Head First Networking Frustrated with networking books so chock-full of acronyms that your brain goes into sleep mode? Head First Networking's unique, visually rich format provides a task-based approach to computer networking that makes it easy to get your brain engaged. You'll learn the concepts by tying them to on-the-job tasks, blending practice and theory... HTML5 Canvas
In the past two years, since the release of this book, usage of the HTML5 Canvas has
grown by leaps and bounds. The original edition of this book was one of the first publications
dedicated to the Canvas. While we were proud to get out of the gate fast, it also
meant that we had to do a lot of research and exploration...
HTML5 Guidelines for Web Developers
In 2010, HTML5 became the buzzword on the web developer scene. Large companies,
such as Google, Apple, and Microsoft, began to use the new technology.
The popularity of the catchword HTML5 grew, not least of all because of the
heated debate between Apple and Adobe over whether this would mean the end
In this book,...
Web advertising is changing. What was once a predominantly Flash-based medium is making the switch to HTML5, with the benefit of a plug-in free environment giving a larger audience for ads, and better integration with the page they are featured on. We live in a time where marketers, designers, and developers are confused as to what they can...
Adobe AIR Programming Unleashed
Covers version 1.5 of Adobe AIR
Written to help you hit the ground running, this book teaches you how to build state-of-the-art rich desktop applications on the breakthrough Adobe AIR platform.
BeagleBone Cookbook: Software and Hardware Problems and Solutions
BeagleBone is an inexpensive web server, Linux desktop, and electronics hub that includes all the tools you need to create your own projects—whether it’s robotics, gaming, drones, or software-defined radio. If you’re new to BeagleBone Black, or want to explore more of its capabilities, this cookbook provides scores...
AJAX: A Beginner's Guide (Beginner's Guide (Osborne Mcgraw Hill)) This book is dedicated to making web applications look and act like desktop applications that run on your computer. As we advance into the Internet Age, the difference between the desktop and the Internet is going to keep diminishing. One issue that up until now has divided desktop applications from browser-based applications is that in the...
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