JBoss Tools 3 Developers Guide

Posted on, 23rd July, 2016 by admin

Since these technologies covered are different from each other, they are covered in separate chapters that are not interdependent therefore you can learn to use whichever tool you want, without exploring the previous chapters. This approach sustains the learning per example paradigm and helps you to use the book as a quick guide for your favorite technologies. This book is recommended for Java developers who use at least one of the covered technologies (JSF, Struts, Hibernate, Seam, and so on). It is for all Java developers who are looking for a powerful, unitary tool, especially designed to increase the speed of development and quality of Java web applications. No matter how much (or how little) experience they have, developers of all levels will benefit as their use of JBoss Tools is directly proportional to the complexity of their application. Since JBoss Tools covers all levels of experience, you can use it at your own level for your own applications, without involving unnecessary features. All you need is to be familiar with the Eclipse environment and Java core, and to have some expertise in the technology for which you want to use the JBoss Tools. Basic expertise for each technology is provided in the book, but for more complete and detailed aspects you should read dedicated specifications, tutorials, and articles.Download Now..

Web Design For Beginners 7th Edition

Posted on, 30th April, 2016 by admin

Web Design For Beginners 7th Edition by Other The book is related to genre of web-design format of book is PDF and size of books is 104.7 MB available for free download. Free download Web Design For Beginners 7th Edition by Other in PDF formatDownload Now..

Typo3 [French]

Posted on, 12th April, 2016 by admin

Outil Open Source et gratuit, TYP03 fait partie comme SPIP de la famille des CMS (Content Management Systems) bass sur le langage PHP. Plus riche fonctionnellement, mais aussi plus complexe que SPIP, TYP03 est idal pour le dveloppement de sites Web ou d'intranets orients publication de contenu et partage d'informations. Il connat un succs croissant auprs des administrations, des collectivits locales, des portails d'information ou de presse en ligne, et des entreprises cherchant mettre en place un intranet de travail collaboratif ou de gestion documentaire. Ecrit par trois des membres du projet TYP03, cet ouvrage de rfrence riche en conseils mthodologiques et en exemples pratiques est dcoup en quatre parties : Introduction TYP03 et installation du produit sous Windows et Linux TYP03 pour les rdacteurs et diteurs de contenu, qui dcouvriront comment insrer et formater des textes et des images, crer des bulletins d'information, des forums de discussion, des agendas d'vnements et autres animations ditoriales TYP03 pour les administrateurs, qui apprendront grer les droits d'accs des utilisateurs, dfinir les rgles de travail collaboratif, analyser la frquentation du site et en optimiser les performances TYP03 pour les dveloppeurs, qui dcouvriront comment personnaliser un site en crant de nouveaux gabarits et en dveloppant des fonctionnalits indites grce au systme d'extensions de TYP03.Download Now..

Designing for User Engagement on the Web: 10 Basic Principles is concerned with making user experience engaging. The cascade of social web applications we are now familiar with blogs, consumer reviews, wikis, and social networking are all engaging experiences. But engagement is an increasingly common goal in business and productivity environments as well. This book provides a foundation for all those seeking to design engaging user experiences rich in communication and interaction. Combining a handbook on basic principles with case studies, it provides readers with a rich understanding of engagement: extending a welcome, setting the context, making a connection, sharing control, supporting interaction, creating a sense of place, and planning to continue the engagement. Based on research funded by the Society for Technical Communication, the case studies illustrate how designers build community in order to support education, connect kids to community resources, introduce users to other cultures, foster collaboration, encourage activism, and much more. Whatever your motive, if you aim to create engaging user experiences, you will want to explore Designing for User Engagement on the Web.Download Now..

Adobe Dreamweaver CS4 on Demand

Posted on, 12th April, 2016 by admin

What you need, when you need it! Need answers quickly? Adobe Dreamweaver CS4 on Demand provides those answers in a visual step-by-step format. We will show you exactly what to do through lots of full color illustrations and easy-to-follow instructions. Inside the Book Improve productivity with the CS4 interface and templates Understand and use the latest web technologies to create sites Choose the right site structure and layout for sites Create and use web page templates to quickly create pages Use Live view to design your web pages under real-world conditions Create and maintain Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) Use coding tools to develop consistent and reusable code Insert Adobe Photoshop files to create image Smart Objects Manage collaboration with multiple developers Use Subversion to manage different site versions Manage local, remote, and testing sites Transfer, synchronize, and validate sitesDownload Now..

What if your image could only communicate one thing: one major idea, overarching theme, or driving emotion? If you identified this, you’d discover your vision for that image—the internal, invisible guiding principle that directs both how you capture the image and how you develop it in the digital darkroom. Without vision, you likely find yourself flailing both behind the camera and in front of the computer—indiscriminately shooting and arbitrarily moving sliders in hopes of stumbling upon something great every once in a while. With vision, you bring direction and intention to both the creation and development of all your images. Vision & Voice: Refining Your Vision in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom is about identifying your vision and using Lightroom’s Develop module to give voice—that outward expression—to your vision. Photographer David duChemin begins with the fundamentals of a vision-driven workflow, where he discusses everything from vision and style, to the importance of mood and color, to the crucial role of histograms and of getting the best possible digital negative to work with. After demonstrating how the Develop module’s tools affect the aesthetics of your image, duChemin then offers a straightforward approach to developing your images in accordance with your own personal vision: identify your intention, minimize the distractions, maximize the mood, and draw the viewer’s eye—all while leaving room for play and serendipity. Finally, duChemin applies this approach to 20 of his photographs as he takes you into his own digital darkroom and, beginning with the original RAW file, works step by step through the development of the final image.Download Now..

Real critique has become a lost skill among collaborative teams today. Critique is intended to help teams strengthen their designs, products, and services, rather than be used to assert authority or push agendas under the guise of "feedback." In this practical guide, authors Adam Connor and Aaron Irizarry teach you techniques, tools, and a framework for helping members of your design team give and receive critique. Using firsthand stories and lessons from prominent figures in the design community, this book examines the good, the bad, and the ugly of feedback. You’ll come away with tips, actionable insights, activities, and a cheat sheet for practicing critique as a part of your collaborative process. This book covers: Best practices (and anti-patterns) for giving and receiving critique Cultural aspects that influence your ability to critique constructively When, how much, and how often to use critique in the creative process Facilitation techniques for making critiques timely and more effective Strategies for dealing with difficult people and challenging situationsDownload Now..

The standards for usability and interaction design for Web sites and software are well known. While not everyone uses those standards, or uses them correctly, there is a large body of knowledge, best practice, and proven results in those fields, and a good education system for teaching professionals "how to." For the newer field of Web application design, however, designers are forced to reuse the old rules on a new platform. This book provides a roadmap that will allow readers to put complete working applications on the Web, display the results of a process that is running elsewhere, and update a database on a remote server using an Internet rather than a network connection. Web Application Design Handbook describes the essential widgets and development tools that will the lead to the right design solutions for your Web application. Written by designers who have made significant contributions to Web-based application design, it delivers a thorough treatment of the subject for many different kinds of applications, and provides quick reference for designers looking for some fast design solutions and opportunities to enhance the Web application experience. This book adds flavor to the standard Web design genre by juxtaposing Web design with programming for the Web and covers design solutions and concepts, such as intelligent generalization, to help software teams successfully switch from one interface to another. * The first interaction design book that focuses exclusively on Web applications. * Full-color figures throughout the book. * Serves as a "cheat sheet" or "fake book" for designers: a handy reference for standards, rules of thumb, and tricks of the trade. * Applicable to new Web-based applications and for porting existing desktop applications to Web browsers. Download Now..

Responding to cultural demands for meaning, user-friendliness, and fun as well as the opportunities of the emerging information society, The Semantic Turn boldly outlines a new science for design that gives designers previously unavailable grounds on which to state their claims and validate their designs. It sets the stage by reviewing the history of semantic concerns in design, presenting their philosophical roots, examining the new social and technological challenges that professional designers are facing, and offering distinctions among contemporary artifacts that challenge designers. Written by Klaus Krippendorff, recognized designer and distinguished scholar of communication and language use, the book builds an epistemological bridge between language/communication theory and human-centered conceptions of contemporary artifacts. Clarifying how the semantic turn goes beyond product semantics and differs from other approaches to meaning, Krippendorff develops four new theories of how artifacts make sense and presents a series of meaning-sensitive design methods, illustrated by examples, and evaluative techniques that radically depart from the functionalist and technology-centered tradition in design. An indispensable guide for the future of the design profession, this book outlines not only a science for design that encourages asking and answering new kinds of questions, it also provides concepts and a vocabulary that enables designers to better partner with the more traditional disciplines of engineering, ergonomics, ecology, cognitive science, information technology, management, and marketing. Download Now..

Digital Video Concepts, Methods, and Metrics: Quality, Compression, Performance, and Power Trade-off Analysis is a concise reference for professionals in a wide range of applications and vocations. It focuses on giving the reader mastery over the concepts, methods and metrics of digital video coding, so that readers have sufficient understanding to choose and tune coding parameters for optimum results that would suit their particular needs for quality, compression, speed and power. The practical aspects are many: Uploading video to the Internet is only the beginning of a trend where a consumer controls video quality and speed by trading off various other factors. Open source and proprietary applications such as video e-mail, private party content generation, editing and archiving, and cloud asset management would give further control to the end-user. Digital video is frequently compressed and coded for easier storage and transmission. This process involves visual quality loss due to typical data compression techniques and requires use of high performance computing systems. A careful balance between the amount of compression, the visual quality loss and the coding speed is necessary to keep the total system cost down, while delivering a good user experience for various video applications. At the same time, power consumption optimizations are also essential to get the job done on inexpensive consumer platforms. Trade-offs can be made among these factors, and relevant considerations are particularly important in resource-constrained low power devices. To better understand the trade-offs this book discusses a comprehensive set of engineering principles, strategies, methods and metrics. It also exposes readers to approaches on how to differentiate and rank video coding solutions. What you’ll learn Cost-benefit analysis of compression techniques Video quality metrics evaluation Performance and power optimization and measurement Trade-off analysis among power, performance, and visual quality Emerging uses and applications of video technologies Who this book is for This book is for anyone involved in designing, developing, validating, deploying, and reviewing systems and applications that deal with digital video. For example, software and hardware engineers, system architects, technical program and product managers, support and sales engineers, system integrators, technology journalists and video professionals working in the multimedia and telecommunication industries, researchers and graduate students, or even a tech-savvy user who posts a YouTube video would find this book a useful reference. Download Now..

Designers, developers, and entrepreneurs today must grapple with creating social interfaces to foster user interaction and community, but grasping the nuances and the building blocks of the digital social experience is much harder than it appears. Now you have help. In the second edition of this practical guide, UX design experts Christian Crumlish and Erin Malone share hard-won insights into what works, what doesn’t, and why. With more than 100 patterns, design principles, and best practices, you’ll learn how to balance opposing forces and grow healthy online communities by co-creating the experience with your users. Understand the overarching principles before applying tactical design patterns Cultivate healthy participation and rein in misbehaving users Learn patterns for adding social components to an existing site Encourage users to interact with one another, whether it’s one-to-one or many-to-many Use a rating system to build a social experience around products or services Orchestrate collaborative groups and discover the real power of social networks Explore numerous examples of each pattern, with an emphasis on mobile apps Learn how to apply social design patterns to enterprise environmentsDownload Now..

The Web Design Book Volume 5

Posted on, 12th April, 2016 by admin

In this book we aim to take you through a plethora of different ways to make your website cutting edge and brief you on the new standard of javascript. You will find all the tutorial files you need over on FileSilo along with over 10 hours of video tutorials. Design like a pro, Code like an expert - Get insight from the experts on how to improve your outputs HTML & CSS - Power up your CSS preprocessors jQuery & javascript - Learn the new standard of javascript Mobile Apps - Take a step into the mobile revolutionDownload Now..

A systematic program design method can help developers ensure the correctness and performance of programs while minimizing the development cost. This book describes a method that starts with a clear specification of a computation and derives an efficient implementation by step-wise program analysis and transformations. The method applies to problems specified in imperative, database, functional, logic, and object-oriented programming languages with different data, control, and module abstractions. Designed for courses or self-study, this book includes numerous exercises and examples that require minimal computer science background, making it accessible to novices. Experienced practitioners and researchers will appreciate the detailed examples in a wide range of application areas including hardware design, image processing, access control, query optimization, and program analysis. The last section of the book points out directions for future studies.Download Now..

Css3 : Pratique du design web [French]

Posted on, 12th April, 2016 by admin

Vingt ans apres sa conception, le langage CSS n'en est plus a ses balbutiements et n'est plus optionnel en ce qui concerne la conception web moderne. Sans le moindre concurrent en vue, CSS a encore de belles annees devant lui. Et pour cause, il est toujours en perpetuelle evolution ! Ce livre n'a pas pour pretention d'etre le guide ultime de l'integrateur dans la mesure ou il ne reprend pas les bases. Il offre simplement une mise a niveau en levant le voile sur tous les modules CSS, afin d'offrir des aujourd'hui les connaissances necessaires a la realisation de sites et d'applications web. En effet, les enjeux comme les objectifs ne sont plus les memes qu'il y a quelques annees, aussi est-il important que les integrateurs, designers et developpeurs s'arment face aux nouvelles problematiques que sont le Responsive Web Design, le retrecissement de l'ecart entre le Web et le natif, et la course a la performance. Qu'il s'agisse de mise en page avec Flexbox ou Grid Layout, d'embellissement des interfaces, d'elaboration d'animations ou meme de design fluide avec les Media Queries, vous devriez etre capable de maitriser tous ces sujets au sortir de votre lecture. Au-dela de l'aspect purement didactique de l'ouvrage, vous trouverez un grand nombre d'exemples et de mises en pratique, ainsi que tout ce que vous devez savoir vis-a-vis du support des fonctionnalites par les navigateurs. Pour finir, vous decouvrirez dans les annexes la liste des valeurs par defaut des proprietes CSS, celle des proprietes que l'on peut animer et une bibliographie pour aller plus loin.Download Now..

Mobile Web Design (For Dummies)

Posted on, 12th April, 2016 by admin

The perfect place to learn how to design Web sites for mobile devices! With the popularity of Internet access via cell phones and other mobile devices, Web designers now have to consider as many as eight operating systems, several browsers, and a slew of new devices as they plan a new site, a new interface, or a new sub-site. This easy-to-follow friendly book guides you through this brave new world with a clear look at the fundamentals and offers practical techniques and tricks you may not have considered. Explores all issues to consider in planning a mobile site Covers the tools needed for mobile design, in particular XHTML and CSS Shows you how to plan for multimedia, e-commerce, and marketing your site, including adding audio, video, and social networking Provides real-world examples and tips to help you avoid common pitfalls If you're contemplating Web design in a mobile world, start first with this practical guide.Download Now..