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Patterns for Beginning Programmers
Patterns for Beginning Programmers

Programming patterns are solutions to problems that require the creation of a small fragment of code that will be part of a larger program. Hence, this book is about teaching you how to write such fragments of code. However, it is not about teaching you the syntax of the statements in the fragments, it assumes that you already know the syntax. Instead, it is about finding solutions to problems that arise when first learning to program. Patterns can be used to teach problem solving at various levels of abstraction (which are inversely related to the level of detail). Programming patterns are solutions to problems that require the creation of a small fragment of code that will be part of a larger program. Hence, this book is about teaching you how to write such fragments of code. However, it is not about teaching you the of the statements in the fragments, it assumes that you already know the syntax. Though the syntax of a particular programming language can be confusing at first, it ...
The Essential Guide to HTML5, 3rd Edition
The Essential Guide to HTML5, 3rd Edition

Gain a deep, practical knowledge of the basic tools used for webpages: hypertext markup language (HTML5), cascading style sheets (CSS), and JavaScript. This updated version includes new and improved games and exercises, and will serve total beginners as well as people with some programming language experience, but not familiar with the combination of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. You'll begin at an introductory level with the focus on technical features as well as programming techniques. Each chapter features a familiar game such as Rock-Paper-Scissors, Craps, Memory, and Blackjack or generic examples such as working with Mazes. Other projects include constructing and saving a maze; a basic word guessing game; ballistic games (Cannonball and Slingshot); a quiz requiring items to be put in order; and an animation demonstration featuring a ball, photo or video clip bouncing within a rectangle. The Appendix contains examples of advanced techniques such as Scalar Vector Graphics progra ...
Beginning Spring Boot 3, 2nd Edition
Beginning Spring Boot 3, 2nd Edition

Learn the Spring Boot 3 micro framework and build your first Java-based cloud-native applications and microservices. Spring Boot is the lightweight, nimbler cousin to the bigger Spring Framework, with plenty of "bells and whistles." This updated edition includes coverage of Spring Native, which will help you speed up your Spring Boot applications, as well as messaging with Spring Boot, Spring GraphQL, Spring Data JDBC and reactive relational database connectivity (R2DBC) with SQL. This new edition also covers enhancements to actuator endpoints, MongoDB 4.0 support, layered JAR and WAR support, support to build OCI images using Cloud Native Build Packs, changes to the DataSource initialization mechanism, and how bean validation support has moved to a separate spring-boot-validation-starter module. This book will teach you how to work with relational and NoSQL databases for data accessibility using Spring Boot with Spring Data, how to persist data with the Java Persistence APIs ...
The Recursive Book of Recursion
The Recursive Book of Recursion

Recursion has an intimidating reputation: it's considered to be an advanced computer science topic frequently brought up in coding interviews. But there's nothing magical about recursion. The Recursive Book of Recursion uses Python and JavaScript examples to teach the basics of recursion, exposing the ways that it's often poorly taught and clarifying the fundamental principles of all recursive algorithms. You'll learn when to use recursive functions (and, most importantly, when not to use them), how to implement the classic recursive algorithms often brought up in job interviews, and how recursive techniques can help solve countless problems involving tree traversal, combinatorics, and other tricky topics. Al Sweigart has built a career explaining programming concepts in a fun, approachable manner. If you've shied away from learning recursion but want to add this technique to your programming toolkit, or if you're racing to prepare for your next job interview, this book is for y ...
Programming Phoenix LiveView
Programming Phoenix LiveView

The days of the traditional request-response web application are long gone, but you don't have to wade through oceans of JavaScript to build the interactive applications today's users crave. The innovative Phoenix LiveView library empowers you to build applications that are fast and highly interactive, without sacrificing reliability. This definitive guide to LiveView isn't a reference manual. Learn to think in LiveView. Write your code layer by layer, the way the experts do. Explore techniques with experienced teachers to get the best possible performance. Instead of settling for traditional manuals and tutorials, get insights that can only be learned from experience. Start with the Elixir language techniques that effortlessly marry your client templates and server-side handlers. Design your systems with the right layers in the right places so that your code is easier to understand, change, and support. Explore features like multi-part uploads and learn how to comprehensively test ...
Learn Java 17 Programming, 2nd Edition
Learn Java 17 Programming, 2nd Edition

Java is one of the most preferred languages among developers. It is used in everything right from smartphones and game consoles to even supercomputers, and its new features simply add to the richness of the language. This book on Java programming begins by helping you learn how to install the Java Development Kit. You'll then focus on understanding object-oriented programming (OOP), with exclusive insights into concepts such as abstraction, encapsulation, inheritance, and polymorphism, which will help you when programming for real-world apps. Next, you'll cover fundamental programming structures of Java such as data structures and algorithms that will serve as the building blocks for your apps with the help of sample programs and practice examples. You'll also delve into core programming topics that will assist you with error handling, debugging, and testing your apps. As you progress, you'll move on to advanced topics such as Java libraries, datab ...
Java EE to Jakarta EE 10 Recipes, 3rd Edition
Java EE to Jakarta EE 10 Recipes, 3rd Edition

Take a problem-solution approach for programming enterprise Java or Java EE applications and microservices for cloud-based solutions, enterprise database applications, and even small business web applications. Java EE to Jakarta EE 10 Recipes provides effective, practical, and proven code snippets that you can immediately use to accomplish just about any task that you may encounter. You can feel confident using the reliable solutions that are demonstrated in this book in your personal or corporate environment. Java EE was made open source under the Eclipse Foundation, and Jakarta EE is the new name for what used to be termed the Java Platform, Enterprise Edition. This book helps you rejuvenate your Java expertise and put the platform's latest capabilities to use for quickly developing robust applications. If you are new to Jakarta EE, this book will help you learn the features of the platform and benefit from one of the most widely used and ...
Hands-On Selenium WebDriver with Java
Hands-On Selenium WebDriver with Java

Get started with Selenium WebDriver, the open source library for automating tests to ensure your web application performs as expected. In this practical hands-on book, author Boni Garcia takes Java developers through Selenium's main features for automating web navigation, browser manipulation, web element interaction, and more, with ready-to-be-executed test examples. You'll start by learning the core features of Selenium (composed of WebDriver, Grid, and IDE) and its ecosystem. Discover why Selenium WebDriver is the de facto library for developing end-to-end tests on your web application. You'll explore ways to use advanced Selenium WebDriver features, including using web browsers in Docker containers or the DevTools protocol. Selenium WebDriver examples in this book are available on GitHub. With this book, you'll learn how to: Set up a Java project containing end-to-end tests that use Selenium WebDriver; Conduct automated interaction with web applications; Use str ...
JavaScript from Frontend to Backend
JavaScript from Frontend to Backend

JavaScript, the most widely used programming language in the world, has numerous libraries and modules and a dizzying array of need-to-know topics. Picking a starting point can be difficult. Enter JavaScript from Frontend to Backend. This concise, practical guide will get you up to speed in next to no time. This book begins with the basics of variables and objects in JavaScript and then moves quickly on to building components on the client-side with Vue.js and a simple list management application. After that, the focus shifts to the server-side and Node.js, where you'll examine the MVC model and explore the Express module. Once you've got to grips with the server-side and the client-side, the only thing that remains is the database. You'll discover MongoDB and the Mongoose module. In the final chapter of this fast-paced guide, you'll combine all these pieces to integrate a Vue.js application into a Node.js server, using Express to structure the server code and MongoDB to store the i ...
The Definitive Guide to Jakarta Faces in Jakarta EE 10, 2nd Edition
The Definitive Guide to Jakarta Faces in Jakarta EE 10, 2nd Edition

Learn and master the new features in the new Eclipse Jakarta Faces (formerly JavaServer Faces or JSF) web framework in this definitive guide written by two of the driving forces of the Faces project and the co-creators of the OmniFaces library. Authors Bauke Scholtz and Arjan Tijms take you through real-world examples that demonstrate how these new features are used with other APIs in Jakarta EE. You'll see the new and exciting ways Jakarta Faces applications can use to communicate between a client and a server, such as using WebSockets, invoking bean methods directly from Ajax, executing client-side JavaScript when Ajax calls complete, and more Along the way you'll broaden your knowledge of Faces components and web APIs best practices, and learn a great deal about the internals of Faces and the design decisions that have been made when building the Faces API. For example, you'll see what artefacts are now CDI injectable, how CDI changed Faces internally, and what some of the caveat ...
Learn Enough JavaScript to Be Dangerous
Learn Enough JavaScript to Be Dangerous

JavaScript plays a key role in modern software development, not only because it is the only language that runs inside virtually all web browsers, but also because it has become widely used for back-end and general-purpose development as well. Although JavaScript is a big language, you don't need to learn "everything" about it to get started, just how to use it efficiently to solve real problems. In Learn Enough JavaScript to Be Dangerous, renowned instructor Michael Hartl teaches the specific concepts, skills, and approaches you need to be professionally productive. Even if you've never programmed before, Hartl helps you quickly build technical sophistication and master the lore you need to succeed. Treating JavaScript as a general-purpose language right from the start, Hartl offers examples for creating dynamic effects in browsers and for writing scripts and modules using Node.js. Focused exercises help you internalize what matters, without wasting time on details pros don't care a ...
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