• Closure: The Definitive Guide

    Closure: The Definitive Guide

    JavaScript borrows many great ideas from other programming languages, but its most unique, and perhaps most powerful, feature is that any code written in JavaScript can run as-is in any modern web browser. This is a big deal, and it is unlikely to change anytime soon.

     594 p cit 02/05/2013 31 1

  • Gray Hat Hacking The Ethical Hacker’s Handbook Third Edition

    Gray Hat Hacking The Ethical Hacker’s Handbook Third Edition

    The goal of this book is to help produce more highly skilled security professionals who are dedicated to protecting against malicious hacking activity. It has been proven over and over again that it is important to understand one’s enemies, including their tactics, skills, tools, and motivations. Corporations and nations have enemies that are very dedicated and talented. We must work together to understand the enemies’ processes and...

     721 p cit 03/05/2013 31 2

  • JavaScript in 10 Simple Steps or Less

    JavaScript in 10 Simple Steps or Less

    Since the mid-1990s when Netscape introduced version 2 of its flagship Netscape Navigator browser, JavaScript has been part of the Web development landscape. Providing a mechanism to implement dynamic interactivity in the browser, without connecting to the server, JavaScript is at the core of the Dynamic HTML model, which allows today’s modern browsers to host sophisticated applications and user interfaces.

     647 p cit 18/04/2013 31 1

  • Grails: A Quick-Start Guide

    Grails: A Quick-Start Guide

    Web development is a very rewarding experience. Building an application that can run from anywhere in the world is pretty awesome. Even in a corporate environment, you can deliver new features to your users, no matter where they are located, without ever touching their computer. It’s a beautiful thing. Consider also what you can build: the potential for creativity on the Web is unlimited.

     231 p cit 04/05/2013 31 1

  • Metro revealed building windows 8 apps with HTML5 and JavaScript

    Metro revealed building windows 8 apps with HTML5 and JavaScript

    This 88-page primer unveils the key features of Microsoft's eagerly anticipated Windows 8 operating system. Windows 8 contains the revolutionary Metro application framework for building dynamic and responsive touch-enabled applications that target both desktops and mobile devices. With the official release of Windows 8 looming ever closer, experienced author Adam Freeman invites you to take a crash course in Metro development. Using...

     103 p cit 18/04/2013 31 1

  • Arista Warrior

    Arista Warrior

    The examples used in this book are taken from my own experiences, as well as from the experiences of those with or for whom I have had the pleasure of working. Of course, for obvious legal and honorable reasons, the exact details and any information that might reveal the identities of the other parties involved have been changed.

     421 p cit 02/05/2013 31 1

  • MySQLPocket Reference 2nd Edition

    MySQLPocket Reference 2nd Edition

    When I fly across the country, I often pass the hours programming on my PowerBook. If that programming involves MySQL, I inevitably end up lugging around the book I cowrote, Managing and Using MySQL (O’Reilly). I don’t carry around the book to show it off; the problem is that no matter how experienced you are with MySQL, you never know when you will need to look up the exact syntax of an obscure function or SQL statement.

     134 p cit 25/04/2013 31 1

  • Sams Teach Yourself Java in 24 Hours Sixth Edition

    Sams Teach Yourself Java in 24 Hours Sixth Edition

    As the author of computer books, I spend a lot of time lurking in the computer section of bookstores, observing the behavior of readers while I’m pretending to read the latest issue of In Touch Weekly magazine. Because of my research, I’ve learned that if you have picked up this book and turned to the introduction, I have only 12 more seconds before you put it down and head to the coffee bar for a double-tall-decaf-skim-withtwo-shots-of...

     434 p cit 18/04/2013 30 2

  • Head First Ajax

    Head First Ajax

    With traditional web pages and applications, every time a user clicks on something, the browser sends a request to the server, and the server responds with a whole new page. Even if your user’s web browser is smart about caching things like images and cascading style sheets, that’s a lot of traffic going back and forth between their browser and your server... and a lot of time that the user sits around waiting for full page refreshes.

     478 p cit 25/04/2013 30 1

  • SharePoint Apps with LightSwitch

    SharePoint Apps with LightSwitch

    This book is about developing SharePoint applications using Microsoft’s Visual Studio LightSwitch product. The overall goal of this book is to present enough information by way of worked examples to help you get started writing SharePoint applications using Visual Studio LightSwitch. Microsoft offers Visual Studio LightSwitch as both a stand-alone product and as an add-on to the full version of Visual Studio. Most of the sample applications...

     78 p cit 25/04/2013 30 1

  • MySQL and Java Developer’s Guide

    MySQL and Java Developer’s Guide

    Have you ever been assigned a project and realized that you had no idea how you were going to accomplish it? Many developers have experienced this feeling when asked to interface their code with a database. With a few exceptions, most developers were busy learning Lisp, linked lists, and big-O notation during their formal education instead of learning the fundamentals of relationship database management systems. When the time comes to...

     433 p cit 18/04/2013 30 1

  • Getting Started with Metro Style Apps

    Getting Started with Metro Style Apps

    The personal computer (PC), which first hit the market over 30 years ago, has undergone tectonic changes that, in turn, launched the PC era. PCs were primarily used in the workplace where software was simple and optimized for use with the keyboard; touching a screen was unheard of until recently. Slowly computers began creeping into the home and many users didn’t know what to do with them; they were glorified typewriters.

     110 p cit 22/04/2013 30 1

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