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  • Book chapters // Jan 2010

    Get started developing iPhone apps

    This chapter from iPhone for Programmers: An App-Driven Approach looks at iPhone functionality, the updated features of the iPhone 3GS and the iPhone 3x operating system, the Cocoa frameworks, Objective-C programming and the iPhone SDK 3, design patterns, and object technology concepts -- winding up with a walk-through...

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  • Downloads // Jun 2009

    Designing database applications for optimal performance

    In his book review of Prentice Hall's The Data Access Handbook, TechRepublic blogger Justin James notes that chapter two provided him with more information about database connectivity than he learned during his years of working in the field. Download the chapter to get performance tips for using connection...

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  • Book chapters // Apr 2008

    Understand network addressing architecture by studying its evolution

    In the early days of the development of networks, major issues with addressing were ignored in favor of simple -- and adequate -- solutions. Unfortunately, addressing architecture hasn't kept pace with network growth. This sample chapter from Patterns in Network Architecture: A Return to Fundamentals offers a detailed look...

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  • Book chapters // May 2007

    Create a full-featured, database-driven Web application using free and open source software

    Practical PHP and MySQL: Building Eight Dynamic Web Applications demonstrates that it's easy to build commercial-quality Web applications using free and open source software. The book walks you through the code for eight useful, dynamic Web applications, and includes diagrams and screenshots as well as simple, practical explanations for...

    Provided By Prentice Hall PTR

  • Book chapters // May 2007

    Create a full-featured, database-driven Web application using free and open source software

    Practical PHP and MySQL: Building Eight Dynamic Web Applications demonstrates that it's easy to build commercial-quality Web applications using free and open source software. The book walks you through the code for eight useful, dynamic Web applications, and includes diagrams and screenshots as well as simple, practical explanations for...

    Provided By Prentice Hall PTR

  • Book chapters // Apr 2008

    Understand network addressing architecture by studying its evolution

    In the early days of the development of networks, major issues with addressing were ignored in favor of simple -- and adequate -- solutions. Unfortunately, addressing architecture hasn't kept pace with network growth. This sample chapter from Patterns in Network Architecture: A Return to Fundamentals offers a detailed look...

    Provided By Prentice Hall PTR

  • Book chapters // Jan 2010

    Get started developing iPhone apps

    This chapter from iPhone for Programmers: An App-Driven Approach looks at iPhone functionality, the updated features of the iPhone 3GS and the iPhone 3x operating system, the Cocoa frameworks, Objective-C programming and the iPhone SDK 3, design patterns, and object technology concepts -- winding up with a walk-through...

    Provided By Prentice Hall PTR

  • Downloads // Jun 2009

    Designing database applications for optimal performance

    In his book review of Prentice Hall's The Data Access Handbook, TechRepublic blogger Justin James notes that chapter two provided him with more information about database connectivity than he learned during his years of working in the field. Download the chapter to get performance tips for using connection...

    Provided By Prentice Hall PTR