• XML and SQL: Developing Web Applications

    XML and SQL: Developing Web Applications

    In early 1995, I helped start a company, E-Doc, with a subversive business plan based on the premise that big publishing companies (in this case, in the scientific-technical-medical arena) might want to publish on the World Wide Web. I say "subversive" because at the time it was just that—the very companies we were targeting with our services were the old guard of the publishing world, and they had every reason in the world to suppress and...

     188 p cit 22/04/2013 35 1

  • Civic Apps Competition Handbook

    Civic Apps Competition Handbook

    Government agencies are increasingly being called upon to publish data as a means to increase transparency, deliver government services more efficiently, and innovate busi ness. Civic Apps Competitions (CACs) further these goals by providing incentives and a platform for software programmers to build innovative applications (“apps”) using open government data. Departments at all levels are proactively using technology to share their data...

     77 p cit 02/05/2013 35 1

  • Java and Flex Integration Bible

    Java and Flex Integration Bible

    For years, Java has been used to develop Web applications that allow users to access server-side data through user interfaces presented in a Web browser. Generally, the user interfaces for these applications have been presented to the user as HTML by using technologies such as Java Server Pages (JSP) to insert server-side data into the user interface to create dynamic, data-driven applications.

     555 p cit 06/05/2013 35 1

  • RESTful .NET

    RESTful .NET

    I’ve been working with the Web throughout my entire software engineering career. I started out writing ASP pages and COM components. I then moved into the world of .NET with ASP.NET and ASMX web services. In 2004, I got involved with BizTalk Server, which pushed me even more into the world of services and XML. I worked with Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) in its early beta stages, before its release in 2007. At that time, the...

     310 p cit 25/04/2013 35 1

  • PROFESSIONAL Augmented Reality Browsers for Smartphones

    PROFESSIONAL Augmented Reality Browsers for Smartphones

    AT AUGMENTEDPLANET.COM, I have been blogging about the rise in popularity of augmented reality (AR) since April 2009. When I started Augmented Planet, the only augmented reality applications available were either high-budget demos put together by creative agencies to wow their clients or obscure demos created by developers experimenting with the technology. Since those early days, Augmented Planet has documented the rise of augmented reality...

     362 p cit 24/04/2013 35 1

  • HTML5 designing rich internet applications

    HTML5 designing rich internet applications

    Incredibly, it has been more than 20 years since the first release of HTML, the HyperText Markup Language. In the early days of web development, HTML underwent a series of rapid evolutions from simple text to including images and adding CSS to format text.

     235 p cit 23/04/2013 35 1

  • Automating ActionScript Projects with Eclipse and Ant

    Automating ActionScript Projects with Eclipse and Ant

    Let me start by saying I’m a lazy developer by design. I’d rather spend a day to code something once than code the same task over and over again. The same goes for processes: why do repetitive tasks if you can automate them? Imagine all the time you’ll save. We live in a world where time is scarce and where project managers are breathing down our necks to get that specific feature, that deployment, or that project done now.

     96 p cit 23/04/2013 35 1



    Sensor processing is a central and an important problem in aerospace/defense, automation, medical imaging, and robotics, to name only a few areas. A surveillance system used in aerospace and defense is an example of a sensor processing system. It uses devices such as infrared sensors, microwave radars, and laser radars that are capable of detecting and tracking flying objects in their observational space. A sensor processing system may...

     342 p cit 24/04/2013 35 1

  • Programming Spiders, Bots, and Aggregators in Java

    Programming Spiders, Bots, and Aggregators in Java

    A tremendous amount of information is available through the Internet: today’s news, the location of an expected package, the score of last night’s game, or the current stock price of your company. Open your favorite browser, and all of this information is only a mouse click away. Nearly any piece of current information can be found online; you have only to discover it. Most of the information content of the Internet is both produced and...

     485 p cit 26/03/2013 35 2

  • Enyo: Up and Running

    Enyo: Up and Running

    HTML5 technologies hold the promise of providing compelling user experiences through the web browser. The Web has evolved as a platform for delivering content to users regardless of the operating system their computers (or smartphones and tablets) use. As users spend more time on the Web, they not only expect to receive content but also perform the actions of their daily lives. The Web is evolving from static pages to true web applications.

     73 p cit 02/05/2013 35 1

  • Elastic Beanstalk

    Elastic Beanstalk

    Thank you for picking up a copy of this book. Amazon Elastic Beanstalk is one of Amazon AWS’s services. It offers a platform for easy deployment of web applications. The first version of Elastic Beanstalk handles Java applications running in a Tomcat container. Deploying an application has been made as easy as uploading your WAR to your Application Environment. Elastic Beanstalk is difficult, and barely understood. But it has been a huge hit...

     86 p cit 02/05/2013 34 1

  • IT Policy pliance for Dummies

    IT Policy pliance for Dummies

    Welcome to IT Policy Compliance For Dummies! Compliance is a big fact of life for many organizations. At the core, it mostly concerns obedience to laws and regulations, especially regarding the use of information technology (IT). This book is all about understanding IT policy compliance, and discovering how your organization can use technology and business processes to fulfill compliance requirements set by government, industry, and your Chief...

     68 p cit 03/05/2013 34 1

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