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Easing Functions Cheat Sheet12 January 2013


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WebMatrix 217 September 2012


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Google debuts Dart, a JavaScript alternative | Deep Tech - CNET News11 October 2011


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  • Google today launched an "early preview" of Dart, a programming language the company hopes will help Web application programmers overcome shortcomings of JavaScript that Google itself feels acutely.




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5ml4 September 2011


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  • Create cross-platform HTML5 rich media content from the comfort of your browser.




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A simple (REST) web service client in Scala1 June 2011


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Unified Cloud Interface: setting RDF for failure? | Architects Zone19 September 2010


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  • What made me fall of my chair is the methodology/architecture part of this statement. It’s hard enough (but doable) to use RDF to map philosophically similar APIs. It’s a non-starter to use it to bridge architectural and methodological differences. I have spent a fair amount of time looking at Semantic Web technologies in the context of modeling IT systems (see the <a rel="nofollow" href="http://stage.vambenepe.com/archives/category/semantic-tech">“semantic tech”</a> category of this blog). While I think they would be a great foundation I don’t see them ever coming anywhere near what Reuven describes.




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OOPHP- The Basics Of Classes And Objects - PHP Tutorials | Dream.In.Code2 July 2010


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    • As PHP is not a strictly OOP language, it is very easy to slip into sloppier and more procedural code as well as program in PHP one's entire career and not deal with OOP at all. In this tutorial, I will cover the following:
       
      • Why use OOP over procedural programming, as I have been doing?
      • Encapsulation and modularity
      • Basic class design




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Dr Dobbs - HTML5 App Framework Announced17 June 2010


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  • <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.sencha.com">Sencha </a>, formerly known as "Ext JS", has announced the beta release of <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.sencha.com/products/touch/">Sencha Touch</a>, an HTML5-based mobile application framework. Sencha Touch gives mobile application developers access to HTML5 technologies that can be deployed to both Apple and Android devices, while giving users applications that look and feels like native applications, with no need to download application updates.

     

     

    "HTML5 technologies are here, they're being adopted very quickly, and by the end of the year they'll be running on every mobile device that matters," said Sencha's Abe Elias. "As server and client frameworks continue to fragment, the mobile device industry has consolidated on the HTML5-capable Webkit browser as its default platform."




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Introduction to CRUD Functions in PHP13 May 2010


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  • Building a dynamic PHP site requires you to understand how CRUD (create, read, update, delete) functions work. There are a variety of ways to implement these functions include databases, and most commonly through mySQL.  With these functions you can add new entries to the database (registration), view existing entries (retrieve users or fields), update the entries to your table or delete users (who may unsubscribe or permanently delete their accounts.) For a user account based sites, these functions are essential for keeping your user and information database up to date.




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W3C Finishes XML Pipline Language Spec | Architects Zone12 May 2010


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  • The World Wide Web Consortium has launched a new specification called "<a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.w3.org/2010/05/xproc-pr">XProc</a>," which provides a standard framework for composing XML processes.  It streamlines the automation, sequencing, and management of complex XML processes, the standards body said.  The "XML Pipeline Language" spec was developed to provide a framework for managing enterprise-level business processes.


  • <img src="xproc-designer-screenshot.png" alt="" title="" />




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HTML5 Unleashed: Tips, Tricks and Techniques | W3Avenue10 May 2010


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  • Can we use HTML5 today? What can we do with it? Is it really going to kill Flash? You must have noticed a gradual increase in the frequency of these and similar questions being asked, debated and even answered. In my opinion, you must answer such fundamental questions yourself.


  • <img src="cover.jpg" alt="" title="" />




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Erik Porter and Nathan Heskew: Introducing Orchard | Charles | Channel 912 April 2010


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    • <a rel="nofollow" href="http://orchardproject.net/download" target="new">Orchard</a> will create shared components for building ASP.NET applications and extensions, and specific applications that leverage these components to meet the needs of end-users, scripters, and developers. Additionally, we seek to create partnerships with existing application authors to help them achieve their goals. Orchard is delivered as part of the <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.codeplex.org/galleries.aspx">ASP.NET Open Source Gallery</a> under the <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.codeplex.org/">CodePlex Foundation</a>. It is licensed under a <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.opensource.org/licenses/bsd-license.php">New BSD license</a>, which is approved by the OSI. The intended output of the Orchard project is three-fold: 
         
      • Individual .NET-based applications that appeal to end-users , scripters, and developers
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      • A set of re-usable components that makes it easy to build such applications
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      • A vibrant community to help define these applications and extensions
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       In the near term, the Orchard project is focused on delivering a .NET-based CMS application that will allow users to rapidly create content-driven Websites, and an extensibility framework that will allow developers and customizers to provide additional functionality through extensions and themes.
       
       Erik Porter and Nathan Heskew are two of the developers of Orchard. Do they look familiar? Sure they do. They used to be devs on the C9 team.




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ASP.net Control Gallery4 March 2010


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  • The Control Gallery is a directory of over 900 controls and components to use in your own applications. You will find everything from simple controls   to full e-commerce components.




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External



O'Reilly Commons :: The purpose of this site is to provide content to communities that would like to create, reference, use, modify, update and revise material from O'Reilly or other sources.

w3schools.com :: a great collection of web-dev tutorials.


PHP tutorial :: a resource of web tutorials for beginners.




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