Recently, author Luke Stevens published an awesome article on Design Shack titled, “HTML5: Hype, Substance and Scrutiny“, which took a fascinating look at what HTML5 really is and isn’t and even strayed from the typical rhetoric by offering up some serious critiques.
Today we’re following that up with a giveaway of Luke’s amazing book, “The Truth About HTML5.” Read on to learn more about the book and see how you can win!
Good news, we’ve chosen our three winners! If your Twitter username is listed below, we’ve sent you a DM with instructions for claiming your prize. Thanks a bunch to everyone who entered, stay tuned for more awesome giveaways and great content.
The Truth About HTML5
So what’s this book all about? Will it teach me anything practical? Absolutely. Here’s a spot-on summary from the book’s website:
This is a book for web designers, web developers, and front-end coders who want to get up to speed with the why and why not of HTML5 in 2012. This is the book that isn’t afraid to point out what everyone gets wrong about HTML5’s new markup, so you don’t make the same mistakes.
This is the book that will show you what rocks in HTML5 today and what the future holds for interactivity and video now Flash is dying. This is the book that doesn’t think marking up a basic web page should be a quasi-religious exercise where the high priests of HTML5 must be consulted for their interpretation of the holy texts (the HTML5 spec).
This is the book that doesn’t pull its punches. This is the book for web professionals who think for themselves. This is the book that tells the truth about HTML5.
Tweet to Enter
Now that I’ve piqued your interest, I’m sure you’re wondering what it is that you have to do to get your hands on this much coveted prize. Fortunately, entering is simple, all you have to do is click the link below and send out the resulting tweet (or just copy and paste), then leave a comment below with a link to your tweet. That’s all there is to it!
Good luck to everyone who enters! Check back here on December 10th to see the list of winners. In the mean time, check out the book’s website for more information.