Objective-C Fundamentals is a hands-on tutorial that leads you from your first line of Objective-C code through the process of building native apps for the iPhone using the latest version of the SDK. You'll learn to avoid the most common pitfalls, while exploring the expressive Objective-C...
Programming Arduino: Getting Started With Sketches
Arduino interface boards provide a low-cost, easy-to-use technology to create microcontrollerbased
projects. With a little electronics, you can make your Arduino do all sorts of things, from
controlling lights in an art installation to managing the power on a solar energy system.
There are many...
Docker in Practice
An open source container system, Docker makes deploying applications painless and flexible. Docker is powerful and simple to use, and it makes life easier for developers and administrators alike providing shorter build times, fewer production bugs, and effortless application roll-out.
LINQ in Action LINQ, Language INtegrated Query, is a new extension to the Visual Basic and C# programming languages designed to simplify data queries and database interaction. It addreses O/R mapping issues by making query operations like SQL statements part of the programming language. It also offers built-in support for querying in-memory collections like... C++/CLI in Action C++ is the language of choice for thousands of applications and millions of lines of code. With C++/CLI, developers can integrate existing C++ code into the .NET platform without rewriting their applications. This book explores the C++/CLI syntax, teaches how to mix native C++ and managed .NET code, and shows how to integrate C++ with Windows... Adobe AIR in Action My friend Paul Newman (yes, that’s really his name, and no, not that Paul Newman) called me a year ago to ask if I’d like to help write a book about Apollo, which was the codename for Adobe AIR at that time. I was already overworked, but I hesitantly agreed. Although I’d known of Apollo in a general way prior to that, it was only...
R in Action
When I began writing this book, I spent quite a bit of time searching for a good
quote to start things off. I ended up with two. R is a wonderfully flexible platform
and language for exploring, visualizing, and understanding data. I chose the quote
from Alice in Wonderland to capture the flavor of statistical analysis today—an...
Programming Mac OS X: A Guide for Unix Developers
A guide for UNIX developers who want accurate information on getting up to speed with Mac OS X and its software development environment, this book provides programmers all the information they need to understand and use the operating system, its development tools, and key technologies such as Darwin, Cocoa, and AppleScript. Users are...
Gnuplot in Action: Understanding Data with Graphs Statistical data is only as valuable as your ability to analyze, interpret, and present it in a meaningful way. Gnuplot is the most widely used program to plot and visualize data for Unix/Linux systems and it is also popular for Windows and the Mac. It's open-source (as in free!), actively maintained, stable, and mature. It can deal with...
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