Here you will get the material for computer IT and Computer programming related courses and tutorials . The materials for which you will get the PDF, DOC, PPT, RAR and ZIP files are Pascal, C, C + +, Java, COBOL, VB, C #, perl and many others. As these tutorials are included in many of the academic schedules, you will need to get detailed information on them. As it will not possible for you to browse the web for every small topic, you can go for downloading the PDF files for having easy access to the information. Also tutorials, corrected exercises and practical work will make it easy for you to have a clear understanding of every topic.

Beginner Courses:

Contents

  • Introduction, History, Getting Started
  • Simple Arithmetic, Branching, Loops
  • Strings, Built In String Functions
  • Regular Expressions, Arrays, Collections
  • Dictionaries, Data Types, Procedures and Functions
  • Error Handling, Files, User Interfaces
  • Simple Graphics, Windows Dialogs, Databases
  • Windows API, Subclassing, External Processes
  • Object Oriented Programming, Effective Programming
  • Idioms, Optimizing Visual Basic
  • Examples, Snippets, The Language
  • Coding Standards, VB6 Command Reference

This ebook is the result of combining a number of tutorials available on the site. It gives basic information about using the language, however it does not cover every aspect of the language. There are lots to learn. I tried to put screen shots in most of the tutorials along with the source files embedded in the PDF file itself. If you still need to see how to do some stuff, check the website, there you can watch video tutorials which cover the same exact topics in this book.

Table of Contents

  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1: Installation
  • Chapter 2: Understanding the IDE
  • Chapter 3: Understanding Buttons, and Textboxes
  • Chapter 4: Dialogs and Menus
  • Chapter 5: Understanding variables
  • Chapter 6: Variables again, group box, list box
  • Chapter 7: IF statement
  • Chapter 8: FOR statement
  • Chapter 9: Arrays
  • Chapter 10: Collections
  • Chapter 11: Functions
  • Chapter 12: ByVal & ByRef
  • Chapter 13: Subroutines
  • Chapter 14: Do Loop
  • Chapter 15: Structures
  • Chapter 16: Modules
  • Chapter 17: Classes
  • Chapter 18: Classes Initialization and Finalization
  • Chapter 19: Classes and Inheritance
  • Chapter 20: Try & Catch

 

csharp3      Introduction to Visual Studio and C# – tutorial

 Table of Contents

  • Introduction
  • Visual Studio
  • Windows Programming
  • Getting Started with C#
  • More Object-oriented Techniques
  • Exception Handling
  • Windows Forms Example
  • Web Programming
  • Database Programming

 

This textbook was written with two primary objectives. The first is to introduce the C programming language. C is a practical and still-current software tool; it remains one of the most popular programming languages in existence, particularly in areas such as embedded systems. C facilitates writing code that is very efficient and powerful and, given the ubiquity of C compilers, can be easily ported to many different platforms. Also, there is an enormous code-base of C programs developed over the last 30 years, and many systems that will need to be maintained and extended for many years to come.

The second key objective is to introduce the basic concepts of software design. At one-level this is C-specific: to learn to design, code and debug complete C programs. At another level, it is more general: to learn the necessary skills to design large and complex software systems. This involves learning to decompose large problems into manageable systems of modules; to use modularity and clean interfaces to design for correctness, clarity and flexibility.

Contents

  • The Context of Software Development
  • Writing a C++ Program, Values and Variables
  • Expressions and Arithmetic
  • Conditional Execution, Iteration
  • Other Conditional and Iterative Statements
  • Using Functions, Writing Functions
  • Managing Functions and Data
  • Aggregate Data, Sorting and Searching
  • Standard C++ Classes, Custom Objects
  • Fine Tuning Objects, Building some Useful Classes
  • Inheritance and Polymorphism
  • Generic Programming, Handling Exceptions
  • Concurrent Programming

Appendices

  • Using Visual Studio 2013 to Develop C++ Programs
  • Visual C++ Command Line Development
  • Developing C++ Programs with the GNU Tools
  • Arrays

Contents

  • WHAT IS JQUERY?
  • WHAT IS A LIBRARY?
  • WHY USE JQUERY?
  • HISTORY OF JAVASCRIPT
  • WHAT DOES JAVASCRIPT DO?
  • JQUERY: A BRIEF HISTORY
  • INCLUDING JQUERY
  • JQUERY SELECTORS
  • JQUERY ELEMENT SELECTORS
  • IMPORTANT JAVASCRIPT VOCABULARY
  • USING JQUERY’S CLASS SELECTOR
  • THE JQUERY FUNCTION
  • JQUERY ACTIONS
  • UPDATING VALUES AND HTML
  • CREATING NEW ELEMENT
  • UPDATING ATTRIBUTES AND CSS
  • FADING ELEMENTS OUT ON CLICK
  • SHOWING AND HIDING ELEMENTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • Environment
  • Open Source Steps Up
  • Modularity / Structure
  • Memory, Global Variables
  • Whitespace and Semicolons
  • Comments , Arithmetic Operators
  • Flow Control , Code Blocks
  • AMD/CommonJS Module Specifications
  • Data Types , Primitive , Arrays , Array Operations
  • Undefined and Null , Objects
  • Built-In Objects , Creating Objects , Literal Objects
  • Constructor Function Objects, Prototypes
  • Prototype Chaining / Inheritance
  • Prototypes in Action – Implementing the singleton pattern
  • Functions, Anonymous/Closures , Memoizing
  • Execution Context
  • Function Closures in Action and Modularity Support
  • Dependency Injection

In this book, you’ll learn how to use promises in Javascript, and why you should use it.

We’ll talk about native promises but also about using library such as Q; in Node.js and client-side.

This book will contain quizzes so that you can test your knowledges.

Table of Contents

  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. What are Promises?
  • 3. Chaining
  • 4. Error handling
  • 5. Parallelism and sequencing
  • 6. Librairies
  • 7. API Reference

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