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Shows how to create full-featured, object-oriented web applications with the Ruby on Rails framework.
Join Grant Skinner at work and at play, designing cutting-edge interactive experiences, games, applications, and frameworks with technologies like HTML5 and Flash.
Learn to build and deploy a dynamic website using ASP.NET.
Shows Flash designers how to incorporate ActionScript code into projects and create interactive presentations and applications.
An introduction to developing Java applications for various runtime environments.
Gives designers a deeper understanding of HTML5 and shows how to create richer, more meaningful web pages with structural tags and descriptive attributes.
Demonstrates how to use Python 3 to create well-designed scripts and maintain existing projects.
Gives a working knowledge of CSS to web developers and coders who already have a firm grasp of XHTML/HTML and want to take their web sites to the next level.
Explains how CGI scripts can be used for simple HTML forms and with any programming language to implement web applications.
Teaches the fundamentals of Ruby, the popular object-oriented open-source programming language.
Covers document structure, block and inline-level tags, floating images, controlling white space, and phrase and font markup.
Teaches developers to harness the power of Flex 3 to create cross-platform, data-centric applications.
Explains the complete process of using Ruby on Rails, from understanding fundamental concepts to creating full-featured applications.
Joey Lott teaches the essential skills and reveals the insider information needed to begin developing Flash applications.
Covers the how and why of XHTML documents, and how to make it work for particular projects.
Get the skills necessary to edit and install basic Perl and CGI scripts.
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