Object-Oriented Programming: The CLOS Perspective (MIT by Andreas Paepcke

By Andreas Paepcke

To date, books on object-oriented programming have concentrated both at the method of the object-oriented paradigm or on instructing the main points of a selected programming language. This assortment takes a special technique, studying one object-oriented programming language - the Common-Lisp item procedure (CLOS) - as a latest programming instrument. The fourteen contributions learn CLOS from various angles, revealing the techniques in the back of the layout of the language, its meant use, its effect on object-oriented layout and programming, and its position within the context of alternative object-oriented programming languages.Chapter 1 offers adequate element concerning the language for the rest fabric to be understood by means of readers strange with CLOS, and it concentrates at the strange features of the language. CLOS is put into old standpoint in bankruptcy 2, which describes the assets and evolution of principles embodied within the language. additional chapters speak about the metaobject protocol, examine CLOS with different object-oriented languages, and speak about functions of the language and points of its implementation.

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Murach's Java SE 6: Training & Reference by Joel Murach

By Joel Murach

This ebook teaches tips on how to strengthen Java purposes on the expert point. It starts off through exhibiting find out how to code, try, and debug daily enterprise purposes that received t crash. It offers object-oriented positive factors like sessions, inheritance, interfaces, and polymorphism in a manner that s either comprehensible and invaluable within the actual world...perspective that s usually lacking in Java education. It offers crucial Java talents akin to operating with information forms, keep an eye on statements, arrays, collections, generics, enumerations, exceptions, threads, Swing elements, applets, and textual content and binary documents. It covers new Java SE 6 gains similar to new JDBC good points, the StAX XML API, and the integrated Derby database. And it s all performed within the distinct Murach type that has been education expert programmers for greater than 30 years.

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Design Patterns Explained: A New Perspective on Object by Alan Shalloway

By Alan Shalloway

"One of the good things in regards to the ebook is the way in which the authors clarify options very easily utilizing analogies instead of programming examples–this has been very inspiring for a product i am engaged on: an audio-only creation to OOP and software program development."

–Bruce Eckel

"...I may count on that readers with a uncomplicated figuring out of object-oriented programming and layout might locate this ebook important, prior to coming near near layout styles thoroughly. Design styles defined complements the present layout styles texts and should practice a really beneficial function, becoming among introductory texts equivalent to UML Distilled and the extra complicated styles books."

–James Noble

Leverage the standard and productiveness merits of patterns–without the complexity! Design styles defined, moment Edition is the field's least difficult, clearest, so much useful advent to styles. utilizing dozens of up to date Java examples, it exhibits programmers and designers precisely how one can use styles to layout, advance, and bring software program way more successfully.

You'll commence with an entire assessment of the elemental ideas of styles, and the position of object-oriented research and layout in modern software program improvement. Then, utilizing easy-to-understand pattern code, Alan Shalloway and James Trott light up dozens of ultra-modern most precious styles: their underlying techniques, benefits, tradeoffs, implementation options, and pitfalls to prevent. Many styles are observed via UML diagrams.

Building on their best-selling First variation, Shalloway and Trott have completely up-to-date this ebook to mirror new software program layout developments, styles, and implementation recommendations. Reflecting huge reader suggestions, they've got deepened and clarified insurance all through, and reorganized content material for even better ease of knowing. New and remodeled insurance during this version comprises

  • Better how one can begin "thinking in styles"
  • How layout styles can facilitate agile improvement utilizing severe Programming and different tools
  • How to take advantage of commonality and variability research to layout program architectures
  • The key position of checking out right into a patterns-driven improvement method
  • How to take advantage of factories to instantiate and deal with gadgets extra successfully
  • The Object-Pool Pattern–a new trend now not pointed out by way of the "Gang of 4"
  • New study/practice questions on the finish of each chapter

Gentle but thorough, this booklet assumes no styles event whatever. it is the excellent "first booklet" on styles, and an ideal supplement to Gamma's vintage Design Patterns. in case you are a programmer or architect who desires the clearest attainable knowing of layout patterns–or if you have got struggled to cause them to paintings for you–read this book.

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JavaServer Faces: Introduction by Example by Josh Juneau

By Josh Juneau

This e-book is set utilizing JavaServer Faces to create and set up interactive purposes dropped at finish clients through a browser interface. JavaServer Faces is the component-based know-how allowing effortless improvement of such purposes, specifically purposes of the kind typically wanted in firm environments. JavaServerFaces: creation through Example is a to-the-point, 250-page creation to an enormous know-how that each Java company version programmer may still recognize and be ready to use.

JavaServer Faces: creation by means of Example takes you thru construction and deploying servlet-based websites equipped round JavaServer Faces, Facelets, controlled Java Beans, and prebuilt user-interface elements. you will learn how to construct person interfaces that run within the browser, to demonstrate information drawn from company databases, settle for person enter, care for blunders and exceptions, and extra.

JavaServer Faces is a crucial user-interface expertise for any Java developer to benefit who works in an company atmosphere. JavaServer Faces: advent through Example is your no-nonsense advisor to getting begun at once in benefiting from the technology's component-driven approach.

  • Introduces servlets, that are the foundation for JavaServer Faces applications
  • Covers improvement and deployment of consumer interfaces within the browser
  • Demonstrates complex ideas reminiscent of using AJAX

What you’ll learn

  • Create websites to give dynamic content material drawn from databases and different sources
  • Accept and reply to consumer enter, together with validation and mistake handling
  • Embed Java as a way to deal with company logic
  • Implement navigation to manage a user's direction via a transaction
  • Design pages with Facelets, the view-definition language of JavaServer Pages
  • Respond to person activities in genuine time by utilizing AJAX-based techniques

Who this booklet is for

JavaServer Faces: advent through Example is written for Java company version builders eager to strengthen user-interfaces that run within the browser and are component-based for speedy improvement and deployment.

Table of Contents

1. advent to Servlets

2. JavaServer Pages

3. the fundamentals of JavaServer Faces

4. Facelets

5. usual Components

6. complex and Ajax

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Ruby Quick Syntax Reference by Matt Clements

By Matt Clements

Ruby quickly Syntax Reference is a condensed code and syntax connection with the Ruby scripting language. It provides the basic Ruby syntax in a well-organized layout that may be used as a convenient reference.

You will not locate any technical jargon, bloated samples, drawn out background classes, or witty tales during this booklet. What you can find is a language reference that's concise, to the purpose and hugely accessible.  The booklet is choked with invaluable details and is a must have for any Ruby programmer.

In Ruby quickly Syntax Reference, you are going to find:

  • A concise connection with the Ruby language syntax.
  • Short, easy, and targeted code examples.
  • A good laid out desk of contents and a entire index, permitting effortless review.

What you’ll learn

  • What variables, operators, strings, arrays, blocks, and procs are
  • How to control statements and keep watch over buildings
  • How to create Ruby periods and modules
  • How to take advantage of metaprogramming and alter periods
  • How to exploit loops and new release
  • How to control error and exceptions

Who this booklet is for

This ebook is a short, convenient pocket syntax reference for knowledgeable Ruby programmers, and a concise, easily-digested creation for different programmers new to Ruby.

Table of Contents

  1. Chapter One: Introducing Ruby
  2. Chapter : Operators
  3. Chapter 3: Strings
  4. Chapter 4: Arrays
  5. Chapter 5: Hashes
  6. Chapter Six: Numbers
  7. Chapter Seven: Booleans
  8. Chapter 8: gadgets
  9. Chapter 9: Loops and Iterators
  10. Chapter Ten: capabilities and techniques
  11. Chapter 11: sessions and Modules
  12. Chapter Twelve: Blocks, Procs, and Lambdas
  13. Chapter 13: blunders and Exceptions
  14. Chapter Fourteen: Input/Output
  15. Chapter Fifteen: documents and Directories
  16. Chapter 16: Metaprogramming

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Introduction to the Semantic Web and Semantic Web Services, by Liyang Yu

By Liyang Yu

If the attractiveness of a know-how is the unassuming method it matches into our day-by-day lives, what can be extra dependent than the global internet? "Google it", has develop into as a lot part of our lexicon as "Ok?" and but with the Semantic net "Googling" will look like kid's play.In "Introduction to the Semantic net & Semantic net Services", Dr. Liyang Yu offers a such a lot comprehensible clarification of the Semantic internet and what it has to provide. In 4 significant elements Dr. Yu not just is helping us comprehend the restrictions of the prevailing WWW but additionally the way it will be prolonged to make it extra comprehensible to pcs and supply extra automatic reasoning for people.From an architectural and engineering standpoint we research that the Semantic internet calls for 3 significant elements for it to carry on its promise. those include:a. Ontology- Which brings jointly area appropriate info and identifies relationships one of the info to make it much more valuableb. Web-Page Mark-up - Which hyperlinks decentralized web content to the Ontology. those hyperlinks announce to all readers of a Web-Page that its that means will be higher understood via realizing the bigger physique of data of which it's a part.c. better seek Engine - Which has the potential to use improved reasoning and inference services utilizing the further info supplied via the Ontology.Realizing the advantages of the Semantic net would require fixing a vintage bird and egg challenge. truly, Ontologies are the extra worth of the Semantic net. they convey details that by no means existed sooner than and used to be by no means recognized to the creators of the Web's decentralized and uncoordinated gadgets. although, traders are reluctant to create Ontologies with no shoppers of the knowledge they supply. even as se's and web content vendors are reluctant to make the investments that make Ontologies usable till Ontologies exhibit the recent details they are going to make on hand. the foremost to this challenge is leaping beginning Ontologies. marketers needs to come ahead and picture the shoppers that may pay for the price further by way of Ontologies and easily promote their buyers on their price. it really is what marketers do and the Semantic internet is definitely in an entrepreneurial kingdom of its existence cycle.In precis, Dr Yu presents us a transparent figuring out the ongoing beauty of the WWW and why it's going to remain an excellent extra unassuming yet very important a part of our each day lives while it turns into the Semantic internet.

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A Primer on Scientific Programming with Python (Texts in by Hans Petter Langtangen

By Hans Petter Langtangen

The e-book serves as a primary creation to computing device programming of clinical functions, utilizing the high-level Python language. The exposition is instance and problem-oriented, the place the functions are taken from arithmetic, numerical calculus, information, physics, biology and finance. The booklet teaches "Matlab-style" and procedural programming in addition to object-oriented programming. highschool arithmetic is a required history and it's effective to review classical and numerical one-variable calculus in parallel with studying this booklet. in addition to studying the way to software desktops, the reader also will the right way to resolve mathematical difficulties, bobbing up in quite a few branches of technology and engineering, using numerical tools and programming. by way of mixing programming, arithmetic and clinical functions, the ebook lays a great beginning for training computational science.

From the reviews: Langtangen … does an outstanding activity of introducing programming as a suite of talents in challenge fixing. He publications the reader into considering adequately approximately generating software good judgment and information buildings for modeling real-world difficulties utilizing gadgets and services and embracing the object-oriented paradigm. … Summing Up: hugely recommended. 

F. H. Wild III, selection, Vol. forty seven (8), April 2010

Those people who've discovered clinical programming in Python ‘on the streets’ can be a little jealous of scholars who've the chance to take a direction out of Langtangen’s Primer.” 
John D. prepare dinner, The Mathematical organization of the USA, September 2011

This booklet is going via Python particularly, and programming commonly, through projects that scientists will most probably practice. It includes precious information for scholars new to clinical computing and often is the ideal bridge among an advent to programming and a sophisticated direction on numerical equipment or computational science.
Alex Small, IEEE, CiSE Vol. 14 (2), March/April 2012  

“This fourth version is an excellent, inclusive textbook that covers pretty well every little thing one must be aware of to head from 0 to relatively subtle clinical programming in Python…”
Joan Horvath, Computing stories, March 2015 


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