• Pro PHP Security From Application Security Principles to the Implementation of XSS Defenses second Edition

    Pro PHP Security From Application Security Principles to the Implementation of XSS Defenses second Edition

    Thanks for purchasing the second edition of this book. It’s been almost five years since the first edition was published, and that meant that a lot has changed in the world of web security. Our goal for this edition of the book was simple: reorganize the book from a web developer’s perspective, update important new information as it applies to PHP security, and leave out any information that was outdated.

     369 p cit 08/05/2013 154 1

  • Pro iOS Geo Building Apps with Location Based Services

    Pro iOS Geo Building Apps with Location Based Services

    Since its first release in 2007, iOS has offered geographic services: the (Google) Maps app was bundled with it by default. When the iOS SDK was released in 2008, developers were given the opportunity to implement geo components in their apps using the Map Kit Framework based on Google Maps services. Annotations (such as points of interest) could be overlaid on the maps provided by Google, and it became possible to use geocoding services and...

     322 p cit 08/05/2013 108 1

  • Pro C# 5.0 and the .NET 4.5 Framework Sixth Edition

    Pro C# 5.0 and the .NET 4.5 Framework Sixth Edition

    Many moons ago (circa 2001), I was given the opportunity to write a book on a forthcoming Microsoft technology that was, at the time, dubbed NGWS (Next Generation Windows Software). As I began to examine the source code provided by Microsoft, I noticed numerous code comments referring to the “COOL” (Common Object Oriented Language) programming language.

     1534 p cit 08/05/2013 127 1

  • Pro Bash Programming Scripting the GNU/Linux Shell

    Pro Bash Programming Scripting the GNU/Linux Shell

    Although most users think of the shell as an interactive command interpreter, it is really a programming language in which each statement runs a command. Because it must satisfy both the interactive and programming aspects of command execution, it is a strange language, shaped as much by history as by design.

     257 p cit 08/05/2013 124 1

  • Pro Android Python with SL4A

    Pro Android Python with SL4A

    This book is about writing real-world applications for the Android platform primarily using the Python language and a little bit of JavaScript. While there is nothing wrong with Java, it really is overkill when all you need to do is turn on or off a handful of settings on your Android device. The Scripting Layer for Android (SL4A) project was started to meet that specific need. This book will introduce you to SL4A and give you the power to...

     296 p cit 08/05/2013 122 1

  • Pro Android C++ with the NDK

    Pro Android C++ with the NDK

    Needless to say, exploring and practicing are the best methods for learning. Having a fully functional development environment ready at the very beginning of this book will enable you to explore and experiment with the material while working through the chapters.

     404 p cit 08/05/2013 129 1

  • PHP Objects, Patterns, and Practice Third Edition

    PHP Objects, Patterns, and Practice Third Edition

    When PHP 5 was released early in 2004, among the most important features it introduced was enhanced support for object-oriented programming. This stimulated much interest in objects and design within the PHP community. In fact, this was an intensification of a process that began when version 4 first made object-oriented programming with PHP a serious reality.

     538 p cit 08/05/2013 142 1

  • PHP, MySQL, JavaScript & HTML5 All-in-One For Dummies

    PHP, MySQL, JavaScript & HTML5 All-in-One For Dummies

    Although web development has changed over the years, the actual core details of creating a web page have stayed the same. You create a document and put it out on the web for people to view. Of course, to put something on the web you need to learn the special languages that are spoken on the web. No, we’re not talking about OMG, BRB, and all the other cryptic shorthand to communicate. We’re talking about the languages that are used to...

     724 p cit 08/05/2013 98 2

  • PHP and MongoDB Web Development Beginner's Guide

    PHP and MongoDB Web Development Beginner's Guide

    MongoDB is an open source, non-relational database system designed to meet the needs of modern Web 2.0 applications. It is currently being used by some of the most popular websites in the world. This book introduces MongoDB to the web developer who has some background building web applications using PHP. This book teaches what MongoDB is, how it is different from relational database management systems, and when and why developers should use it...

     292 p cit 08/05/2013 118 1

  • Visual QuickPro Guide PHP 5 Advanced

    Visual QuickPro Guide PHP 5 Advanced

    If you’re looking at this book, then I probably don’t need to tell you how great PHP is. Presumably, since you’re perusing the pages of an advanced text on the topic, you are already using PHP for developing dynamic Web sites. Maybe you’ve been doing so for a couple of years, perhaps just a couple of months. You could have learned PHP on your own, in a class, or by reading one of the many excellent books on the subject. (I’m...

     609 p cit 08/05/2013 115 1

  • PHP & MySQL Web Development All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies

    PHP & MySQL Web Development All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies

    When the World Wide Web was first developed, it was a static place. It was mainly a really big library with information that visitors could read. Documents were linked together so that the information was easy to find, but the Web pages were basically static. Every visitor to a Web site saw the same Web page.

     675 p cit 08/05/2013 117 2

  • PHP & MySQL For Dummies 3rd Edition

    PHP & MySQL For Dummies 3rd Edition

    Welcome to the exciting world of Web database applications. This book provides the basic techniques to build any Web database application, but I certainly recommend that you start with a simple one. In this book, I develop two sample applications, both chosen to represent two types of applications frequently encountered on the Web: product catalogs and customer- or member-only sites that require the user to register and log in with a password....

     455 p cit 08/05/2013 125 3

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