• The Complete Reference HTML & CSS Fifth Edition

    The fifth edition of this book represents a significant change in structure and content to address HTML5. The book is similar to the previous edition in maybe a third of the content; otherwise, it is an all-new effort. Most obviously, as compared to the previous editions, which focused mainly on XHTML and HTML 4, this edition focuses on HTML5, which represents both a return to the markup past and the unveiling of an exciting future of Web applications. However, we do retain some information from previous editions because in order for this work to be truly complete, we must not focus only on the future but also present all the elements supported in browsers today, including the archaic, proprietary, and standard (X)HTML tags. These will still be encountered for years to come, and we want this book to provide the reference you need in addressing their syntax.

    2010-05-06
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  • Ubuntu Up and Running.pdf

    This book is for people interested in learning about Ubuntu, the most popular Linux distribution. This includes students, home and business users, hobbyists, professionals, and all other types of user. Because this book takes you from the first steps of installing the operating system, through configuration, maintenance, and security, and on to topics such as networking, it provides a complete resource for all beginning to intermediate users.

    2010-05-06
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  • Professional JavaScript Frameworks Prototype, YUI, Ext JS, Dojo and MooTools.pdf

    This book is for web developers who want to get straight into JavaScript and explore the tools and productivity gains offered by the frameworks. A working knowledge of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript are assumed — and also of use will be some experience with object-oriented programming, server-side PHP scripting, and knowledge of web development modern techniques such as AJAX.

    2010-05-06
    9
  • Apress.Coders.at.Work.Sep.2009_www_softarchive_net.rar

    No more, of course. Now the world is awash in programmers. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, in the United States in 2008 approximately one in every 106 workers—over 1.25 million people—was a computer programmer or software engineer. And that doesn’t count professional programmers outside the U.S. nor the many student and hobbyist programmers and people whose official job is something else but who spend some or even a lot of their time trying to bend a computer to their will.Yet despite the millions of people who have written code, and the billions, if not trillions of lines of code written since the field began, it still often feels like we’re still making it up as we go along. People still argue about what programming is: mathematics or engineering? Craft, art, or science? We certainly argue—often with great vehemence—about the best way to do it: the Internet overflows with blog articles and forum postings about this or that way of writing code. And bookstores are chock-a-block with books about new programming languages, new methodologies, new ways of thinking about the task of programming.

    2010-04-22
    3
  • 97 Things Every Programmer Should Know.pdf

    With so much to know, so much to do, and so many ways of doing so, no single person or single source can lay claim to “the one true way.” Instead, 97 Things Every Programmer Should Know draws on the wisdom of crowds and the voices of experience to offer not so much a coordinated big picture as a crowdsourced mosaic of what every programmer should know. This ranges from code-focused advice to culture, from algorithm usage to agile thinking, from implementation know-how to professionalism, from style to substance.

    2010-04-14
    9
  • Enterprise Development with Flex

    This book will be very useful for Java Enterprise Edition (JEE) developers who are still not sure whether the Flex SDK is a good fit for their cross-platform RIAs. We are positive that after reading the first several chapters, you will appreciate the power and flexibility of the open source Flex SDK, third-party libraries, and their server-side tools.

    2010-04-12
    3
  • High.Performance.JavaScript.rar

    Though newer JavaScript engines have given us a glimpse into the future of a much faster Internet, the performance lessons of today will continue to be relevant and important for the foreseeable future.

    2010-04-12
    9
  • Programming_in_Scala_pdf.rar

    This book is a tutorial for the Scala programming language, written by people directly involved in the development of Scala. Our goal is that by reading this book, you can learn everything you need to be a productive Scala programmer.

    2010-04-07
    9
  • ScalaByExample.pdf

    Scala smoothly integrates object-oriented and functional programming. It is designed to express common programming patterns in a consise, elegant, and type-safe way. Scala introduces several innovative language constructs.For instance: • Abstract types and mixin composition unify concepts from object and module systems. • Pattern matching over class hierarchies unifies functional and object-oriented data access. It greatly simplifies the processing of XML trees. • A flexible syntax and type system enables the construction of advanced libraries and new domain specific languages.

    2010-04-07
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  • Scala Tutorial.pdf

    This document gives a quick introduction to the Scala language and compiler. It is intended for people who already have some programming experience and want an overview of what they can do with Scala. A basic knowledge of object-oriented programming, especially in Java, is assumed.

    2010-04-07
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