Oswald Campesato's Google Glass Development (Mercury Learning)
Oswald Campesato's new book Google Glass Development adds to Mercury
Learning & Information's newly developed Pocket Primer series. Campesato's
book provides an overview of the major aspects, the source code and
tutorial videos to develop applications for Google Glass. It also contains
information for developing Glassware using Android and HTML5 technologies,
primarily for self-directed learners who have some knowledge of Android and
HTML5 graphics-related technologies. Other topics include CSS3, HTML5
Canvas, D3 and SVG, as well as the Glass GDK and working with sensors.
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