“Developing a hapi Edge” shows you how to build enterprise-quality web applications using the hapi service and application framework. By walking through the creation of a real web application, hapi-plugins.com, you will learn how to configure and start hapi, build out APIs, perform authentication, validation, caching, and so much more. You will also discover tips and tricks used in production hapi deployments regarding plugins, testing, debugging, and security. hapi was developed and is used within Walmart and has been battle tested during the most critical days of the year for e-commerce websites, Black Friday. It has proven itself to not only handle extremely high production loads at a breeze but is also a pleasure to work with. The aim of the framework was to address pitfalls in the other established out there, and it has done so without fail.
Color Management The book describes color management for the print production with a focus on implementing standards for separation, soft proof, contract proof, data delivery and printing.
The basics and strategies are targeted at setting up vendor-independent color management workflows which can easily be realized with leading applications from e.g. Adobe,...
Virtual Vixens: 3D Character Modeling and Scene Placement Features software workshops for 3ds Max, Maya, CINEMA 4D, Lightwave, and Softimage XSI.
Hot, hotter, hottest. See how todays leading modeling artists create 3D characters that sizzle and get the techniques youll need to create your own virtual vixens.
Steven Stahlberg, Liam Kemp, Marco Patrito, and Sze Jones from Blur Studio...
- Systems that install, heal, protect themselves and adapt to your needs —automatically
- Using autonomic computing to reduce costs, improve services, and enhance agility
- Autonomic components, architectures, standards, and development tools
- Planning for and implementing autonomic
Inside the Microsoft Build Engine: Using MSBuild and Team Foundation Build
Often when people think about build, they think just about the act of compiling some source code – when I hit F5 in the IDE, it builds, right? Well yes, kind of. In a real production build system, there is so much more to it than that. There are many kinds of builds – F5, desktop, nightly, continuous, rolling, gated, buddy etc....