Delphi Graphics and Game Programming Exposed The majority of the book is dedicated to the mechanics of creating a game in Delphi, and will therefore be concerned mainly with exactly how to do something, such as fast flicker-free animation. Some parts address more theoretical issues, such as game design, and are very light in their coverage. Other parts are at a more intermediate level,... Collaborative Geographic Information Systems Many advances in the integration of group spatial modeling, geographic information systems (GIS), and the Internet have occurred in recent years; however, there is a lack of materials to highlight the transdisciplinary characteristics and impacts of this convergence while providing a uniform and consistent treatment of this expanding field of... MVVM Survival Guide for Enterprise Architectures in Silverlight and WPF
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.NET Framework Essentials (2nd Edition) Fully updated for Microsoft's official release, .NET Framework Essentials, 2nd Edition is an objective, concise, and technical overview of the new Microsoft .NET Framework for developing web applications and services.
Specifically written for intermediate to advanced VB, C/C++, Java, and Delphi developers, .NET Framework...
Delphi in a Nutshell
Aimed at the working Delphi developer, Delphi in a Nutshell is an effective desktop reference to this popular programming tool. Besides listing all core classes and methods, this book also provides a host of expert dos and don'ts for mastering the newest features in Delphi's Object Pascal.
The heart of this book is...
Jeff Duntemann's Drive-By Wi-Fi Guide Everything you need to know to design, build, protect, and extend a Wi-Fi wireless network!
You don’t have to knock holes in your walls to network your computers and share your family’s Internet connection. Wi-Fi connects computers, printers, video cameras and game consoles into a fast Ethernet network via microwaves. In this...
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