Keyhole Managing Partner Publishes Web Development Essentials Book

Lauren Fournier Company News 1 Comment

We are pleased to announce that Keyhole Software Managing Partner David Pitt has published his latest book: Modern Web Essentials using JavaScript and HTML5.

The book is available for free download from publisher InfoQ:

Book Abstract:

Single page applications allow the enterprise to provide users with rich, responsive applications through the browser. This creates extensive cost savings for the enterprise; gone is the necessity to develop multiple platforms to reach users on various operating systems. Implementing JavaScript and HTML5 with responsive design principles solves a pain point – how to reach users on various platforms without diminishing the user experience.

But, as always, change is complicated. Software architects and developers must have the right toolset and correct combinations of experience and knowledge to successfully take the enterprise through this paradigm shift.

This book includes three sub-sections: JavaScript Essentials, HTML5 Essentials, and Responsive Design. This book introduces you to the features of the languages and concepts, how you can leverage them to assist in enterprise development, and tips to be successful. David reflects upon how he has successfully implemented these strategies and technologies with his teams, sharing his experience to help readers to avoid the pitfalls when going through this paradigm shift.

About Keyhole Software:

Keyhole Software is a Midwest-based software development and consulting firm. Experts in application development, customization, and the integration of enterprise-level solutions, Keyhole was founded on the principle of delivering quality through a talented technical team. Kansas City – St. Louis – Chicago.


Lauren Fournier
Marketing Manager, Keyhole Software

About the Author
Lauren Fournier

Lauren Fournier


LinkedIn says Lauren is the Talent Manager, Marketing Doer, And All-Around Keyhole Go-To. Really that just means she gets to be the communication liaison between Keyhole team and the outside world, the mouthpiece within the organization, and the one who makes stuff work on the operations side.

Share this Post

Comments 1

Leave a Reply