HTML Manual of Style:A Clear, Concise Reference for Hypertext Markup Language (including HTML5) Larry Aronson
Html5: The Missing ManualTaschenbuchvon Matthew MacDonaldEAN: 9781449363260Einband: Kartoniert / BroschiertAuflage: 2. AuflageSprache: EnglischSeiten: 498Maße: 233 x 177 x 32 mmAutor: Matthew MacDonaldEDV, Html, Netze, Computers, Mailboxen, Informati
HTML5: The Missing Manual:2. Auflage. Matthew MacDonald
HTML5: The Missing Manual: Matthew MacDonald
HTML5: The Missing Manual: Matthew MacDonald
SWI-Prolog offers a comprehensive and portable free-software Prolog programming environment for more than 25 years now. It is widely used in research and education as well as for commercial applications. This is the official reference manual for the latest version of SWI-Prolog. SWI-Prolog aims to be a robust and scalable implementation with fair compatibility to the ISO Prolog standard. Version 7 extends the core language with strings, dicts and functional notation. These extensions optimize data interoperability with other IT systems and help bridging the gap to other programming languages. SWI-Prolog ships with a wide range of interface libraries, providing interfaces to other languages such as C and Java, databases, graphics and networking. It provides extensive support for managing HTML/SGML/XML and RDF documents. The system is particularly suited for server applications due to robust support for multi threading and HTTP server libraries. The SWI-Prolog development environment includes extensive editor support, graphical source-level debugger, autoloading and make facility. The SWI-Prolog editor and the PDT plugin for Eclipse provide alternative environments. This comprehensive manual gives an overview of the system and how to set-up programming projects with it, it describes the built-in predicates, module system, coroutining, threads, the Constraint Handling Rules library, the foreign language interface and how to generate runtime applications. Jan Wielemaker is the lead developer of SWI-Prolog. He started the development in 1986 and released the first version through FTP in 1987. Since then, he further developed SWI-Prolog, both in the context of academic research projects at the University of Amsterdam and by integrating contributions from the user community. He received a PhD from the University of Amsterdam in 2009 on a thesis named Logic programming for knowledge-intensive interactive applications. Since 2009, he works the VU University of Amsterdam.
Css: The Missing ManualTaschenbuchvon David Sawyer McFarlandEAN: 9781491918050Einband: Kartoniert / BroschiertAuflage: 4. AuflageSprache: EnglischSeiten: 693Maße: 231 x 179 x 40 mmAutor: David Sawyer McFarlandCSS, Web, Html, Netze, Design, Computers,
Practical PHP and MySQL Website Databases is a project-oriented book that demystifies building interactive, database-driven websites. The focus is on getting you up and running as quickly as possible. In the first two chapters you will set up your development and testing environment, and then build your first PHP and MySQL database-driven website. You will then increase its sophistication, security, and functionality throughout the course of the book. The PHP required is taught in context within each project so you can quickly learn how PHP integrates with MySQL to create powerful database-driven websites. Each project is fully illustrated, so you will see clearly what you are building as you create your own database-driven website. You will build a form for registering users, and then build an interface so that an administrator can view and administer the user database. You will create a message board for users and a method for emailing them. You will also learn the best practices for ensuring that your website databases are secure. Later chapters describe how to create a blog, a product catalog, and a simple e-commerce site. You will also discover how to migrate a database to a remote host. Because you are building the interactive pages yourself, you will know exactly how the MySQL and PHP work, and you will be able to add database interactivity to your own websites with ease. Adrian West resigned as a chartered engineer and has been teaching in one form or another since 1982. He introduced computers into his work place in 1989 and taught the staff how to use them. For 13 years he has designed and produced websites for businesses and charities in his present location Colyton, Devon, UK. He served as a computer technician to about 100 locals. He stopped visiting and teaching people five years ago so that he could concentrate on his favourite occupation, designing websites. To avoid disappointing his former customers, he launched his free computer help website www.colycomputerhelp.co.uk. He also writes monthly computer help articles in two local magazines. Adrian is the author of Practical HTML5 Projects; Apress May 2012; ISBN-13: 978-1-4302-4275-8. Frustrated by over complicated MySQL manuals that assumed the reader would fill in the many gaps in the instructions, he researched, tested and developed a fully explained and simplified method to eliminate the difficulties he experienced; this book is the result.
This book teaches the basic building blocks of programming needed to create cutting-edge graphics applications including interactive art, live video processing, and data visualization. A unique lab-style manual, this book gives graphic and web designers, artists, illustrators, and anyone interested in learning to code a jumpstart on working with the Processing programming environment by providing instruction on the basic principles of the language, followed by careful explanations of advanced techniques. From algorithmic design to data visualization, to computer vision and 3D graphics, this book teaches object-oriented programming from the ground up within the fascinating context of interactive visual media and creative coding. It is also supported by a companion website ( learningprocessing.com ), which includes all examples running in the browser using HTML5 canvas and p5.js, downloadable versions of all source code, answers to select chapter exercises, and over twenty hours of companion video lessons. A friendly start-up guide to Processing, a free, open-source alternative to expensive software and daunting programming languages No previous experience required-this book is for the true programming beginner! Step-by-step examples, thorough explanations, hands-on exercises, and sample code supports your learning curve