretty much creativity work. This will definately keep me busy..Thanx!

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    lol i just Pm'd you the link lol

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    a sound knowledge about HTML5 is very important.

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    U can learn web designing online from w3shools.com which is the best site for freshers to learn. U should study HTML, CSS and JAVA SCRIPT

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    This is how I started, w3schools provide an excellent series of lessons with tests at the end of each lesson so you can monitor yourself and see the progress you have made.

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    May be considered to implement the trick used in your issue:
    20thingsilearned.com/js/twentythings.history.js

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    I like "stylin' with css" by Wyke-Smith and use it often.

    Online I like http://www.codecademy.com/#!/exercises/0, but the HTML class is dated. The CSS is OK. I like their methodology a lot.

    Everyone seems to start at http://www.w3schools.com/. They have some mistakes, but I still like it.

    Both of those are free of course.
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    Dear Supersixx, I don't know to much about book but few of the web resources are really good to learn, like You can refer w3school it is best among all which I refer yu should also try for it..


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