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Adaptive Web Design by Aaron Gustafson

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Adaptive Web Design
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Publisher: Easy Readers
Number of pages: 330

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In this brief book, Aaron Gustafson chronicles the origins of progressive enhancement, its philosophy, and mechanisms, and reveals the countless practical ways that you can apply progressive enhancement principles using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. By understanding progressive enhancement and how to apply it properly, web practitioners can craft experiences that serve users, giving them access to content without technological restrictions.

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