Windows 8 XAML Primer is a fast-paced 100 page introduction for Windows 8 developers who want to get their XAML skills into shape ready for Windows 8 development. If you're a C# developer this book offers you practical, hands-on training of Windows 8 XAML development from the first page!
Web Standards: Mastering HTML5, CSS3, and XML is a comprehensive¬†guide to¬†current and future standards for the World Wide Web.¬†It reveals techniques to obtain standards compliance in development and redesign through step-by-step guides, along with the most common web standards¬†problems and their solutions.
Pro HTML5 Performance provides a practical guide to building extremely fast, light-weight and scalable websites using fully standards compliant techniques. It strikes a balance between imparting best-practice information for when youre building ground up and instantly applicable techniques to help you solve issues with your existing projects.
Targeted at "high traffic" websitesthose receiving up to 10,000 unique visitors a dayPro CSS for High Traffic Websites gives you inside information from the professionals on how to get the most out of your web development team.
The book is written by the authors of packetC, a language that supports the programming of network applications with domain-specific type extensions and operations, with features for enhanced application security and with an intuitive, low-complexity approach to parallel programming.
Node.js Recipes¬†is your one-stop reference for learning how to solve Node.js problems. Using a problem-solution approach, this book takes a deep look at many scenarios you will encounter in Node.js, and teaches you how to tackle each of them.
CSS3 contains a broad set of new additions and changes¬†to the core CSS language across a range of modules, which means lots of¬†new things to learn, and¬†lots of new things that can go wrong. This book provides solutions to all of the most common CSS3 problems.
Cloud Standards is a discussion of important existing and future standards. For existing standards, the¬†emphasis is on how they are used and¬†practical advice to engineers constructing clouds and cloud-based services. For future standards, the book focuses on why a standard is needed, what the benefits will be, and what is being done now to fill the gap.