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QR-Code Decoder In .NET
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13: Thundering Your Site with Canvas Canvas Basics A simple canvas implementation Images in canvas and shadows Creating Complex Drawings with Canvas Lines and movement Curves Take the Wheel 14: Adding Forms Adding a Form General form attributes The form as part of the DOM The Many Kinds of Input The list attribute, the URL type, and datalists Radio buttons and check boxes: Easy-to-select input elements Date picker Take the Wheel 15: Embedding Objects and Storing Information Geolocation Finding latitude and longitude Getting the map Working with the geolocation properties and the Google Earth plug-in Storage in HTML5 Session storage Local storage Adding and Adjusting Objects in HTML5 Web Pages Adding an object Adjusting an object Take the Wheel 16: Catching Interactive Data Server-Side Languages and HTML5 Setting up PHP on your computer (which thinks it s a server) Testing PHP PHP Basics The post catcher Data validation Basic PHP Program Structures Temporary data storage Key PHP operators Making an E-Mail Application A simple e-mail application PHP catch and send Adding a header and auto-reply in PHP Take the Wheel Index 253 254 256 264 269 270 275 281 283 284 286 290 293 294 297 301 303 305 306 306 307 310 311 312 316 320 320 322 322 325 326 326 327 328 330 330 332 332 336 337 338 340 342 344 345 XI
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In 1992, I was stumbling the Internet (we used to stumble prior to surfing) with a program using the Gopher protocol. From El Paso, Texas, I was able to look up the train schedule between London and Cambridge in England. At the time, it was like a miracle. Here I was in West Texas with a London-Cambridge train schedule. Unbelievable! Shortly after that time when I didn t think it could get any better than Gopher on the Internet, up popped the Mosaic browser and the World Wide Web. Netscape Navigator soon supplanted Mosaic, and I discovered HTML. Now I was able to see graphics and text plus I could link to other Web pages. In short order, I worked out how to create my own Web pages using a text editor and the new markup language, HTML. Some of the guys in computer services set up a host for me, and I was in business. For a while, it seemed that a new version of HTML was coming out every year or so. CSS and JavaScript were introduced and more and more browsers became available. It just kept getting better and better, but after HTML4 (in its many forms, including XHTML), things seemed to stagnate. This HTML Dark Ages lasted from about 2000 to 2008. Then the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) published the HTML5 Working Draft in 2008. However, after publication of the HTML5 standards in a draft format, everything was back to a crawl as far as getting my hands on an HTML5 browser. The team developing the standards has been methodical in the development process and was planning on implementing the final draft of the standards in browsers in 2012! Then one day in 2009 or 2010, I read about a beta version of a browser that supported HTML5, or at least some of its features. By 2010, several browsers were supporting HTML5, including browsers made for mobile devices. Online blogs like www.smashingmagazine. com were publishing posts about HTML5 and so, ready or not, HTML5 was here! Somehow HTML5 has escaped from the zoo, and the race was on to produce HTML5 browsers. We have officially entered the HTML Renaissance Period. The excitement is back! HTML5 is so big that I had to select a focus that would encompass the essence of the markup language without devolving into a mere reference or encyclopedia attempting to touch on everything and explain nothing. Naturally, the new features were going to be a major focal point, but they exist in the context of a host of other tags, and readers learning HTML for the first time need foundational elements. Also, I had to drop the discontinued elements like a bad habit and show how the continued and new elements work in concert. Further, CSS3 and JavaScript play an important role, but they re only introduced insofar as they relate to HTML5. (Smashing JavaScript and Smashing CSS cover these important features in detail.) So I ve divided Smashing HTML5 into four parts that bring together the heart and soul of HTML5.
Generate Bar Code In .NET Framework
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Barcode Decoder In VS .NET
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Bar Code Printer In VS .NET
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Encode EAN13 In Visual C#
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