Thinking in HTML


Web Development

Thinking in HTML by Aravind Shenoy
Learning TensorFlow with JavaScript
Fullstack Vue: The Complete Guide to Vue.js by Ari Lerner, Nate Murray, Hassan Djirdeh
Fullstack React Native: The Complete Guide to React Native, 5th Edition by Anthony Accomazzo, Devin Abbott, Houssein Djirdeh, Sophia Shoemaker
Carlos Perez Sanchez, Pablo Solar Vilariño, “PHP Microservices”

Thinking in HTML by Aravind Shenoy

English | PDF | 2014 | 43 Pages | ASIN : B00NN8H4FU | 0.9 MB

You will gain an intermediate knowledge of HTML after reading this book. Instead of wandering through loads of theory, we will understand HTML practically so that we can semantically define the markup and structure of a webpage. We have used Notepad for the examples in this book. Alternatively, you can also use Notepad++ or any advanced editor. All you need to do is copy the code and paste it into Notepad. Upon execution, you will get the output as depicted in the screenshots. Screenshots are provided for each sample code.
Coding improves with practice. The examples in this book are compatible with almost every modern browser such as Mozilla Firefox, Opera or Google Chrome to name a few. Instead of using the verbatim code, you can modify the code and see the change in the output, thereby understanding the subtle nuances of HTML. By the end of the book, with practice, you can achieve better things as you get to grips with HTML.

Learning TensorFlow with JavaScript

MP4 | Video: AVC 1280×720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 1 Hour | 162 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
JavaScript developers can use the TensorFlow framework to create a machine learning (ML) project. This course introduces you to ML basics, and demonstrates how to set up and use TensorFlow to train a model and generate live results. Emmanuel Henri shows how to create a new project; how to work with different tensor types, variables, models, and layers; how to import a project and explore datasets; how TensorFlow executes model training; how to convert a saved model for the web; and more.

Fullstack Vue: The Complete Guide to Vue.js by Ari Lerner, Nate Murray, Hassan Djirdeh

English | April 1st, 2018 | ISBN: 1987595297 | 439 Pages | True PDF + Code Files | 22.21 MB

Ready to Master Vue.js?
What if you could master the entire framework – with solid foundations – in less time without beating your head against a wall? Imagine how quickly you could work if you knew the best practices and the best tools?
Stop wasting your time searching and have everything you need to be productive in one, well-organized place, with complete examples to get your project up without needing to resort to endless hours of research.
Lots of Sample Apps and Code
You will learn what you need to know to work professionally with Fullstack Vue: The Complete Guide to Vue.js
You’ll build:
• A Server-Persisted Shopping Cart: Use the Flux-like library Vuex to manage data for a large shopping cart application that persists information on to a local server.
• A Calendar Event App: Dive deeper into component based architecture by learning how simple state management works with Vue Single-file components.
• A Voting Application: Learn how to render dynamic components and use standard Vue directives to build an interactive voting application.
• Forms with Validations: Build powerful forms that accept user input, and give clear messaging when the input is of an invalid format.
• Vuex-based Routes and Authentication: Build on top of the server persisted shopping cart app by creating dynamic routes and a token authentication flow with the official vue-router library.
• Build bullet-proof apps with Testing: Use Vue’s official test utility library, vue-test-utils, to create meaningful tests for a daily weather app that interacts with a third party API.

Fullstack React Native: The Complete Guide to React Native, 5th Edition by Anthony Accomazzo, Devin Abbott, Houssein Djirdeh, Sophia Shoemaker

English | 2017 | 552 Pages | True PDF + Code Files | 57.75 MB

What if you could master the entire framework in less time, with solid foundations, without beating your head against the wall? Imagine how quickly you can get all of your work done with the right tools and best practices.
Seriously, let’s stop wasting time scouring Google, searching through incorrect, out-of-date, blog posts and get everything you need to be productive in one, well-organized place, complete with both simple and complex examples to get your app up and running.
You’ll learn what you need to know to work professionally and build solid, well-tested, optimized apps with ReactJS. This book is your definitive guide.
Stop wasting your time learning React with incomplete and confusing tutorials.
• There are so many incorrect, confusing, and out-of-date blog articles
• One tutorial says one thing and another says something completely different.
• There are too many options
• There are fifty different boilerplates and a dozen different Flux implementations. Which one is best?

Carlos Perez Sanchez, Pablo Solar Vilariño, “PHP Microservices”

ISBN: 1787125378 | 2017 | EPUB | 392 pages | 8 MB

The world is moving away from bulky, unreliable, and high-maintenance PHP applications, to small, easy-to-maintain and highly available microservices and the pressing need is for PHP developers to understand the criticalities in building effective microservices that scale at large. This book will be a reliable resource, and one that will help you to develop your skills and teach you techniques for building reliable microservices in PHP.
The book begins with an introduction to the world of microservices, and quickly shows you how to set up a development environment and build a basic platform using Docker and Vagrant. You will then get into the different design aspects to be considered while building microservices in your favorite framework and you will explore topics such as testing, securing, and deploying microservices. You will also understand how to migrate a monolithic application to the microservice architecture while keeping scalability and best practices in mind. Furthermore you will get into a few important DevOps techniques that will help you progress on to more complex domains such as native cloud development, as well as some interesting design patterns.
By the end of this book you will be able to develop applications based on microservices in an organized and efficient way. You will also gain the knowledge to transform any monolithic applications into microservices.


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