Windows Store App Development: C# and XAML
Windows Store App Development introduces C# developers to working with Windows Store apps. It provides full coverage of XAML, and addresses both app design and development. Following numerous carefully crafted examples, you'll learn about new Windows 8 features, the WinRT API, and .NET 4.5....
The Python Quick Syntax Reference
The Python Quick Syntax Reference is the "go to" book that contains an easy to read and use guide to Python programming and development. This condensed code and syntax reference presents the Python language in a well-organized format designed to be used time and again.
You won't find jargon, bloated samples,...
React: Up & Running: Building Web Applications
Hit the ground running with React, the open-source technology from Facebook for building rich web applications fast. With this practical guide, Facebook web developer Stoyan Stefanov teaches you how to build components--React's basic building blocks--and organize them into maintainable, large-scale apps. If you're familiar with...
Python 3 for Absolute Beginners
There are many more people who want to study programming other than aspiring computer scientists with a passing grade in advanced calculus. This guide appeals to your intelligence and ability to solve practical problems, while gently teaching the most recent revision of the programming language Python.
You can learn solid software...
When I was first asked to write Hello! Python, I didn’t want to write just another introductory book—I wanted to write something different. The programming books that I’ve read in the past have often been just a laundry list of features: a list can have things in it, and you can call len(mylist) to find out exactly how...
The Developer's Guide to Debugging
Software has bugs. Period.
That's true, unfortunately. Even the good old "hello, world" program, known to virtually every C and C++ programmer in the world, can be considered to be buggy. Developing software means having to deal with defects; old ones, new ones, ones you created yourself, and those that others brought to life....
Enterprise OSGi in Action: With examples using Apache Aries
Enterprise OSGI in Action is a hands-on guide for developers using OSGi to build the next generation of enterprise Java applications. By presenting relevant examples and case studies, this book guides the reader through the maze of new standards and projects.
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Instant Node.js Starter
Program your scalable network applications and web services with Node.js with this book and ebook
Learn something new in an Instant! A short, fast, focused guide delivering immediate results
Learn how to use module patterns and Node Packet Manager (NPM) in your applications...
Learn Sprite Kit for iOS Game Development
With Learn Sprite Kit for iOS Game Development, you'll discover how easy it is to create 2D games using the new Sprite Kit framework from Apple. You'll find how simple it is to create a scene, add animated sprites, incorporate edges, play sound effects, and create animated particles for special effects. You'll also use...
Hello App Inventor!: Android programming for kids and the rest of us
Hello App Inventor! introduces creative young readers to the world of mobile programming—no experience required! Featuring more than 30 fun invent-it-yourself projects, this full-color, fun-to-read book starts with the building blocks you need to create a few practice apps. Then you'll...
Visible Thought: The New Psychology of Body Language
Geoffrey Beattie breathes new life into a thousand tired old clichés about body language. This is a fascinating book on two levels. The first is a serious scientific one arguing for new ideas about nonverbal communication. The second level is perhaps a shade less Nature and a dash more Heat or Hello. As Big Brother psychologist,...
Safe C++: How to avoid common mistakes
Astute readers such as yourself may be wondering whether the title of this book, Safe
C++, presumes that the C++ programming language is somehow unsafe. Good catch!
That is indeed the presumption. The C++ language allows programmers to make all
kinds of mistakes, such as accessing memory beyond the bounds of an...
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