Learn design patterns quickly with Jason McDonald's outstanding tutorial on the original 23 Gang of Four design patterns, including class diagrams, explanations, usage info, and real world examples.
Gives you an overview of key aspects of the Java language and references on the core library, commonly used tools, and new Java 8 features.
Introduces Ajax, a group interrelated techniques used in client-side web development for creating asynchronous web applications.
This updated Refcard explains why so many developers are migrating to this exciting platform. Learn about creating a new Git repository, cloning existing projects, the remote workflow, and more to pave the way for limitless content version control.
Catalogs the XML elements available as of Spring 2.5 and highlights those most commonly used: a handy resource for Spring context configuration.
Covers Core principles of CSS that will expand and strengthen your professional ability to work with CSS. Part one of three.
Introduces jQuery Selectors, which allow you to select and manipulate HTML elements as a group or as a single element in jQuery.
Introduces the REST architectural style, a worldview that can elicit desirable properties from the systems we deploy.
Provides a concise overview of roles, meetings, rules, and artifacts within a Scrum organization. Updated for 2016.
Helps Java developers working with multi-threaded programs understand the core concurrency concepts and how to apply them.
Covers Core principles of CSS that will expand and strengthen your professional ability to work with CSS. Part two of three.
Gives insights on Eclipse, the leading IDE for Java, which has a rich ecosystem of plug-ins and an open-source framework that supports other languages.