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Get a tour of Office 365, Microsoft's cloud-based Office software, from the perspectives of both an end user and an administrator. Learn how to set up accounts and team sites; upload and share files; and manage mail, contacts, and calendars with the Outlook Web App. Author David Rivers also shows how to connect with colleagues using newsfeeds, instant messaging, and LinkedIn.
Released On: 7/14/2016
Modern websites need to serve high-resolution images to avoid pixelation and blurring on high-pixel-density displays, but at a file size that loads quickly, even on mobile devices. This course shows how to use the GD functions in PHP to resize images and add an optional watermark to them. Author David Powers demonstrates how to calculate the correct scaling ratio by automatically measuring the dimensions and detecting the orientation of a JPEG image. He also explains how to add a watermark using text or, for a more polished result, an image blended with an alpha channel. All the techniques covered are completely nondestructive.
Chapter 2 pulls everything together, using a custom PHP class that can batch process multiple images, automatically detect the correct MIME type, generate custom sizes, and add an optional watermark.
Released On: 7/14/2016
Computers, at their most basic level, store information in bits—a series of on and off states represented by ones and zeroes. Using this binary language, the information in images, audio, video, text, and other files can be saved and shared. This principle is the basis of all computing, including programming. Here Doug Winnie explains the basics of binary: how digital information is represented, encoded, stored, and communicated between computers.
This course is the first in our Computer Science Principles series, designed around the AP Computer Science Principles (CSP) curriculum. It is a great foundation for anyone, at any age, to prepare for careers in technology and computer science. Lessons in this segment cover the building blocks of computing: binary logic, number systems, text and image encoding, compression, and simple communication protocols. Understanding these basics will help you understand the interplay between hardware, software, data, networks, and the people that use them.