Design, develop, and deploy a real-world web application by leveraging modern open source technologies. This book shows you how to use ASP.NET Core to build cross-platform web applications along with SignalR to enrich the application by enabling real-time communication between server and clients. You will use Docker to containerize your application, integrate with GitHub to package the application, and provide continuous deployment to Azure´s IaaS platform. Along the way, Real-Time Web Application Development covers topics including designing a Materialize CSS theme, using a test-driven development approach with xUnit.net, and securing your application with the OAuth 2.0 protocol. To further your understanding of the technology, you will learn logging and exception handling; navigation using view components; and how to work with forms and validations. The rich code samples from this book can be used to retrofit or upgrade existing ASP.NET Core applications. What You Will Learn Design and develop a real-world web application Implement security and data storage with OAuth2 and Azure Table Storage Orchestrate real-time notifications through SignalR Use GitHub and Travis CI for continuous integration of code Master Docker containerization and continuous deployment with Docker Cloud to Azure Linux virtual machines Who This Book Is For Developers and software engineers interested in learning an end-to-end approach to application development using Microsoft technologies.
This book provides readers with an introductory resource for learning how to create compelling games using the open source Python programming language and Pygame games development library. Authored by industry veteran and Python expert Will McGugan, readers are treated to a comprehensive, practical introduction to games development using these popular technologies. They can also capitalize upon numerous tips and tricks the author has accumulated over his career creating games for some of the world´s largest gaming developers.
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 27th International Conference on Case-Based Reasoning Research and Development, ICCBR 20189, held in Otzenhausen, Germany, in September 2019. The 26 full papers presented in this book were carefully reviewed and selected from 43 submissions. 15 were selected for oral presentation and 11 for poster presentation. The theme of ICCBR-2019, ´´Explainable AI (XAI),´´ was highlighted by several activities. These papers, which are included in the proceedings, address many themes related to the theory and application of case-based reasoning and its future direction.
This book addresses the development of safety-critical software and to this end proposes the SafeScrum® methodology. SafeScrum® was inspired by the agile method Scrum, which is extensively used in many areas of the software industry. Scrum is, however, not intended or designed for use with safety-critical systems; hence the authors propose guidelines and additions to make it both practically useful and compliant with the additional requirements found in safety standards. The book provides an overview of agile software development and how it can be linked to safety and relevant safety standards. SafeScrum® is described in detail as a useful approach for reaping the benefits of agile methods, and is intended as a set of ideas and a basis for adaptation in industry projects. The book covers roles, processes and practices, and documentation. It also includes tips on how standard software process tools can be employed. Lastly, some insights into relevant research in this new and emerging field are provided, and selected real-world examples are presented. The ideas and descriptions in this book are based on collaboration with the industry, in the form of discussions with assessment organizations, general discussions within the research fields of safety and software, and last but not least, the authors´ own experiences and ideas. It was mainly written for practitioners in industry who know a great deal about how to produce safety-critical software but less about agile development in general and Scrum in particular.
We have an extraordinary ability to create works of art that transforms what it means to be human. These expressions are what Marcus du Sautoy calls the creativity code. Some believe the developments in AI are so sophisticated that they can learn what it means to be human- that they can crack the code. Marcus du Sautoy examines what these new developments mean, for both the arts and mathematics.
Git is the version control system developed by Linus Torvalds for Linux kernel development. It took the open source world by storm since its inception in 2005, and is used by small development shops and giants like Google, Red Hat, and IBM, and of course many open source projects. A book by Git experts to turn you into a Git expert Introduces the world of distributed version control Shows how to build a Git development workflow
This volume is a handbook for enterprise system developers, guiding them through the intricacies and lessons learned in enterprise application development. It provides proven solutions to the everyday problems facing information systems developers.
We´re losing hundreds of billions of dollars a year on broken software, and great new ideas such as agile development and Scrum don´t always pay off. But there´s hope. The nine software development practices in Beyond Legacy Code are designed to solve the problems facing our industry.