This is the website for the book API Design for C++ written by Martin Reddy and published by Elsevier/Morgan Kaufmann. The book shows you how to write robust and elegant Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) with a focus on the C++ programming language.
After reading Eric Evans ’ book Domain - Driven Design, Tackling Complexity in the Heart of Software , my way
of designing software systems completely changed. Before that, I used to design software object models
in a very data - centric way, and I did not really focus on how to combine behavior and data in objects.
I was so inspired with this new way of thinking that I started trying to find any code samples I could get
my hands on that demonstrated the concepts from Eric ’ s awesome book. I did the usual Googling...
If you're new to C#, this popular book is the ideal way to get started. Completely revised for the latest version of the language, Learning C# 3.0 starts with the fundamentals and takes you through intermediate and advanced C# features -- including generics, interfaces, delegates, lambda expressions, and LINQ. You'll also learn how to build Windows applications and handle data with C#.
Evolution of Computer-Aided Digital Design Digital circuit design has evolved rapidly over the last 25 years. The earliest digital circuits were designed with vacuum tubes and transistors. Integrated circuits were then invented where logic gates were placed on a single chipof
Embedded software is in almost every electronic device designed today. Yet because each embedded system is unique and highly customized to its application, it can be a difficult field to master. However, if you have some programming experience and are familiar with C or C++, you're ready to learn how to write embedded software. The hands-on, no-nonsense style of this book will help you get started by offering practical advice from someone who's been in your shoes and wants to help you learn quickly.
There are many different technologies available today for developing complex web sites and web applications,
and with so many to choose from, it’s great that there’s one technology in particular that stands
out from the crowd and is such a joy to use. ASP.NET 2.0 is a fantastic technology that enables you to
develop web sites and applications with very little hassle. Developing web applications was never this
easy, yet even though it may appear simple, there is real power and depth to this technology that enables
it to host even the most complex applications available today....
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"Readers can pick up this book and become familiar with C++ in a short time. Stan has taken a very broad and complicated topic and reduced it to the essentials that budding C++ programmers need to know to write real programs. His case study is effective and provides a familiar thread throughout the book." -Steve Vinoski, IONA For the practicing programmer with little time to spare, Essential C++ offers a fast-track to learning and working with C++ on the job. This book is specifically...
The C# community is very different in 2010 than it was in 2004 when the
first edition of Effective C# was published. There are many more developers
using C#. A large contingent of the C# community is now seeing C# as
their first professional language. They aren’t approaching C# with a set of
ingrained habits formed using a different language. The community has a
much broader range of experience. New graduates all the way to professionals
with decades of experience are using C#.
[ Team LiB ] 1.2 Emergence of HDLs For a long time, programming languages such as FORTRAN, Pascal, and C were being used to describe computer programs that were sequential in nature. Similarly, in the digital design field, designers felt the need for a standard language
Microsoft Visual Basic developers have long clamored for complete objectoriented language support. Microsoft Visual Basic .NET supports all the features of an objectoriented language. In addition, the entire Microsoft .NET Framework, which includes the development support for Microsoft Windows applications, Web applications, Web services, graphics, and data access, is designed according to object-oriented principles.
Developers who have a firm grasp of object-oriented principles will be the strongest .NET
Hello, and welcome to Developing Intranet Applications with Java. I hope you enjoy this book as much as
I enjoyed writing it. This is a book that represents a lot of work in the area of Java application programming
and design. It is designed to hold your hand while you journey through the hills and valleys of Java
application programming. You needn't be creating Intranet applications specifically to use this book. It
does, however, focus on corporate and Intranet application development. More importantly, its focus is Java application programming.
When you’re faced with a problem to solve (and frankly, who isn’t these days?), the
basic strategy usually taken by we computer people is called “divide and conquer.” It goes like this:Reducing complex problems down to the level of twiddling the states of a few billion
bits is what we do all day. But “divide and conquer” is not the only possible
strategy. We can also take a more generalist approach:
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as trademarks. Where those designations appear in this book, and the publisher was aware of a trademark
claim, the designations have been printed with initial capital letters or in all capitals.
The author and publisher have taken care in the preparation of this book, but make no expressed or
implied warranty of any kind and assume no responsibility for errors or omissions.
This excerpt encapsulates the Summary of Contents, Information
about the Author and SitePoint, Table of Contents, Preface, four
chapters of the book, and a portion of Appendix C: CSS Property
Although this book is about ASP.NET, you can’t fully appreciate this new technology
unless you understand how Web development has evolved over the last few years. In
this first chapter, I’ll provide you with a brief history of the various ways in which Web
applications have traditionally been developed. I’ll start with HTML and then go quickly
through the Common Gateway Interface (CGI), the Internet Server Application
Programming Interface (ISAPI), and Active Server Pages (ASP).
As mentioned, C# and the .NET platform were first introduced to the world in 2002 and were intended to
offer a much more powerful, more flexible, and simpler programming model than COM. As you will see
during the remainder of this book, the .NET Framework is a software platform for building systems on
the Windows family of operating systems, as well as on numerous non-Microsoft operating systems such
as Mac OS X and various Unix/Linux distributions. To set the stage, here is a quick rundown of some
core features provided courtesy of .NET...
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This guide to Web programming teaches you how to extend the
capabilities of the Apache Web server. It explains the design of
Apache, mod_perl, and the Apache API, then demonstrates how
to use them to rewrite CGI scripts, filter HTML documents on
the server-side, enhance server log functionality, convert file
formats on the fly, and more.
This book will explain the Object Oriented approach to programming and through the use of small exercises, for which feedback is provided, develop some practical skills as well.
At the end of the book one larger case study will be used to illustrate the application of the techniques. This will culminate in the development of a complete C# program which can be downloaded with this book.
Topics covered include: Abstraction, Inheritance, Polymorphism, Object Oriented Software Analysis and Design, The Unified Modelling Language (UML), Agile Programming and Test Driven Development...