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Android 5 Programming by Example

Android 5 Programming by Example

With Android 5 Programming by Example, design and customize GUI using material design to create attractive and intuitive layouts easily. Bring your designs to life with Android 5’s powerful and extensive Java libraries, new sensors, and new platforms such as TVs, wearables, and cars. This is an example-based guide to learn and develop applications for Android 5.


UWP Succinctly

UWP Succinctly

Modern Microsoft is much more than Windows, and to reach their full potential developers must be able to reach users on the many platforms they use. To facilitate this, Microsoft created Universal Windows Platform (UWP) to make development across multiple platforms simultaneously an achievable goal. In UWP Succinctly, the first part of a series, author Matteo Pagani guides readers towards developing their own UWP applications.


LINQPad Succinctly

LINQPad Succinctly

LINQPad Succinctly offers IT professionals a detailed examination of how and why LINQPad can improve development lifecycle and deliver applications in less time. Author José Roberto Olivas Mendoza begins with a detailed overview of LINQPad’s features, then delves into the installation process, including necessary prerequisites. Readers then get instruction on how to get the most out of LINQPad, such as how to query data bases and using LINQPad as a code scratchpad, which allows users to save significant time and effort on application delivery.


MongoDB 3 Succinctly

MongoDB 3 Succinctly

MongoDB is one of the biggest players in the NoSQL database market, providing high performance, high availability, and automatic scaling. It’s an open-source document database written in C++ and hosted on GitHub. Zoran Maksimovic’s MongoDB 3 Succinctly touches on the most important aspects of the MongoDB database that application developers should be aware of—from installation and the usage of the Mongo Shell, to examples of the MongoDB C# driver APIs for Microsoft .NET Framework.


R Programming Succinctly

R Programming Succinctly

The R programming language on its own is a powerful tool that can perform thousands of statistical tasks, but by writing programs in R, you gain tremendous power and flexibility to extend its base functionality. Senior Succinctly series author and editor James McCaffrey shows you how in R Programming Succinctly.


.NET Microservices: Architecture for Containerized .NET Applications

.NET Microservices: Architecture for Containerized .NET Applications

.NET Microservices: Architecture for Containerized .NET Applications is an introduction to developing microservices-based applications and managing them using containers. It discusses architectural design and implementation approaches using .NET Core and Docker containers. To make it easier to get started with containers and microservices, the guide focuses on a reference containerized and microservice-based application that you can explore.


Azure Cosmos DB and DocumentDB Succinctly

Azure Cosmos DB and DocumentDB Succinctly

DocumentDB is a NoSQL database platform that serves as the base of Azure Cosmos DB, Microsoft’s new globally-distributed, multi-model database service. In Azure Cosmos DB and DocumentDB Succinctly by Ed Freitas, you will learn about many of DocumentDB’s features, how it compares to traditional databases, how to build scalable applications with it, and why it’s a great option for developing web apps. Freitas delivers just what developers need to set up their first DocumentDB collection, query their data, write code for the client side and the server side, and more.


Unity Game Development Succinctly

Unity Game Development Succinctly

Unity has become one of the top choices in tools for game development, holding 45% of the game engine market. In Unity Game Development Succinctly, Jim Perry covers the major features of Unity and those used to create a small 2-D game, from installation to adding features popular in some of today’s successful PC and console games. Set up a UI, sprites, background music, basic animation, and game logic to make your own simple game.


Aurelia Succinctly

Aurelia Succinctly

Aurelia is a relatively new, open-source JavaScript library/framework that simplifies the creation of web-based applications. You can code Aurelia applications using a lot of the same semantics and separation of concerns that you enjoy when developing in Java or C#. In Aurelia Succinctly, Matthew Duffield will walk you through setting up your machine, the semantics of ES6 and ES7 features in Aurelia, using skeleton navigation, databinding, creating custom elements and attributes, and more.


Microsoft Bot Framework Succinctly

Microsoft Bot Framework Succinctly

At the Build 2016 conference, Microsoft announced the Microsoft Bot Framework, a package of tools for building intelligent bots that could be integrated with a variety of communication platforms. With Microsoft Bot Framework Succinctly, you can jump right into building your own bots with the framework, whether you want to make bots for personal use only, or customer-facing bots for your business. Author Ed Freitas provides clear guidance from setting up a bot project in Visual Studio and writing your first bare-bones bot, to publishing one capable of searching for current flight prices.





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