Ten Free Reference-Books a New Web-Developer Should Read February 2, 2012Posted by Tournas Dimitrios in Uncategorized.
Freelance Web-development is a multi – knowledge task , use these links as reference .
- PHPUnit : PHP Test-Driven Development cheat sheet will show you how to set up and automate your testing with ease and help you improve code quality.
- Essential MySQL : MySQL is the world’s most popular open source database
- Getting Started with Git : Git is a postmodern version control system that offers the familiar capabilities of SubVersion or CVS .
- Getting Started with UML : Unified Modeling Language (UML) is a set of rules and graphical notations for the specification of an object-oriented software system .
- jQuery Selectors : The essential JQuery Cheat-Sheet . jQuery Selectors are one of the most important aspects of the jQuery library, as they allow you to select and manipulate HTML elements as a group or as a single element.
- Core CSS (Part 1) : In this foundational reference card , you’ll find a bit of history and rationale for use, rule structure and syntax, but also a thorough resource as to the Cascade, inheritance and specificity – core principles of CSS that will expand and strengthen your professional ability to work with CSS.
- Core CSS (Part 2) : Part II continues the Core CSS Refcard series , and covers everything you ever wanted to know about CSS 2.0/2.1 selectors.
- Core CSS (Part 3) : Part III concludes the three-part Core CSS Refcard series You’ll learn not only about how visual models work , but how to troubleshoot and repair common problems too. The Refcard also covers The CSS Visual Model, The Box Model, The Power and Problem with Floats, CSS Positioning, Core CSS Wrap-Up, Hot Tips and More .
- Getting Started with Eclipse : Eclipse is the leading Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for Java , PHP , Flex ….