Learn to build web applications with Catalyst, the popular open-source web framework based on the Perl programming language. The Definitive Guide to Catalyst: Writing Extendable, Scalable, and Maintainable Perl-Based Web Applications is a definitive guide to Catalyst version 5.8.
The modern Web is awash with data and services just waiting to be used, but how do you make effective use of all this information? The answer lies in APIs (such as Google Maps, Flickr, and Amazon Web Services) and remixing, or mashups.
With the new ASP.NET Web API framework, HTTP has become a first-class citizen of .NET. Pro ASP.NET Web API shows you how to put this new technology into practice to build flexible, extensible web services that run seamlessly on a range of operating systems and devices.
Practical ASP.NET Web API is a down-to-earth introduction to using the Web API to solve common professional problems. Taking a code-centric approach and emphasizing the way that you create, build and run code in the real world, you'll learn the fundamentals of Web API by seeing them in action and working with them in a hands-on way.
Google Guice: Agile Lightweight Dependency Injection Framework will not only tell you "how," it will also tell you "why" and "why not," so that all the knowledge you gain will be as widely applicable as possible. Filled with examples and background information, this book is an invaluable addition to your knowledge of modern agile Java.
Facebook API Developers Guide covers the use and implementation of the Facebook APIwhat the key features are and how you can access them. You will learn, through practical examples, the main features of the Facebook API including an introduction to the API-specific languages FQL and FBML.
This unique guide will help you understand just how you can integrate eBay's customers and services with your website and inventory system, or even write your own stand-alone applications that eBay buyers and sellers can use to enhance their eBay experience.
If you are a Java programmer, this book offers you a Java approach to beginning Google App Engine. You will explore the runtime environment, front-end technologies like Google Web Toolkit, and the datastore behind App Engine. You'll also explore Java support on App Engine from end to end.
Learn to build rich, user-friendly web applications using a popular Java-based Ajax web framework, the Google Web Toolkit. The authors will guide you through the complete development of a Google Web Toolkit front end application with a no-nonsense, down-to-earth approach.