Learning Hypertext Markup Language—most commonly known by its acronym,
HTML—is like learning any new language, computer or human. Most students first
immerse themselves in examples. Think how adept you’d become if Mom, Dad,
your brothers and sisters all spoke fluent HTML. Studying others is a natural way
to learn, making learning easy and fun. Our advice to anyone wanting to learn
HTML is to get out there on the World Wide Web with a suitable browser and see
for yourself what looks good, what’s effective, what works for you.
Learning Hypertext Markup Language - most commonly known by its acronym, HTML - is like
learning any new language, computer or human. Most students first immerse themselves in examples.
Think how adept you'd become if Mom, Dad, your brothers and sisters all spoke fluent HTML.
Studying others is a natural way to learn, making learning easy and fun. Our advice to anyone wanting
to learn HTML is to get out there on the World Wide Web with a suitable browser and see for
yourself what looks good, what's effective, what works for you.
The Definitive Guide to HTML5 provides the breadth of information you'll need to start creating the next generation of HTML5 websites. It covers all the base knowledge required for standards-compliant, semantic, modern website creation. It also covers the full HTML5 ecosystem and the associated APIs that complement the core HTML5 language.
Are you fascinated by the look and design of Web pages? Do you wish that you had the knowledge and skills to create a great looking Web site? Whether you’re an up-and-coming Web designer or just an enthusiastic hobbyist, you are probably using HTML, the standard authoring language for the Internet. HTML 4 For Dummies, now in its 5th edition, will show you the basics of working with this language as well as advanced skills for all-around knowledge.
JavaFX 2.0: Introduction by Exampleprovides a quick start to programming the JavaFX 2.0 platform. JavaFX 2.0 provides a rich set of APIs for use in creating graphically exciting client applications written solely in Java. You get a large set of customizable components that can be skinned using CSS techniques that you already know from doing web development. The platform even includes a web rendering engine enabling you to mix HTML content into your applications.
Before we dive in and start building applications for the iPhone, I’d like to quickly
establish the playing field. In this chapter, I’ll define key terms, compare the pros and
cons of the two most common development approaches, and present a crash course in
the three core web technologies that are used in this book.
jQuery Mobile makes it easy for developers to add "native" mobile functionality to their sites and applications, delivering seamless experiences to customers using diverse mobile devices, all from a single code base. In this book, leading mobile expert Phil Dutson helps readers master the latest version of jQuery Mobile, even if they have no previous experience. In just 24 lessons of one hour or less, Dutson guides readers through every step of creating and customizing a mobile website with jQuery Mobile...
With this book, you can build exciting, scalable web applications quickly and confidently, using Google App Engine — even if you have little or no experience in programming or web development. App Engine is one of the most exciting web technologies to appear in the last year, providing a simple, easy-to-use application framework with basic web tools. While Google’s own tutorial assumes significant development experience, Using Google App Engine is for anyone who wants to get started with this platform....
This is where a ticketing system comes in. A ticketing system allows you to check the status of various tasks: when they were requested, who requested them and why, when they were completed, and more. RT is a high-level, open source ticketing system efficiently enabling a group of people to manage tasks, issues, and requests submitted by a community of users.
RT Essentials, co-written by one of the RT's original core developers, Jesse Vincent, starts off with a quick background lesson about ticketing systems and then shows you how to install and configure RT.
To get the most out of this book, please take the time to read these next few pages. I'll discuss how the
book came into being, who the intended audience is, and what you can expect to learn. By reviewing
these items, you'll know quickly when your expectations will be met and which portions of the book may
be useful as a quick reference if you need to dive into a specific segment first before starting with
Chapter 1. This book was born out of the frustration of reading other texts on HTML and Web design and being told
repeatedly that one had to perform...
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).