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Cristian Darie, AJAX and PHP: Building Responsive Web Applications (Packt Publishing, 2006)The best thing about AJAX and PHP: Building Responsive Web Applications is that it's short and to the point. This is not one of those doorstop-sized reference books that you risk giving yourself a hernia just from carrying around. Each chapter takes a look at one concrete project, showing how to produce a very easy piece of that's easily extensible, if you're interested in that particular application. And these aren't necessarily lightweight pieces, either; a easy AJAX chat program, a dynamically reorderable task list, etc.On the other hand, much of the book's three hundred pages are all about code repetition. I'm a huge fan of printing all the code in a book rather than only including it on an accompanying CD or what have you, but really, you only need to print it once... in a lot of cases here, we obtain the complete code listing for each piece up front, and then later in the chapter, much of the code will be reprinted in the analysis section. That seems overkill in a book this small. So there's a decent amount of productive material to be found here, but it seems a amazing portion of this book could have been used for more productive material rather than repetition. ** ½
This is by far the best Responsive Web Design training DVD I had ever watched. I have just finished watching the entire training and plan on watching it two more times. The first time was to obtain a sense of what the training about RWD was about. The second time, I will be taking notes. Then the third time, I will be making my own RWD website from the notes I took. The author, Geoff Blake, has a amazing personality and really knows what he teaches. I think that the DVD targets the intermediate level however anyone with a solid HTML and CSS foundation will benefit from it. Honeslty I did benefit from this training and now have an idea on how to go about making RWD websites in the future.
It was simple to follow the first few chapters then they expect you to already know several other topics before you can even understand the rest. I used [...] guides to obtain through the items that wasn't covered. Even after that it really didn't dig deep enough into fancy effects associated with AJAX.
The eBook ver of this book is about 229 pages and has ten chapters. Even though the first chapter goes through subjects like responsive design, media queries, devices and screens, etc. you should already have a amazing grasp on modern HTML and CSS. The book walks you through using the Bootstrap 3 framework for responsive e-commerce web app starting with chapter two and then each extra chapter adds onto the previous ending up with Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, Google+, PayPal, Shopify, etc. integrations and ting with chapter two you will need to have certain tools installed like Eclipse and Apache Tomcat to follow along easily with what the author is doing. You can obtain away with your own tools or preferred IDE if you know what your doing already and have a amazing amount of web development experience. That being said the author is using Java servlets for the interaction with the AJAX code in the HTML pages so hold that in mind. The rest of chapter two is getting the wire-frame pieced together as well as testing out how responsive it is to devices including testing it out with the Opera Mobile e third chapter goes into how to obtain the AJAX requests communicating with the Java servlets as well as building an photo carousel. This is code massive chapter but sets the final foundation for the remaining apters 4, 5, 6 and 7 all with integrating with Youtube, Twitter, Fb and Google+. If you’ve never integrated these services into a www service these chapters walk you through the steps from setup to the actual code apter 8 goes into creating the shopping cart (minimal and detailed view) and integrating with PayPal Developer API as well as the Shopify apter 9 is integrating the Google Currency Converter with your e-commerce apter 10 is testing the responsive design of the app using different tools, it does not include anything though about actually unit or functional testing the code you wrote.An experienced web developer should feel right at home with this book. Its just over 200 pages (the eBook version) so its easily consumable. If your looking to integrate services like Twitter, Facebook, etc. into your www service this will support out but hold in mind the book assumes your using Java to build your solution. If your using something like PHP or Python you’ll need to create some adjustments and use other libraries than the Java specific ones used like Twitter4j. However, the key take away here is that an experienced web developer will do best with this book and shouldn’t have problems adapting the code if your not using a Java back-end like the book is using.
If you are looking for a book that helps you write a jquery front end for your primary java app, this will be helpful. If on the other hand you were interested in general development with jquery and ajax, search another book. The code examples are poorly laid out and almost undocumented and there is so small explanation of what you are actually doing that you had better plan on either already knowing how to do it, or reading from other sources if you wish to transfer anything discussed into other projects allow alone other languages or environments.
You can develop web applications in so a lot of ways and this book teaches you how with the most famous front-end library, jQuery and AJAX. Initially I was excited to search out if it's possible to build a responsive web app only with jQuery and Ajax, but you still need a back-end. In this case, the author uses Tomcat to run a java server as the back-end. You might be surprised that all the source code files are in the txt extension along with one battle file. Then I realized uncompressing the battle file will output all the proper files to begin the www service without some java-based IDE. A non-java developer might not be able to figure that out right away, so the book is definitely targeted for java developers who wish to learn the front-end.Even though it's possible to begin the source code locally into a browser, it won't be fully functional without running Tomcat. As a front-end developer I have read through all the examples and they are coded well, including comments, to demonstrate getting data from 3rd party APIs such as Twitter, Facebook, Google, YouTube, and Paypal. After having read through the book, it appears that more of the examples demonstrate usage of APIs rather than responsiveness. The early chapters do contain info on responsive-making elements such as media queries, layouts, and the opera testing emulator, yet the author just uses Twitter Bootstrap for his app. I liked that the book contains amazing resources such as and a few necessary CSS properties not seen in other books such as the text-overflow: ellipsis.I'm not too surprised about a lack of "developing responsive" part because of Bootstrap 3's popularity, most of the "responsiveness" is already done for you. Therefore I would prefer to call this book "Developing Web Applications with jQuery, AJAX, and famous APIs". It is a amazing book and I enjoyed the examples, source code, screenshots, and quality diagrams which are included across all chapters. Although why contain only the Opera Mobile emulator? Opera's usage lacks far behind Chrome, Firefox and Safari, therefore the author should have used either Chrome's built-in emulator tool or even Safari's dev tools for the responsive part.Overall it seems like the author has done his research and picked out the most famous components for developing a primary web application. The API chapters tutorial you through the acc setup process to obtain the important credentials and even if you don't setup your own the author contains them in the examples. Ajax nuances are explained such as callbacks and promises while relying heavily on the data-role, data-"insert name" HTML attributes for behaviors. The sections that were lacking in detail were about responsive testing, where the author threw out several options/websites to do your testing without giving specific info of why I should choose one over the other. I would also be curious to search a "responsive web application" book that chooses a various framework over don't have to be a java developer to benefit from this book, but either method you'll learn a lot especially if you need to build a the front-end of a responsive web application.
Whether you are fresh to teaching, or a veteran, you will search this resource has so much to offer. Written by literacy leaders who still work with children in true classrooms! Full color text contains a lot of photos. This book shows you how to implement a framework for teaching that responds to lstudents and what they need!
This book starts with some background knowledge, but what I like the most about it is how practical it is there are dozens of teacher ready tools to use right away with your classroom, I have seen a lot of growth in my teaching and classroom management because of this book. Thank you Dr. Hollie for giving teachers tools to better connect with and recognize the cultural and linguistic backgrounds of our students.
This book is does a nice job of repackaging SIOP and other ESOL techniques, to present how they can be effective in providing opportunities for linguistically and culturally diverse student engagement and learning. This book has become very famous lately, makes me glad more people are learning effective techniques for reaching diverse students.
This book gave me the best definition compared to others of the same genreb I have experienced of what "culturally and linguistically responsive teaching," really means, complete with ideas to implement the approach. I hope to be using a lot of of the ideas in a charter school for middle school girls of color that I am helping obtain started. I highly recommend the book.
How cool is it that you can learn SVG from the best in this brand-new book? Sarah Drasner's expertise is something we can all benefit from–she works hard to master technologies and brings us along through her writing in a pragmatic, helpful, and entertaining manner. If you wish to learn the ins and outs of animating with SVG, I highly recommend this book!
I'm a middle school administrator and I'm amazed each year about how much groundwork we still need to lay and true tactics developed. This text is helping our faculty gain the important foundation in multicultural education and culturally responsive teaching that is helping to improve their practices.
Perfect book. My desert island book. I was able to apply the concepts immediately with amazing results. Perfect examples in the zone of my own subject, which is rare indeed. I don't constantly have to figure out how to create adjustments that work well for a marh class. So tired of that.
This is a amazing into to the Responsive Classroom way for anyone fresh to it, but if you've been through training (I have), it is kind of repetitive and doesn't have too much fresh info about how it would apply to unique areas. I am a large fan of the method, however!
Did I obtain a bootleg copy? For a book about scalable vector graphics it appears as if none were used by the printers of this book. I haven’t yet read it so this review is in no method a reflection of the book’s contents. But for near $40 I’d expect the photos to not look like they were printed by a home inkjet printer. Still excited to read this, but beautiful bummed. Guess I’ll only be purchasing eBooks from O’Reilly in the future. I can’t give an accurate star rating so I’m the interest of not dinging the author for something likely out of her control I’m leaving 5 stars for now.
Some people will probably not believe this review. I have never in my life read a textbook that created me cry... Twice. I ordered this book for a multicultural education class and thoroughly enjoyed it.
Going to assume the lack of reviews means everyone bought this book, consumed it, and is on CodePen having a is is the manual you wish to tutorial you through what would take a million CSS Tricks, Stack Overlfow, Google searches, and CodePen ab a copy, secure a ver of Illustrator, and when in doubt reference one of Sarah's Youtube talks or CSS Tricks... cecause you will still end up there, you always do.
I have been coding for close to 40 years but I have the graphic design IQ of a 6 year old. I cannot recommend SVG Animations enough; it's a mother lode of design gems conveyed in easy to understand principles that create sense. She systematically goes through the once foreign concepts of morphing, revealing, style, cues, interactions and conservation of zone with jaw-dropping operational examples. Amazing.
I required to learn more advanced SVG items quickly for an upcoming project with a crazy tight deadline. SVG Animations wound up being an invaluable reference for me. I definitely couldn't have delivered without it.
When I received this book yesterday and opened it up I noticed the book had been wet and looked damaged. Although, I can still use it, I do believe the rental was method overpriced for the quality.
I am not even finished reading this book but I really feel like I learned a ton. I'm fresh to Responsive Classroom and I thought this book would be amazing for me as I will be going into my first year teaching Theatre for grades K-4. I have had problem relating to a lot of class management books as they are intended for mostly self-contained teachers. As soon as I opened this book, I felt that it was talking directly to me and the special challenges of seeing 20 classes and 600 students in a single week!The chapter on Interactive Modeling alone is worth the book. I love the format they use and they give several examples and provide you with a blank chart to fill out for your own routines and procedures. I'm really excited to continue putting together my classroom management plan!!Can't wait to finish the book. :)
Understanding kids in the classroom? Be careful because they are children, and they are easily labeled and categorized.What Is It About Me You Can′t Teach?: Culturally Responsive Instruction in Deeper Learning Classrooms is a book for teachers. I'm not going to review its pedagogical appropriateness or rigor. That review is suitable for a technical journal in ever, I can say, as a teacher, that this is a well-written book for teachers, and it provides inspiration and a blueprint for success in the classroom. Teacher, you are in charge of the classroom environment. Challenge the students, but take the time to understand son-in-law teaches middle school in an inner town school, and I can't wait to discuss the principles in What Is It About Me You Can′t Teach? My students are on the older side, and I feel that some of the opportunities detailed in this book have slipped past me. However, I also see some challenges that I can address. Simple to read, with sample projects and assignments.
Lots of links to other resources you need to learn; bits on wireframing which are completely irrelevant for a book entitled "Bootstrap 4 Fast Start" (hint: it's not Web Design Slow Start); lots of talk about Bootstrap 3 as if the readers know what that is (despite being "beginners"), and then when you finally do obtain to code samples, every single one simply tells you to copy and paste some code from the author, with no explanation of what the code does or why you would use it. This isn't "Basics for Beginners." It's "Rambling First To Market."
So far very satisfied with the G29. I was debating between the Logitech or Thrustmaster file a while but pulled the trigger when the G29 was on sale. Wheel seems accurate and so far works well with Dirt Rally and Project Cars. Should be even better when I obtain a proper wheel stand.
I heard rumors that Logitech's driver/setup for PC users was glitchy and the rumors are true. You obtain this package, there's no disks or drivers apparently to install, so you think plug-and-play right? Nope. Depending upon your ver of Windows, you may search it's recognized by the OS but not by any of the you're running. I got this specifically to use with Project Vehicles and Truck simulator, but neither recognizes the steering wheel as being installed. After Googling, it becomes obvious that dozens of people have this problem. There may or may not be a bunch of additional steps you need to go through to obtain the thing working. I have to assume most of the positive reviews are for people using controllers like the xBox. Although I have no evidence this works any better on xBox, but I can attest, that if you have a PC, this controller does not work properly.
I love this wheel, I really do, I wanted this to work out more than anything. after a couple days of using it the wheel created this loud squeaking sound when you turned it left. It was actually louder than the android game itself with the sound nearly maxed. After seeing so a lot of positives I just assumed I had a poor wheel, I sent it back and received another one.Right out of the box, loud squeaking sounds when you turn left, I googled the issue, and found pages upon pages on reddit, Logitech's forum, and youtube, talking about this exact issue. Logitech Customer help is absolutely useless. They have never acknowledged the problem, they haven't answered anyone's questions in the forum. They refuse to do anything about it. I filled out my help form to them, gave them the model and serial number and everything they required to know, my only question to them was can this problem be fixed without taking it apart and voiding the warranty.2 days later i got answer that said they need the model number, serial number, when I purchased. Information I just gave them, I sent this 2nd one back, hoping to obtain one that worked. Amazon was amazing with the returns, and I hate to have done this 3 times, but i really wanted this wheel to work. The 3rd and final wheel came, I got one latest email from Logitech that asked the exact same questions as before, and wanted me to scan my receipt for proof of to see if it's still in warranty.I just wanted to know if there was a fix, that was all, I sent them the receipt from Amazon, and never heard from them since. This 3rd wheel, right out of the box not only had a squeaking sound, but it was making loud clicking noises as if the gears inside were rubbing up versus each other, at this point I don't wish to end up sending a brand fresh wheel for them to work on and more than likely obtain a refurbished one back that will more than likely have the same issue.If you can obtain a wheel without the squeaking and clicking and noises it makes, then you have the best gaming wheel I think you can buy. and maybe the squeaking may not be a poor issue, you just have to live with it. I don't know, but I don't wish to that much to hear that all day.
I'm a bit torn on this review; on one hand, it strains to be inclusive to the point of lacking specificity. On the other hand, it has superb worksheets and resources that provide ample meal for thought and general guidelines. Overall this is a solid starting put and firm foundation but not sufficient for veteran teachers or those searching for high impact specialized strategies.
I would venture to say that not reading this book is irresponsible if you lead a non-profit or are looking to fundraise. This book separates itself from the noise in a few particular ways. 1- it is really well written. 2- it shifts the conversation toward concrete data. 3- it a clear, simple, and straightforward “better” approach. 4- it comes from a leading practitioner rather than a bleeding heart or non-practicing theorist.
Cultivating Genius is a timely, important, and educator-friendly book that is required now more than ever before. One cannot fully engage the power of what is available through culturally responsive lesson planning without applying Dr. Muhammad's brilliant and innovative framework. This practical tutorial illuminates and translates theory in ways that will support educators bring about the change required in literacy classrooms -- change that culturally responsive and sustaining pedagogies promise. In a sentence: this is the book we in the teacher education literacy field have been waiting for.--Yolanda Sealey-Ruiz,Associate Professor of English EducationTeachers College, Columbia University
I agree with the intro to this book that says Harwani can explain "even the most complicated subjects in a straightforward and easily understandable fashion.” His organization and presentation reflect his experience teaching actual live students the subjects he writes about. Each task section starts out with minimal introductory info, followed by clear, succinct, amply illustrated steps to take (“How to do it”), and only then does it give more info (“How it works”), which you can read to the extent that you wish to or need to. I’m not a Python programmer and so have not gone through this particular book thoroughly, but I’ve used parts of other books by this author and found them to be excellent. What I mainly am is an experienced, very fussy technical writer and editor, and I don’t heap praise on authors lightly; in this case, I think it’s well deserved. You can’t go wrong with a book by B.M. Harwani.