HTML Panels Book

HTML Panels book: Website launched!

Davide Barranca —  — 4 Comments

Panels people! From now you can subscribe to http://htmlpanelsbook.com and book (pun intended!) your discount code for the “Adobe Photoshop HTML Panels” thing, which is going to be released by the end of March. Because we all love to publicly disclose deadlines, don’t we?

Subscribing to the newsletter is a way for you to be updated on the book’s state, get some preview pages, and receive a substantial discount few days in advance of the official announcement.

HTML Panels Book Development Newsletter

So, what am I up at right now? The book itself is more or less done, I’ve to polish here and there, add selective code highlighting (Leanpub has released this new feature few days ago and I’m eager to try it) and similar minutiæ.

The next big thing I’m tackling is… videotutorials! Which I plan to optionally bundle alongside with the ebook: it’s going to be a bloodbath. But worth the effort!

Please subscribe, so that I can get in touch with you more easily (no spam, no tricks). Mind you, it seems the newsletter has troubles with @mac.com, @icloud.com and @me.com domains (i.e. all Apple) – preferably  use a different email account of yours.

Thank you and have some nice time!

 

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4 responses to HTML Panels book: Website launched!

  1. David, this is the first comment for me in your web site. I would like to thank you for all the help your site is giving to all of us!
    Your help actually made me overcome the “after configurator era” fear! Now I see the HTML extensions in a friendly way!
    I can’t wait for your book to be published. My valuable Ps Extension is redesigned in HTML but I will buy your book right away because I believe that it will be the most useful guide for everybody, new or advanced in Ps HTML Extensions!
    Have fun and keep up the great work!

  2. Really looking forward to it Davide.

  3. Una voglia di avrlo tra le mani …

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