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A Subject Guide to Quality Web Sites

A Subject Guide to Quality Web Sites

by Paul R. Burden
767 Pages · 2015 · 2 MB · 3,290 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
A Practical Guide to Designing for the Web
by Mark Boulton
261 Pages · 2009 · 15.6 MB · 2,200 Downloads · New!
A Practical Guide to Designing for the Web aims to teach you techniques for designing your website using the principles of graphic design.
A Web for Everyone: Designing Accessible User Experiences
by Aaron Gustafson
289 Pages · 2014 · 10.3 MB · 4,342 Downloads · New!
If you are in charge of the user experience, development, or strategy for a web site, A Web for Everyone will help you make your site accessible without sacrificing design or innovation. Rooted in universal design principles, this book provides solutions: practical advice and examples of how to create sites that everyone can use.
Axure Prototyping Blueprints
by John Henry Krahenbuhl
295 Pages · 2015 · 14.80 MB · 1,749 Downloads · New!
Axure Prototyping Blueprints provides you with a rapid introduction to Axure’s interfaces and Adaptive Views and quickly familiarizes you with pages, panes, and the design area.
Beginning JavaScript with DOM Scripting and Ajax
by Christian Heilmann
512 Pages · 2015 · 8 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The “Beginning JavaScript with DOM Scripting and Ajax: Second Edition by Russ Ferguson” is an instructive and compulsory book for web developers. Christian Heilmann is the author of this advanced programming book. He worked for several agencies in Munich as a web developer. Heilmann seems to treat JavaScript as a sincere coding language, with plenty of power and features to allow you to code solutions based on currently accepted techniques. Christian introduces a library DOMhelp.js which he wrote nicely and it will engage the readers from start to end of the page. This library has been used all over the book and the author guides how some function works. The author dives into DOM manipulation pretty, you end up seeing quite a bit of material using document.getElementsBy statements. Additionally, it is a very good book if you are looking into getting your JS DOM scripting skills up there. To be honest, at the end of this book, you will have the skills and knowledge in depth about JavaScript. In short, Beginning JavaScript with DOM Scripting and Ajax is a must-read book for Javascript lovers.
Building Dynamic Web 2.0 Websites with Ru
by A P Rajshekhar
232 Pages · 2015 · 3 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The “Building Dynamic Web 2.0 Websites with Ruby on Rails” is a great book to learn how to program with Ruby on Rails. Building Dynamic Web 2.0 Websites with Ruby on Rails is written by the author A P Rajshekhar. Rajshekhar is a senior developer with Vectorform, has worked on enterprise-level web applications and game development. He holds a Master’s Degree in Computer Applications. In this book, Rajshekhar gives you step by step examples and explains how to use classes and modules. It is a perfect book for someone who is new to object-oriented programming or experienced programmer looking to challenge his programming skills by learning Ruby. If the reader is new to MySQL this book will also help with the creation of a MySQL database, tables, primary keys, and inserting data into the database. Furthermore, if you are an experienced programmer there is also plenty for you to learn as well with the development of views, templates, and framework. Building Dynamic Web 2.0 Websites with Ruby on Rails is very detailed when going into more advanced topics such as Ajax where it describes reasons for using Ajax and how to implement it. All in all, Building Dynamic Web 2.0 Websites with Ruby on Rails is an educational book for the website developers.
Cascading Style Sheets
by Eric A. Meyer
472 Pages · 2015 · 2 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The “Cascading Style Sheets: The Definitive Guide, 1st Edition” is a wonderful book that reveals how to use CSS. Eric A. Meyer is the author of this great book. he is a member of CSS&FP working Group and the author of Cascading Style Sheets. He has written numerous books and all of them are worth to read. This book offers a complete, detailed review of CSS1 and CSS positioning and an overview of CSS2. Each property of this book is explained in-depth and also describes how they interact with other properties. CSS has three types, Inline CSS, Internal CSS, and External CSS. CSS is the language for describing the presentation of web pages, fonts, and layout. It allows one to adapt the presentation to different types of devices, like large screens, small screens or printers. Furthermore, this book is very easy to read and leads you through very good examples that show to use CSS for what it does best. Eric has extensive experience writing about pitfalls and interesting tricks in CSS. He brings his experience in this book in the form of hints, workarounds and many other tips for web authors. In short, Cascading Style Sheets is a must-read book for all who want to know about CSS and how it works.