Imx Fix in my experience
 
« prev next »

July 31, 2002 12:54 PM


O'Reilly has finally put out the word that the DHTML Bible, aka, Dynamic HTML: The Definitive Guide. It's not going to be cheap ("$59.95 US est.") but is a full 50% fatter than the current 1000+ page tome. /me drools...
Dynamic HTML: The Definitive Reference, Second Edition, is an indispensable compendium for web development. The new edition has been updated to include complete reference material on the latest specifications, including HTML 4.01, CSS Level 2, DOM Level 2, and JavaScript 1.5, as well as the latest browsers, Internet Explorer 6 (Windows), Internet Explorer 5.1 (Mac), Netscape Navigator 6 and 7, and Mozilla 1.0.
Is my O'Reilly bias showing? I sure hope so. And while we're on the subject of O'Reilly and bias, here's a blog item (first seen via camworld) from the man himself on MSFT, AAPL and they way things are.