#3. JAVA: The Practical Beginner’s Guide to Learn Java Programming in One Day Step-by-Step (#2020 Updated Version | Effective Computer Programming)
This book “JAVA: The Practical Beginner’s Guide to Learn Java Programming in One Day Step-by-Step (#2020 Updated Version | Effective Computer Programming) by Steve Tudor” Despite everything, I saw the book as extremely helpful. It expects the peruser doesn’t have earlier information on programming and starts with the history/beginning of Java and gradually expanding on ideas from that point. Since the objective of the book is to learn Java in a day, only one out of every odd moment subtlety is given or each programming goody referenced, as it ought to be. This is a decent, snappy prologue to Java and it won’t frustrate.
This book “Easy React JS for Beginner Developers by Ibas Marcus” A step-by-step visual guide to learn React js and building your own React applications from scratch. If you are the WordPress guy looking at developing a modern WordPress theme, you’ll need React knowledge to build and customize custom blocks in the new Gutenberg post editor. Then this React book is for you. React is no doubt one of the highly in-demand web skills at the moment as you can see that most modern technologies require the knowledge to build them. From Gatsby to WordPress CMS. This makes React a good choice for you to learn. What this tells you as a developer is that you should have React on your resume’ if you are aiming to create astonishing websites and applications. In this easy-to-follow React book, you will learn the React fundamentals and all that is required to build awesome React apps.
Author Dan Vanderkam, a principal software engineer at Sidewalk Labs, shows you how to apply these ideas, following the format popularized by Effective C++ and Effective Java (both from Addison-Wesley). You’ll advance from a beginning or intermediate user familiar with the basics to an advanced user who knows how to use the language well.
This book “Refactoring TypeScript by James Hickey” is the 1st edition books. Refactoring improves your code without changing its behavior. With refactoring, the best approach is to apply small targeted changes to a codebase. Instead of doing a huge sweeping change to your code, refactoring is better as a long-term and continuous enterprise. Refactoring TypeScript explains how to spot bugs and remove them from your code.
You’ll start by seeing how wordy conditionals, methods, and null checks make code unhealthy and unstable. Whether it is identifying messy nested conditionals or removing unnecessary methods, this book will show various techniques to avoid these pitfalls and write code that is easier to understand, maintain, and test. By the end of the book, you’ll have learned some of the main causes of unhealthy code, tips to identify them and techniques to address them.
This book starts by introducing the concepts of .NET framework. It then discusses OOP and explores how one can work with OOP in C#. There are two chapters on OOP: the first one covers the basics of object-oriented programming (OOP); and the second one delineates advanced concepts related to OOP and how they can be implemented in C#.
Next, the book discusses Language Integrated Query (LINQ) and how to work with it in C#, followed by multithreading, asynchronous and parallel programming concepts with relevant code examples to illustrate the concepts covered. Generics, collections, generic collections, delegates, lambda expressions are also covered in this section.
In the last section of the book, serialization, file I/O and how to work with them in C# are discussed concisely. A separate chapter on C# 8.0 is added to highlight its new features. .. There is an appendix chapter as well that discusses how one can get started working with Visual Studio 2019.
#8. Natural Language Processing in Action: Understanding, analyzing, and generating text with Python
Natural Language Processing in Action is your guide to creating machines that understand human language using the power of Python with its ecosystem of packages dedicated to NLP and AI. Purchase of the print book includes a free eBook in PDF, Kindle, and ePub formats from Manning Publications. All examples are included in the open source `nlpia` package on python.org and github.com, complete with a conda environment and Dockerfile to help you get going quickly on any platform.
Natural Language Processing in Action is your guide to building machines that can read and interpret human language. In it, you’ll use readily available Python packages to capture the meaning in text and react accordingly. The book expands traditional NLP approaches to include neural networks, modern deep learning algorithms, and generative techniques as you tackle real-world problems like extracting dates and names, composing text, and answering free-form questions.
React Hooks revolutionize how you manage state and effects in your web applications. They enable you to build simple and concise React.js applications, along with helping you avoid using wrapper components in your applications, making it easy to refactor code.
This React book starts by introducing you to React Hooks. You will then get to grips with building a complex UI in React while keeping the code simple and extensible. Next, you will quickly move on to building your first applications with React Hooks. In the next few chapters, the book delves into various Hooks, including the State and Effect Hooks. After covering State Hooks and understanding how to use them, you will focus on the capabilities of Effect Hooks for adding advanced functionality to React apps. You will later explore the Suspense and Context APIs and how they can be used with Hooks. Toward the concluding chapters, you will learn how to integrate Redux and MobX with React Hooks.
This book will serve as an introduction to both new and well established libraries and frameworks, such as Angular, VueJS, React, Grunt, Yeoman, RequireJS, Browserify, Knockout, Kraken, Async.js, Underscore, and Lodash. It also covers utilities that have gained popular traction and support from seasoned developers and tools applicable to the entire development stack, both client- and server-side.
Easy React JS for Beginner Developers: A step-by-step visual guide to learn React js and building your own React applications from scratch. If you are the WordPress guy looking at developing a modern WordPress theme, you’ll need React knowledge to build and customize custom blocks in the new Gutenberg post editor. Then this React book is for you. React is no doubt one of the highly in-demand web skills at the moment as you can see that most modern technologies require the knowledge to build them. From Gatsby to WordPress CMS. This makes React a good choice for you to learn. What this tells you as a developer is that you should have React on your resume’ if you are aiming to create astonishing websites and applications. In this easy-to-follow React book, you will learn the React fundamentals and all that is required to build awesome React apps.
Getting set up and moving with WebAssembly requires you to modify your web dev process; WebAssembly in Action will get you started quickly and guide you through real-world examples and detailed diagrams that help you create, run, and debug WebAssembly modules.
Authors Alex Banks and Eve Porcello show you how to create UIs that can deftly display changes without page reloads on large-scale data-driven websites. You’ll also discover how to work with functional programming and the latest ECMAScript features. Once you learn how to build React components with this hands-on guide, you’ll understand just how useful React
This book shows you how to test Vue.js components easily and take advantage of the fully-featured Jest testing framework with the aid of practical examples. You’ll learn the different testing styles and their structures. You’ll also explore how your Vue.js components respond to various tests.
Angular 8 for Enterprise-Ready Web Applications – Second Edition: Build and deliver production-grade and evergreen Angular apps at cloud-scale. A hands-on guide with a minimalist and flexible approach that enables quick learning and rapid delivery of cloud-ready enterprise applications with Angular 8
The first part of the book is about mastering Angular fundamentals. You will use the Kanban method and GitHub tools to focus on value delivery, build great looking apps with Angular Material, leverage reactive programming patterns with RxJS, and deploy your app to the cloud using Docker.
The second part of the book will guide you through designing and developing line-of-business apps with observable data anchors, demonstrated through oft-used recipes like master/detail views, and data grids with pagination and forms. You will learn robust authentication and authorization design, automated unit testing, API mocking using Swagger, and continuous integration using CircleCI.
Type-related failures are common and can be very costly. Famously, in 1999, NASA’s Mars Climate Orbiter burned up in the atmosphere because of an error that could have easily been prevented with typing. By taking advantage of the strong type systems available in most modern programming languages, you can eliminate whole classes of errors.
Programming with Types teaches you type system techniques for writing software that’s safe, correct, easy to test and maintain, and that practically documents itself. Master these techniques, and you may even help prevent an interstellar catastrophe!
You’ll start with a simple progressive web app, then incrementally expand and extend it with state-of-the-art features, usability, and performance. All example source code is available on Github, and additional resources will be available through the author’s site, pwalearn.com.