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Getting StartED with Google Apps

Author : Paul Darbyshire
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How would you like to share your calendar, access your e-mail, or create and share documents, all online from your smartphone/mobile device, netbook, or desktop? If you answered yes, then you should know that the best of all these online applications and services are being offered for free, from one of the Internet's biggest names, Google. These apps are in an online suite of productivity and fun applications called Google Apps. Getting StartED with Google Apps gets you started collaborating and creating with Google's online suite of applications on the Chrome operating system—analogous to using Microsoft Office on Windows. The differences are that Google Apps and Chrome are mostly free and run entirely on the Web. With this book, you get clear and easy-to-use instructions for getting up and running with basic Google Apps like Gmail, Google Voice, and more. Moreover, you get detailed visuals and step-by-step explanations on the more sophisticated Google apps like Google Docs, Spreadsheets, Presentations, SketchUp, and more. So get going and have some fun while you're at it.

Getting Started with Ionic

Author : Rahat Khanna
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Get up and running with developing effective Hybrid Mobile Apps with Ionic About This Book Develop engaging mobile experiences with a native-looking UI in Ionic and AngularJS Build mobile applications with a native UI and interactions with device APIs using popular web technologies such as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript Create an e-commerce mobile app using tutorials and code samples Who This Book Is For This book is ideal for any web developer who wants to enter into the world of mobile app development but has no clue where to start. Ionic is an ideal starting point and provides a smooth learning curve to help you build hybrid apps using web technologies and to develop native apps for iOS and Android, you do not need to know multiple languages. This book will also be useful for Hybrid App developers who have not found the perfect framework to ensure users get a rich experience from your apps. What You Will Learn Get to know about Hybrid Apps and AngularJS Set up a development environment to build Hybrid Apps Navigate around the components and routing in Ionic Use different Ionic directives for a mobile-specific experience Integrate an Ionic App with backend web services Work with plugins to include native functionality in your hybrid apps Test your apps on real devices Build an e-commerce app for iOS and Android from scratch In Detail Hybrid Apps are a promising choice in mobile app development to achieve cost effectiveness and rapid development. However, they were not preferred over native apps until few years back due to a poor performance and bad user experience, but everything has changed with the release of Ionic. It has evolved as the most popular choice for Hybrid Mobile App development as it tends to match the native experience and provides robust components/tools to build apps. Getting Started with Ionic equips any web developer with the basic knowledge needed to use modern web technologies to build amazing hybrid mobile apps using Ionic. This fast-paced, practical book explains all the important concepts of AngularJS and Cordova Framework required to develop apps, then gives you a brief introduction to hybrid mobile applications. It will guide you through setting up the environment to develop mobile apps, and through the multiple options and features available in Ionic so you can use them in your mobile apps. Features such as the Side Menu, Tabs, Touch Interactions, and native features such as Bar Code, Camera, and Geolocations are all covered.. Finally, we'll show you how to use Cordova plugins and publish your apps. Style and approach Getting started with Ionic is a compact, easy-to-follow guide to developing hybrid mobile apps using Ionic with real world examples of building an e-commerce app.

iOS 14 Programming for Beginners

Author : Ahmad Sahar
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iOS 14 Programming for Beginners is an introductory guide to learning the essentials of Swift programming and iOS development for building your first iOS app and publishing it on the App Store. Fully updated to cover the latest features in iOS 14, this practical guide will help you get up to speed with writing iOS apps from scratch.

iOS 13 Programming for Beginners

Author : Ahmad Sahar
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A step-by-step guide to learning iOS app development and exploring the latest Apple development tools Key Features Explore the latest features of Xcode 11 and the Swift 5 programming language in this updated fourth edition Kick-start your iOS programming career and have fun building your own iOS apps Discover the new features of iOS 13 such as Dark Mode, iPad apps for Mac, SwiftUI, and more Book Description iOS 13 comes with features ranging from Dark Mode and Catalyst through to SwiftUI and Sign In with Apple. If you're a beginner and are looking to experiment and work with these features to create your own apps, then this updated fourth edition gets you off to a strong start. The book offers a comprehensive introduction for programmers who are new to iOS, covering the entire process of learning the Swift language, writing your own apps, and publishing them on the App Store. This edition is updated and revised to cover the new iOS 13 features along with Xcode 11 and Swift 5. The book starts with an introduction to the Swift programming language, and how to accomplish common programming tasks with it. You'll then start building the user interface (UI) of a complete real-world app, using the latest version of Xcode, and also implement the code for views, view controllers, data managers, and other aspects of mobile apps. The book will then help you apply the latest iOS 13 features to existing apps, along with introducing you to SwiftUI, a new way to design UIs. Finally, the book will take you through setting up testers for your app, and what you need to do to publish your app on the App Store. By the end of this book, you'll be well versed with how to write and publish apps, and will be able to apply the skills you've gained to enhance your apps. What you will learn Get to grips with the fundamentals of Xcode 11 and Swift 5, the building blocks of iOS development Understand how to prototype an app using storyboards Discover the Model-View-Controller design pattern, and how to implement the desired functionality within the app Implement the latest iOS features such as Dark Mode and Sign In with Apple Understand how to convert an existing iPad app into a Mac app Design, deploy, and test your iOS applications with industry patterns and practices Who this book is for This book is for anyone who has programming experience but is completely new to Swift and iOS app development. Experienced programmers looking to explore the latest iOS 13 features will also find this book useful.

Getting Started with OAuth 2 0

Author : Ryan Boyd
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Shows how the OAuth 2.0 protocol provides a single authorization for use across different sites on the Internet so that users can access their profiles, photographs, videos, and contact lists anywhere.

Getting Started with Windows 8 Apps

Author : Ben Dewey
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Get a head start on building apps for Windows 8. With a series of examples, this hands-on guide takes you through the process of creating complete touch-enabled apps that respond to native sensors. Through the course of the book, you’ll learn how to work with the Windows Runtime application model while building a Bing Image Search app. If you’re an experienced .NET developer who wants to get up to speed with Windows 8, this book provides the expertise and C# code samples you need. Get a high-level overview of Windows 8 features—from the Start Screen to in-app features such as the Application Bar Begin by building a simple app to retrieve Bing image search results from a web service Learn about the components needed to complete the app, including UI design, the MVVM architectural pattern, and “tombstoning” Take advantage of native OS features such as tiles, file pickers, and sharing requests Examine the steps necessary to publish an app to the Windows Store

Android for Absolute Beginners

Author : Grant Allen
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Get started as a mobile app developer and learn the art and science of Android app development. With no assumed knowledge about programming languages or Android required, you will gain the key skills for constructing fully functional Android apps for smartphones, tablets, and other devices. You will also build a solid foundation in the Java programming language and the business of creating and releasing software for Android. Along the way you’ll get comfortable with Android Studio - the best way to write modern Android apps - before diving into your first Android code. The author spends plenty of time explaining how to build a robust UI with widgets, menus, layouts and the activity bar. These components will be the basis of your Android apps and so are covered in depth. Having grasped the basics, you’ll move onto what will make your app stand out: sound, music, images, and animations. Taking these elements and combining them with sensors and device location will take your apps to the next level. The final part of the book covers files and databases, essential sources of information for users and your app. In addition, you'll see how to protect your users and their data with permissions and security. What You Will Learn Get started with Android and build your first apps with it Install and use the Android Studio IDE Set up and manage the app development life cycle Master the basics of Java and XML required to create Android apps Discover the strengths and features of the Android APIs and device capabilities Who This Book Is For Total beginners who have little or no exposure to software development. This book is also useful for developers who are completely new to Android.

Getting Started with Bluetooth Low Energy

Author : Kevin Townsend
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With Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), smart devices are about to become even smarter. This practical guide demonstrates how this exciting wireless technology helps developers build mobile apps that share data with external hardware, and how hardware engineers can gain easy and reliable access to mobile operating systems. This book provides a solid, high-level overview of how devices use BLE to communicate with each other. You’ll learn useful low-cost tools for developing and testing BLE-enabled mobile apps and embedded firmware and get examples using various development platforms—including iOS and Android for app developers and embedded platforms for product designers and hardware engineers. Understand how data is organized and transferred by BLE devices Explore BLE’s concepts, key limitations, and network topology Dig into the protocol stack to grasp how and why BLE operates Learn how BLE devices discover each other and establish secure connections Set up the tools and infrastructure for BLE application development Get examples for connecting BLE to iPhones, iPads, Android devices, and sensors Develop code for a simple device that transmits heart rate data to a mobile device

Dynamics 365 Essentials

Author : Sarah Critchley
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Discover what the Common Data Service is and how Dynamics 365 fits in the Power Platform. Learn how to set up core Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement functionality and build more customized processes using model-driven apps. This book covers the Dynamics 365 Online system for sales, customer service, marketing, field service, and Outlook integration. In this second edition, core platform changes from the Common Data Service are included and you will know what this means for Dynamics 365. Updated features include processes, the latest form and view designer, and Business Process Flows. The book also includes new chapters on portals and power virtual agents. After reading Dynamics 365 Essentials, you will have mastered the core functionality available in Dynamics 365 CE and model-driven applications, and will be able to set it up for a range of different business scenarios. What You Will Learn Set up the core standard features of Dynamics 365 CE Create model-driven apps within Dynamics 365 customized to specific business needs Customize Dynamics 365 CE and leverage process automation functionality through the UI Study the Common Data Service for Apps Who This Book Is For Consultants, business analysts, administrators, and project managers who are looking for more information about Dynamics 365

Build Android Apps Without Coding

Author : Simone Bales
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Create Android apps without Code you can create your own android apps uisng Thunkable - drag and drop programming, without involving much of coding. This book introduces you to Thunkable - very much similar to MIT app Inventor 2 but with more features than MIT app inventor. Learn App building basics hands-on with step-by-step instructions building more than a dozen fun projects. Some the apps you will build using this book as follows: Talk to Me app Converting Speech to Text Shake To Speak Convert any website into an Android app Create a Flash light app Create a Camera app Create a Video Recorder app RGB color Mixer app Simple Random Number Dice app Track your Daily step app

Chromebook for Seniors

Author : Phil Sharp
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Chromebooks are perfect for Seniors. Hopefully you are at a state in your life where the Internet helps you but doesn’t define you. You don’t need to have a powerhouse computer that can have 200 spreadsheets running at the same time or watching a movie while you have 100 other apps open! You just want a computer that lets you check up on things, and maybe stream a movie or to. In a word: something simple. If that sounds like you, then all you have to do is figure out how to use a Chromebook! Fortunately, if you’ve ever used the Internet, then that part will come pretty easy. This book will walk you through what you need to know so you can be up and running in no time. Ready? Let’s get started!NOTE: This book is not endorsed by Alphabet, Inc. It contains content from "The Ridiculously Simple Guide to Chromebook" but with added content on accessibility.

Getting Started with ResearchKit

Author : Edward Cessna
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Enter the era of medical research using mobile devices with the help of this guide on ResearchKit! About This Book Create a simple clinical research app using most aspects of ResearchKit Build a simple survey with various data types with the results printed on the screen. A step-by-step guide introducing Apple's ResearchKit and techniques to incorporate it into various apps. Who This Book Is For This book is aimed at medical researchers with basic iOS coding knowledge and iOS developers looking to create clinical research apps. What You Will Learn Learn to create customized consent form Get introduced to two backend services: a simple backend server using Sinatra and Sage Bridge Build a custom task (a conditional survey example) and a navigable task Get an Overview of ResearchKit's open source repository and App Core Interaction with the hardware of the device including the gyro and the motion sensors Learn the basics of this revolutionary technology Get introduced to the barebones app and learn to write your first code In Detail ResearchKit is an open source software development framework from Apple that lets you easily create mobile applications for clinical research studies. ResearchKit provides you the ability to orchestrate the administration of tasks and recording of the results. ResearchKit provides tasks in order to perform informed consent, active tasks, and surveys. Starting with the basics of the ResearchKit framework, this books walks you through the steps of creating iOS applications that could serve as the basis of a clinical research mobile app. This book will introduce readers to ResearchKit and how to turn your iPhone into into a clinical research tool. The book will start off by installing and building the research framework in line with the researcher's needs; during this, the reader will learn to embed ResearchKit in the application and create a small task. After this, the book will go a little deeper into creating modules for surveys, consents, and so on. The book will also cover the various aspects of privacy and security with regard to participant data, and how to build dashboards for visualizing medical data and results in line with the researcher's requirements: data backends, JSON serialization and deserialization, and so on. Readers will be able to fully utilize ResearchKit for medical research, will be able to get more and more patients to participate in their surveys, and will gain insights from the surveys using the dashboards created. Style and approach A hands-on guide with ample screenshots for you to follow and learn about ResearchKit. Each topic is explained sequentially and placed in context so that you can get a better understanding of every step in the process of creating clinical research apps.

My Google Apps

Author : Patrice-Anne Rutledge
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Full-color, step-by-step tasks walk you through doing exactly what you want with Google Apps. Learn how to: Use Google Apps to reduce technology expenses and grow your business Choose the best Google Apps version for your needs Quickly activate and customize your account Give your users customized email that uses your domain, not Connect Gmail to your smartphone so your email and schedule always go with you Create, format, edit, print, and collaborate on documents with Docs Track and analyze your data with Sheets Create presentations with Slides and present anywhere via the Internet Cut travel costs: run video meetings online with Google Hangouts Improve project collaboration with a shared Sites workspace Efficiently manage and share your schedule with Calendar Store and share your files for secure anytime/anywhere access Sync your files between your PC or Mac and Google Drive in the cloud Use Vault to archive content and activity for compliance or other legal reasons Step-by-step instructions with callouts to new Google Apps screenshots that show you exactly what to do. Help when you run into Google Apps problemsor limitations. Tips and Notes to help you get the most from Google Apps.

Getting Started with React VR

Author : John Gwinner
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Create amazing 360 and virtual reality content that runs directly in your browsers with JavaScript and React VR 2.0 About This Book A practical guide to developing virtual reality experiences targeting web and mobile browsers Create customized 3D graphics for your virtual reality experiences with Three.js Explore the ReactVR library to create objects that seem real and see how they move in the Virtual world Import free models into VR and include those in your code Who This Book Is For This book is for web developers who want to use their existing skill set of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to create virtual reality experiences. What You Will Learn Use Blender 2.79 to make virtual reality objects for Web VR. Import free models into VR and how to include those in your code Build a Virtual Museum with interactive art pieces Create your first VR App and customizing it Build animations by procedurally changing an object's position, using timers and Animated APIs Incorporate React Native code and JavaScript code in your VR world In Detail This book takes you on a journey to create intuitive and interactive Virtual Reality experiences by creating your first VR application using React VR 2.0.0. It starts by getting you up to speed with Virtual Reality (VR) and React VR components. It teaches you what Virtual Reality (VR) really is, why it works, how to describe 3D objects, the installation of Node.js (version 9.2.0) and WebVR browser. You will learn 3D polygon modeling, texturing, animating virtual objects and adding sound to your VR world. You will also discover ways to extend React VR with new features and native Three.js. You will learn how to include existing high-performance web code into your VR app. This book will also take you through upgrading and publishing your app. By the end of this book, you'll have a deep knowledge of Virtual Reality and a full-fledged working VR app to add to your profile! Style and approach A step-by-step practical guide to help readers build their first VR application.

Getting Started with Polymer

Author : Arshak Khachatrian
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Explore the whole new world of web development and create responsive web apps using Polymer About This Book Get to grips with the principles of Material Design and Google Web components Make full use of the Polymer Designer Tool, Polymer Starter Kit, and Dart to create responsive web apps An in-depth guide with real-life examples so you can learn everything you need to know about Polymer Who This Book Is For If you are a beginner-level web developer who would like to learn the concepts of web development using the Polymer library, then this is the book for you. Knowledge of JavaScript and HTML is expected. What You Will Learn Understand the basics of web components such as Shadow DOM, HTML imports, Templates, and custom elements Familiarize yourself with the principles of Material Design Install Polymer on your system and create your project structure Use the different Polymer 1.0 elements in your code Work with Polymer.dart and create your own app Get to know the best practices in Polymer programming from the top guys in the Polymer team In Detail Polymer is a library that helps you develop fast, responsive applications for the desktop and mobile web. It uses the Web Components specifications for the components and Material Design concepts to create a beautiful user interface. This focused, fast-paced guide deals with Polymer web components. We will cover layouts, attributes, elements, and handling touch and gesture events. You will also see how to build custom web components and applications using Polymer. Don't want to code? You can make the most of the Polymer Designer Tool app and create your own app without coding at all. Finally, you will see how you can improve your Polymer application by reading the best practices from Google Polymer team. By the end of this book, you will be equipped with all the necessary skills to use Polymer to create custom web components. Style and approach This is your guide to designing custom web components, and the concepts are explained in a conversational and easy-to-follow style. Each topic is explained through examples, with detailed explanations wherever required.

Google Apps Script for Beginners

Author : Serge Gabet
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This book is a simple step-by-step, example-oriented guide with a focus on providing the practical skills necessary to develop and customize apps with Apps Script. If you are an application developer with no knowledge of App Script, and would like to learn to build apps using Google Apps script from scratch, then this book is for you. Basic JavaScript knowledge is required.

Gmail For Seniors

Author : Scott La Counte
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If you are like millions of people, then your first email was probably AOL, Juno, or Hotmail. Email as a communication tool, however, has been around since the 60s.Gmail is the most widely used provider today, and if you are using it (or considering using it) there’s probably a good reason: it does more than perhaps any other email provider out there.You can make phone calls with Gmail! You can make video calls with Gmail! You can send money to friends with Gmail! There’s so much you can do! But how?!This book will show you how. It will also walk you through all the basics. So, if you’ve never used email in your life, then it will give you all the information you need to get started.If you are ready to get the most out of Gmail, then let’s get started!This book is not endorsed by Alphabet, Inc.

Android Apps for Absolute Beginners

Author : Wallace Jackson
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Anybody can start building simple apps for the Android platform, and this book will show you how! Android Apps for Absolute Beginners takes you through the process of getting your first Android applications up and running using plain English and practical examples. It cuts through the fog of jargon and mystery that surrounds Android application development, and gives you simple, step-by-step instructions to get you started. Teaches Android application development in language anyone can understand, giving you the best possible start in Android development Provides simple, step-by-step examples that make learning easy, allowing you to pick up the concepts without fuss Offers clear code descriptions and layout so that you can get your apps running as soon as possible

Google Apps Deciphered

Author : Scott Granneman
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This is the eBook version of the printed book. If the print book includes a CD-ROM, this content is not included within the eBook version. Google Apps Deciphered Compute in the Cloud to Streamline Your Desktop Use Google Apps to Improve Productivity and Collaboration, Reduce Costs, and Eliminate Technology Hassles! Google Apps gives you virtually all the business and productivity software you need—all of it free, or available at extremely low cost. Because the suite of Google Apps runs on Google’s network in the cloud, you avoid the hassles that go with desktop software. Getting started with Google Apps is easy—but if you want to make the most of it, you’ll need expert guidance that Google’s online help doesn’t provide. Get all the help you need, right here. This is your start-to-finish guide to setting up Google Apps, migrating to it, customizing it, and using it to improve productivity, communications, and collaboration. Scott Granneman introduces every leading component individually, and shows exactly how to make them work together for you on the web or by integrating them with your favorite desktop apps. You’ll find practical insights on Google Apps email, calendaring, contacts, wikis, word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, video, and even Google’s new web browser Chrome. And, drawing on his extensive experience helping companies move to Google Apps, Granneman presents tips and tricks you simply won’t find anywhere else. Coverage includes • Choosing the right edition of Google Apps for you • Setting up Google Apps so it will be easier to use and manage • Migrating your email, contacts, and calendars to Google Apps • Administering and securing Google Apps • Integrating Google Apps with other software and services • Leveraging Google Sites to collaborate across teams, organizations, or the entire world • Making the most of Google Talk voice calls and instant messaging • Implementing Google’s office productivity tools, including Docs, Spreadsheets, and Presentations • Using policy management and message recovery to control and secure your messaging • Customizing efficient Google Apps Start Pages for you and your colleagues • Sharing important and useful videos with your colleagues • Maximizing the innovative features of Google’s new web browser, Chrome SCOTT GRANNEMAN is an author, teacher, and entrepreneur with extensive experience in Google Apps migration, setup, and training. As Adjunct Professor at Washington University, he teaches popular courses on technology, security, and the Internet. A monthly columnist for SecurityFocus and Linux Magazine, he has authored four books on open source technologies, including The Linux Phrasebook. As a principal at WebSanity, he manages the firm’s UNIX server environment, and helps develop its Content Management System, which is used by educational, business, and non-profit clients nationwide.

Getting Started with Web Components

Author : Prateek Jadhwani
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Explore modern Web Component design and integrate them with a variety of web frameworks to build encapsulated reusable UI components for your web apps Key Features Learn Web Components with more than 50 web component examples for both beginners and advanced users Create responsive and highly customizable web pages using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript Extend the potential of Web Components by integrating them with standard web frameworks Book Description Web Components are a set of APIs that help you build reusable UI modules that can operate in any modern browser using just Vanilla JavaScript. The power of Web Components lies in their ability to build frontend web applications with or without web frameworks. With this practical guide, you will understand how Web Components can help you build reusable UI components for your modern web apps. The book starts by explaining the fundamentals of Web Components' design and strategies for using them in your existing frontend web projects. You will also learn how to use JavaScript libraries such as Polymer.js and Stencil.js for building practical components. As you progress, you will build a single-page application using only Web Components to fully realize their potential. This practical guide demonstrates how to work with Shadow DOM and custom elements to build the standard components of a web application. Toward the end of the book, you will learn how to integrate Web Components with standard web frameworks to help you manage large-scale web applications. By the end of this book, you will have learned about the capabilities of Web Components in building custom elements and have the necessary skills for building a reusable UI for your web applications. What you will learn Understand Web Component design, specifications, and life cycle Create single-page applications using Web Components Enable reusability and customization for your UI components Implement Web Components in your web apps using Polymer and Stencil libraries Build powerful frontend components from scratch and deploy them on the web Design patterns and best practices to integrate Web Components into your existing web application Who this book is for This book is for developers who have heard about web components, but don't really know where to start. This book is also for intermediate and advanced developers who know what web components are, but are still afraid to use them in production. This book is also for frontend engineers who are simply looking into web components in order to increase their knowledge and skills.