Publisher: Macromedia Press | ISBN: 0321223675 | edition 2005 | CHM | 1440 pages | 36,8 mb
With more than 75 of the Fortune 100 companies using it (and more than 10,000 organizations employing it worldwide), it’s pretty much a given that if you’re developing applications for the Web, you’re going to need to know ColdFusion at some point Not to worry: Macromedia ColdFusion MX 7 Web Application Construction Kit provides everything you need to start creating Web-based applications immediately—including the latest version of the ColdFusion Web Application Server and development environment. Author and ColdFusion master Ben Forta starts by covering the fundamentals of Web-based database design and then proceeds to show you how to do everything from create data-driven pages to build complete applications, implement security mechanisms, integrate with e-mail, interact with Macromedia Flash, and more. From design and installation to application deployment and troubleshooting, this guide’s got ColdFusion covered, including all the features new to the latest version: structured business reports, rich forms, Enterprise Manager (which lets users cluster multiple ColdFusion servers on a single machine), and more
Macromedia Flash MX 2004 ActionScript: Training from the Source
Publisher: Macromedia Press | ISBN: 0321213432 | edition 2003 | CHM | 776 pages | 11,2 mb
Sure, you can use Flash MX 2004 without being a master programmer, but as any Flash developer worth his or her salt will tell you, you're not tapping all of its power unless you're taking advantage of its scripting language "ActionScript 2.0" which offers a more robust programming model and better object-oriented programming support than ever before. Here to take the fear factor out of learning it are Flash veterans and best-selling authors Derek Franklin and Jobe Makar, who demonstrate that scripting is an instinctual process you already know by translating real-life activities into ActionScript scripts. In these pages, you'll find methodologies and techniques for building over 40 real-life Flash ActionScript projects, including sample games, --- applications, Web sites, and more. New in this edition are coverage of ActionScript 2.0, Web services, Components, Printing, Video, and more. On the companion CD, you'll find all the project files and images you need to complete each project.
Next-Generation Business Intelligence Software with Silverlight 3
English | 350 pages | Apress (November 30, 2009) | ISBN: 1430224878 | PDF | 5.8 MB
Business Intelligence (BI) software aims to bring together different pieces of a business into views that can make comprehending mountains of data easier. BI is everywhere. Applications that include reports, analytics, statistics, and historical and predictive modeling are all examples of BI applications. Currently, we are in the second generation of BI software, called BI 2.0. This generation is focused on writing BI software that is predictive, adaptive, simple, and interactive.
How To Do Everything with Your Digital Camera
Publisher: Osborne/McGraw-Hill | ISBN: 0072225556 | edition 2002 | PDF | 416 pages | 16,5 mb
The Power Filmmaking Kit: Make Your Professional Movie on a Next-to-Nothing Budget
Publisher: Focal Press | ISBN: 024081021X | edition 2007 | PDF | 408 pages | 11,6 mb
Bill Dudney, "Core Animation for Mac OS X and the iPhone: Creating Compelling Dynamic User Interfaces"
188 pages | 2008 | ISBN-10: 1934356107 | PDF | 2.1 MB
Mac OS X Leopard introduces a fantastic new technology that makes writing applications with animated and cinematic user interfaces much easier. We'll explore this new technology by starting with the familiar concepts you already know from the pre-Leopard development kits.Then we'll see how they apply to the new frameworks and APIs. We'll build on your existing knowledge of Cocoa and bring you efficiently up to speed on what Core Animation is all about.