• Beginning JavaScript 4th Edition 2010

    Beginning JavaScript 4th Edition 2010

    JavaScript is the definitive language for making the Web a dynamic, rich, interactive medium. This guide to JavaScript builds on the success of previous editions and introduces you to many new advances in JavaScript development. The reorganization of the chapters helps streamline your learning process while new examples provide you with updated JavaScript programming techniques.

     793 p cit 19/07/2012 157 5

  • JavaScript For Dummies

    JavaScript For Dummies

    Responding to reader feedback, the author has thoroughly revamped the book with more step-by-step coverage of JavaScript basics, an exclusive focus on Internet Explorer, and many complete sample scripts Updated to cover JavaScript 1.5, the latest release of this popular Web scripting language Using lots of examples, including a sample working Web site, the book shows how to create dynamic and interactive pages, build entire...

     387 p cit 19/07/2012 156 4

  • HTML5: Up and Running

    HTML5: Up and Running

    If you don't know about the new features available in HTML5, now's the time to find out. The latest version of this markup language is going to significantly change the way you develop web applications, and this book provides your first real look at HTML5's new elements and attributes. Even though work on HTML5 is ongoing, browsers such as Safari, Mozilla, Opera, and Chrome already support many of its features -- and browsers for smart phones...

     222 p cit 19/07/2012 128 4

  • Beginning Android Games

    Beginning Android Games

    Hi there, and welcome to the world of Android game development. My name is Mario; I’ll be your guide for the next fourteen chapters. You came here to learn about game development on Android, and I hope to be the person who enables you to realize your ideas. Together we’ll cover quite a range of materials and topics: Android basics, audio and graphics programming, a little math and physics, and a scary thing called OpenGL ES. Based on all...

     679 p cit 08/05/2013 116 4

  • 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

  • Droid 2 For Dummies

    Droid 2 For Dummies

    Don’t be fooled: Just because the Droid 2 is a smartphone doesn’t mean that it’s harboring some form of insidious intelligence. There’s no alien brain in the device. It isn’t going to take over the world, though it can intimidate you — that is, until you understand and accept that it’s your phone. The Droid 2 is a gizmo that helps make your life a heck of a lot easier. The key to understanding an amazing piece of technology...

     388 p cit 02/05/2013 114 2

  • Software Engineering & Testing

    Software Engineering & Testing

    The role of software engineering cannot be neglected in the field of software development. The advent of computers introduced the need for software and the quality of software introduced the need for software engineering. Software engineering has come a long way since 1968, when the term was first used at a NATO conference, and software itself has entered our lives in ways that few had anticipated, even a decade ago. So a firm grounding in...

     529 p cit 03/05/2013 129 2

  • 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

  • Machine Learning for Hackers

    Machine Learning for Hackers

    To explain the perspective from which this book was written, it will be helpful to define the terms machine learning and hackers. What is machine learning? At the highest level of abstraction, we can think of machine learning as a set of tools and methods that attempt to infer patterns and extract insight from a record of the observable world. For example, if we are trying to teach a computer to recognize the zip codes written on the fronts of...

     322 p cit 06/05/2013 119 2

  • 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

  • Machine Learning in Action

    Machine Learning in Action

    After college I went to work for Intel in California and mainland China. Originally my plan was to go back to grad school after two years, but time flies when you are having fun, and two years turned into six. I realized I had to go back at that point, and I didn’t want to do night school or online learning, I wanted to sit on campus and soak up everything a university has to offer. The best part of college is not the classes you take or...

     382 p cit 06/05/2013 87 2

  • Natural Language Annotation for Machine Learning

    Natural Language Annotation for Machine Learning

    This book is intended as a resource for people who are interested in using computers to help process natural language. A "natural language" refers to any language spoken by humans, either currently (e.g., English, Chinese, Spanish) or in the past (e.g., Latin, Greek, Sankrit). “Annotation” refers to the process of adding metadata information to the text in order to augment a computer’s abilities to perform Natural Language Processing...

     97 p cit 06/05/2013 92 2

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