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Coding Theory - A First Course

As the title of this book already suggests, this manuscript is intended to be a textbook suitable for a first course in coding theory. It is based on a course that is taught for several years at the Eindhoven University of Technology. The students that follow this course are mostly in the third or fourth year of their undergraduate program. Typically, half of them are computer science students, a third of them study mathematics and the remainder are students in electrical engineering or information technology.

Learn To Code Html And Css (Voices That Matter)

HTML and CSS can be a little daunting at first but fear not. This book, based on Shay Howe's popular workshop covers the basics and breaks down the barrier to entry, showing readers how they can start using HTML and CSS through practical techniques today. They'll find accompanying code examples online, while they explore topics such as the different structures of HTML and CSS, and common terms. After establishing a basic understanding of HTML and CSS a deeper dive is taken into the box model and how to work with floats. The book includes an exercise focused on cleaning up a web page by improving the user interface and design, solely using HTML and CSS. With a few quick changes the web page changes shape and comes to life. Interactive, technically up-to-the-minute and easy-to-understand, this book will advance a student's skills to a professional level.

TypeScript 2.x for Angular Developers: Harness the capabilities of TypeScript to build cutting-edge web apps with Angular

TypeScript, a superset of JavaScript, is the default language for building Angular applications from Google. TypeScript 2.0 adds optional static types, classes, and modules to JavaScript, to enable great tooling and better structuring of large JavaScript applications. This book will teach you how to leverage the exciting features of TypeScript while working on Angular projects to build scalable, data-intensive web applications. You will begin by setting up and installing TypeScript and then compile it with JavaScript. You will then learn to write simple JavaScript expressions with TypeScript. You will then go through some built in TypeScript types and accessors. Further you will build web components using TypeScript Interfaces and Decorators. You will go through the Angular form module, which will enable you to write predictable typed forms with TypeScript and learn to use typed DOM events. You will also build a single-page application using the Router module. Lastly, you will consume API data with Angular's HTTP Module and handle responses with RxJS observables. At the end of the book, you will go through different testing and debugging techniques.

Cascading Style Sheets (Quick Study Computer)

This is a great tool for someone looking to make Cascading Style Sheets easier to use. Includes information on: • types of CSS rules • parts of CSS rules • text pad • selectors close up • rule locations • defining styles • font controls • text controls • element controls • element positioning controls • stacking objects • browser standards • changing the cursors • debugging code • and much more…

Front-End Reactive Architectures: Explore the Future of the Front-End using Reactive JavaScript Frameworks and Libraries

Learn how to use reactive architectures on the front-end. There are many technologies using a reactive approach on the back end, but this book teaches you how the reactive manifesto can be used to benefit your front-end programming as well. You will discover what reactive programming is, what the current front-end ecosystem looks like, and how to use a range of frameworks and libraries. You will also apply specific reactive architectures in your own projects. Each concept is taught with a mix of technical explanations and real-world code implementations. The future of front-end programming and architecture is reactive – don’t get left behind: Add Front-End Reactive Architectures to your library today. What You'll Learn Understand when and why you should use a reactive architecture Apply a specific reactive architecture in a project Manage different reactive architectures Who This Book Is For Mid-senior front-end developers, tech leads, and solutions architects

Third Edition Align with Angular version 5 and Google's long-term vision for Angular

Book Description Align your work to stable APIs of Angular, version 5 and beyond, with Angular expert Minko Gechev. Angular is the modern Google framework for you to build high-performance, SEO-friendly, and robust web applications. Switching to Angular, Third Edition, shows you how you can align your current and future development with Google's long-term vision for Angular. Gechev shares his expert knowledge and community involvement to give you the clarity you need to confidently switch to Angular and stable APIs. Minko Gechev helps you get to grips with Angular with an overview of the framework, and understand the long-term building blocks of Google's web framework. Gechev then gives you the lowdown on TypeScript with a crash course, so you can take advantage of Angular in its native, statically typed environment. You'll next move on to see how to use Angular dependency injection, plus how Angular router and forms, and Angular pipes, are designed to work for your projects today and in the future. You'll be aligned with the vision and techniques of the one Angular, and be ready to start building quick and efficient Angular applications. You'll know how to take advantage of the latest Angular features and the core, stable APIs you can depend on. You'll be ready to confidently plan your future with the Angular framework.

WordPress Web Design for Dummies, 3rd Edition

Your full-color guide to creating dynamic websites with WordPress. Are you familiar with the fundamentals of WordPress, but want to take your skills to the next level? From bestselling author and WordPress expert Lisa Sabin-Wilson, this new edition of WordPress Web Design For Dummies quickly gets you up to speed on the latest release of the software and shows you how to use it as a tool to create a customized, compelling, and cost-effective website-without losing your cool. WordPress can be used to create a custom design for your website using complimentary technologies such as graphic design, CSS, HTML coding, PHP programming, and MySQL administration. With the help of this hands-on, friendly guide, you'll discover how to create an effective navigation system, choose the right color palette and fonts, and select different layouts. Plus, you'll find out how to tweak existing website designs with available themes, both free and premium, and gain the confidence to translate your design skills into paid work. - Create dynamic, custom websites with the self-hosted version of WordPress - Use free themes and enhance them with CSS and HTML - Create a responsive design for mobile devices and tablet users - Get to grips with the newest release of WordPress Whether you want to use WordPress to spruce up your existing website or create a brand-new one from scratch, this do-it-yourself guide has you covered.

Owls Guide to HTML & CSS
Owls Guide to HTML & CSS Sented by Luis

HTML is the foundation language for all web pages. Learn how to use HTML to create web pages with this easy step by step introduction to HTML. This book will take you through the basics of writing HTML code and you can get started with building your own web pages within no time. Table of Content 1. Introduction to HTML 2. Texts 3. Links 4. Lists 5. Tables 6. Images 7. Media 8. Forms 9. HTML 5 Canvas 10. Introduction to CSS 11. Texts 12. Colors 13. Tables, Lists, Forms 14. Images 15. Layouts

Get Coding! Learn HTML, CSS, and JavaScript and Build a Website, App, and Game

Learn how to write HTML, CSS, and JavaScript and build your own website, app, and game! An essential guide to computer programming for kids— by kids. Crack open this book and set off on several fun missions — while simultaneously learning the basics of writing code. Want to make a website from scratch? Create an app? Build a game? All the tools are here, laid out in a user-friendly format that leads kids on an imaginary quest to keep a valuable diamond safe from dangerous jewel thieves. Presented by Young Rewired State — an international collective of tech-savvy kids — in easy-to-follow, bite-size chunks, the real-life coding skills taught in this engaging, comprehensive guide may just set young readers on the path to becoming technology stars of the future.

TypeScript Deep Dive
TypeScript Deep Dive Sented by Musa

I've been looking at the issues that turn up commonly when people start using TypeScript. This is based on the lessons from Stack Overflow / DefinitelyTyped and general engagement with the TypeScript community. You can follow for updates and don't forget to on GitHub TypeScript compiles into JavaScript. JavaScript is what you are actually going to execute (either in the browser or on the server). So you are going to need the following: TypeScript compiler (OSS available in source and on NPM) A TypeScript editor (you can use notepad if you want but I use alm . Also lots of other IDES support it as well)

PHP Advanced and Object-Oriented Programming: Visual QuickPro Guide

Readers can take their PHP skills to the next level with this fully revised and updated PHP Advanced: Visual QuickPro Guide, Third Edition! Filled with fourteen chapters of step-by-step content and written by bestselling author and PHP programmer Larry Ullman, this guide teaches specific topics in direct, focused segments, shows how PHP is used in real-world applications. The book teaches developing web applications using advanced PHP techniques and advanced database concepts, and this edition offers several chapters devoted to object-oriented programming and all-new chapters on debugging, testing, and performance. Author hosts a popular companion website at larryullman.com, where readers can freely download code used in the book, access a user forum and book updates, and get advice directly from the author.

Vue.js: Up and Running: Building Accessible and Performant Web Apps

Get a brisk introduction to building fast, interactive single-page web applications with Vue.js, the popular JavaScript framework that organizes and simplifies web development. With this practical guide, you’ll quickly move from basics to custom components and advanced features—including JSX, the JavaScript syntax extension. Author Callum Macrae shows you how to use the most useful libraries in the Vue ecosystem, such as vue-router for routing, vuex for state management, and vue-test-utils for testing. If you’re a frontend developer familiar with JavaScript, HTML, and CSS, this book will show you how to develop a fully featured web application using Vue. Learn Vue.js basics, including its use of templates to display data on a page Set up Vue projects from scratch, or use vue-cli to set up from a template Create a maintainable codebase by splitting code into self-contained components Discover how Vue.js works with CSS to style your websites and applications Use render functions and JSX, rather than templates, to determine what Vue displays Control how code is executed and displayed with vue-router Manage state in one centralized place with the Vuex library Write unit tests to ensure your Vue components don’t break in the future

Node.js 8 the Right Way: Practical, Server-Side JavaScript That Scales

Node.js is the platform of choice for creating modern web services. This fast-paced book gets you up to speed on server-side programming with Node.js 8, as you develop real programs that are small, fast, low-profile, and useful. Take JavaScript beyond the browser, explore dynamic language features, and embrace evented programming.Harness the power of the event loop and non-blocking I/O to create highly parallel microservices and applications. This expanded and updated second edition showcases the latest ECMAScript features, current best practices, and modern development techniques. JavaScript is the backbone of the modern web, powering nearly every web app's user interface. Node.js is JavaScript for the server. This greatly expanded second edition introduces new language features while dramatically increasing coverage of core topics. Each hands-on chapter offers progressively more challenging topics and techniques, broadening your skill set and enabling you to think in Node.js. Write asynchronous, non-blocking code using Node.js's style and patterns. Cluster and load balance services with Node.js core features and third-party tools. Harness the power of databases such as Elasticsearch and Redis. Work with many protocols, create RESTful web services, TCP socket clients and servers, and more. Test your code's functionality with Mocha, and manage its life cycle with npm. Discover how Node.js pairs a server-side event loop with a JavaScript runtime to produce screaming fast, non-blocking concurrency. Through a series of practical programming domains, use the latest available ECMAScript features and harness key Node.js classes and popular modules. Create rich command-line tools and a web-based UI using modern web development techniques. Join the smart and diverse community that's rapidly advancing the state of the art in JavaScript development. What You Need: Node.js 8.x Operating system with bash-like shell OMQ (pronounced "Zero-M-Q") library, version 3.2 or higher Elasticsearch version 5.0 or higher jq version 1.5 or higher Redis version 3.2 or higher

Learning Web-based Virtual Reality: Build and Deploy Web-based Virtual Reality Technology

Create web-based VR applications and deploy them to GitHub pages with this short, practical tutorial crammed with hands-on examples. This book covers topics such as VR, the WebVR API, and A-Frame. In Learning Web-based Virtual Reality, you will build a number of 3D VR-based applications. In these apps, you will be able to test the VR environments, walk through the virtual world, interact with the objects, and perceive these virtual realities with the help of Google Cardboard. By the end of the book, you will have a complete understanding of what WebVR is, knowledge of what VR devices are available, and the requirements to start working on WebVR. You will also be comfortable in using A-Frame and its various components to build your own VR projects. What You Will Learn Experience WebVR, the WebVR API, and WebVR libraries Make use of various pieces of VR hardware See popular WebVR projects Use A-Frame to build your own WebVR projects Who This Book Is For Developers who want to build and deploy web-based virtual reality technology. Understanding of HTML5, JavaScript, and CSS is required.

JavaScript Recipes: A Problem-Solution Approach

Quickly discover solutions to common problems, best practices you can follow, and everything JavaScript has to offer. Using a problem-solution approach, this book takes you from language basics like built-in objects and flow control all the way to advanced optimization techniques, frameworks and Node.js. With JavaScript Recipes you will learn language fundamentals like types, conversions, execution contexts, expressions, operators, statements, and built-in objects. You'll explore and make the most of your script’s host environment and how to create your own JavaScript host using Google’s V8 engine. Employ advanced optimization techniques to create scripts that execute as fast, or faster, than native executables. JavaScript Recipes shows you how to avoid wasting development time and concentrate on developing cutting-edge applications. You’ll see how much quicker and efficient it is to develop with JavaScript. Start becoming a JavaScript pro with JavaScript Recipes today. What You'll Learn Learn JavaScript language fundamentals and what they can do for you Use JavaScript’s powerful features to develop next-generation applications Explore your script’s host environment and extend it with your own objects Learn how to use Google’s V8 Engine to create your own JavaScript environment Learn advanced optimization techniques Implement advanced techniques like closures, namespaces, and reflection How to use Node.js efficiently Who This Book Is For JavaScript developers who need to get development tasks accomplished quickly.

PHP Arrays: Single, Multi-dimensional, Associative and Object Arrays in PHP 7

Gain an in-depth understanding of PHP 7 arrays. After a quick overview of PHP 7, each chapter concentrates on single, multi-dimensional, associative, and object arrays. PHP Arrays is a first of its kind book using PHP 7 that demonstrates inserting, appending, updating, and deleting array data. This book also covers validation methods to insure that the data provided by a user is good before the data is entered into an array. You’ll see how PHP 7 try/catch modules are used to capture exceptions and errors that may be caused by invalid data. The code examples demonstrate common real-world scenarios. Moreover, examples of every PHP 7 array function (over 75) are demonstrated. The appendix provides a two-dimensional array case study on the logical design of a checkers game. PHP Arrays answers the following questions: Why do we need arrays? When do we need to use arrays? Are arrays efficient? Can arrays reduce coding time? When do you use multi-dimensional and associative arrays? What is an object array?

Preparing Data for Analysis with JMP

by Robert Carver (Author) Access and clean up data easily using JMP?! Data acquisition and preparation commonly consume approximately 75% of the effort and time of total data analysis. JMP provides many visual, intuitive, and even innovative data-preparation capabilities that enable you to make the most of your organization's data. Preparing Data for Analysis with JMPis organized within a framework of statistical investigations and model-building and illustrates the new data-handling features in JMP, such as the Query Builder. Useful to students and programmers with little or no JMP experience, or those looking to learn the new data-management features and techniques, it uses a practical approach to getting started with plenty of examples. Using step-by-step demonstrations and screenshots, this book walks you through the most commonly used data-management techniques that also include lots of tips on how to avoid common problems. With this book, you will learn how to: Manage database operations using the JMP Query Builder Get data into JMP from other formats, such as Excel, csv, SAS, HTML, JSON, and the web Identify and avoid problems with the help of JMP's visual and automated data-exploration tools Consolidate data from multiple sources with Query Builder for tables Deal with common issues and repairs that include the following tasks: reshaping tables (stack/unstack) managing missing data with techniques such as imputation and Principal Components Analysis cleaning and correcting dirty data computing new variables transforming variables for modelling reconciling time and date Subset and filter your data Save data tables for exchange with other platforms

Jumpstarting JavaScript: Build a Twitter Bot and LED Alert System Using Node.js and Raspberry Pi

Jumpstarting books provide an avenue for makers to quickly master topical knowledge! Each book starts with instructions on how to install or initialize the hardware or software needed to reach the "Hello, World" stage of getting started! The second project in the book builds on the first to use more of the hardware or software's capabilities. Later projects expand the user's knowledge into lesser-known aspects of the topic. All Jumpstarting projects are for Makers -- they provide hands-on, real-world experience in making the hardware or software do what you want it to do!

Progressive Web Apps
Progressive Web Apps Sented by Musa

Progressive Web Apps teaches you PWA design and the skills you need to build fast, reliable websites by taking you step-by-step through real world examples in this practical tutorial. Foreword by Addy Osmani, Google. Purchase of the print book includes a free eBook in PDF, Kindle, and ePub formats from Manning Publications. About the Technology Offline websites that work. Near-instant load times. Smooth transitions between high/low/no bandwidth. Fantasy, right? Not with progressive web applications. PWAs use modern browser features like push notifications, smart caching, and Service Workers to manage data, minimize server usage, and allow for unstable connections, giving you better control and happier customers. Better still, all you need to build PWAs are JavaScript, HTML, and the easy-to-master techniques you'll find in this book. About the Book Progressive Web Apps teaches you PWA design and the skills you need to build fast, reliable websites. There are lots of ways you can use PWA techniques, and this practical tutorial presents interesting, standalone examples so you can jump to the parts that interest you most. You'll discover how Web Service Workers vastly improve site loading, how to effectively use push notifications, and how to create sites with a no-compromise offline mode. What's Inside Improved caching with Service WorkersUsing manifest files and HTML markupPush notificationsOffline-first web designsTechniques for data synchronization About the Reader Written for readers with experience developing websites using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

Splunk 7 Essentials - Third Edition: Demystify machine data by leveraging datasets, building reports, and sharing powerful insights

Splunk is a search, reporting, and analytics software platform for machine data, which has an ever-growing market adoption rate. More organizations than ever are adopting Splunk to make informed decisions in areas such as IT operations, information security, and the Internet of Things. The first two chapters of the book will get you started with a simple Splunk installation and set up of a sample machine data generator, called Eventgen. After this, you will learn to create various reports, dashboards, and alerts. You will also explore Splunk's Pivot functionality to model data for business users. You will then have the opportunity to test-drive Splunk's powerful HTTP Event Collector. After covering the core Splunk functionality, you'll be provided with some real-world best practices for using Splunk, and information on how to build upon what you've learned in this book. Throughout the book, there will be additional comments and best practice recommendations from a member of the SplunkTrust Community, called "Tips from the Fez".

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