Advanced C++ Programming
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Genre:C++ Programming| Language: English | Working Files Included
Course DescriptionIn this Advanced C++ training course, expert trainer, author and developer Mike McMillan teaches you advanced tools and techniques fordevelopingprograms with C++. This tutorial continues where Mike left off with the Beginners Learning C++ training course from Infinite Skills.
You jump right in to the training with a review of Inheritance. You will learn advanced topics in this training course such as Polymorphism, creating templates, working with exception handling, stream input/output management, associative containers,algorithms, stacks, queues and binary trees, different search and sort methods, namespaces and working with advanced string class methods.
By the completion of this advanced training course for C++, you will have an in-depth understanding of how to apply advancedprogrammingtechniques to achieve yoursoftware developmentneeds. Working files are included to allow you to learn using the same files that the author using in this video training course for C++.
Table of Contents01. Introduction/Inheritance
04. Exception Handling
05. Stream Input/Output
06. Sequential Containers
07. Associative Containers
09. Non-STL Data Structures
10. Non-STL Algorithms
12. String Class
Advanced C++ Programming
Offensive Security Penetration Testing with BackTrack Tutorial
OffensiveSecurity: Penetration Testing with BackTrack
English | Format: Flash swf | Included Ebook | 312.92 MB
Genre: Video Training
Penetration Testing with BackTrack (PWB) is an online training course designed fornetworkadministrators andsecurityprofessionals who need to acquaint themselves with the world of offensiveinformationsecurity.
This penetration testing training introduces the latesthackingtools and techniques in the field and includes remote virtual penetration testing labs for practicing the course materials. Penetration Testing with BackTrack attempts to simulate a full penetration test, from start to finish, by injecting the student into a rich, diverse, and vulnerablenetworkenvironment.
Penetration Testing with BackTrack is an entry-level course but still requires students to have certain knowledge prior to attending the class. A solid understanding of TCP/IP, networking, and reasonable Linux skills are required. This course is not for the faint of heart; it requires practice, testing, and the ability to want to learn in a manner that will grow your career in theinformationsecurity field and defeat anylearningplateau. Offensive Security challenges you to rise above the rest, dive into the fine arts of advanced penetration testing, and to Try Harder™.
Working with Data on the Web (2013)
Working with Data on the Web (2013)
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Often,designersneed to convey simple data without the overhead of a relational database such as MySQL. This course introduces web technologies that make it easy for adesignerordeveloperto store, retrieve, and display data online.
Interacting with data through HTML forms
Storing data as comma-separated values
Saving, retrieving, and displaying data as XML
Setting up and updating JSON data
Creating a YAML data file
Using HTML5 data storage solutions
Tutsplus – Web Form Design and Development
Tutsplus– Web Form Design andDevelopment
English | Working Files Included | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, stereo | Video: h264, yuv420p, 1280×720, 29.97 fps(r) | 1.77 GB
Web forms are not only an important part of the web, but also an important part of the User Experience and if not done correctly, they can be confusing and very ugly. In this course, Adi will show you how it’s done!
Welcome 2m 28s
Introduction 2m 28s
The FormBasics1h 7m 42s
Form Elements Overview – Part 1 18m 14s
Form Elements Overview – Part 2 10m 2s
Commonly Used Form Attributes 16m 2s
New Form Attributes in HTML5 6m 4s
New Input Types in HTML5 10m 42s
Where and How Are Forms Used? 6m 38s
Form Validation 50m 44s
Client-Side Validation 15m 34s
Server-Side Validation (the Classic Method) 14m
Server-Side Validation (the Ajax Method) 10m 34s
What to Validate? 4m 4s
Best Validation Practices 6m 32s
Forms And CSS 23m 30s
Overview on Form Styling 8m 24s
Custom Form Styling 15m 6s
Web Forms Best Practices 21m 54s
Forms and Usability 11m 18s
Introducing the Datalist Element 4m 10s
Forms and Accessibility 6m 26s
CSS Terminology Decoded (2013)
CSS Terminology Decoded (2013) (repost)
WEBrip | English | MP4 | 1152×720| h264 ~ 884 kbps, 25 fps | AAC ~ 256 kbps 44.1 KHz 2 channels | 2 hrs 07 min | 740 MB
CSS is an interestinglanguage. It’s quite easy to learn thebasics, but truly mastering it is a much more involved process that can take years – despite what yourdeveloperfriends may tell you. Anyone can apply a bit of styling, but do you understand all of the various terminology associated with modern CSS? Concatenation, pro processors,frameworks, OOCSS, responsivedesign…the list goes on and on! We’ll decode all of that and more in this course.
The Box Model
Concatenation and Minification
The Next Steps
HTML5: Web Forms in Depth (2011)
HTML5: Web Forms in Depth (2011)
WEBrip | English | MOV | 960×540 | AVC ~ 609 kbps, 15 fps | AAC ~ 160 kbps 48 KHz 2 channels | 1 hrs 58 min | 325 MB
In this course, author Joe Marini details the latest enhancements for client-side forms found inHTML5. Using real-world examples, the course showcases the capabilities of the specification’s new attributes and form elements, such as displaying default placeholder text, setting required fields, capturingemailaddresses, and presenting calculation results within a form. The course also demonstratesmobiledevice support for HTML5 forms and shows how to modernize existing forms while maintaining backwards compatibility for older browsers.
Autofilling previously entered data with autocomplete
Constraining form field data with a regular expression
Using text-selection APIs
Building CSS styling for invalid, valid, and required fields
Creating a search field
Including a phone number input field
Formatting number fields
Building a date picker
Creating a list of suggested entries
HTML5: Structure, Syntax, and Semantics (2011)
HTML5: Structure, Syntax, and Semantics (2011) (repost)
WEBrip | English | MOV | 960×540 | AVC ~ 320 kbps, 15 fps | AAC ~ 160 kbps 48 KHz 2 channels | 4 hrs 34 min | 560 MB
Gain a deeper understanding ofHTML5and learn how to create richer, more meaningful web pages with structural tags and descriptive attributes. In this course, author James Williamson presents an overview of HTML5 and itsdevelopment, defines the new tags and attributes, and discusses how browsers parse and display HTML5 content. The course also includes step-by-step instructions for constructing an HTML5 document with a header and footer, navigation, content groups, and formatting.
Defining basic elements
Exploring the contentmodel
Creating document sections
Using hgroup to override sectioning
Using the proper nesting structure
Choosing the right structural element
Using class and ID attributes
Grouping content with asides
Using divs in HTML5
Creating block level links
Defining link relationships
Understanding current browser support
Adding support for elements in older browsers
HTML5 Projects Advanced To-Do List (2013)
HTML5Projects Advanced To-Do List (2013)
WEBrip | English | MP4 | 960×540 | h264 ~ 420 kbps, 15 fps | AAC ~ 160 kbps 48 KHz 2 channels | 46 min | 90 MB
Making content editable
Setting up the core files for your app
Removing list items
Enabling drag-and-drop sorting
Responsive CSS with Sass and Compass
Responsive CSS with Sass and Compass | 428 MB
duration : 3h 31m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 960×540 15fps | Audio: AAC 48KHz 1ch
Genre: eLearning | Level: Intermediate |Language: English | released : Oct 30, 2013
Using aframeworkhelps simplify your workflow and makes writing CSS fun again. Learn how Compass (powered by Sass) can help you build responsive layouts that are easier, faster, and more compatible than using CSS alone. In this course, Ray Villalobos shows how to automate your workflow with Grunt.js, scaffold your HTML, modularize your Sass with partials, and get started styling with variables and mixins. Plus, learn how to create amobile-first grid with Susy—without adding nonsemantic HTML markup.
Need a refresher on Sass? Check out CSS with LESS and Sass with Joe Marini.
What are Sass and Compass?
Setting up a workflow with Grunt.js
Modularizing your Sass with partials
Creating a color palette with variables
Using Compass mixins
Creating amobile-first layout
Creating media-query breakpoints with Susy
Designinga responsive grid with Susy
Infinite Skills – Learning C# .NET Programming Training Video
Infinite Skills – Learning C# .NETProgrammingTraining Video
English | MP4 | 960×720 | AVC 225 Kbps 15.000 fps | AAC 128 Kbps 44.1 khz | 7.75 hours | 1.6 GB
Genre: Video Training
In thiscomputerbased training course on C#.NET, teacher and author Mike McMillan introduces you to this powerfulprogramminglanguage on the .NETFramework. Using a simple to understandstep by stepmethod of learning, you will quickly grasp the components to allow you to write full fledgedprogramswith C# .NET.
You will start with an introduction to the very basics of C#, variable types. You then move to learning about classes, how to handle data, logical operations, flow control and much more in this video tutorial. You will learn how to accept user input, and even how to store it in a file for later retrieval. Each chapter is completed with an exercise that allows you to apply what you have learned, re-enforcing your training.
By the conclusion of this video training course on C# .NET, you will be capable of building completecomputerprogramsat a basis level, using this programming language. This course comes complete with working files to allow you to work alongside the author as he teaches you how to program in C# .NET. Far more effective than a manual and cheaper than classroom based classes, this is the ultimate in self-paced learning.01. Introduction
02. Getting Started
03. Your First C# Program
04. C# Building Blocks – Data Types And Variables
05. Introduction To Classes And Objects
06. Arithmetic Operators And Expressions
07. C# Input And Output
08. Making Decisions
09. Performing Repetition
11. Working With Lists
12. Classes And Object-Oriented Programming
14. Polymorphism And Other Advanced Topics
16. Additional C# Control Flow Constructs
17. File Processing
18. Miscellaneous Topics
Android Development for Beginners
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Unless you’ve been sleeping for the last couple of years, you know that Mobile is H-O-T! And the most popular mobile platform in the world? That’s Android. Do you have a great idea for an App that you’d love to get on the market? Does your company need an app to grow it’s online audience? Perhaps you’ve always wanted to learn Android Development for fun?Whatever your reason– Android Development forBeginnersis for you! This course covers the skills needed to produce competent, quality, error-free Android appications. More importantly, this course builds the foundation you need to learn more advanced skills and create professional, qualityapplicationsas you learn more.
While this is a course for beginners, to be successful you need to know the basics of Java. The course will review the more complex Java used in the Android ecosystem, but you should understand Java Basics– Variables, Loops, Functions, Conditionals should be enough.
C Programming – iOS Development Starts Here!
CProgramming– iOSDevelopmentStarts Here!
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Genre:Development/Programming| Language: English
If you’d like to learn how to developapplicationsfor iOS (iPhone and iPad) but haven’t programmed much, the task may seem daunting. iOS programming is based on the Objective C programming language– and C programming is a prerequisite. Our C programming course will teach you how to program in C. Programming with C is the perfect place to start if you want to create programs for iPhone, iPad or Mac. Learning C is also great to learn if you have never programmed before and want to understand the basics.C is the basis of many languages used today. C++, Objective C, PHP, Java and even Microsoft’s .net languages have their roots in the C programming language. While C has been around since the 70′s it’s still used today inapplicationswhere speed is critical– Financial applications,video gamesand complexengineeringsimulations are all written in C.
In this course master trainer Mark Lassoff will teach you the important concepts you need to learn how to program in C. After completing this course you will be ready to write and adjust C applications. You will also be fully prepared to tackle Objective-C– the language of iOS (the iPad and iPhone).
There is no programming experience required for this course. So take a tour around this ultimate C programming tutorial.
So take a tour around this ultimate C programming tutorial… and we hope to see you inside!