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Shoe dog :

Business & Economics - Wed, 12/07/2016 - 01:00
Knight, Philip H., 1938- author
Categories: New Materials

Advertising confluence :

Business & Economics - Wed, 12/07/2016 - 01:00
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How family firms differ :

Business & Economics - Wed, 12/07/2016 - 01:00
Bhaumik, Sumon
Categories: New Materials

Angular 2 Forms: Data Binding and Validation

Lynda.com - Tue, 12/06/2016 - 19:00
Authored By: Justin Schwartzenberger

Released On: 6/27/2016

Building HTML forms for the web world is never as straightforward as expected. Collecting user input, and implementing dynamic form validation that automatically reacts to input, can be difficult without the right solution. When building client-side apps using Angular, you get a good amount of framework code out-of-the-box that makes working with forms a breeze. Angular allows you to easily handle dynamic form validation by taking advantage of two-way data-binding functionality.

This course shows how to build HTML web forms using the building blocks, built-in validation properties, and methods of the Angular forms module. Learn how to use the model-driven forms approach to build out a model representation of form data in code and bind it to native HTML form elements. This course also explores how to implement validation, using JavaScript, in case you need more fine-tuned control of your interactions.


Office 365: Plan for Exchange Online and Skype for Business Online

Lynda.com - Tue, 12/06/2016 - 19:00
Authored By: Sharon Bennett

Released On: 12/7/2016

Email, calendar, contacts, and videoconferencing are some of the most important services in Office 365. How can you roll them out to your users in the most seamless and secure way possible? Take these lessons from Microsoft Certified Trainer Sharon Bennett and learn how to plan your Exchange Online and Skype for Business Online deployments—and pass the corresponding domain of Microsoft Exam 70-347: Enabling Office 365 Services. Learn how to create effective anti-malware and anti-spam policies that reduce malicious email. Discover how to migrate mailboxes to Office 365 using one of five recommended methods. Find out how to plan for a secure Exchange Online environment, by configuring archiving, permissions, and data loss prevention. Finally, Sharon demonstrates how to manage Skype services for external and internal video and audio communications.


Learn Sublime Text 3: The Basics

Lynda.com - Tue, 12/06/2016 - 19:00
Authored By: Kevin Yank

Released On: 12/7/2016

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.

Instructor Kevin Yank takes students through the basic, not-so-basic, and downright hidden features of the editor, demonstrating how to use each tool and command to become more productive. Find out how to find and replace sections of code, bookmark your position, leverage helpful shortcuts, edit multiple lines of code simultaneously, and automate some of your work with autocompletion, snippets, and macros. Plus, learn how to tweak the appearance and configuration to make Sublime Text work best for you.


Assessing Learning in Moodle

Lynda.com - Tue, 12/06/2016 - 19:00
Authored By: Oliver Schinkten

Released On: 12/7/2016

Learning assessments can shine a spotlight on learning gaps and help inform teacher actions. In this course, Oliver Schinkten explores how to assess learning using the Moodle platform. Oliver delves into different learning assessment concepts and goes into how to determine the right assessment strategy for your course. Learn about informal assessments such as forums and workshops, as well as formal assessments like quizzes and self-assessments. In addition, Oliver navigates through a sample course to provide a practical demonstration of the assessment tools available in Moodle.


Windows Server 2016: DNS

Lynda.com - Tue, 12/06/2016 - 19:00
Authored By: Ed Liberman

Released On: 12/7/2016

The Domain Name System (DNS) is the lifeblood of the Internet; making sure it is configured properly is a key skill for network administrators. DNS connects everything from resources on internal enterprise networks to domains on the World Wide Web. This course explains basic DNS concepts such as zones and name resolution and shows sysadmins how to configure DNS in a Windows Server 2016 environment. Ed Liberman shows how to deploy DNS; create DNS zones; work with different record types; configure queries, caching, and forwarding; and make sure your DNS deployment is secure.


Programming for Non-Programmers: iOS 10 and Swift

Lynda.com - Tue, 12/06/2016 - 19:00
Authored By: Todd Perkins

Released On: 12/7/2016

Anyone can learn programming. One of the best places to start is iOS app development. With the right tools and training, you can build a fully functional app for the iPhone or iPad in just a few hours. No previous programming experience required! Join Todd Perkins for this course, which teaches the most important concepts in iOS app development in a visual way that people of any background can understand. You can figure out if an iOS learning path is right for you, without a lengthy time commitment. By the end, you'll have a basic understanding of Xcode, the toolset for developing iOS apps; the building blocks of the Swift 3 development language, including variables, methods, and conditional statements; and the essentials of good interface design. Take the challenges issued along the way to test your knowledge and practice your new skills, and see all the concepts in action in the final chapter, where you put together a complete real-world app.


2D Game Design and Development Essential Training

Lynda.com - Tue, 12/06/2016 - 19:00
Authored By: Jesse Freeman

Released On: 12/7/2016

With today's wide range of game development tools and engines, it's easy to get started making 2D games with very little effort. But for your game to succeed, you need to plan it right from the start. Jesse Freeman walks you through everything you need to know to design and develop your first 2D game, from picking an engine, building artwork, and incorporating sound, to publishing and marketing the finished game. Along with high-level strategies, Jesse reviews the tools that you need to make development easier and faster—because the last thing you want to do is reinvent the wheel. Learn the fundamentals to designing 2D games from scratch and spend your energy on making great games.


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