Programming Social Apps focuses on the OpenSocial platform, along with Apache Shindig, OAuth, OpenID, and other tools, demonstrating how they work together to help you solve practical issues. Each chapter uncovers a new layer in the construction of highly viral social applications and platforms.
PEAR is the PHP Extension and Application Repository, and is a framework and
distribution system for reusable, high-quality PHP components, available in the form
of "packages". The home of PEAR is pear.php.net, from where you can download
and browse this extensive range of powerful packages. For most things that you
would want to use in your day-to-day development work, you will likely find a
PEAR class or package that meets your needs.
We software architects and developers live in a fascinating time. With the release of the .NET
Framework in 2000, Web services technology has swept into our programming toolset and
into our collective consciousness. Web services are the killer application for XML. Web services
are the “new way” to call distributed objects remotely. Web services will take all of our integration
headaches away and allow formerly incompatible systems to communicate again. What
Microsoft developer has not recently thought to himself, “should I be building my application
with Web services?”...
Introduction to Application Deployment
Introduce common concepts, such as the Microsoft .NET Framework
hierarchy of namespaces, the organization of assemblies, and the role of the
assembly manifest. Describe simple and componentized applications, and
their configuration and distribution scenarios.
When combined with an Objective-C framework, web standards can be used to format and style content for iOS, using native controls and behaviors for an authentic Apple user experience.
The Web Designer’s Guide to iOS Apps shows how to create apps using NimbleKit, the Objective-C framework featured on the Apple Development Tools web site. With it you’ll learn how to: ...
Java is a success. It is now used across the programming landscape, from embedded devices to enterprise-class distributed systems. As Java's use increases, the pressure grows for it to expand to meet the diverse needs of the developer communities. The latest edition of Java, JDK 1.4 (or J2SE 1.4), includes new features like a new I/O system, a persistent preferences framework, Java Web Start, and Java regular expressions.
The first community scheduled for fiber
installation was Soldiers Grove. One of the key
decisions that RGTC needed to make early in the
planning stages of this initial project was selecting
the access terminals that would provide a flexible
and secure interface for the fiber network. As a
key component in the distribution framework, it
was critical that these access terminals support
fast and easy installation and enable simple, lowcost
upgrades and expansions as needed.