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Praxiswissen TYPO3 CMS 9 LTS
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Mit der richtigen Anleitung gelingt der Einsatz von TYPO3 ohne Probleme. Das beweist dieses Buch, das seit Jahren als Standardwerk für den TYPO3-Einstieg gilt. Praxiswissen TYPO3 CMS 9 LTS ist eine gut verständliche Einführung in das beliebte Content-Management-System, die sich auch an TYPO3-Einsteiger ohne ausgeprägte Programmierkenntnisse richtet. Robert Meyer und Martin Helmich erklären Zusammenhänge detailliert, gut nachvollziehbar und immer praxisbezogen. Sie vermitteln das nötige Handwerkszeug, um responsive Websites mit TYPO3 erfolgreich einzurichten und zu optimieren. Für die 10. Auflage wurde der Bestseller aktualisiert, er deckt jetzt TYPO3 in der LTS-Version 9.5 ab. TYPO3 installieren und kennenlernen Installieren Sie TYPO3 auf Ihrem Linux- oder Windows-System manuell oder auf Grundlage der Container-Virtualisierung Docker und machen Sie sich mit den Funktionen des Backends vertraut. TypoScript und Templates verstehen Lernen Sie die objektorientierte Struktur, dieSprachsyntax und die wichtigsten Objekte der Konfigurationssprache TypoScript kennen und setzen Sie HTML/CSS-basierte Fluid-Templates ein. Inhalte auf der Website darstellen Formatieren Sie redaktionelle Inhalte, integrieren Sie Suchfunktionen, ermöglichen Sie Mehrsprachigkeit und realisieren Sie eine Druckversion der Website sowie zugriffsgeschützte Bereiche. Responsive Webdesign umsetzen Legen Sie das Layout Ihrer Website von Anfang an responsive an, so dass sie auf verschiedenen Ausgabegeräten optimal nutzbar ist. Erweiterungen integrieren und selbst entwickeln Erfahren Sie anhand des News-Plug-ins, wie Erweiterungen im System verankert und konfiguriert werden. Entwickeln Sie mit Extbase und Fluid eigene Erweiterungen, die sich durch gute Software-Architektur und Wartbarkeit auszeichnen. Die Website optimal verwalten Lernen Sie das neue Site Management von TYPO3 CMS 9 kennen, mit dem Sie das Verhalten Ihrer Website genauer steuern können. Nutzen Sie Site Packages, um Ihre Dateien zu bündeln - eine Best Practice, die sich unter Entwicklern etabliert hat. Beispieldateien zum Download Die in diesem Buch verwendeten Skripte, HTML-Vorlagen und Grafiken finden Sie unter http://downloads.oreilly.de/9783960090991

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Hacking Vim 7.2 (eBook, ePUB)
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In DetailVim is one of the most powerful open-source editors used by programmers and system administrators around the world. While Vim itself is inherently a powerful editor, personalizing it to suit your needs can be a daunting task. However, it is possible to do so with the help of this book.This book contains examples that cover everything from personalizing Vim according to the your work cycle to optimizations that will boost the your productivity. The main focus of this book is to make your life, as a Vim user, easier.Each chapter deals with a different aspect, and provides recipes for easy-to-use hacks to customize and simplify your Vim experience. After an introduction covering the derivation of Vim and its relatives from the vi editor, the author explains basic changes that you can make to the appearance of the Vim editor. Further chapters cover improved navigation through files and buffers in Vim; speeding up your work with templates, auto-completion, folding, sessions, and registers; and formatting text and code, including using external formatting scripts. The final comprehensive chapter covers everything about using Vim scripts and scripting to extend functionality.This book is written for Vim 7.2, the latest stable version. This latest version of Vim includes many new features like spell-checking, code completion, document tabs, current line and column highlighting, undo branches, and much more.Getting the most out of the Vim editorApproachThis book is a tutorial packed with ready-to-use hacks that give solutions for common problems faced by Vim users in their everyday life. Every chapter covers a set of recipes, each of which follows a systematic approach with a self-contained description of the task it covers, how to use it, and what you gain by using it. The minimum version of Vim required for each hack is clearly indicated.Who this book is forIf you are a Vim user who wants to get more out of this legendary text editor, this book is for you. It focuses on making life easier for intermediate to experienced Vim users.

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Angular (eBook, ePUB)
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Egal, ob Sie schon Erfahrung mit AngularJS 1.x haben oder nicht ? mit diesem Buch gelingt Ihnen der schnelle Einstieg in das neue Angular-Framework ab Version 4. Anhand eines anspruchsvollen Beispielprojekts lernen Sie Schritt für Schritt, wie Sie strukturierte und modularisierte Single-Page-Anwendungen entwickeln. Praktisch: Der Programmcode zu jeder einzelnen Entwicklungsphase ist auf GitHub verfügbar. So können Sie einsteigen, wo Sie wollen, und nach Wunsch Entwicklungsschritte überspringen. In einem kompakten Schnellstart-Kapitel erstellen Sie zunächst eine erste funktionierende Anwendung. Danach machen Sie sich mit grundlegenden Angular-Konzepten und Techniken vertraut: Angular CLI, Komponenten und Template-Syntax, HTTP-Anbindung, Routing, Formulare. Weiter geht es dann mit fortgeschrittenen Themen wie - Pipes und Direktiven - RxJS (Reactive Extensions) - Lose Kopplung mittels Dependency Injection - Internationalisierung (i18n) - Testing mit Karma und Protractor - Debugging mit Augury - Ahead-of-Time-Kompilierung (AOT) - Deployment Besonders hervorzuheben sind zwei für Angular-Entwickler spannende Themen: - Mobile Apps mit NativeScript entwickeln - Mit Redux Architekturen vereinfachen Das Buch setzt lediglich Kenntnisse in JavaScript, HTML und CSS voraus. Wer noch nicht mit TypeScript vertraut ist, findet eine Einführung dazu. Nach der Lektüre sind Sie für den Projektalltag mit Angular gewappnet und können robuste Webanwendungen damit entwickeln.

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The Dynasties of Ancient Egypt: The History and...
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Africa may have given rise to the first human beings, and Egypt probably gave rise to the first great civilizations, which continue to fascinate modern societies across the globe nearly 5,000 years later. From the Library and Lighthouse of Alexandria to the Great Pyramid at Giza, the Ancient Egyptians produced several wonders of the world, revolutionized architecture and construction, created some of the world’s first systems of mathematics and medicine, and established language and art that spread across the known world. With world-famous leaders like King Tut and Cleopatra, it’s no wonder that today’s world has so many Egyptologists. What makes the accomplishments of the Ancient Egyptians all the more remarkable is that Egypt was historically a place of great political turbulence. Its position made it both valuable and vulnerable to tribes across the Mediterranean and the Middle East, and Ancient Egypt had no shortage of its own internecine warfare. Its most famous conquerors would come from Europe, with Alexander the Great laying the groundwork for the Hellenic Ptolemy line and the Romans extinguishing that line after defeating Cleopatra and driving her to suicide. Perhaps the most intriguing aspect of ancient Egyptian civilization was its inception from the ground up, as the ancient Egyptians had no prior civilization which they could use as a template. In fact, ancient Egypt itself became a template for the civilizations that followed. The Greeks and the Romans were so impressed with Egyptian culture that they often attributed many attributes of their own culture (usually erroneously) to the Egyptians. With that said, some minor elements of ancient Egyptian culture were, indeed, passed on to later civilizations. Egyptian statuary appears to have had an initial influence on the Greek version, and the ancient Egyptian language continued long after the pharaonic period in the form of the Coptic language. The Dynasties of Ancient Eg 1. Language: English. Narrator: Scott Clem. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/104249/bk_acx0_104249_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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The Middle Kingdom of Ancient Egypt: The Histor...
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Africa may have given rise to the first human beings, and Egypt probably gave rise to the first great civilizations, which continue to fascinate modern societies across the globe nearly 5,000 years later. From the Library and Lighthouse of Alexandria to the Great Pyramid at Giza, the ancient Egyptians produced several wonders of the world, revolutionized architecture and construction, created some of the world´s first systems of mathematics and medicine, and established language and art that spread across the known world. With world-famous leaders like King Tut and Cleopatra, it´s no wonder that today´s world has so many Egyptologists. What makes the accomplishments of the ancient Egyptians all the more remarkable is that Egypt was historically a place of great political turbulence. Its position made it both valuable and vulnerable to tribes across the Mediterranean and the Middle East, and ancient Egypt had no shortage of its own internecine warfare. Its most famous conquerors would come from Europe, with Alexander the Great laying the groundwork for the Hellenic Ptolemy line and the Romans extinguishing that line after defeating Cleopatra and driving her to suicide. Perhaps the most intriguing aspect of ancient Egyptian civilization was its inception from the ground up, as the ancient Egyptians had no prior civilization which they could use as a template. In fact, ancient Egypt itself became a template for the civilizations that followed. The Greeks and the Romans were so impressed with Egyptian culture that they often attributed many attributes of their own culture - usually erroneously - to the Egyptians. With that said, some minor elements of ancient Egyptian culture were, indeed, passed on to later civilizations. Egyptian statuary appears to have had an initial influence on the Greek version, and the ancient Egyptian language continued long after the pharaonic period in the form of the Coptic language. Although the Egyptians may not 1. Language: English. Narrator: Scott Clem. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/081878/bk_acx0_081878_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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The Old Kingdom of Ancient Egypt: The History a...
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Africa may have given rise to the first human beings, and Egypt probably gave rise to the first great civilizations, which continue to fascinate modern societies across the globe nearly 5,000 years later. From the Library and Lighthouse of Alexandria to the Great Pyramid at Giza, the ancient Egyptians produced several wonders of the world, revolutionized architecture and construction, created some of the world´s first systems of mathematics and medicine, and established language and art that spread across the known world. With world-famous leaders like King Tut and Cleopatra, it´s no wonder that today´s world has so many Egyptologists. What makes the accomplishments of the Ancient Egyptians all the more remarkable is that Egypt was historically a place of great political turbulence. Its position made it both valuable and vulnerable to tribes across the Mediterranean and the Middle East, and Ancient Egypt had no shortage of internecine warfare. Its most famous conquerors would come from Europe, with Alexander the Great laying the groundwork for the Hellenic Ptolemy line and the Romans extinguishing that line after defeating Cleopatra and driving her to suicide. Perhaps the most intriguing aspect of ancient Egyptian civilization was its inception from the ground up, as the ancient Egyptians had no prior civilization which they could use as a template. In fact, ancient Egypt itself became a template for the civilizations that followed. The Greeks and the Romans were so impressed with Egyptian culture that they often attributed many attributes of their own culture - usually erroneously - to the Egyptians. With that said, some minor elements of ancient Egyptian culture were, indeed, passed on to later civilizations. Egyptian statuary appears to have had an initial influence on the Greek version, and the ancient Egyptian language continued long after the pharaonic period in the form of the Coptic language. Although the Egyptians may not have passed 1. Language: English. Narrator: Scott Clem. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/077891/bk_acx0_077891_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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