PHP Web Services
2016
In this age, when it can sometimes seem like every system is connected to every other system, dealing with data has become a major ingredient in building the Web. Whether you will be delivering services or consuming them, web service is a key part of all modern, public-facing applications, and this book is here to help you navigate your way along the road ahead. We will cover the different styles of service—from RPC, to SOAP, to REST—and you will see how to devise great solutions using these existing approaches, as well as examples of APIs in the wild. Whether you’re sharing data between two internal systems, using a service backend for a mobile application, or just plain building an API so that users can access their data, this book has you covered, from the technical sections on HTTP, JSON, and XML to the “big picture” areas such as creating a robust service.
Practical Linux Topics
2016
Almost all of the world’s supercomputers and even the International Space Station use a powerful, efficient operating system called Linux. In addition, the vast majority of smart phones and embedded devices on the planet, such as broadband routers and boxes connected to televisions, use Linux. This book examines a number of diverse, server-related subjects that you can learn and then reference again later.
Mastering Yii
2016
Yii Framework 2 (Yii2) is the successor to the popular Yii framework. Like its successor, Yii2 is an open source, high-performance rapid development framework designed to create modern, scalable, and performant web applications and APIs. Designed for both developers with no exposure to Yii and Yii2 and for Yii framework developers looking to become experts with Yii2, this book will serve as your guide to becoming a master of Yii. From initialization and configuration to debugging and deployment, this book will be your guide to becoming a master of all aspects of this powerful framework.
New Programmers Start Here
2016
An introduction to computer programming using JavaScript.
Основы разработки веб-приложений
2015
Благодаря этой книге вы усвоите основы создания веб-приложений, построив простое приложение с нуля с помощью HTML, JavaScript и других свободно предоставляемых инструментов. Это практическое руководство на реальных примерах обучает неопытных веб-разработчиков тому, как создавать пользовательский интерфейс, строить серверную часть, организовывать связь клиента и сервера, а также применять облачные сервисы для развертывания приложения. Каждая глава содержит практические задачи, полноценные примеры, а также ментальные модели процесса разработки. Эта книга поможет вам сделать первые шаги в создании веб-приложений, обес­печив глубокие знания по теме.
Beginning HTML5 Media
2015
This book is written for anyone interested in using HTML5 media elements. It assumes an existing background in writing basic HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, but little or no experience with media.
How Software Works
2015
The Magic Behind Encryption, CGI, Search Engines, and Other Everyday Technologies
Jump Start PHP Environment
2015
If you're just starting out with PHP, this book should be the very first resource youread. It will explain not only isolated development environments and conflict prevention, but also the inner workings of web requests and what happens when you actually type an address into a browser's address bar. You'll learn why a server is important, what PHP's role is, and how it all fits into the grand scheme of development environments and setups that can help you achieve a smooth development experience.
The Ultimate Apple Watch Handbook
2015
The only guide you need to get the best from your Apple Watch
Fundamentals of Database Indexing and Searching
2015
This book covers the well-known database searching and indexing techniques. It focuses mostly on similarity search queries where, given a query object, it is required to return objects from the database that are “similar” to it, and not just exactly matching it. Generally, a distance function is used to measure the notion of dissimilarity. Objects that are not dissimilar by more than a range threshold, or, are least dissimilar to the query, are then sought.