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  • Getting StartED Building Websites

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    Alexander Dawson

    Where do you start? What languages should you learn? What techniques should you use to produce your site? What should you put on your site? How do you make it look appealing? How do you update it? This book takes into account the most frequently asked website design and development questions and gives you straightforward answers.
  • Getting StartED with CSS

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    David Powers

    Getting StartED with CSS takes a practical approach by showing you how to use CSS in simple stages, starting by changing the default appearance of HTML tags to improve the look of text and links.—By the end of the book you'll have a solid understanding of all the main aspects of CSS.
  • Introducing Silverlight 4

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    Ashish Ghoda

    Brings you up to speed with version 4 of Silverlight quickly and efficiently. The book builds off your understanding of the basics of .NET coding and WPF, allowing your journey to Silverlight 4 proficiency to be as quick and painless as possible.
  • JavaScript Creativity

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    Shane Hudson

    JavaScript Creativity teaches you how to use every feature of this versatile and powerful language in exciting and creative ways. Master your use of canvas, animation, audio and video, 3D visualizations, motion detection, real-time collaboration, and so much more.
  • JavaScript Quick Syntax Reference

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    Mikael Olsson

    The JavaScript Quick Syntax Reference is a condensed syntax reference to the JavaScript language.  It presents the essentials of JavaScript in a well organized format that can be used as a handy reference.  This includes the latest ECMAScript 5, JSON and DOM specifications and implementations.
  • Mobile ASP.NET MVC 5

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    Eric Sowell

    Have you got an idea for a great mobile site, or an existing site that you want to adapt for mobile? With Mobile ASP.NET MVC 5, learn to overcome the challenges presented by the wide range of mobile devices out there today, and give your users content designed to work for them and make the most of their devices' capabilities.

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