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Integrating PHP Projects with Jenkins

by Sebastian Bergmann

Today's web applications require frequent updates, not just by adding or upgrading features, but by maintaining and improving the software’s existing code base as well. This concise book shows PHP developers...


Getting Started with RStudio

by John Verzani

Dive into the RStudio Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for using and programming R, the popular open source software for statistical computing and graphics. This concise book provides new and experienced...


Designing Data Visualizations: Representing Informational Relationships

by Noah Iliinsky & Julie Steele

Data visualization is an efficient and effective medium for communicating large amounts of information, but the design process can often seem like an unexplainable creative endeavor. This concise book aims to...


Computer Security Basics

by Rick Lehtinen & G. T., Sr. Gangemi

This is the must-have book for a must-know field. Today, general security knowledge is mandatory, and, if you who need to understand the fundamentals, Computer Security Basics 2nd Edition is the book to consult....


Photoshop Elements 10: The Missing Manual

by Barbara Brundage

Elements 10 offers much of Photoshop's power without the huge price tag. It's a great tool for most image-editing buffs—whether you’re a photographer, scrapbooker, or aspiring graphic artist. But Elements...


Droid X2: The Missing Manual

by Preston Gralla

Droid X2 has more power and better graphics than its predecessor, but it still doesn’t offer a printed guide to its amazing features. This Missing Manual helps you dig deep into everything Droid X2 can do....


Managing & Using MySQL: Open Source SQL Databases for Managing Information & Web Sites

by Tim King, George Reese & Randy Yarger

MySQL is a popular and robust open source database product that supports key subsets of SQL on both Linux and Unix systems. MySQL is free for nonprofit use and costs a small amount for commercial use. Unlike...


Privacy and Big Data

by Mary E. Ludloff & Terence Craig

Much of what constitutes Big Data is information about us. Through our online activities, we leave an easy-to-follow trail of digital footprints that reveal who we are, what we buy, where we go, and much more....


Using the HTML5 Filesystem API

by Eric Bidelman

Several client-side storage options are available to web applications, but one area that's been lacking until now is file I/O—the ability to organize binary data into a true hierarchy of folders. That has...


Practical JIRA Plugins

by Matthew B. Doar & Jonathan Doklovic

One advantage of using JIRA for issue tracking, bug tracking, or project management is the ability to extend this tool with hundreds of plugins from the JIRA community. In this concise book, software toolsmith...


Just Spring

by Madhusudhan Konda

Get a concise introduction to Spring, the popular open source framework for building lightweight enterprise applications on the Java platform. This example-driven book for Java developers delves into the framework’s...


Getting Started with GEO, CouchDB, and Node.js

by Mick Thompson

Today's mobile devices have GPS and standard APIs to give you access to coordinates—but what can you do with that data? With this concise book, application developers learn how to work with location data quickly...


Functional Programming for Java Developers: Tools for Better Concurrency, Abstraction, and Agility

by Dean Wampler

Software development today is embracing functional programming (FP), whether it's for writing concurrent programs or for managing Big Data. Where does that leave Java developers? This concise book offers a pragmatic,...


Elastic Beanstalk

by Jurg van Vliet, Flavia Paganelli & Steven van Wel

While it's always been possible to run Java applications on Amazon EC2, Amazon's Elastic Beanstalk makes the process easier—especially if you understand how it works beneath the surface. This concise, hands-on...


Basic Sensors in iOS: Programming the Accelerometer, Gyroscope, and More

by Alasdair Allan

What really sets the iPhone apart from laptops and PCs is its use of onboard sensors, including those that are location-enabled. This concise book takes experienced iPhone and Mac developers on a detailed tour...


Redis Cookbook

by Tiago Macedo & Fred Oliveira

Two years since its initial release, Redis already has an impressive list of adopters, including Engine Yard, GitHub, Craigslist, and Digg. This open source data structure server is built for speed and flexibility,...


RELAX NG

by Eric van der Vlist

As developers know, the beauty of XML is that it is extensible, even to the point that you can invent new elements and attributes as you write XML documents. Then, however, you need to define your changes so...


Deploying OpenStack

by Ken Pepple

OpenStack was created with the audacious goal of being the ubiquitous software choice for building public and private cloud infrastructures. In just over a year, it's become the most talked-about project in...


XML Schema: The W3C's Object-Oriented Descriptions for XML

by Eric van der Vlist

If you need to create or use formal descriptions of XML vocabularies, the W3C's XML Schema offers a powerful set of tools for defining acceptable document structures and content. An alternative to DTDs as the...


Programming the Perl DBI: Database programming with Perl

by Tim Bunce & Alligator Descartes

One of the greatest strengths of the Perl programming language is its ability to manipulate large amounts of data. Database programming is therefore a natural fit for Perl, not only for business applications...