Newly Published Free Computer & Technology Kindle eBooks

Html: HTML & CSS: For Beginners: Your Step by Step Guide to Easily HtmL & Css Programming in 7 Days

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Html: HTML & CSS: For Beginners: Your Step by Step Guide to Easily HtmL & Css Programming in 7 Days

Html: HTML & CSS: For Beginners: Your Step by Step Guide to Easily HtmL & Css Programming in 7 Days

HTML is an acronym for Hyper Text Mark-Up Language. It is the main programming language used to develop websites. It acts as a framework of sorts where different elements like color, video, images, flash animation, etc. could be added later on.

Back in the day, website creation and development would only go as far as one’s imagination. Website developers of yesteryears had to get specialized education just to be able to learn a programming language and start developing websites, applications, etc. This was an extremely grueling process and would often times become the deterring factor for students. However, when HTML was introduced, website creation and develop got a whole lot easier.

This book will help you understand HTML’s syntax and semantics, which will allow you to create a website completely from scratch. We’ll teach you how to lay down the foundations—the backbone—of a website and then add aesthetic elements later on using Cascading Style Sheets or what’s commonly known as CSS.

Here’s What You’ll Learn From This HTML & CSS For Beginners Book:
✓ Introduction
✓ HTML Fundamentals
✓ HTML Fundamentals 2
✓ HTML Fundamentals 3
✓ CSS In-depth
and much more

Java: Programming: Your Step by Step Guide to Easily Learn Java in 7 Days (Java for Beginners, Java Programming for Beginners, Learn Java, Java Language)

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Java: Programming: Your Step by Step Guide to Easily Learn Java in 7 Days (Java for Beginners, Java Programming for Beginners, Learn Java, Java Language)

Java: Programming: Your Step by Step Guide to Easily Learn Java in 7 Days (Java for Beginners, Java Programming for Beginners, Learn Java, Java Language)

Java is actually a decent programming language developed at Sun Microsystems. It was originally used for Internet applications or applets. Those applets are embedded on web pages and run in the browser. Java uses a special format known as byte code instead of an ordinary machine code.
Java is not limited to Internet applications. It is technically a complete general object-oriented programming language which can be used to develop all sorts of applications. The syntax of Java is very much similar to the syntax of C++ but removes its error-prone features and complications.
Throughout the eBook, we will discuss the basics of how Java programs are compiled, simple expressions and declarations, classes, objects, and statements, until you are able to learn, understand, and write a complete Java program in just one day.

Here’s What You’ll Learn From This Java For Beginners Book:
✓ Introduction
✓ Chapter 1: Basics of Java
✓ Chapter 2: Conditional Statements, Iterative Statements, and Branching Statements
✓ Chapter 3 Arrays
✓ Chapter 4 Methods, Objects, Classes
✓ Chapter 5 Interfaces and Inheritance
✓ Chapter 6 Packages
✓ and much more

Python: Programming: Your Step By Step Guide To Easily Learn Python in 7 Days (Python for Beginners, Python Programming for Beginners, Learn Python, Python Language)

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Python: Programming: Your Step By Step Guide To Easily Learn Python in 7 Days (Python for Beginners, Python Programming for Beginners, Learn Python, Python Language)

Python: Programming: Your Step By Step Guide To Easily Learn Python in 7 Days (Python for Beginners, Python Programming for Beginners, Learn Python, Python Language)

Learning Python Programming in 7 days is possible, although it might not look like it’s easy at first, especially if you are someone with meager experience in dealing with a programming language. As you learn, you will see that it is not that difficult to understand, and it becomes easier when you add patience, diligence, and discipline.
This book has all the materials that you need in learning basic Python Programming. It is presented in easy to understand format – much of technical jargons were eliminated, although you might still find some, but they are the terms that you will likely (almost always) encounter when creating your codes. You will find no such trouble in understanding the terms, and how to do it properly. Samples are provided for you, and explanations are also presented so you won’t get lost and still have fun while learning.
You will be glad that you have this book with you while learning Python. Discover many things that you can do with Python programming, and you might even start a new career.

Here’s What You’ll Learn From This Python For Beginners Book:
✓ Introduction
✓ Chapter 1: Welcome to the World of the Python
✓ Chapter 2: Python Syntax
✓ Chapter 3: Important Strings and Console Output
✓ Chapter 4: The Conditionals and Control Flow
✓ Chapter 5: Understanding Lists, Tuples, and Dictionaries
✓ Chapter 6: The Loops
✓ Chapter 7: Understanding the Functions
✓ Chapter 8: Coding a Full Program
✓ Chapter 9: Reserved Words and Functions
✓ and much more

JavaScript: 2 Books in 1: Beginner’s Guide + Tips and Tricks to Programming Code with JavaScript (JavaScript, Java, Python, Programming, Code, Project Management, Computer Programming)

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JavaScript: 2 Books in 1: Beginner's Guide + Tips and Tricks to Programming Code with JavaScript (JavaScript, Java, Python, Programming, Code, Project Management, Computer Programming)

JavaScript: 2 Books in 1: Beginner’s Guide + Tips and Tricks to Programming Code with JavaScript (JavaScript, Java, Python, Programming, Code, Project Management, Computer Programming)

Amazon Best Seller: 2 Books In 1!

Download this Best-Selling JavaScript Computer Programming Bundle that contains:
JavaScript: Beginner’s Guide to Programming Code with JavaScript
JavaScript: Tips and Tricks to Programming Code with JavaScript

Learn JavaScript programming today and begin your path towards JavaScript programming mastery!

In the Definitive JavaScript Beginner’s Guide, you’re about to discover how to…

Program code in JavaScript through learning the core essentials that every JavaScript programmer must know. JavaScript is on the internet everywhere we look. Thanks to JavaScript, many of the sites that you enjoy are able to run the way that they are supposed to. And when you understand how JavaScript works, you are going to have the advantage of knowing how websites function effectively.

Here is a Preview of What You’ll Learn…

  • Essentials of JavaScript programming. Quickly pick up the code examples found on the book and start learning the concepts as you code
  • Major aspects of JavaScript programming – including concepts that are found on other computer languages
  • Various mechanics of JavaScript programming: variables, conditional statements, etc. and why learning these core principles are important to JavaScript programming success
  • How JavaScript and HTML are able to effectively work together to create better web pages
  • … And much, much more!

Added Benefits of owning this book:

  • Get a better understanding of the JavaScript programming language
  • Learn the basic building blocks of the JavaScript programming language

In this Definitive JavaScript Tips and Tricks Guide, you’re about to discover how to…
Accelerate your JavaScript learning through the different Tips and Tricks available; vital information that every JavaScript programmer must know in order to take their skills to the next level. JavaScript is on the internet everywhere we look. Thanks to JavaScript, many of the sites that you enjoy are able to run the way that they are supposed to. And when you understand how JavaScript works, you are going to have the advantage of knowing how websites function effectively. With these Tips and Tricks, you are able to take your JavaScript knowledge to another level.

Here is a Preview of What You’ll Learn…

  • The Ultimate JavaScript Cheat Sheet – A Must Have for Every Programmer !
  • Building your own cool JavaScript Library that leverages JavaScript’s capabilities
  • Reference guide to several JavaScript Tips and Tricks
  • JavaScript skills one must know moving forward
  • … And much, much more!

Added Benefits of owning this book:

  • Get a better understanding of the available JavaScript Tips and Tricks
  • Learn more JavaScript code in order to gain the confidence to tackle more complex topics
  • Gain effective concepts in your path towards JavaScript programming mastery

Learning JavaScript Tips and Tricks can help you in many ways both professionally and personally. By implementing the lessons in this book, not only would you learn one of today’s most popular computer languages, but it will serve as your guide in accomplishing your JavaScript goals – whether as a fun hobby or as a starting point into a successful and long term Web Development career.

React.js Book – Solid understanding of a hard to learn JavaScript programming library: A book for JavaScript developers who want to learn the basics of ReactJS programming

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React.js Book - Solid understanding of a hard to learn JavaScript programming library

React.js Book – Solid understanding of a hard to learn JavaScript programming library

Note: I updated the book again on January 3rd, 2017. It is now at 102 pages, the double of the original draft. I included better explanations and edited it.

My fourth web development book is simply called React.js Book. It will walk you step by step through the process of setting up a development environment and learning Reactive programming from start to finish. React is a library unlike any other I have worked with. Unlike jQuery where you had to learn a number of methods that do very specific things, it’s largely inspired by a programming methodology for creating fast web applications.

In addition you will be expected to know or at least be briefly familiar with prerequisite knowledge of other web development tools such as Node.js, NPM, Babel, JSX and Webpack. These are not required elements of programming with React, but without them things would be tough.

As of 2017, Reactive programming is an alternative way of thinking about web applications. It provides software patterns that make your web app extremely responsive to user input and generally feel faster to the end-user (people who are using your application.) The Virtual DOM alone is enough of a reason to switch to React.

Programming with React library, is a lot more than just learning about and using React objects, components, states, props and methods. It requires previous experience with JavaScript and at times assumes knowledge of software principles not inherent to React library itself.

This book is not a list of object names, methods and functions with side explanations of what they do. Rather, it deals with the said principles involved in React programming thought up by the creators of React library. Principles that are usually understood by professional web developers and software engineers.

For all these reasons stated above, this book will gradually walk you through the process of becoming familiar with React library, starting from basic concepts. Gradually, we will move toward more advanced subjects. So, prepare to be educated!

 

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Newly Published Free History Kindle eBooks

French and Indian War: A History From Beginning to End

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French and Indian War: A History From Beginning to End

French and Indian War: A History From Beginning to End

The French and Indian War is one of the most significant, yet least acknowledged and understood, periods of American history. Fought chiefly between the two imperial powers of England and France in the mid-18th century, the struggle would also draw in native Indian nations who sought to exert their own strength and sovereignty over the North American continent.

Inside you will read about…
✓ Imperial Appetites
✓ Sparks Ignite
✓ Rumours of War
✓ Pitt Rising
✓ The Montcalm Before the Storm
✓ Fortresses Fall
✓ From the Plains of Abraham to Peace

From the first shots fired in the Ohio Valley wilderness in 1754 until the Treaty of Paris signed in 1763, the French and Indian War became a conflict that encircled the globe, drawing in nation after nation and inciting battles from the Caribbean to the Philippines. This book tells the story of this mighty struggle and how its outcome ultimately laid the foundations for the modern world we inhabit today.

Hittites: A Powerful Ancient Civilization

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Hittites: A powerful ancient civilization

Hittites: A powerful ancient civilization

Until about a century ago, little was known of the Hittites еxсерt their nаmе that wаѕ mentioned infrequently іn the Old Testament. They wеrе соmmоnlу аѕѕumеd tо hаvе played nо role of аnу significance іn hіѕtоrу. This аlѕо gave others thе impression thаt thеу were lіttlе mоrе thаn a minor bаrbаrіаn tribe. Hоwеvеr, in 1870 a discovery of ѕоmе curiously inscribed ѕtоnеѕ fоund іn Syria bеgаn аn extensive inquiry into the history of this civilization.

It was nоt lоng bеfоrе scores of оthеr mоnumеntѕ аnd clay tаblеtѕ wеrе dіѕсоvеrеd оvеr a large rеgіоn in thе Mіddlе Eаѕt. In 1907, еvіdеnсе оf аn ancient сіtу wаѕ unеаrthеd nеаr thе vіllаgе оf Bоghаzkоу in Turkеу. The evidence lead to the ruіnѕ оf a grеаt fоrtіfіеd capital, саllеd Hаttuѕаѕ оr Hіttіtе Cіtу. Wіthіn thе walls оf this city, mоrе thаn 20,000 clay tаblеtѕ wеrе dіѕсоvеrеd. On thе bаѕіѕ оf this discovery, іt wаѕ сlеаr thаt thе Hіttіtеѕ wеrе thе rulеrѕ оf a mіghtу еmріrе, соvеrіng most оf Aѕіа Minor аnd thе Mіddlе Eаѕt, іnсludіng at іtѕ height Sуrіа аnd раrtѕ оf Palestine.

Here is what you will learn:

  • Political Structure of the Hittites
  • Hittite Law
  • Social and Economic Customs of the Hittites
  • Religion of the Hittites
  • Interaction between the Hittites Empire and Ancient Egypt
  • And much, much, more

Subjects include: Agriculture, Ancient Languages, Spirituality & Religion, Art forms, Architecture, Government, and Civilization.

The Reign of Tiberius

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The Reign of Tiberius

The Reign of Tiberius

Kings were the original Magistrates of Rome: Lucius Brutus founded Liberty and the Consulship: Dictators were chosen occasionally, and used only in pressing exigencies. Little more than two years prevailed the supreme power of the Decemvirate, and the consular jurisdiction of the military Tribunes not very many. The domination of Cinna was but short, that of Sylla not long. The authority of Pompey and Crassus was quickly swallowed up in Caesar; that of Lepidus and Anthony in Augustus. The Commonwealth, then long distressed and exhausted by the rage of her civil dissensions, fell easily into his hands, and over her he assumed a sovereign dominion; yet softened with a venerable name, that of Prince or Chief of the Senate. But the several revolutions in the ancient free state of Rome, and all her happy or disastrous events, are already recorded by writers of signal renown. Nor even in the reign of Augustus were there wanting authors of distinction and genius to have composed his story; till by the prevailing spirit of fear, flattery, and abasement they were checked. As to the succeeding Princes, Tiberius, Caligula, Claudius, and Nero; the dread of their tyranny, whilst they yet reigned, falsified their history; and after their fall, the fresh detestation of their cruelties inflamed their Historians. Hence my own design of recounting briefly certain incidents in the reign of Augustus, chiefly towards his latter end, and of entering afterwards more fully into that of Tiberius and the other three; unbiased as I am in this undertaking by any resentment, or any affection; all the influences of these personal passions being far from me…

The Louvre: The History and Legacy of the World’s Most Famous Art Museum

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The Louvre: The History and Legacy of the World’s Most Famous Art Museum

The Louvre: The History and Legacy of the World’s Most Famous Art Museum

*Includes pictures
*Profiles the art departments and most famous works
*Profiles the history of the site from medieval times to the present day
*Includes online resources and a bibliography for further reading
*Includes a table of contents

“Keep good company – that is, go to the Louvre.” – Paul Cezanne

The Louvre: The very name conjures up scenes of art and elegance, and of long halls filled with beauty and people strolling through them whispering quietly among themselves about the glories they are witnessing. Even those who have never been to the Louvre know some of its most prized possessions, from ancient statues to Leonardo Da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa”. As the world’s largest museum, the Louvre is unquestionably the cultural highpoint of Paris, a city that has long been considered the cultural center of Europe.

However, life is rarely as simple as one imagines, and the life of the Louvre is no different. While just about everyone is familiar with its history as an art museum, the Louvre’s history goes back over 800 years, and it used to have far different purposes, both as a medieval fortress and a palatial residence for French kings. The Louvre bore witness to mass murder during the French Revolution, and there have been countless accusations of theft and other questionable actions since its opening.

Furthermore, the museum is also a classic example of beating one’s swords into ploughshares, for it has been largely stocked through the conquests of war. Its first collection was put on display by a king who wanted to share his personal art collection with his subjects. Following the French Revolution, the Louvre became a place of ascetic refuge, where those burdened by daily life could go, often at no cost, and visit some of the most beautiful pieces of art in the world. While the power hungry Napoleon made war across the continent, he was also always on the lookout for beautiful and interesting items to send home to his people. Later, when rioters attempted to burn the building down, the museum portion of the palace survived, almost by miracle, and when the Nazis occupied Paris, they found that most of the items of value had been safely sent away. Ironically, when World War II was over, the museum became a safehouse for items stolen by the Germans from around the world, and a conduit to get the pieces back to their rightful owners. Even now, in the 21st century, the museum is serving as a bridge to peace and understanding; its latest gallery was designed to showcase Islamic art in the hope of bringing together people from different cultures. This is, to say the least, quite a change of pace for a fortress originally intended to fight off invaders.

The Louvre: The History and Legacy of the World’s Most Famous Art Museum chronicles the remarkable history of the museum and highlights some of its most important pieces. Along with pictures depicting important people, places, and events, you will learn about the Louvre like never before.

The Vietnam War: The Secret History of The Vietnam War (The Cold War Book 1)

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The Vietnam War: The Secret History of The Vietnam War (The Cold War Book 1)

The Vietnam War: The Secret History of The Vietnam War (The Cold War Book 1)

Explore The Dark Secrets of The Vietnam War
Could America Have Won This War If it Didn’t Withdraw? What Mistakes Did The American Government Make? Explore These Unanswered Questions of The Vietnam War

To this day the Vietnam war proves to be one of the most controversial subjects of American history. Some believe that it was disgraceful how America left the war without finishing it, and other believe that it was correct to leave Vietnam without finishing the war since it was becoming too costly.

We will explore this controversial subject of American history and reveal facts that not too many are aware of. Like leaks that revealed the war would have ended just before Nixon came to power with the Paris talks. But this would have foiled his plans as he had focused on getting Americans out of Vietnam during his campaign and Nixon deliberately facilitated the war to continue.

The Story of Napoleon

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The Story of Napoleon

The Story of Napoleon

Whenever we hear the name of Napoleon mentioned, or see it printed in a book, it is usually in connection with a hard-fought victory on the battlefield. He certainly spent most of his life in the camp, and enjoyed the society of soldiers more than that of courtiers. The thunder of guns, the charge of cavalry, and the flash of bayonets as they glittered in the sun, appealed to him with much the same force as music to more ordinary folk. Indeed, he himself tells us that “the cries of the dying, the tears of the hopeless, surrounded my cradle from the moment of my birth.”
We are apt to forget that this mighty conqueror, whom Carlyle calls “our last great man,” had a childhood at all. He was born nearly a century and a half ago, on the 15th August 1769 to be exact, in the little town of Ajaccio, the capital of picturesque Corsica. This miniature island rises a bold tree-covered rock in the blue waters of the Mediterranean, fifty miles west of the coast of Italy. It had been sold to France by the Republic of Genoa the previous year, but the inhabitants had fought for their independence with praiseworthy determination. Then civil war broke out, and the struggle finally ended three months before the birth of the boy who was to become the ruler of the conquering nation. The Corsicans had their revenge in time, although in a way very different from what they could have expected.
Letizia Bonaparte, Napoleon’s mother, was as beautiful as she was energetic, and her famous son never allowed anyone to speak ill of her. “My excellent mother,” said he, not long before his death, “is a woman of courage and of great talent … she is capable of doing everything for me,” and he added that the high position which he attained was due largely to the careful way in which she brought him up…

 

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