English | ASIN: B006P1BL9M | 2012 | 141 pages | EPUB | 3 MB
TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Searchable Dynamic Content With AJAX Crawling
Ajax: The Definitive Guide
Ajax: The Definitive Guide By Anthony T. Holdener III
2008 | 992 Pages | ISBN: 0596528388 | EPUB | 14 MB
Is Ajax a newtechnology, or the same old stuff web developers have been using for years? Both, actually. This book demonstrates not only how tried-and-true web standards make Ajax possible, but how these older technologies allow you to give sites a decidedly modern Web 2.0 feel.
The book also explains:
How to connect server-side backend components to user interfaces in the browserLoading and manipulating XML documents, and how to replace XML with JSONManipulating the Document Object Model (DOM)Designing Ajax interfaces for usability, functionality, visualization, and accessibilitySite navigation layout, including issues with Ajax and the browser’s back buttonAdding life to tables & lists, navigation boxes and windowsAnimation creation, interactive forms, and data validationSearch, web services and mash-upsApplying Ajax to business communications, and creating Internet games without plug-insThe advantages of modular coding, ways to optimize Ajax applications, and more
Adobe Dreamweaver CS3: Webseiten entwickeln mit (X)HTML, Ajax, CSS, PHP und MySQL
Richard Beer, Susann Gailus, “Adobe Dreamweaver CS3: Webseiten entwickeln mit (X)HTML, Ajax, CSS, PHP und MySQL”
German | 2007-12 | ISBN: 3836210339 | 645 pages | PDF | 161 mb
Beginning .NET Game Programming in VB.NET
Beginning.NETGame Programmingin VB.NET By Ellen Hatton, Alexandre Santos Lobao, David Weller
2004 | 440 Pages | ISBN: 1590594010 | PDF | 8 MB
The book’s greatest strength: the fact that it is very much grounded in writing a game.
- Craig Andera, .NET Practice Lead, Wangdera Corporation
This highly-anticipated title provides a clear introduction togame programmingfor you, VB.NETprogrammers! Microsoft insiders have written an easy-to-read guide, so you can startprogramminggames quickly. This book even includes an introduction to Managed DirectX9, and other advanced .NET features, likeanimationand sounds.
Code examples are actually complete games, and include .Nettrix , .Netterpillars, River Pla.NET, Magic KindergarteN., D-iNfEcT, Nettrix II (for the Pocket PC), and a version of the classic game, Spacewars.
Programming Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0
Francesco Balena, “ProgrammingMicrosoftVisual Basic6.0″
English | 1999 | ISBN: 0735605580 | CHM | 1312 pages | 10,8 mb
Francesco Balena is a well-known and highly regardeddeveloperand author. He has written numerousMicrosoftPress books, including the widely acclaimedProgrammingMicrosoftVisual Basic® titles, and edits a popular Web site on .NET programming. Francesco is a cofounder of Code Architects srl, an Italiansoftwarecompany that specializes in using Microsoft technologies to create enterprise-level solutions and programming tools. In addition, he is a regional director for MSDN Italy, and a frequent speaker atdeveloperconferences.
Foundations of ASP.NET AJAX
Laurence Moroney, Robin Pars, John Grieb, “Foundationsof ASP.NET AJAX”
2007 | pages: 288 | ISBN: 1590598288 | PDF | 6,3 mb
Since the emergence ofGoogle Maps, Ajaxprogrammingtechniques have become one of the hottest topics in theprogrammingarena. To date, the frameworks available for creating theseapplicationshave been complex and have separated the development of the client–side Ajax (on the user’s machine) from the server–side supporting technology (on the company’s machines). This separation has made development slow and difficult.
ASP.NET AJAX is Microsoft’s solution to this problem. ASP.NET AJAX (formerly code–named Atlas) is a set of extensions to the existing ASP.NET 2.0 technology that provides you with a fast-and-simple environment to create Ajaxapplications. Microsoft has combined Ajax with ASP.NET technology and provided a unified set of development tools withinVisual Studio 2005. For the first time, Ajax applications can be developed seamlessly in conjunction with a supporting technology.
Foundationsof ASP.NET AJAX (written by Laurence Moroney, the author of Apress’ successful Foundations of Atlas) gives you a detailed grounding in how ASP.NET AJAX works. It takes you swiftly through the basic principles of Ajax, then deep into the heart of the technology, where every namespace is discussed and every function considered. By the end of the book, you’ll know all the essentials to confidently produce cutting-edge ASP.NET AJAX applications swiftly and professionally. You will not need any reference beyond this book.
ASP.NET v. 2.0-The Beta Version
Alex Homer, ASP.NET v. 2.0-The Beta Version
ISBN: 0321257278 | edition 2004 | CHM | 672 pages | 9 mb
This is not just a reference book but also a feature-packed exploration of version 2.0 of ASP.NET. It covers the changes between ASP.NET 1.x andASP.NET 2.0that make it even easier to build efficient, attractive, and interactiveWeb sitesand Webapplicationsusing the new features in ASP.NET, while considerably reducingdevelopereffort and coderequirements.
Foundation Flex for Developers: Data-Driven Applications with PHP, ASP.NET, ColdFusion, and LCDS
Sas Jacobs, Koen De Weggheleire, “Foundation Flex for Developers: Data-Driven Applications with PHP, ASP.NET, ColdFusion, and LCDS”
2007 | pages: 573 | ISBN: 1590598946 | PDF | 6,9 mb
Flex is a very powerful and versatile technology for creating webapplicationfront-ends. But what every good webapplicationneeds is a robust data source, be it XML, or a database. Flex is very adaptable in terms of connecting to data sources, and that is the main focus of this book.
In Foundation Flex for Developers, author Sas Jacobs assumes that you’ve got the basics of Flex down already, and explores in detail how to create professional data-centric Flex 2 and Flex 3applications. In the first half of the book, she starts off with a brief exploration of Flex andActionScript3.0, before looking at application essentials in detail—creating custom components, user and web browser interactions, binding, formatting, and validating data, debugging, and more.
In the second half of the book, the focus is on connecting Flex to data sources, and covers XML, LiveCycle Data Services, PHP, ASP.NET, andColdFusionin detail, via a series of step-by-step case studies.
Covers Flex application basics
Covers connecting Flex 2 and Flex 3 to a variety of Data Sources
Includes several complete case studies
What you’ll learn
How to create custom components
How to handle user and web browser interactions
How to debug Flex 2applications
How to bind, format, and validate data
How to load and write external content
The essentials of XML, and working with it in Flex 2, including E4X
The essentials of Flex Data Services
How to build up data-driven Flex 2 applications with PHP, ASP.NET, andColdFusionbackends
Who this book is for
This book is for any Flex developer who knows the basics of building Flex user interfaces, and wants to learn how to connect their applications to data sources.
Microsoft Visual Basic 2010 for Windows, Web, and Office Applications: Complete
Gary B. Shelly, “Microsoft Visual Basic 2010 for Windows, Web, and Office Applications: Complete”
English | 2010 | ISBN: 0538468483 | PDF | 768 Pages | 68 MB
The Shelly Cashman Series® offers the finest textbooks in computer education. This MicrosoftVisual Basic 2010book utilizes an innovative step-by-step pedagogy, which integrates demonstrations of professional-quality programs with in-depth discussions ofprogrammingconcepts and techniques and opportunities for hands-on practice and reinforcement. The popular Guided ProgramDevelopmentsection supports students as they work independently to create useful, realistic, and appealingapplications, building their confidence and skills while guiding them to select appropriateVisual Basic 2010programmingmethods.
Expert ASP.NET 2.0 Advanced Application Design
Dominic Selly, ExpertASP.NET 2.0AdvancedApplicationDesign
ISBN: 159059522X | edition 2005 | PDF | 481 pages | 10 mb
The book first looks at some of the non-functionalrequirementsthat impact the design of a distributedapplication. It then relates them to the servers and services available in the .NET 2.0 Framework.ASP.NET 2.0is the central process for use in distributed .NETapplications, and the book closely examines the ASP.NET 2.0 Framework and its hosting environment, InternetInformationServer (IIS).
Pluralsight – Practical IoC With ASP.NET MVC 4
Pluralsight– Practical IoC With ASP.NET MVC 4
English | .MP4 | h264, yuv420p, 1024×768, 464 kb/s, 1000.00 fp | aac, 44100 Hz, 127 kb/s | 506 Mb
In this course, we’ll learn how to use an IoC container, like Unity in an ASP.NET MVC 4applicationand some of the basics of the practicalapplicationof IoC containers.
At first, Inversion of Control (IoC) is a difficult concept to understand. Even after understanding what IoC is, adevelopermust learn to apply the concepts of IoC and IoC containers to a real application in order to use it effectively. In this course, John will show you how to use the Unity IoC container in an ASP.NET MVC 4 application to use dependency injection on controllers, filters, views and more. You’ll start off by learning the basics of IoC containers, how they work and why they are important. As well as, learning about how internally ASP.NET MVC 4 creates controllers and views. In order to understand practically how dependency injection works (the core function of IoC containers)John will walk you through manually doing dependency injection in ASP.NET MVC 4 using your own custom controller factory. After you have done things manually, you’ll see how to add theMicrosoftUnity IoC container to your MVC 4 application to do dependency injection automatically. Essentially you’ll see how it is able to give us more flexibility and reduce the custom code we need to write. John then takes things even further by exploring some advanced dependency injection techniques using Unity to inject views and filters. He’ll also cover some of the advanced features of the Unity IoC container. Finally, you’ll take a tour through some other popular .NET IoC containers and see how to get them working in our ASP.NET MVC 4 application. After taking this course you will be equipped with the skills and knowledge you need to build realapplicationsusing Inversion of Control and dependency injection.
Pluralsight – .NET Micro ORMs (2013)
Pluralsight– .NET Micro ORMs
English | WMV + Project Files | 1024 x 768 | WMV3 ~155 kbps | 15 fps
WMA | 128 Kbps | 44.1 KHz | 2 channels | 4h 08m | 588 MB
Genre: Video Tutorial / .NET
.NET Micro ORMs will introduce you to what a Micro ORM is and will demonstrate the details of five different .NET Micro ORMs.
Do you want a data ORM that is simple and lightweight but also is powerful and provides incredible performance?
If so, a Micro ORM is for you!
This course will provide background for what a Micro ORM is and why you might want to use one.
It will then dive into specific details of five .NET Micro ORMs: Dapper, OrmLite, Massive, PetaPoco, and Simple.Data
This demo-heavy course will show the simple elegance of Micro ORMs while providing performance faster than any other “full” ORM available today.