These tips and techniques will help Access developers create a better user experience and transform a boring database into a fast, efficient, and even fun environment. Access expert Adam Wilbert shows how to remove typical Access interface elements (like the Welcome screen) for a better startup experience, and borrow some tricks from web design to make your database more attractive and interactive.
Description: Not every .NET development project starts from scratch. Often you're rewriting applications to take advantage of different data sources, or to make connections to legacy data in more efficient ways. Entity Framework (EF) plays extremely well with existing databases, and it can generate some of the data-access code for you automatically.
Cocoa and Swift make a great team for building Mac desktop apps. Cocoa is the framework in which macOS is written, and Swift is the language that makes working with Cocoa classes and APIs easier than ever before. Their compatibility makes Swift a convenient and powerful tool to integrate into your Cocoa app development workflow.
This course teaches web design beginners how to turn their design in Photoshop into a fully functioning web site in Dreamweaver. Sue Jenkins shows how to create mockups, slice, and optimize web graphics, and build a site using the Dreamweaver HTML and CSS templates.
Websites and web applications are—by their very nature—accessible remotely, which puts them at high risk of cyber attack. Knowing how to prevent and detect web attacks is a critical skill for developers and information security professionals alike.
The Java Enterprise Edition (EE) platform is built on Java Standard Edition (SE) to provide a powerful enterprise computing solution. It runs hundreds of thousands of the most dynamic and powerful sites on the web—everything from your favorite small business to Fortune 500 systems.
Sublime Text 3 is an innovative text and code editor for OS X and Windows with a thriving ecosystem of add-on packages. But some of its best features are difficult to discover.
Find the most productive way to work in Linux. Linux: Desktops and Remote Access covers the most popular desktop environments, terminal emulators, and shells used to access and administer Linux systems, both locally and remotely.
Managing storage in Linux involves both conceptual understanding of volumes and partitions, RAID, and Linux file systems, as well as hands-on knowledge of how to accomplish important tasks involving storage.
As your business expands and evolves, you may find that you've outgrown Google Apps–also known as G Suite—and need to move to Microsoft Office 2016 to create and edit your documents, spreadsheets, and presentations. This course can help you effectively and efficiently make that switch.