• Perl & LWP

    Perl & LWP

    Perl soared to popularity as a language for creating and managing web content. Perl is equally adept at consuming information on the Web. Most web sites are created for people, but quite often you want to automate tasks that involve accessing a web site in a repetitive way. Such tasks could be as simple as saying "here's a list of URLs; I want to be emailed if any of them stop working," or they could involve more complex processing of any...

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  • Parallel R

    Parallel R

    It’s tough to argue with R. Who could dislike a high-quality, cross-platform, opensource statistical software product? It has an interactive console for exploratory work. It can run as a scripting language to repeat a process you’ve captured. It has a lot of statistical calculations built-in so you don’t have to reinvent the wheel. Did we mention that R is free?

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  • Panda3D 1.6 Game Engine Beginner's Guide

    Panda3D 1.6 Game Engine Beginner's Guide

    Panda3D is a game engine, a framework for 3D rendering and game development for Python and C++ programs. It includes graphics, audio, I/O, collision detection, and other abilities relevant to the creation of 3D games. Also, Panda3D is Open Source and free for any purpose, including commercial ventures. This book will enable you to create finished, marketable computer games using Panda3D and other entirely open source tools, and then sell those...

     356 p cit 08/05/2013 94 1

  • WordPress Theme Design

    WordPress Theme Design

    The goal of this title is to explain the basic steps of creating a WordPress theme. This book focuses on the development, creation, and enhancement of WordPress themes, and therefore does not cover general 'how to' information about WordPress and all its many features and capabilities. This title assumes you have some level of understanding and experience with the basics of the WordPress publishing platform. The WordPress publishing platform...

     224 p cit 08/05/2013 110 1

  • OS X Mountain Lion Server for Dummies

    OS X Mountain Lion Server for Dummies

    You’re about to become a magician. Soon you’ll be providing your users with the illusion that they have direct access to the world of communication and information. The reality is that servers — ubiquitous, imperceptible, and indefatigable — provide every connection, communication, and bit of information that the computer user sees.

     411 p cit 08/05/2013 120 1

  • OS X Mountain Lion Pocket Guide

    OS X Mountain Lion Pocket Guide

    OS X was first released to the public over a decade ago as Mac OS X Beta (code-named Kodiak). The decade after that saw Mac OS X go from an interesting oddity unsuited to daily work to a usable operating system with little third-party support to everything most people want out of an operating system and a little more.

     266 p cit 08/05/2013 112 1

  • HTML5 Cookbook

    HTML5 Cookbook

    This book is here to help you get your job done. In general, you may use the code in this book in your programs and documentation. You do not need to contact us for permission unless you’re reproducing a significant portion of the code. For example, writing a program that uses several chunks of code from this book does not require permission. Selling or distributing a CD-ROM of examples from O’Reilly books does require permission....

     252 p cit 08/05/2013 98 1

  • Objective-C Fundamentals

    Objective-C Fundamentals

    Having been involved in the development of applications on a variety of mobile platforms for more than 10 years, I knew the iPhone was something exciting when it was first introduced back in 2008. From a consumer viewpoint, it had the intangible and hard-to-define elements required to make a compelling device that you just wanted to keep coming back to and interact with. To the user, the device “felt right” and it was a pleasure to use...

     368 p cit 07/05/2013 44 2

  • Instant New iPad Features in iOS 6 How-to

    Instant New iPad Features in iOS 6 How-to

    Apple's iPad has revolutionized the way we consume and edit content. This has resulted in a major shift that many are now starting to adopt. The new iPad's display and processing power allow for a rich media experience that is unlike any other. Instead of solely consuming media, you can create, edit, and manage everything from Excel documents to HD home movies. The multi-touch interface makes creating and editing intuitive. iCloud syncs...

     74 p cit 07/05/2013 35 1

  • More iOS6 Development Further Explorations of the iOS SDK

    More iOS6 Development Further Explorations of the iOS SDK

    So, you’re still creating iPhone applications, huh? Great! iOS and the App Store have enjoyed tremendous success, fundamentally changing the way mobile applications are delivered and completely changing what people expect from their mobile devices. Since the first release of the iOS Software Development Kit (SDK) way back in March 2008, Apple has been busily adding new functionality and improving what was already there. It’s no less...

     542 p cit 07/05/2013 98 1

  • Mobile Development with C#

    Mobile Development with C#

    As you start to look at getting into mobile development, it can be overwhelming to try and choose between all the different options and platforms available to you. Each platform comes with its own set of tools, preferred languages, and overall way of doing things. In many cases, you won’t want to restrict your application to a single platform, so naturally you’ll start looking for ways to reuse your code across the different platforms. If...

     172 p cit 07/05/2013 107 1

  • Migrating to iPhone and iPad for .NET Developers

    Migrating to iPhone and iPad for .NET Developers

    Ever since I spotted and started reading my first computer book in 1981, I knew Information Technology (IT) was going to be an important part of my life. I feel privileged to have been able to make a career out of something I enjoy, and the fact that it changes on what seems to be a monthly basis means it never gets boring. It still astounds me that mobile telephones have come so far in such a short time; and when the iPhone was launched, I...

     311 p cit 07/05/2013 94 1

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