Google App Inventor
Google App Inventor is from the Internet giant Google, home of the famous search engine. Google also develops the Android operating system found on smartphones and tablet computers from many manufacturers including HTC, Motorola, Samsung, and a growing
host of others.
In late breaking news as this book goes to press, Google and...
Models and Analysis for Distributed Systems (ISTE)
Verification and hence modeling are a mandatory but intricate problem for engineers
developing embedded distributed real-time systems that are entrusted with critical
safety applications like medical care, transportation, energy production, industrial
processes, military operations. Therefore, while emerging 40 years ago, first for... Murach's HTML5 and CSS3
Note: There is a newer edition of this book
HTML5 and CSS3 (the latest standards for HTML and cascading style sheets) are packed with coding options that make it easier than ever to create web pages with the features users want today, from an up-to-date look and feel...to immediate validation of user entries...to audio and video...
OpenLayers 2.10 Beginner's Guide
How to Do Everything Adobe Acrobat X
Acrobat X Pro is a full-featured application that enables the end user to convert
documents into PDF (Portable Document Format) documents. PDF documents can
be read by anybody who has the free Adobe Reader installed on his or her computer.
Many people who own Acrobat don’t utilize many of the incredible features the
HBase: The Definitive Guide
You may be reading this book for many reasons. It could be because you heard all about
Hadoop and what it can do to crunch petabytes of data in a reasonable amount of time.
While reading into Hadoop you found that, for random access to the accumulated data,
there is something called HBase. Or it was the hype that is prevalent these days...
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