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: Drupal 8 for Absolute Beginners
: James Barnett
: Apress
: 2015
: PDF
: 337
: Mirknig.su
: 12 Mb
: English
Drupal 8 for Absolute Beginners is your definitive guide to starting from scratch with Drupal even if you have little web knowledge. This book teaches you the basics of HTML, CSS, jvascript, and PHP in relation to Drupal, so that you can begin to use this popular CMS with all of its features.You will first learn how to set up and customize a basic blog using Drupal, one of the most powerful and popular content management systems available today. From there you will learn the basics of HTML, CSS, jvascript and PHP, and apply this knowledge to create your own custom Drupal module. You will learn how to build, style, and add functionality to your own Drupal module from scratch. You will then use Drush to apply a theme to Drupal, customizing everything to your liking, before publishing your work to the world. The book also covers some more advanced topics that beginners often ask about, such as getting set up with Git and using source control, using MySQL to interact with a database, and a guide to getting up and running with Linux.
: Ice Zero 5-11-2018, 19:00 | : 0 |
: Developing Web Apps with Haskell and Yesod: Safety-Driven Web Development
: Michael Snoyman
: O'Reilly Media
: 2015
: PDF
: 396
: Mirknig.su
: 2 Mb
: English
This fast-moving guide introduces web application development with Haskell and Yesod, a potent language/framework combination that supports high-performing applications that are modular, type-safe, and concise. Fully updated for Yesod 1.4, this second edition shows you how Yesod handles widgets, forms, persistence, and RESTful content. Author Michael Snoyman also introduces various Haskell tools to supplement your basic knowledge of the language.
By the time you finish this book, youll create a production-quality web application with Yesods ready-to-use scaffolding. Youll also examine several real-world examples, including a blog, a wiki, a JSON web service, and a Sphinx search server.
: Ice Zero 5-11-2018, 15:50 | : 0 |
: Developing Web Components: UI from jQuery to Polymer
: Jarrod Overson, Jason Strimpel
: O'Reilly Media
: 2015
: PDF
: 252
: Mirknig.su
: 2 Mb
: English
Although web components are still on the bleeding edgebarely supported in modern browsersthe technology is also moving extremely fast. This practical guide gets you up to speed on the concepts underlying W3Cs emerging standard and shows you how to build custom, reusable HTML5 Web Components.
Regardless of your experience with libraries such as jQuery and Polymer, this book teaches jvascript developers the DOM manipulations these libraries perform. Youll learn how to build a basic widget with vanilla jvascript and then convert it into a web component thats semantic, declarative, encapsulated, consumable, and maintainable. With custom components, the Web can finally fulfill its potential as a natively extensible application platform. This book gets you in at the right time.
: Ice Zero 5-11-2018, 15:44 | : 0 |
: Developing with Google+: Practical Guide to the Google+ Platform
: Jennifer Murphy
: O'Reilly Media
: 2012
: PDF
: 104
: Mirknig.su
: 8 Mb
: English
Would you like to integrate Google+ with an existing website, or build your own social application on the platform? Developing with Google+ takes you on a tour of the Google+ APIs, with lots of concrete examples and hands-on projects. Youll learn how to take advantage of Google+ social plug-ins, communicate programmatically with Google+ over REST APIs, and author real-time Hangout Apps.
Over the course of this book, youll follow the progress of a fictional company, Baking Disasters, as it incorporates all the features of the Google+ platform.
: Ice Zero 5-11-2018, 15:22 | : 0 |
: DevOps for Developers
: Michael H?ttermann
: Apress
: 2012
: PDF
: 196
: Mirknig.su
: 7 Mb
: English
DevOps for Developers delivers a practical, thorough introduction to approaches, processes and tools to foster collaboration between software development and operations. Efforts of Agile software development often end at the transition phase from development to operations. This book covers the delivery of software, this means the last mile, with lean practices for shipping the software to production and making it available to the end users, together with the integration of operations with earlier project phases (elaboration, construction, transition).DevOps for Developers describes how to streamline the software delivery process and improve the cycle time (that is the time from inception to delivery). It will enable you to deliver software faster, in better quality and more aligned with individual requirements and basic conditions. And above all, work that is aligned with the DevOps approach makes even more fun!
: Ice Zero 5-11-2018, 15:06 | : 0 |
: Developing with PDF: Dive Into the Portable Document Format
: Leonard Rosenthol
: O'Reilly Media
: 2013
: PDF
: 218
: Mirknig.su
: 6 Mb
: English
PDF is becoming the standard for digital documents worldwide, but its not easy to learn on your own. With capabilities that let you use a variety of images and text, embed audio and video, and provide links and navigation, theres a lot to explore. This practical guide helps you understand how to work with PDF to construct your own documents, troubleshoot problems, and even build your own tools.
Youll also find best practices for producing, manipulating, and consuming PDF documents. In addition, this highly approachable reference will help you navigate the official (and complex) ISO documentation.
: Ice Zero 5-11-2018, 14:37 | : 0 |
: Scalability Rules: 50 Principles for Scaling Web Sites
: Martin L. Abbott, Michael T. Fisher
: Addison-Wesley Professional
: 2011
: PDF
: 272
: Mirknig.su
: 1.5 Mb
: English
50 Powerful, Easy-to-Use Rules for Supporting Hypergrowth in Any Environment
Scalability Rules is the easy-to-use scalability primer and reference for every architect, developer, web professional, and manager. Authors Martin L. Abbott and Michael T. Fisher have helped scale more than 200 hypergrowth Internet sites through their consulting practice. Now, drawing on their unsurpassed experience, they present 50 clear, proven scalability rulesand practical guidance for applying them.

Abbott and Fisher transform scalability from a black art to a set of realistic, technology-agnostic best practices for supporting hypergrowth in nearly any environment, including both frontend and backend systems.
: Ice Zero 3-11-2018, 22:25 | : 0 |
: Dreamweaver MX Bible
: Joseph Lowery
: Wiley
: 2002
: PDF
: 1224
: Mirknig.su
: 13 Mb
: English
* The latest edition of the bestseller on Macromedia's market-leading Web development tool -- now deeper and more useful than ever!
* Fully revised to cover all the new features of this hot web design tool for active, database-driven Web page development!
* The definitive, 100% complete handbook and reference for Macromedia Dreamweaver X.
* Written by Macromedia insider, Web design expert, best-selling author, and Dreamweaver Advisor Council team member Joe Lowery.
* Includes coverage on Dreamweaver's integration with the upcoming releases of Flash, Fireworks, ColdFusion, JRUN, and more!
* Learn to build dynamic, database-driven Web sites - no programming required.
: Ice Zero 3-11-2018, 17:19 | : 0 |
: HTML5 & CSS3 For The Real World
: Estelle Weyl, Louis Lazaris, Alexis Goldstein
: SitePoint
: 2011
: PDF
: 400
: Mirknig.su
: 3 Mb
: English
HTML5 and CSS3 for the Real World is ideal for any web designer or developer who wants to start using the latest generation of web technologies in their everyday work.
This book will teach you how to:
understand the new semantic markup available in HTML5
use CSS3 to make sites beautiful without sacrificing clean markup or resorting to complex workarounds
employ native HTML5 video and audio in your pages
use web fonts to enrich a site's typography
make web applications accessible using WAI-ARIA
make the most of the new HTML form elements.
: Ice Zero 2-11-2018, 11:22 | : 0 |
: Dreamweaver 8 For Dummies
: Janine Warner
: For Dummies
: 2005
: PDF
: 456
: Mirknig.su
: 11 Mb
: English
Ever visited a knockout Web site and wondered, How did they do that? Wonder no more. Odds are, they did it with Dreamweaver. Completely updated to give you the scoop on all the cool new tools in the latest version, Dreamweaver 8 For Dummies will have you designing dynamite Web sites in no time. In fact, by Chapter 2 youll dive right into setting up your Web site, creating your first Web page, and adding text images and links. This guide starts with basic Web page design features and progresses to the more advanced options for DHTML and database-driven sites, with step-by-step instructions for every function plus lots of screen shots. It walks you though:
: Ice Zero 2-11-2018, 11:16 | : 0 |

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