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25 must read HTML, CSS and jQuery books

Everyone knows that in order to create the best websites you need to be up-to-date with the latest trends and developments. We asked experts and long timer designers and developers to share with us their favorite books, and the result is a selection of the very best books that everyone should read. Our list includes 25 books that all developers must read if they want to create great web sites. We cover everything from HTML to CSS, JavaScript and jQuery books. 1. Introducing HTML5 ...    ...
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Getting Started with Python Programming: Creating a Blog

How do you create a simple, dynamic website using the Python programming language? In this tutorial we are going to learn how to do exactly that. First, lets get some basics about Python. Classes and Methods in Python ... Python is primarily object-oriented. Class instances (objects) in Python are defined as shown below: class coder: coding_languages = 10 david = coder() david.coding_languages = 5 print “David knows s languages.” % david.coding_languages Running the above script from the...
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Python and Web: Building Dynamic Web Forms in Web2Py from Ground – Part I

Accept it. Under the particular domain of web development, Python has offered much more than we expected it to in the early 2000’s. It now offers multiple pre-built web frameworks that even a novice coder can utilize for the development of complex applications. Today, we will witness it. Today, we will go through the process of building a dynamic web form using one of its frameworks called Web2Py on a local machine/server. In the progression of this tutorial, you will be able to learn how dynamic web...
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PHP Error Checking

“Just when you think you've made something foolproof, God makes a better brand of fool.” This maxim of manufacturing also applies to software development, especially on a highly accessible technology like web applications. As much as programmers attempt to anticipate every possible action or combination of actions that a user can take when encountering a web application, no one can foresee them all. When the user takes an unanticipated course of action and “breaks” the application, the...
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Displaying the Progress of Tasks with HTML5

With the progress element, HTML5 pages can display the progress of a task, for example a download or background activity. In this tutorial we will demonstrate how to use the progress element in your pages, with a simple JavaScript function updating the element as the task executes. At the moment the progress element is only really supported in Firefox, Chrome and Opera, with support developing in Internet Explorer and Safari, so you can't rely on it just yet. For demonstration, we are simply going to...
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Common PHP File Upload Restrictions

From family photos to business documents, file uploads power many of the major web applications. A typical HTML form that allows the user to upload a file may look like this: <html> <body> <form action="upload_file.php" method="post" enctype="multipart/form-data"> File Name: <input type="file" name="file" id="file" />  <br /> <input type="submit" name="submit" value="Submit" /> </form> </body> </html> In this case, the...
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5 PHP Security Measures

For many years, PHP has been a stable, inexpensive platform on which to operate web-based applications. Like most web-based platforms, PHP is vulnerable to external attacks. Developers, database architects and system administrators should take precautions before deploying PHP applications to a live server. Most of these techniques can be accomplished with a few lines of code or a slight adjustment to the application settings. #5: Manage Setup Scripts ... If the developer has installed a set...
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5 Differences Between C# and Java: Data Types

The line between desktop development and web-based applications has been all but obliterated in the last few years. With the advent of smartphones, especially Google’s Java-based Android operating system, developers are scrambling to jump onto the newest technology, while fearing that the skills they have cultivated over the years may become obsolete. Many former C++ and C# programmers are migrating their way to Java applications. While the languages are remarkably similar (as Java was built...
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