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COMPUTING TITLES 2011


Welcome to the May- July 2011 issue of the Wiley Computing Rights Highlights Magazine To learn more about any of the titles featured, click the jacket images which will take you directly to our website – for full descriptions, tables of contents, more about the author, related titles, etc. To enquire about rights availability and request reading copies, please email Julie Attrill. jattrill@wiley.com We look forward to receiving your new titles requests!

CONTENTS Web Development Web Design Mobile Development App & Game Development

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The Smashing Idea Book: From Inspiration to Application Cameron Chapman 978-1-119-97742-1 / 1-119-97742-8 400 pp. Pub: 23/08/11

Smashing Node.js: JavaScript Everywhere Guillermo Rauch 978-1-119-96259-5 / 1-119-96259-5 300 pp. Pub: 30/11/11

Designers love to look at beautiful things, from which they often draw inspiration for their own projects. The Smashing Idea Book is packed with nearly 1000 inspirational graphic designs, photos, and website designs from the leading web design brand in the world, Smashing Magazine.

Helps readers understand why Node.js is taking the web development world by storm — providing the information they need to understand what Node.js is and how they can put it to work developing more efficient web apps.

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Smashing WebKit Jon Raasch 978-1-119-99913-3 / 1-119-99913-8 320 pp. Pub: 11/11/11

Tackling Tumblr: Web Publishing Made Simple Thord Daniel Hedengren 978-1-119-95015-8 / 1-119-95015-5 288 pp. Pub: 27/07/11

WebKit has become a major player in the mobile arena, offering a wider array of HTML5 and CSS3 support than any other major engine. Written by expert author Raasch, this essential book teaches you how to use WebKit to make web sites more engaging, faster, and more visually appealing. You'll explore the variety of unique interface options that WebKit offers as you quickly discover how to create a unique web experience that provides functionality and entertainment.

Popular web publishing site Tumblr is growing by leaps and bounds with more than 9 million users serving up more than 1.2 billion web pages each month. Tackling Tumblr is the first comprehensive guide to this popular web platform.


Typographic Web Design: How to Think Like a Typographer in HTML and CSS Laura Franz 978-1-119-97687-5 / 1-119-97687-1 408 pp. Pub: 11/10/11 Typographers who lack web design skills have begun to realise the potential of web-based type. This practical book applies decades of typographic theory and practice directly to web design using HTML and CSS. Clear explanations of all typographic rules and examples of successful and unsuccessful typographic solutions are covered to give you a solid understanding of the possibilities of typography.

Communicating the User Experience - A Practical Guide for Creating Useful UX Documentation Richard Caddick, Steve Cable 978-1-119-97110-8 / 1-119-97110-1 288 pp. Pub: 15/09/11 Communicating the User Experience looks at the creation of great UX documentation. Inside, the authors share insights from their work with some of the world’s best known companies and show you how to take ideas from business requirements and user research and create documentation that clearly communicates the vision for the design and the blueprint for how it’s going to be developed. 5


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XDA's Android Hacker's Toolkit - The Complete Guide to Rooting, ROMs and Theming Jason Tyler 978-1-119-95138-4 / 1-119-95138-0 352 pp. Pub: 15/12/11

Pushing the Limits with iOS 5 Programming: Developing Extraordinary Mobile Apps for Apple iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch Rob Napier, Mugunth Kumar 978-1-119-96132-1 / 1-119-96132-7 400 pp. Pub: 15/10/11

Using the stellar work of the community at XDADevelopers.com, this title offers the knowledge and steps for rooting many devices. It also provides the background fundamentals and knowledge to begin hacking and rooting a wide variety of Android devices.

Apple's iPhone SDKs new version, iOS 5, launches late 2011 and developers will want to get their hands on it right away. This advanced guide goes beyond the basics to show how to build extraordinary applications for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.


Design for Hackers: Reverse Engineering Beauty David Kadavy 978-1-119-99895-2 / 1-119-99895-6 352 pp. Pub: 15/06/11 With reverse engineering examples as varied as graffiti in the ancient city of Pompeii, Monet, the iPhone and the New York Times, this approach to teaching the art of design is unique and refreshing and will appeal to the web design community who place a premium on the combination of functionality and beauty.

Building iPhone Applications with Titanium: The Official Guide to the Appcelerator Titanium Mobile Platform Nolan Wright 978-0-470-66083-6 / 0-470-66083-X 352 pp. Pub: 24/02/12 iPhone app development is booming, but it required knowledge of Objective-C programming — until now. With Titanium, web developers can build native iPhone apps using their existing skills in HTML, CSS and JavaScript and this title shows how!

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Distinctive Design: A Practical Guide to a Findable, Useful, Beautiful Web Alexander Dawson 978-1-119-99298-1 / 1-119-99298-2 304 pp. Pub: 20/05/11 Distinctive Design examines the bond between code, content and visuals to guide you through the factors that increase your design's visibility, usability and beauty. Using this practical advice, even Web designers who lack strong artistic skills can develop super sites that strengthen the message and stand out from the crowd.

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Future-Proof Web Design Alexander Dawson 978-1-119-97877-0 / 1-119-97877-7 320 pp. Pub: 17/11/11 Future-Proof Web Design takes you on a journey, examining how designers can prepare themselves for undefined change and cope in the dynamic environment of the web. Comprised of underlying principles and best practices, this straightforward and forward thinking approach to web evolution and iteration provides finely tuned layouts that leave no site visitor with a damaged user experience.


Appillionaires: They Made Millions on the App Store. Could you? Chris Stevens 978-1-119-97864-0 / 1-119-97864-5 256 pp. Pub: 12/09/11

HTML5 Games - Creating Fun with HTML5, CSS3 and WebGL Jacob Seidelin 978-1-119-97508-3 / 1-119-97508-5 416 pp. Pub: 26/09/11

Appillionaires shares the inside stories of those who have turned app ideas into millions of dollars, and how you can leverage their secrets to claim your own piece of the App Store gold rush.

Games continue to be the best selling entertainment category, and games are often the most popular apps for iOS4 and Android devices. HTML5 creates new opportunities for game creators and this book shows them how to build amazing 2D and 3D games for the web and mobile.

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Wiley UK 2011 Key Computing Titles  

Wiley UK 2011 Key Computing Titles