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Storm Real-Time Processing Cookbook - PDF Free Download - Fox eBook

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Storm Real-Time Processing Cookbook PDF Free Download, Reviews, Read Online, ISBN: 1782164421, By Quinton Anderson

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Chapter 1: Setting Up Your Development Environment
Chapter 2: Log Stream Processing
Chapter 3: Calculating Term Importance with Trident
Chapter 4: Distributed Remote Procedure Calls
Chapter 5: Polyglot Topology
Chapter 6: Integrating Storm and Hadoop
Chapter 7: Real-time Machine Learning
Chapter 8: Continuous Delivery
Chapter 9: Storm on AWS

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Code Bright is the spiritual successor to Code Happy. Theframework has grown a lot in the past year, and has changed enough to merit a new title. With Code Bright I hope to improve on Code Happy with every way, my goal is, to once again, build the most comprehensive learning experience for the framework. Oh, and to still be funny. That’s very important to me.

Laravel Code Bright will contain a complete learning experience for all of the framework’s features. The style of writing will make it approachable for beginners, and a wonderful reference resource for experienced developers alike.

You see, people have told me that they enjoyed reading Code Happy, not only for its educational content, but for its humour, and for my down to earth writing style. This is very important to me. I like to write my books as if we were having a conversation in a bar.

When I wrote Code Happy last year, I was simply a framework enthusiast. One of the first to shareinformation about the framework. However, since then I have become a committed member of the core development team. Working directly with the framework author to make Laravel a wonderful experience for the developers of the world.

One other important feature of both books, is that they are published while in progress. This means that the book is available in an incomplete state, but will grow over time into a complete title. All future updates will be provided for free.

What this means is that I don’t have to worry about deadlines, or a fixed point of completion. It leads to less stress and better writing. If I think of a better way to explain something, I can go back and change it. In a sense, the book will never be completed. I can constantly add more information to it, until it becomes the perfect resource.

Given that this time I am using the majority of my spare time to write the title (yes, I have a full time job too!), I have raised the price a little to justify my invested time. I was told by many of my past readers that they found the previous title very cheap for the resource that it grew into, so if you are worried about the new price, then let me remind you what you will get for your 29 bucks.

The successor to Code Happy, seen by many as the #1 learning resource for the Laravel PHPframework.An unending source of information, chapters will be constantly added as needed until the book becomes agiant vault of framework knowledge.Comedy, and a little cheesy, but very friendly writing.Free updates for life! This includes all of the updates made to keep the book compatible with version 4.x of the framework. You will receive an email whenever an addition has been made to the title.Early information from a Laravel core developer.Support my future writing. I’d love to write more, and have some more books in mind for the future! Including some topics other than Laravel.My full attention. Find something you don’t like about the book? Let me know, and I’ll see if I can improve it!A photo of a red panda on the cover. Seriously, they are cute right?Table of Contents

1 The Primers
2 Architecture
3 Getting Started
4 Basic Routing
5 Responses
6 Filters
7 Controllers
8 Blade
9 Advanced Routing
10 URL Generation
11 Request Data
12 Forms
13 Validation
14 Databases
15 Schema Builder
16 Migrations
17 Eloquent ORM
18 Eloquent Queries
19 Eloquent Collections

 

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HTML5 and CSS3 All-in-One For Dummies, 3rd Edition - PDF Free Download - Fox eBook

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HTML5 and CSS3 All-in-One For Dummies, 3rd Edition PDF Free Download, Reviews, Read Online, ISBN: 1118289382, By Andy Harris

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Part I: Creating the HTML Foundation
Chapter 1: Sound HTML Foundations
Chapter 2: It’s All About Validation
Chapter 3: Choosing Your Tools
Chapter 4: Managing Information with Lists and Tables
Chapter 5: Making Connections with Links
Chapter 6: Adding Images, Sound, and Video
Chapter 7: Creating Forms

Part II: Styling with CSS
Chapter 1: Coloring Your World
Chapter 2: Styling Text
Chapter 3: Selectors: Coding with Class and Style
Chapter 4: Borders and Backgrounds
Chapter 5: Levels of CSS
Chapter 6: CSS Special Effects

Part III: Building Layouts with CSS
Chapter 1: Fun with the Fabulous Float
Chapter 2: Building Floating Page Layouts
Chapter 3: Styling Lists and Menus
Chapter 4: Using Alternative Positioning

Part IV: Client-Side Programming with JavaScript
Chapter 1: Getting Started with JavaScript
Chapter 2: Talking to the Page
Chapter 3: Decisions and Debugging
Chapter 4: Functions, Arrays, and Objects
Chapter 5: Getting Valid Input
Chapter 6: Drawing on the Canvas
Chapter 7: Animation with the Canvas

Part V: Server-Side Programming with PHP
Chapter 1: Getting Started on the Server
Chapter 2: PHP and HTML Forms
Chapter 3: Using Control Structures
Chapter 4: Working with Arrays
Chapter 5: Using Functions and Session Variables
Chapter 6: Working with Files and Directories
Chapter 7: Exceptions and Objects

Part VI: Managing Data with MySQL
Chapter 1: Getting Started with Data
Chapter 2: Managing Data with MySQL
Chapter 3: Normalizing Your Data
Chapter 4: Putting Data Together with Joins
Chapter 5: Connecting PHP to a MySQL Database

Part VII: Integrating the Client and Server with AJAX
Chapter 1: AJAX Essentials
Chapter 2: Improving JavaScript and AJAX with jQuery
Chapter 3: Animating jQuery
Chapter 4: Using the jQuery User Interface Toolkit
Chapter 5: Improving Usability with jQuery
Chapter 6: Working with AJAX Data
Chapter 7: Going Mobile

Part VIII: Moving from Pages to Sites
Chapter 1: Managing Your Servers
Chapter 2: Planning Your Sites
Chapter 3: Introducing Content Management Systems
Chapter 4: Editing Graphics
Chapter 5: Taking Control of Content