In this tutorial I show how to use 50 different tags in HTML. I then give an example of each. This video was done because of a dare and you’ll either love it or hate it. I hope you love it of course. Link to code: Link to article on HTML with examples:
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in this tutorial we will be making a slideshow using a simple javascript code and costumized for the iphone (theme) (full code) If you are trying to add this to a existing website (more images and more code) follow my other video where i show you a quick fix so the slideshow doesn’t interfere with the rest of the images Javiascript Slideshow Fix Video: http
Download link – So uh, yeah. Everythings in the video.
Part 20 – Tutorials on Dictionaries
After trying and failing with a few different walkthroughs I made my own. This guide will show you how to install RVM, any version of ruby and 3.x RAILS. It also shows how to edit the Gemfile and use bundler to install Rails plugins.
Higher Quality: The Code Is: class Test def initialize print “Hello World!” print “What Are You Doing Today?” end end JQuery Playlist For help: FaceBook:
Watch more at This specific tutorial is a single movie from chapter one of the jQuery Essential Training course presented by author Joe Marini. The complete course has a total duration of 4 hours and 9 minutes. jQuery Essential Training table of contents: Introduction 1. Overview of jQuery 2. Retrieving Page Content 3. Manipulating Page Content 4. Working with Events 5. jQuery Animations and Effects 6. Using the jQuery UI Plug-In 7. Putting It All Together Conclusion
More info at: Want to create a game for your hot new phone or tablet but not up to slogging through chapter after chapter of Objective-C or Java? Then this is the course for you. Take the web skills you already have and enhance them with HTML5 and jQuery Mobile to build fun games which run on all of the latest mobile devices. This is the first of six planned videos. The next one will be release on October 30, 2012. – use this tool to create your own customized, clickable, HTML5 compatible United States (US) map in minutes! You can get a 100%, fully functional embed code for free. You can also pay a small, one-time fee to save the map to come back and update it later if you wish. presents: How to install and use Eclipse–a free, open source platform–as a professional Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for developing PHP applications. Code coloring, intellisense, debugging, and everything else programmers expect in an IDE are available in a PHP IDE for free! High quality, full length versions of this video can be found on our website:
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Google Tech Talks March 7, 2007 ABSTRACT The upcoming C++ standard will have many new features, several major and many minor. The major features are concurrency, template concepts, move semantics, generalized constant expressions, automatic variable typing, and garbage collection. We will present an overview of the major features and breeze through a list of other features, commenting on their likeliness to make the standard. This is another in the series of talks in Advanced Topics in Programming Languages. Credits: Speaker:Lawrence Crowl
Part 1: This is a simple installation of Ruby on Rails for Windows. I cover how to install Ruby, Rails, MySQL and the MySQL gem. I also give a brief look at two IDE’s for Rails development on Windows, RubyMine and AptanaStudio.
This screencast is a pair programming session between David Heinemeier Hansson and Miles K. Forrest (fullsize version at Miles is new to web application programming and a “bunny hill” rails developer at best. If you’re new to Rails perhaps this 35 minute screencast might help point you in the right direction.
Google Tech Talks October 5, 2006 David Pollak has been developing commercial software for 28 years. He founded Athena Design and wrote Mesa, the first real-time spreadsheet. David wrote Integer, the first online, collaborative spreadsheet. Since 2000, David has been developing domain specific languages for security and general web development. ABSTRACT David will describe a framework for developing DSLs which includes: * Identifying the constituents in a development project; * Determining the costs and benefits of a DSL for a particular constituency vs. hand-coding functionality for that constituency based on interviews and specs; * Identifying the ‘thought leader’ in a [More]
Visit for High Rez Version – Many more free videos, including this one can be seen at VideoTutorialZone in HIGHER RESOLUTION. MySQL is a multithreaded, multi-user SQL database management system which has over 10 million installations. It runs as a server providing multi-user access to databases. It is by far the most popular and common database used in web applications throughout the world, and almost all hosting companies provide it free of charge to their users. MySQL AB makes MySQL Server available as free software under the GNU General Public License (GPL). For this tutorial we are going to [More]