Book Review - Ajax And Php Building Responsive Web Applications
In this book the authors, Cristian Darie, Bogdan Brinzarea, Filip Chereches-Tosa and Mihai Bucica, teach their readers how to add Ajax client-side features to PHP driven web applications. They take a modular approach when building these web applications.
Book Review - Creating A Web Page In Dreamweaver Visual QuickProject Guide
Creating websites in Dreamweaver can be as easy as using your favorite word processing program which is one reason that Dreamweaver is the most popular program for building websites and web applications. This is the approach that the author, Nolan Hester, takes in his book.
Book Review - Creating a Web Page with HTML - Visual QuickProject Guide
If you want a book that can show you how to create a simple HTML website quickly and without the distraction of long explanations of HTML code, this is a good book for you. The author, Elizabeth Castro, walks you step-by-step through the two webpage project that is the focus of her book.
Book Review - Creating a Web Site with Flash - Visual QuickProject Guide
This book will not teach you everything about Flash, but it will take you step-by-step through the process of making a web site with Flash. You will become familiar with most of the basic Flash tools and the Flash workspace.
Book Review - Creating A Web Site With Flash 8 - Visual QuickProject by David Morris
This book won't teach you everything about Adobe(R) Macromedia(R) Flash but it does teach you the basic techniques needed to create a website with Flash 8. David Morris uses easy instructions with large supporting screen shots.
Book Review - Syndicating Web Sites with RSS Feeds For Dummies
RSS feeds and syndicating web sites are the new buzz on the web but if you haven´t heard of them before now, you´re not alone. This is the approach that Ellen Finkelstein takes in her book which introduces readers to what RSS syndication is and how to use it to the best advantage.
Book Review – Ajax in Action
If you are creating Ajax web applications on a large or small scale and need to consider such aspects as design and refactoring, security, speed and system resources, then this book will help answer some of these questions.
Book Review – Building Websites with Joomla by Hagen Graf
Joomla is a free, open source content management system and this book, by Hagen Graf, will show you everything about how to install and use Joomla for your website.
Book Review – Designing the Obvious A Common Sense Approach to Web Application Design
When creating new, powerful twenty-first century websites, you also need to keep them user-friendly. The author, Robert Hoekman, Jr., shows you how to do just that in Designing the Obvious.
Book Review – ImageMagick Tricks by Sohail Salehi
ImageMagick is a command-line image processing system. In this book, Sohail Salehi teaches what ImageMagick is and how to do some nice tricks with it.
Book review – Learning the YUI Library
A review of "Learning the Yahoo! User Interface Library." This book describes the YUI library and how developers can integrate its tools into their websites.
Book Review – Macromedia Flash Professional 8 Beyond the Basics Hands-on Training by S Rebenschied
The author, Shane Rebenschied, takes a modular approach to Flash and ActionScript. When you have finished the book, you will have mastered some of the intermediate level Flash features.
Book Review – Publishing a Blog with Blogger – Visual QuickProject Guide
A blog or weblog is a great way to get started on the web and Blogger.com from Google is one of the most popular software for creating weblogs. In her book, Elizabeth Castro assumes that this may be your first web project as she walks you through the basics for creating a blog at Blogger.com.
Book Review – Teach Yourself Visually Macromedia Dreamweaver 8
This book by Warner has step-by-step instructions and large screen shots making it an easy way to learn how to use Dreamweaver 8 quickly.
Book Review for Drupal, Creating Blogs, Forums, Portals and Community Websites
Drupal is an open source, flexible and modular content management system used to build and maintain medium to large websites. David Mercer takes you step-by-step as you learn what Drupal has to offer and how to use it to your best advantage.
Book Review of Www.Advertising - Advertising And Marketing On The World Wide Web
Online advertising has become an important part of any company's overall marketing strategy. In this book Richard Adams discusses how online advertising has improved and the various types of web advertising available today such as multi-media banner designs, HTML email and micro sites.
Community Server Quickly A Concise and Practical Guide to Installation, Administration
Anand Narayanaswamy will help you install, customize, license and administer your very own online community with Community Server Express Edition. The author walks you through everything you need to do to get up and running.
Learning Mambo, A Step-by-Step Tutorial to Building Your Website by Douglas Paterson
Douglas Paterson shows you how to create your own website with Mambo which is one of the most popular open-source content management systems.
Mastering TypoScript Typo3 Website, Template, and Extension Development by Daniel Koch
This book by Daniel Koch will help you understand TYPO3 and TypoScript and how to customize your TYPO3 site layout in several way including generating dynamic menus and graphics.
Transcending CSS The Fine Art of Web Design by Andy Clarke
WordPress Complete - set up, customize, and market your blog by Hasin Hayder
This book, by Hasin Hayder, will teach you what you need to know to create and manage your own blog or content-based website with WordPress.
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