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  • Photoshop Retro Vintage Design Tutorials

    - by Aditi
    Gone are the days when designers only wanted to create high glossy web2.0 gradient rich website designs. Now a days designers are coming up with rugged, retro & vintage themes for their website designs. Colorful or subtle with that worn out look the website seems like a masterpiece. It is not hard to pick up on such Photoshop techniques to master the art of making themes that are retro & vibrant. We have complied a list of tutorials you would like to learn from..rest is in your hands & creativity. Photochrom Vintage Postcard effect Turn your high definition photos into vintage postcards and use them in your website concepts. Learn More Add Retro Look to your Images Give that 1970’s retro look to your images and web concepts. It’s a very easy process using either patterns, brushes, colors or gradients, layer modes and variable opacity. Learn More Brushed metal effect, Just like World War Airplanes texture This is one of a kind photoshop tutorial that teaches how to use  noise and blur filters to create a brushed metal effect unlike other gradient based effects, Also it covers a few layer styles to create airplane graphic. Learn More Transform a New Image into Illustration, Retro Poster Style With the help of this tutorial you can create brilliant poster style or illustrative images and concepts for your new website. This tutorial is superb example of image enhancement & creative use of blending options in photoshop. Learn More Retro Neon Style Text Tutorial Just like the old days, the rainbow neon curvy text format that can be seen on many posters etc, can now be made for your use on website. This tutorial gives you a easy step by step procedure. Learn More Retro Dotted Photo Tutorial Find how to make a dotted poster of your image, pure retro feel. Learn More

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  • 7 Web Design Tutorials from PSD to HTML/CSS

    - by Sushaantu
    Some time back when I was looking for some tutorials to create a website from scratch i.e. the process from designing the PSD to slice it and CSS/XHTML it, then not many quality results appeared. But that was like almost an year back and a lot of water has flown down the river Thanes since then. In this list I will give you links to some wonderful tutorials teaching you in a step by step way to design a website. These tutorials are ideal for someone who is learning web designing and has grasp of basic CSS, XHTML and little designing on Photoshop. How to Design and Code Web 2.0 Style Web Design Design a website from PSD to HTML Designing and Coding a Grunge Web Design from Scratch Creating a CSS layout from scratch Build a Sleek Portfolio Site from Scratch Designing and Coding a web design from scratch Design and Code a Dark and Sleek Web Design

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  • How do you approach tutorials

    - by aurel
    Hi I get lots of interesting tutorials through feeds and sometimes I implement them step by step, other times I just read through them and note anything that I do not know. when ever I implement them I takes a long time - starting the project, typing the code (as I feel there is no point to copy and paste ), then going back and forth between browser and editing program All in all, I am interested to know how do you learn from the tutorials (I'm no where close to being an expert). Or if you don't use tutorials, is there any other way to learn? Thanks a lot

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  • Where are all the tutorials for libGDX?

    - by BluFire
    I've searched online for help and tutorials on LibGDX but I couldn't really find any, except and the wiki for asking questions on stackexchange. Besides the source (demos) and wiki, is there any other tutorials online that's hidden or indirect? From what I read, there isn't much documentation for LibGDX, so there's only two options I see Give up move to a different framework. Ask people a lot of questions.

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  • What are the benefits and drawback of documentation vs tutorials vs video tutorials [closed]

    - by Cat
    Which types of learning resources do you find the most helpful, for which kinds of learning and/or perhaps at specific times? Some examples of types of learning you could consider: When starting to integrate a new SDK inside an existing codebase When learning a new framework without having to integrate legacy code When digging deeper into an already-used SDK that you may not know very well yet For example - (video) tutorials are usually very easy to follow and tells a story from beginning to end to get results, but will nearly always assume starting from scratch or a previous tutorial. Therefore such a resource is useful for quick learning if you don't have legacy code around, but less so if you have to search for the best-fit to the code you already have. SDK Documentation on the other hand is well-structured but does not tell a story. It is more difficult to get to a specific larger result with documentation alone, but it is a better fit when you do have legacy code around and are searching for perhaps non-obvious ways of employing the SDK or library. Are there other forms of resources that you find useful, such as interactive training?

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  • 7 Web Design Tutorials from PSD to HTML/CSS

    - by Sushaantu
    Some time back when I was looking for some tutorials to create a website from scratch i.e. the process from designing the PSD to slice it and CSS/XHTML it, then not many quality results appeared. But that was like almost an year back and a lot of water has flown down the river Thanes since [...]

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  • Where have the Direct3D 11 tutorials on MSDN have gone?

    - by Cam Jackson
    I've had this tutorial bookmarked for ages. I've just decided to give DX11 a real go, so I've gone through that tutorial, but I can't find where the next one in the series is! There are no links from that page to either the next in the series, or back up to the table of contents that lists all of the tutorials. These are just companion tutorials to the samples that come with the SDK, but I find them very helpful. Searching MSDN from google and the MSDN Bing search box has turned up nothing, it's like they've removed all links to these tutorials, but the pages are still there if you have the URLs. Unfortunately, MSDN URLs are akin to youtube URLs, so I can't just guess the URL of the next tutorial. Anyone have any idea what happened to these tutorials, or how I can find the others?

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  • Where can I find some good tutorials for C++

    - by Rob
    My friend has convinced me to start learning some C++, so my question is simple: where can I find some good tutorials for it? But please don't link me to the usual dry boring tutorials that only tells you the function syntax, I need more thorough explanations. I get sidetracked very easily, and I need tutorials that are more on a human level, that I'll not only learn from, but enjoy reading as well. So I'd appreciate any links that would help :)

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  • node.js beginner tutorials?

    - by TreyK
    Hey all, I'm working on creating my first real node.js http server, and I'm sort of drowning in it. As a good teacher of mine always said, "I'll just shove you in the water for now, and then I'll show you how to swim." Fortunately, she wasn't a swimming instructor, but it's a good analogy nonetheless. I feel like I've jumped into node.js and I've only found a ping pong ball to help, that is to say, most of the tutorials I've read stop shortly after the "Hello World" example and I've mostly been trying to make sense of copied and pasted code (or they assume I have knowledge of lower level HTTP and webserver concepts that have been done for me as an Apache/PHP developer). I have experience in both client-side Javascript and PHP, but node seems to be a beast all of its own. I don't quite have the low-level knowledge that seems necessary for creating a node server, and connect, which seems to be a nice module for simplifying things, seems quite sparsely explained, even in the docs on its Git. Where could I find some tutorials to help me in this situation? TL;DR - Are there any tutorials for node.js that go beyond "Hello World" but don't require much low-level knowledge? Or any tutorials that explain lower-level HTTP and webserver concepts that I would need to effectively create a node HTTP server? Thanks for any help. -Trey

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  • Best C# Tutorials for a newbie?

    - by N00b
    Were there any awesome C# tutorials you found that helped you learn it? Or any books that you thought were particularly successful? Any that should be avoided? UPDATE: Tons of good answers, thank you all! To clarify the earlier question, hobbyist with only light programming experience previous. Working through online tutorials currently, probably going to pick up Head First C#.

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  • Start to Finish Advanced Project Tutorials

    - by Ronnie Overby
    Can anyone recommend some start to finish project tutorials that really emphasize good design principles and best practices. I am looking for things that demonstrate and emphasize any or all of these: Domain Driven Design Unit Testing Inversion of Control Separation of Concerns Use of interfaces Object Relational Mapping Preferably ASP.NET MVC I am currently watching the Autumn of Agile series, which demonstrates many of these principles. I would like to find more of these tutorials/demos.

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  • Linux based audio prodcuction tutorials

    - by thelinuxer
    I have been searching for a while for Linux based audio production tutorials. All I can find is tool based tutorials. For example I found tutorials on how to use jack, ardour, lmms ..etc. What I need is tutorials that teaches professional audio production with opensource/free tools, like those already available for protools and likes. If any one can guide me to any videos/articles available it would be highly appreciated. Thanks.

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  • Are there any good html 5 mmo design tutorials?

    - by Dwight Spencer
    Hey all. I got a rather inspired after playing gaia online's zOMG and wanted to revive an old project idea I've had laying around for a few years now. I'm looking to work with html5 (ie canvas, svg based sprites, & WebGL) to build a graphical web based MUD/MMO. Obviously, this is a new take on an old idea and after searching google I haven't really turned up many good resources. But does anyone have any tutorials or other resources to point me in the right direction?

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  • Are there any good html 5 mmo design tutorials? [on hold]

    - by Dwight Spencer
    Hey all. I got a rather inspired after playing gaia online's zOMG and wanted to revive an old project idea I've had laying around for a few years now. I'm looking to work with html5 (ie canvas, svg based sprites, & WebGL) to build a graphical web based MUD/MMO. Obviously, this is a new take on an old idea and after searching google I haven't really turned up many good resources. But does anyone have any tutorials or other resources to point me in the right direction?

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  • Introduction to vectorizing in MATLAB - any good tutorials?

    - by Gacek
    I'm looking for any good tutorials on vectorizing (loops) in MATLAB. I have quite simple algorithm, but it uses two for loops. I know that it should be simple to vectorize it and I would like to learn how to do it instead of asking you for the solution. But to let you know what problem I have, so you would be able to suggest best tutorials that are showing how to solve similar problems, here's the outline of my problem: B = zeros(size(A)); % //A is a given matrix. for i=1:size(A,1) for j=1:size(A,2) H = ... %// take some surrounding elements of the element at position (i,j) (i.e. using mask 3x3 elements) B(i,j) = computeSth(H); %// compute something on selected elements and place it in B end end So, I'm NOT asking for the solution. I'm asking for a good tutorials, examples of vectorizing loops in MATLAB. I would like to learn how to do it and do it on my own.

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  • New Java Tutorials Updated

    - by hinkmond
    The new Java Tutorials are here! The new Java Tutorials are here! So what? So, you can read them on your iPad thingie--if that's how you roll, that is... See: Read New Java Tutorials Here's a quote: What's New The Java Tutorials are continuously updated to keep up with changes to the Java Platform and to incorporate feedback from our readers. Recent updates include the following features: The Generics lesson has been completely reworked... The Java Tutorials are now available in two ebook formats: mobi ebook files for Kindle. ePub ebook files for iPad, Nook, and other eReaders that support the ePub format. Just kick back, open up your favorite tablet or eReader and learn all about the new things in the Java platform. Nice. All you need now is a cool drink and you're all set! Hinkmond

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  • Forth: free video tutorials?

    - by Peter Mortensen
    Can you recommend any free Forth video tutorials (except for following) ? The only one I know of is Samuel A. Falvo's excellent "Over The Shoulder Episode 1: Text Preprocessing in Forth". MPEG. 102 MB. There are also videos from the annual Forth Day, but I don't consider those to be tutorials. (Unfortunately Forth is, like R, C, C++, Java, C#, D, COM, .NET, F# and Frontier, an unspecific search term. Search tip for Forth: qualify it with "ans" - as in ANS Forth, the ANSI Forth Standard.) Accumulated based on answers and other information: Introductions to Forth Forth. By Ben Stiglitz. At RubyConf 2008 Orlando Florida, U.S.A. 13 min 35 secs. 32 MB. MP4. Advanced Over The Shoulder Episode 1: Text Preprocessing in Forth. By Samuel A. Falvo. 1 h 06 min 25 secs. 102 MB. MPEG.

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  • Tutorials for .NET database app using SQLite

    - by ChrisC
    I have some MS Access experience, and had a class on console c++ apps, now I am trying to develop my first program. It's a little C# db app. I have the db tables and columns planned and keyed into VS, but that's where I'm stuck. I'm needing C#/VS tutorials that will guide me on configuring relationships, datatyping, etc, on the db so I can get it ready for testing of the schema. The only tutorials I've been able to find either talk about general db basics (ie, not helping me with VS/C#), or about C# communications with an existing SQL db. Thank you. (In case it matters, I'm using the open source System.Data.SQLite (sqlite.phxsoftware.com) for the db. I chose it over SQL Server CE after seeing a comparison between the two. Also I wanted a server-less version of SQL because this little app will be on other people's computers and I want to to do as little support as possible.)

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  • Tutorials for .NET database app

    - by ChrisC
    My earlier question and comments are at "What is ADO.NET". This shows my level of knowledge about c# database apps. Can someone point me to tutorials and/or primers that can help me proceed from where I am (also stated in other question)? I've looked and all I've found are tutorials that talk about general db basics (ie, not helping with VS/C#), or talk about connecting to existing SQL db's. I need help setting one up and configuring it, as well as help on how to create and use queries to test the db schema.

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  • Tutorials for C# database app

    - by ChrisC
    My question and comments here http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2471198/what-is-ado-net shows my level of knowledge about c# database apps. Can someone point me to tutorials and/or primers that can help me proceed from where I am (also stated in other question)? I've looked and all I've found are tutorials that talk about general db basics (ie, not helping with VS/C#), or talk about connecting to existing SQL db's. I need help setting one up and configuring it, as well as help on how to create and use queries to test the db schema.

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  • Programming tutorials for people with zero experience

    - by www.aegisub.net
    A friend of mine is interested in learning how to program computers, but she knows nothing about programming. I suggested that Python might be a good language to start with, but after some googling, I couldn't find any tutorials that covered both programming and Python in an adequate way. I don't want her to go through the tiresome "learn algorithms in pseudocode first" routine. Instead, I'd like a tutorial that will explain the basic ideas while working towards a real goal, e.g. a very simple console game. Does anyone know of any such tutorials? Do you think that I'm mistaken in how I'm handling this? Is Python a bad choice? I know that something like C, C++ or Java won't work - too many details will be very counterproductive. On the other hand, I think that Lisp might be too mathematical and abstract. Python, on the other hand, will let her even do something like coding primitive graphical games in a short period of time.

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  • Are there any Tutorials for Protobuf-net?

    - by AKRamkumar
    I have been reading about protobuf-net and it is amazing! Are there any tutorials that I could use? (More specifically for Dictionary<TKey,TValue> and contracts for generics) Are there any tips associated with it? Could I simply plug it into my current codebase or are there any changes I need to do?

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