Monday, February 24, 2014

Windows Phone 7 Basics

The course introduces you to the basics of the Windows Phone 7 development using Visual Studio 2010 and Blend. The course will provide you with an overview of the platform and the tools you need to get started as well as deep dive into the phone’s execution and navigation models.

Sunday, February 23, 2014

Apple Real Racing 3 v2.0.3

Real Racing 3 is an award-winning franchise that sets a new standard for mobile racing games – it really must be experienced to be believed.

Hands-on Windows Phone 7 Development

This course is intended for developers who are familiar with the fundamentals of Windows Phone 7 development. It tackles many of the issues developers will run into in practice when developing real applications, including application architecture, working with services, handling data, and managing settings and state.

Saturday, February 22, 2014

Cloud Computing First Look

In this course, author David Rivers explains the essentials of cloud computing and answers the basic question: What is the cloud? The course then explores the benefits and drawbacks of cloud computing, including a candid look at balancing the sharing and privacy issues with the productivity gains of working in the cloud.

PayPal Essential Training

In this course, author Christopher Spencer shows how to send and receive online payments securely with PayPal. The course demonstrates linking bank accounts to PayPal, paying for purchases, generating professional invoices, and processing payments via text message. Christopher also explains how to download and review transaction reports, manage disputes, and increase charitable contributions online.

Lighting for Photographers: Portraiture

In this course, photographer and teacher Natalie Fobes introduces the techniques behind lighting for portraiture. The course begins with a look at the role of light in setting the mood of a portrait, and then looks at the essential gear photographers need for continuous-light portraiture. (Much of the course is also applicable to strobe lighting.)

Acing Your Interview

Join author Valerie Sutton, as she shows how to ace your interview and land the job you want. Discover the different types of interview questions and styles you might expect, and how to prepare for them by researching the company and practicing your answers. Uncover the best ways to create a good first impression, navigate the interview, and ask smart questions. Finally, the course covers how to assess your performance, thank the company for their time, and follow up on a decision.

WordPress: Creating Custom Widgets and Plugins with PHP

In WordPress: Creating Custom Widgets and Plugins with PHP, Drew Falkman teaches PHP developers how to create custom functionality for WordPress 2.0 through 3.0 using widgets and plugins. This course starts by installing and setting up WordPress 3.0 on both Mac and Windows, then provides an in-depth look at tasks related to these WordPress add-ons: installing and administering, building and customizing, creating editable options and database tables, working with posts and pages, and utilizing jQuery and AJAX. There are also tutorials dedicated to promoting a widget or plugin, adding security, and localizing the interface. Exercise files are included with the course.

Understanding Networking 2

In this course, we cover the Internet and IP Security.
We’ll start at the beginning of the story, understanding where the Internet came from and its fundamental principles of operation. Then we’ll look at some details and improvements such as the Domain Name System, MIME, HTML and HTTP… which form “the Web”. We’ll review how you can connect to the Web from a residence and from an enterprise or organization.

SharePoint 2010 Master Pages for Web Designers

This course covers how to create and customize master pages in SharePoint 2010. You will learn about the structure and layout of the standard SharePoint 2010 master page named v4.master. You will also learn how to create a starter master page which contains the essential placeholders and server-side controls that SharePoint 2010 requires on every master page. Special attention is given to creating a navigation scheme for the top link bar and the quick launch bar using delegate controls so that your master pages work equally well in both team sites and publishing sites.

SharePoint 2010 Branding for Web Designers Fundamentals

This course covers the fundamentals of site branding and Web design in SharePoint 2010. Special attention is given to discussing the differences between team sites and publishing sites from the perspective of a Web designer. You will learn how SharePoint 2010 uses master pages and CSS files to give all the pages in a SharePoint site their standard look and feel. You will also learn how to customize the look and feel of a site using SharePoint Designer 2010 by adding custom CSS files and extending and overriding the default CCS rules used by SharePoint 2010.

iPhone Application Programming

In this course students learn to develop and deploy mobile applications on Apple’s iPhone, iPod touch and iPad.

Windows Phone 7 Data Binding

This course introduces the basic concepts of data binding in Windows Phone development. It then goes on to describe how to use more advanced features such as validation, data templates, list binding, and change notification.

Mono for Android

A basic introduction to using Mono for Android to develop Android applications in C#.

Android Programming with Intents

Virtually all interactivity between Android components occurs through a special messaging concept known as intents. In this course you will learn how to work effectively with and capitalize on the many capabilities of the Android platform provided through intents.

Introduction to Android Development

Beginning level Android course covering basic Android development.

Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Foundations of Programming: Databases

Discover how a database can benefit both you and your architecture, whatever the programming language, operating system, or application type you use. In this course, explore options that range from personal desktop databases to large-scale geographically distributed database servers and classic relational databases to modern document-oriented systems and data warehouses—and learn how to choose the best solution for you. Author Simon Allardice covers key terminology and concepts, such as normalization, “deadly embraces” and “dirty reads,” ACID and CRUD, referential integrity, deadlocks, and rollbacks. The course also explores data modeling step by step through hands-on examples to design the best system for our data. Plus, learn to juggle the competing demands of storage, access, performance, and security—management tasks that are critical to your database’s success.

Google Calendar Essential Training

In this course, Google Apps trainer Susan Metz demonstrates how to use this web-based calendar to manage both your personal and professional schedules. The course shows how to invite attendees and assign resources for any event with the scheduling tool, and how to monitor attendee responses. Tutorials on setting up tasks and troubleshooting errors are also included.

Building an Online Shopping Cart

By 2007, 77% of internet users over the age of 13 — about 131.3 million people — will shop online. In these tutorials, instructor Lawrence Cramer helps give business owners the tools to harness this market effectively. Using an in-depth case study and other varied examples, Lawrence demonstrates how to seamlessly create and incorporate a shopping cart and back end to support online customers. Building an Online Shopping Cartcovers everything from the general concepts of e-commerce to the nitty-gritty of setting up and customizing credit card and order processing features. The training also covers security, customer privacy, building a store, and developing and integrating customer service and policies.

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Up and Running with Facebook

In this course, Justin Seeley gives a quick primer on Facebook, the popular social networking site, showing how to join the conversation, share pictures, and find out what your friends and family are up to all without compromising your privacy. The course shows how to make a Facebook profile; start finding friends; like and view their posts; share your own ideas via status updates, comments, and chat; and post photos, videos, and links. The course also shows how to control your privacy online and access Facebook on the go with your smartphone.

Prelude CS6 Workshop

Today this video technology makes it easier than ever to acquire enormous amounts of media, all of which needs to be ingested, managed, and organized in a way that is useful at every stage of post-production and distribution. Fortunately, Adobe Prelude CS6 provides users with a fast, easy interface for ingesting, transcoding, duplicating, tagging, commenting, and communicating about media. In this course, video expert Maxim Jago introduces the core concepts of metadata management and tagging using Adobe XMP metadata. You will learn how to organize, ingest, transcode, tag, comment, subclip, and build a rough cut before sending media on to Premiere Pro for editing as the complete workflow with the new Adobe Prelude CS6.

Create Your First Online Store with Magento Go

Configuring a shopping cart for your business usually means working with a series of shifting parts. Magento Go helps merchants quickly and easily build a store to sell products and services online, with no software to install and configure and no servers to manage. In this course, author Justin Seeley shows how to use the robust set of tools in Magento Go to create, manage, and grow your online business. The course covers setting up products, product categories, tax settings, and shipping methods; creating payment methods with PayPal, Authorize.Net, and Google Checkout; customizing your store’s pages and themes; and managing customer data and product ratings.

Create Your First Online Store with Drupal Commerce

This course shows how to build an online store using Drupal Commerce, a set of modules that extend Drupal. Author Tom Geller teaches the basics of configuring a store, processing a payment, and charging for shipping and taxes, as well as creating, displaying, and categorizing products. The course also explains how to integrate a store into a Drupal site, customize a store’s appearance, and increase site traffic using search engine optimization (SEO) techniques.

Drupal Gardens Essential Training

Author Tom Geller demonstrates how to create and publish a complete web site with the powerful tools in Acquia’s hosted service, Drupal Gardens. The course shows how to leverage the pre-built page layouts and add custom styling using the ThemeBuilder tool; integrate rich site features, such as surveys, user ratings, and media galleries; and push content to Twitter and Facebook. The course also covers transitioning from a Drupal Gardens site to a self-hosted Drupal site. Exercise files are included with the course.

Illustrator CS6 New Features

With the CS6 release, Adobe Illustrator is turning 25 and has a new look and a few new features. In this course, Justin Seeley hosts a tour of the interface changes and the tools introduced in this version. The course covers Pattern Options for creating simple, repeatable patterns for web graphics, advanced tracing options with the Image Tracing tool, and the improved performance and file management features.

Android Application Development

200 tutorials about programming for Android with Java. These tutorials were made by Travis from MyBringBack for The New Boston. It starts off with the basics and progresses to more advanced stuff along the way. No programming background is needed.

Sunday, February 16, 2014

From Web Design to Website

Sometimes the most difficult part of creating a website is a step that is often overlooked: converting a graphic design into HTML/CSS files to be used on the web. In this workshop, expert web developer and trainer Candyce Mairs shows you how use a design created in Photoshop or Photoshop Elements as the basis for a website created with Dreamweaver. You will learn how to "slice" a graphic design for conversion, optimize and export your images for the web, and plan how you are going to organize your website. Then, as the course moves into Dreamweaver, you will use HTML and CSS to create web pages, add content, and format and position that content. Finally, you will see how to test your pages in a variety of browsers to make sure you get the best results.

Saturday, February 15, 2014

HTML5 for Flash Developers

In this course, Lee Brimelow shows Flash developers how to create dynamic content in the browser using HTML5, CSS, and other related technologies. The course compares ActionScript and JavaScript and covers building animations using the Canvas element and CSS3 transitions, incorporating video and audio, and manipulating 3D content with WebGL.

jQuery Projects: Create an Interactive Map with jQuery and Dreamweaver

In this course, Chris Converse shows how to design and create a rich interactive map for a web site, working in a coding environment and using the open-source scripting library jQuery. The course covers creating web-optimized images using the slicing tools in Photoshop, implementing the HTML and CSS to assemble an infographic page layout, and adding interactivity with JavaScript and jQuery’s fast and concise code library.

Photoshop CS6: New Features Workshop

In this course, Photoshop experts Tim Grey and Olaf Giermann look at the new features available in Photoshop CS6 and show you how to incorporate them into your workflow. They will take you on a tour of the interface, which has a new look and different controls in some of the panels, and introduce you to all the new features in areas like adjustments, image cleanup, creative effects, text and graphics, video, and 3D. With this kind of help, you should find the transition to Photoshop CS6 easy as pie.

Table of content

General Updates
  • Interface Update
  • Panel Updates
  • File Compatibility Preferences
  • PDF Presentation
  • Contact Sheets
  • Tool Recording in Actions
  • Print Dialog Updates
Adjustment Updates
  • Adobe Camera Raw Updates
  • Auto Brightness/Contrast Adjustment
  • New Auto Option for Curves and Levels
Image Cleanup Updates
  • Crop Tool Overhaul
  • Perspective Crop Tool
  • Adaptive Wide Angle Filter
  • Patch Tool Updates
  • Content-Aware Move Tool
  • Detect Faces
Creative Updates
  • Oil Paint Filter
  • Airbrush Tips
  • Erodible Brush Tips
  • Field Blur Filter
  • Iris Blur Filter
  • Tilt-Shift Filter
Text and Graphics Updates
  • Paragraph and Character Styles
  • Vector Layers
Working with Video
  • The Timeline Panel
  • Video Groups and Arranging Clips
  • Trimming and Splitting Clips and Adding Transitions
  • Creating a Transformation with Layers
  • Adding and Animating Pictures
  • Apply Adjustments and Filters to Frames or Whole Videos
  • Exporting Video
3D Updates
  • Goodbye Repouseé: The New 3D Workflow
  • Improved Viewport Navigation
  • Splitting, Rotating, and Aligning Extrusions
  • 3D Materials and Rendering
  • Advanced 3D Features
  • Live Extrusions and Shadows/Reflections in Viewport
  • Painting on Target Textures

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Adobe InDesign CS6 – Learn by Video

InDesign CS6 is desktop publishing software for the age of mobile, offering state-of-the-art features like Adaptive Design Tools, which let you repurpose layouts to look great on a variety of page sizes, orientations, and devices. And of course it does everything you expect InDesign to do, giving you precise control over text, images, and colors so you can create amazing designs. In this Learn by Video course (created in partnership with our friends at Peachpit Press), Adobe Certified Expert Kelly McCathran takes an in-depth look at InDesign CS6, from the very basics to advanced features like book-building and dynamic content.

Friday, February 14, 2014

Adobe Illustrator CS6: Learn by Video

Whether you are new to Illustrator or an old hand who needs a refresher and a guide to the new features in CS6, this course from expert trainers Chad Chelius and Angie Taylor will teach you what you need to know. You will learn the fundamentals of Adobe as vector-based drawing and illustration program and be introduced to the features that are new in the CS6 version. You will also have the opportunity to learn advanced techniques for working with shapes, transformations, perspective, color, typography, and more. This Learn by Video course is presented in partnership with our friends at Peachpit Press.

Thursday, February 13, 2014

CSS for Designers

In CSS for Designers, Molly E. Holzschlag and Andy Clarke expertly guide you through some of the most complex and useful techniques used in progressive Web design. Molly and Andy consider the topics from the point of view of creative, visual people rather than developers or programmers. Their unique approach helps give designers all the tools they need to create accessible, manageable, and beautiful websites.

Monday, February 10, 2014

Android Sine Mora v1.27

After conquering PC, XBLA, PS3 and iOS, the cult classic shoot-em-up has finally arrived to Android! Fusing frantic, innovative gameplay from Digital Reality with stunning graphical design from Grasshopper Manufacture, Sine Mora set a new high standard for shmups and gained widespread acclaim. Strap yourself in and get ready for a breathtaking adventure!
Sine Mora is a horizontal shoot'em up that provides a unique take on challenge, where time is the ultimate factor. Mixing classic shooter sensibilities with contemporary presentation, Sine Mora is a gorgeous shoot'em up that offers a Story Mode that weaves an over-the-top tale and an Arcade Mode that provides deep, satisfying gameplay to challenge fans of the genre. With many ways to manipulate time, Sine Mora features over 50 weapon combinations to complete each beautiful stage that form fits to the player's skills with scaling difficulty. Soundtrack composed by Akira Yamaoka and featuring boss designs by Mahiro Maeda.

Saturday, February 8, 2014

jQuery Mobile Web Applications

jQuery Mobile is one of the fastest and most popular ways to build web applications for smartphones and tablets. This course covers the major workflow elements of creating mobile applications with jQuery Mobile, starting with a basic app using components, themes, and dialogs. Author Ray Villalobos also shows how to make your project dynamic and acquire data from other WordPress sites using the WordPress JSON plug-in. Plus, discover how to extend your application through theming, custom icons, and data feeds from services such as ThemeRoller and the YouTube, Flickr, and Twitter APIs.

Friday, February 7, 2014

Understanding Networking 1

This course builds on the basic packet, frame and IP networking concepts of Course V3, Fundamentals of Datacom and Networking, to put in place a solid understanding of protocol stacks, the OSI model and layers and IP addressing including address classes, static vs. dynamic public vs. private and network address translation.

Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA)

This VTC course will provide students with the knowledge and skills to take and pass the Red Hat Certified System Administrator exam. This course focuses on deploying, administrating, and securing a Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 system. RHCE author, Kenneth Armstrong, teaches the Red Hat exam objectives while providing examples and real world scenarios essential for an exam candidate to succeed. Get your exam preparation under way today by clicking on the movie links below. To begin learning today, simply click on the movie links.

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Insights from an Online Marketer

Make the most of your marketing with tips and tricks from marketing thought leader Lorrie Thomas Ross. An author, speaker, and CEO of her own online marketing agency, Lorrie shares candid advice from her years of developing successful online marketing campaigns, and explains how to personalize your brand while finding new customers and clients. This course, another in our Insights series of interviews with industry thought leaders, covers vital considerations, such as building your brand, working within the confines of a small budget, tackling social media, and knowing when to hire a consultant to conduct your online marketing.

Cocoa Essential Training

Discover how to build desktop applications for the Mac by exploring the many frameworks and essential design patterns in Cocoa. Author Simon Allardice shows you how to create a better-looking user interface that works on multiple screen sizes with Mac OS X Lion. The course also demonstrates how to use the Cocoa frameworks to build several example applications, and reinforces the best practices to build apps and get them ready for the Mac App Store.

Objective-C Essential Training

In this course, Simon Allardice provides a nuts-and-bolts overview of Objective-C, the popular language for developing Mac, iPhone, and iPad applications, and discusses how to build a basic application using Objective-C and Xcode 4. The course shows how to download and install the development tools, covers every major feature of the language, and walks through the writing, compiling, and debugging stages of development. Programmers will also learn about memory management, a vital aspect of programming in Objective-C and the Foundation framework.

Monday, February 3, 2014

Drupal 7 Essential Training

Drupal 7 Essential Trainingshows how to get the most out of Drupal, the content management system (CMS) that powers over a quarter million web sites. The course demonstrates how to download and install Drupal, add content and graphics to a site, change layout and design elements, control visitor interactions, and expand the site’s capabilities beyond what’s available in Drupal core. Discussion of established best practices in each step to ensure that a site remains streamlined, secure, and up-to-date. Exercise files are included with the course.

.net - March 2012

.net is the world's best-selling magazine for web designers and developers. Every issue boasts more than 30 pages of tutorials, covering topics such as CSS, PHP, Flash, JavaScript and web graphics.

.net - January 2012

.net is the world's best-selling magazine for web designers and developers. Every issue boasts more than 30 pages of tutorials, covering topics such as CSS, PHP, Flash, JavaScript and web graphics.

.net - December 2011

.net is the world's best-selling magazine for web designers and developers. Every issue boasts more than 30 pages of tutorials, covering topics such as CSS, PHP, Flash, JavaScript and web graphics.

Sunday, February 2, 2014

WordPress: Building Responsive Themes

The many ways visitors access web sites, via mobile devices, tablets, and desktops, now requires sites to incorporate responsive design elements that adapt to different screen sizes and browsers. In this course, Morten Rand-Hendriksen demonstrates design strategies, best practices, and actual code examples for creating a responsive web site. The course covers layout, navigation, responsive video embedding, and content sliders. The final chapter shows how to create an index page with jQuery Masonry, a jQuery plugin that helps you create dynamic grid layouts.


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