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Javascript: QuickStart Guide – Effective Javascript Programming (Javascript, Programming, HTML, CSS)

Learn the Basics of JavaScript Programming Quickly with this Definitive Guide

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Are you an amateur just getting started with JavaScript Programming? Have you ever thought what you could achieve if you could create something from the scratch that’d solve problems in just seconds?
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Absolute Beginner (Part 1) Java 4 Selenium WebDriver: Come Learn How To Program For Automation Testing

Are You Interested in Selenium WebDriver? This is one of the best Java books specifically for Selenium Note: The Kindle Edition is free. Book available on your kindle device, tablet, phone, PDF, PC, Mac, and paperback (Black/White & Color). You will find details of downloading the PDF document inside the . . . → Read More: Absolute Beginner (Part 1) Java 4 Selenium WebDriver: Come Learn How To Program For Automation Testing

Thinking in JavaScript

JavaScript is a scripting language for the web. Before we delve into the intricacies of JavaScript, we need to know why it is used. While HTML tells your browser how your webpage will look, JavaScript is used for dynamic content and to add functionality. Using this book, you will understand the concept of JavaScript and its use in . . . → Read More: Thinking in JavaScript

What Is HTML5?

HTML5: Everyone’s using it, nobody knows what it is. I realize that sounds more like a line out of an existential movie — maybe Waiting for Godot or a screenplay by Sartre — than a statement about HTML5. But it’s really the truth: most of the people using HTML5 are treating it as HTML4+, or even worse, HTML4 . . . → Read More: What Is HTML5?

What’s New in Java 7

Java 7 has a number of features that will please developers. Madhusudhan Konda provides an overview of these, including strings in switch statements, multi-catch exception handling, try-with-resource statements, the new File System API, extensions of the JVM, support for dynamically-typed languages, and the fork and join framework for . . . → Read More: What’s New in Java 7

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