HTML and CSS Reference
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Build apps that work even when there's no internet connection
Store data in the browser with the storage API s
The best way to learn more is to try coding for yourself. Download the
book's sample code to get started.
This chapter is the last in this topic specifically about HTML5. You've
learned how to build HTML5 web pages and seen some of the many new
possibilities for web applications that HTML5 enables. But you don't
just want your applications to be functional; you also want them to
look beautiful. In the next chapter, you'll start to explore CSS3 and
the new options it offers for the visual presentation of web pages.
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