Enterprise Class Mobile Application Development: A Complete Lifecycle Approach for Producing Mobile Apps (developerWorks Series)
Build and Deploy Mobile Business Apps That Smoothly Integrate with Enterprise IT For today’s enterprises, mobile apps can have a truly transformational impact. However, to maximize their value, you can’t build them in isolation. Your new mobile apps must reflect the revolutionary mobile paradigm and delight today’s mobile users--but they must also integrate smoothly with existing systems and leverage previous generations of IT investment. In this guide, a team of IBM’s leading experts show how to meet all these goals. Drawing on extensive experience with pioneering enterprise clients, they cover every facet of planning, building, integrating, and deploying mobile apps in large-scale production environments. You’ll find proven advice and best practices for architecture, cloud integration, security, user experience, coding, testing, and much more. Each chapter can stand alone to help you solve specific real-world problems. Together, they help you establish a flow of DevOps activities and lifecycle processes fully optimized for enterprise mobility.
Published by: IBM Press | Publication date: 11/19/2015Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 176 pages
Write and run Swift language programs in the Cloud Written by the team of developers that has helped bring the Swift language to Cloud computing, this is the definitive guide to writing and running Swift language programs for cloud environment. In Swift in the Cloud, you'll find full coverage of all aspects of creating and running Swift language applications in Cloud computing environments, complete with examples of real code that you can start running and experimenting with today. Since Apple introduced the Swift language in 2014, it has become one of the most rapidly adopted computer programming languages in history—and now you too can start benefitting from using the same programming language for all components of a scalable, robust business software solution.
- Create server applications using Swift and run them on pay-as-you-go cloud infrastructure
- Quickly write and test Swift code snippets in your own cloud sandbox
- Use Docker containers to deploy Swift applications into multiple cloud environments without having to change code
- Grasp the elements and structure of the Swift.org open technology project
- Find out how to avoid the complexities of runtime configuration by using Cloud Foundry buildpacks for Swift
- Build high performing web applications and REST APIs with an open source Swift based web server framework
- Scale up your cloud services by running Swift modules in an asynchronous, open source, 'serverless' cloud environment
Published by: Wiley | Publication date: 08/04/2017Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 265 pages
The Development of the Church: “The Principle of Protestantism” and other Historical Writings of Philip Schaff (Mercersburg Theology Study Series Book 3)
Philip Schaff, the founder of church history in America, was widely celebrated in his later career. Soon after his arrival from Germany, however, his Principle of Protestantism (1845) was stiffly denounced for its favorable attitude toward Roman Catholicism, harsh critique of denominationalism, and theory of historical progress leading to a church that would be both Evangelical and Catholic. Charles Hodge's review of the book provided the most cogent analysis of its implications for American Christianity. Schaff further clarified his understanding of progress in What Is Church History? (1846) and "German Theology and the Church Question" (1853). Together, these early writings of the Mercersburg theology set forth the parameters of what later generations would call the ecumenical movement. This edition carefully preserves these texts while providing extensive introductions, annotations, bibliography, and a glossary of key names to orient the reader and facilitate further scholarship.The Mercersburg Theology Study Series presents attractive, readable, scholarly, modern editions of the key writings of the nineteenth-century theological movement led by Philip Schaff and John Nevin. It aims to introduce the academic community and the broader public more fully to Mercersburg's unique blend of American and European, Reformed and Catholic theology."Philip Schaff is well known for his organic view of church history that he hoped would free American Protestants from anti-Catholicism and encourage them to embrace a vision of the church's progress toward union. The writings collected in this edition support that reputation, and reveal the relevance of Schaff in both his day and ours. This volume is a must-read for those discovering the origin of the ecumenical movement."--Sam Hamstra, Jr., Affiliate Professor of Church History and Worship, Northern Seminary; Author of What's Love Got to Do With It?: How the Heart of God Shapes WorshipPhilip Schaff (1819-93) was a professor at Mercersburg Seminary and Union Theological Seminary, and nineteenth-century America's leading church historian.David R. Bains is the Armstrong Professor of Religion at Samford University. Publications of his histories of theology and worship include The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to World Christianity.Theodore Louis Trost is Professor of Religious Studies and New College at the University of Alabama. His writings include Douglas Horton and the Ecumenical Impulse in American Religion.
Published by: Wipf & Stock, an Imprint of Wipf and Stock Publishers | Publication date: 10/16/2018Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 265 pages
More Tales from the Golden Age of Science Fiction Volume II: An Anthology of 50 Short Stories (Unexpurgated Edition) (Halcyon Classics)
This Halcyon Classics ebook collection contains fifty science fiction short stories and novellas by more than forty different authors. Most of the stories in this collection were published during the heyday of popular science fiction magazines from the 1930s to the 1960s.Included within this work are stories by Randall Garrett, Robert Sheckley, Marion Zimmer Bradley, Philip K. Dick, Lester Del Rey, Edmond Hamilton, Fritz Leiber, and many others. This collection is DRM free and includes an active table of contents for easy navigation.Contents:FREUDIAN SLIPBy Franklin AbelASSASSINBy J. F. BoneCHAIN OF COMMANDBy Stephen ArrINSIDEKICKBy J. F. BoneTHE COLORS OF SPACEBy Marion Zimmer BradleySUGAR PLUMBy Reginald BretnorFIRST MANBy Clyde BrownA MIXTURE OF GENIUSBy Arnold CastleTHE SMALL WORLD OF M-75By Ed M. Clinton, Jr.TURNING POINTBy Alfred CoppelTHE INSTANT OF NOWBy Irving E. Cox, Jr.BIG STUPEBy Charles V. De VetNO STRINGS ATTACHEDBy Lester Del ReyMR. SPACESHIPBy Philip K. DickTHE FINDING OF HALDGRENBy Charles Willard DiffinTHE STAR LORDBy Boyd EllanbyTHE BEASTS IN THE VOIDBy Paul W. FairmanTHE SLOTHS OF KRUVNYBy Vern FearingREBELS OF THE RED PLANETBy Charles L. FontenayTHE ODYSSEY OF SAM MEECHAMBy Charles E. FritchINSTANT OF DECISIONBy Randall GarrettOR YOUR MONEY BACKBy Randall GarrettACID BATHBy Vaseleos GarsonTHE MIGHTY DEADBy William Campbell GaultNO CHARGE FOR ALTERATIONSBy H. L. GoldA WORLD CALLED CRIMSONBy Darius John GrangerTHE WORLD WITH A THOUSAND MOONSBy Edmond HamiltonNOW WE ARE THREEBy Joe L. HensleySPACEMEN NEVER DIE!By Morris HershmanHUMAN ERRORBy Raymond F. JonesHUNTERS OUT OF SPACEBy Joseph E. KelleamSPECIAL DELIVERYBy Damon KnightTHE BIG TIMEBy Fritz LeiberTAKE THE REASON PRISONERBy John J. McGuireCELEBRITYBy James McKimmey, Jr.THE DOUBLE SPYBy Dan T. MooreA FEAST OF DEMONSBy William MorrisonREVENGEBy Arthur PorgesCITY OF THE LIVING DEADBy Fletcher Pratt & Laurence ManningPOPPA NEEDS SHORTSBy Walt & Leigh RichmondWAINERBy Michael ShaaraWARMBy Robert SheckleyTHE ROMANTIC ANALOGUEBy W. W. SkupeldyckleCOMPATIBLEBy Richard R. SmithMY FAIR PLANETBy Evelyn E. SmithFAIR AND WARMERBy E. G. Von WaldSECOND LANDINGBy Floyd WallaceHAS ANYBODY HERE SEEN KELLY?By Bryce WaltonFOR EVERY MAN A REASONBy Patrick WilkinsTHE STATUEBy Mari WolfThis unexpurgated edition contains the complete text, with minor errors and omissions corrected.
Published by: Halcyon Press Ltd. | Publication date: 05/27/2010Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 1626 pages
The Cold Calculations by Michael A. Burstein, They Twinkled like Jewels by Philip José Farmer, Lingua Franca by Carole McDonnell, Dawn of Flame by Stanley G. Weinbaum, Don’t Jump by Jamie Wild, Youth by Isaac Asimov, Digger Don't Take No Requests by John Teehan, Lighter than You Think by Nelson Bond, Garden of Souls by M. Turville Heitz, The Variable Man by Philip K. Dick, Starwisps by Edward J. McFadden III, Gorgono and Slith by Ray Bradbury, I Was There When They Made the Video by Cynthia Ward, The Perfect Host by Theodore Sturgeon, That Universe We Both Dreamed Of by Jay O’Connell, The Lake of Light by Jack Williamson, Lies, Truth, and the Color of Faith by Gerri Leen, Hopscotch and Hottentots by Lou Antonelli, No Place to Hide by James Dorr, Industrial Revolution by Poul Anderson, The Visitor by Ann Wilkes, Travel Diary by Alfred Bester, Encounter in Redgunk by William R. Eakin, The Second Satellite by Edmond Hamilton, The Indecorous Rescue of Clarinda Merwin by Brenda W. Clough, Lost Paradise by C. L. Moore, Siblings by Warren Lapine, Gun for Hire by Mack Reynolds, The Answer by H. Beam Piper, Pythias by Frederik Pohl, Arm of the Law by Harry Harrison, The Good Neighbors by Edgar Pangborn, The Intruder by Emil Petaja, The Six Fingers of Time by R. A. Lafferty, An Ounce of Cure by Alan Edward Nourse, The Hoofer by Walter M. Miller, Jr., The Stellar Legion by Leigh Brackett, Year of the Big Thaw by Marion Zimmer BradleyCompletely revised and updated, this second edition text is one of the most comprehensive sci-fi eBooks on the market today.
Published by: Positronic Publishing | Publication date: 08/03/2014Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 426 pages
The Golden Age of Science Fiction Vol. XIII: An Anthology of Fifty Short Stories (Unexpurgated Edition) (Halcyon Classics)
This Halcyon Classics ebook collection contains fifty classic science fiction short stories and novellas by more than forty different authors. Most of the stories in this collection were published during the heyday of popular science fiction magazines from the 1930s to the 1960s.Included within this work are stories by H. Beam Piper, Phillip K. Dick, Walter M. Miller, Roger Aycock, Edmond Hamilton, Stephen Marlowe, Randall Garrett, Mack Reynolds, H.B. Fyfe, and many others. This collection includes an active table of contents for easy navigation.ONCE UPON A PLANETBy J. J. AllertonMR. PRESIDENTBy Stephen ArrTHE FRIGHTENED PLANETBy Sidney AustenPET FARMBy Roger D. AycockTHE PLOTTERSBy Alexander BladeLOVE STORYBy Irving E. Cox, Jr.THE TRAPBy Betsy CurtisCLEAN BREAKBy Roger Dee THE VARIABLE MANBy Philip K. DickUNIFORM OF A MANBy Dave DryfoosCATEGORY PHOENIXBy Boyd EllanbySKIN GAMEBy Charles E. FritchLET THERE BE LIGHTBy Horace B. FyfeSUITE MENTALEBy Randall GarrettTHE MEASURE OF A MANBy Randall GarrettTHE SPHERE OF SLEEPBy Chester S. GeierA THOUGHT FOR TOMORROWBy Robert E. GilbertBOOMERANG BULLETSBy James A. GoldthwaiteTHE DOOR INTO INFINITYBy Edmond HamiltonBEYOND THE THUNDERBy H. B. HickeyFEET OF CLAYBy Phillip HoskinsTHE UNLEARNEDBy Raymond F. JonesPROJECT HUSHBy Phillip KlassTAPE JOCKEYBy Tom LeahyOOGIE FINDS LOVEBy Berkeley LivingstonBREEDER REACTIONBy Winston MarksBROWN JOHN'S BODYBy Winston MarksEARTHSMITHBy Stephen MarloweWORLD BEYOND PLUTOBy Stephen MarloweTHE HITCH HIKERSBy Vernon L. McCainLIFE SENTENCEBy James McConnellTHE AMBASSADORBy Sam Merwin, Jr.WAY OF A REBELBy Walter Miller, Jr.OF TIME AND TEXASBy William F. NolanTHY NAME IS WOMANBy Kenneth O'HaraTHE HELL SHIPBy Ray PalmerTHE MERCENARIESBy H. Beam PiperTHE OCTOPUS CYCLEBy Irvin Lester and Fletcher PrattTHE SWORDBy Frank QuattrocchiCODE THREEBy Rick RaphaelTHE COMMON MANBy Mack ReynoldsTHE BOOKBy Michael ShaaraPROBABILITYBy Louis TrimbleSUCCESS STORYBy Robert TurnerTHE JUDAS VALLEYBy Gerald VanceMOON GLOWBy G. L. VandenburgWHEN THE MOON TURNED GREENBy Hal K. WellsTHE END OF TIMEBy Wallace WestPLANET OF THE GODSBy Robert Moore WilliamsTHE GOD IN THE BOXBy Sewell Peaslee WrightThis unexpurgated edition contains the complete text with errors and omissions corrected.
Published by: Halcyon Press Ltd. | Publication date: 08/26/2010Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 827 pages
THE GOLDEN ERA OF SCIENCE FICTION contains fifty classic science fiction short stories and novellas by more than forty different authors. Most of the stories in this collection were published during the heyday of popular science fiction magazines from the 1930s to the 1960s.Included within this work are stories by Randall Garrett, Mack Reynolds, Jerome Bixby, Walter M. Miller Jr., Algis Budrys, J.F. Bone, Mark Clifton, Raymond F. Jones, Stephen Marlowe, Joseph Samachson, and many others. Includes an active table of contents with back-linking for easy navigation.• THE DRAW, Jerome Bixby• INSIDEKICK, J. F. Bone• THE SALESMAN, Waldo T. Boyd• TWELVE TIMES ZERO, Howard Browne• RIYA'S FOUNDLING, Algis Budrys• MANAPE THE MIGHTY, Arthur J. Burks• DO UNTO OTHERS, Mark Clifton• THE KENZIE REPORT, Mark Irvin Clifton• IN THE CARDS, Alan Cogan• THE INVADER, Alfred Coppel• TURNOVER POINT, Alfred Coppel• JACK OF NO TRADES, Charles Cottrell• DELAYED ACTION, Charles V. De Vet• HOLOCAUST, Charles Willard Diffin• NEW HIRE, Dave Dryfoos• THE LAST GENERATION, James Elroy Flecker• I LIKE MARTIAN MUSIC, Charles E. Fritch• MANNERS OF THE AGE, H. B. Fyfe• THE FOREIGN HAND TIE, Randall Garrett• THE HIGHEST ... TREASON, Randall Garrett• THY ROCKS AND RILLS, Robert Ernest Gilbert• THE ENORMOUS ROOM, H. L. Gold & Robert Krepps• THE EYE OF WILBUR MOOK, H. B. Hickey• HUMAN ERROR, Raymond F. Jones• DEATH OF A B. E. M., Berkeley Livingston• YOU TOO CAN BE A MILLIONAIRE, Noel Loomis• THE ALTERNATE PLAN, Gerry Maddren• THE TEST COLONY, Winston Marks• UNBEGOTTEN CHILD, Winston Marks• PRISON OF A BILLION YEARS, Stephen Marlowe• 'MID PLEASURES AND PALACES, James McKimmey, Jr.• THE EYES HAVE IT, James McKimmey, Jr.• THE TIES THAT BIND, Walter Miller, Jr.• WAY OF A REBEL, Walter Miller, Jr.• THE TREE OF LIFE, C. L. Moore• RESTRICTED TOOL, Malcolm B. Morehart, Jr.• SHOCK TREATMENT, Stanley Mullen• NEW APPLES IN THE GARDEN, Kris Neville• TILLIE, Rog Phillips• YE OF LITTLE FAITH, Rog Phillips• STATUS QUO, Mack Reynolds• THE SECOND VOICE, Mann Rubin• A FEAST OF DEMONS, Joseph Samachson• THE 7th ORDER, Jerry Sohl• WORLD WITHOUT WAR, E. G. Von Wald• ACCIDENTAL FLIGHT, F. L. Wallace• THE VICTOR, Bryce Walton• CANCER WORLD, Harry Warner, Jr.• THE LOST WARSHIP, Robert Moore Williams• THE MAN FROM 2071, Sewell Peaslee Wright
Published by: Halcyon Press Ltd. | Publication date: 04/27/2011Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 1851 pages
THE GOLDEN ERA OF SCIENCE FICTION Volume II contains fifty classic science fiction short stories and novellas by more than forty different authors. Most of the stories in this collection were published during the heyday of popular science fiction magazines from the 1930s to the 1960s.Included within this work are stories by Randall Garrett, Jerome Bixby, Algis Budrys, Mark Clifton, Raymond F. Jones, Joseph Samachson, and many others. Includes an active table of contents with back-linking for easy navigation.• THE SLIZZERS, Jerome Bixby• WHERE THERE'S HOPE, Jerome Bixby• CITADEL, Algis Budrys• THE BARBARIANS, Algis Budrys• A WOMAN’S PLACE, Mark Irvin Clifton• DO UNTO OTHERS, Mark Irvin Clifton• THE FLYING CUSPIDORS, V. R. Francis• THE ENVOY HER, H. B. Fyfe• THE PENAL CLUSTER, Randall Garrett• THE UNNECESSARY MAN, Randall Garrett• WHAT ROUGH BEAST?, Jefferson Highe• THE COLONISTS, Raymond F. Jones• KNOW THY NEIGHBOR, Elisabeth R. Lewis• FORSYTE'S RETREAT, Winston Marks• MATE IN TWO MOVES, Winston Marks• TABBY, Winston Marks• THE MIND DIGGER, Winston Marks• BEDSIDE MANNER, William Morrison• THE MODEL OF A JUDGE, William Morrison• ISLANDS IN THE AIR, Lowell Howard Morrow• OMEGA, THE MAN, Lowell Howard Morrow• MASTER OF THE MOONDOG, Stanley Mullen• SHE KNEW HE WAS COMING, Kris Neville• SUZY, Watson Parker• THE COMING OF THE ICE, Green Peyton Wertenbaker• THE MERCHANTS OF VENUS, A.H. Phelps, Jr.• THE UNTHINKING DESTROYER, Rog Phillips• BEDSIDE MANNER, Joseph Samachson• BRINK OF MADNESS, Walt Sheldon• THIS IS KLON CALLING, Walt Sheldon• CUE FOR QUIET, T. L. Sherred• “AND THAT'S HOW IT WAS, OFFICER,” Ralph Sholto• ONCE A GREECH, Evelyn E. Smith• THE BLUE TOWER, Evelyn E. Smith• THE DOORWAY, Evelyn E. Smith• THE HAND, Jerry Sohl• THE TIME MIRROR, Clark South• THE BUTTONED SKY, Geoff St. Reynard• THE BLACK TIDE, Arthur G. Stangland• THE EARTHMAN'S BURDEN, R. F. Starzl• PASTORAL AFFAIR, Charles A. Stearns• CIRCLE OF FLIGHT, Richard Stockham• PERCHANCE TO DREAM, Richard Stockham• THE VALLEY, Richard Stockham• STUDENT BODY, F. L. Wallace• BY EARTHLIGHT, Bryce Walton• THE NEXT TIME WE DIE, Robert Moore Williams• THOMPSON'S CAT, Robert Moore Williams• BACK TO JULIE, Richard Wilson• THE DARK SIDE OF ANTRI, Sewell Peaslee Wright
Published by: Halcyon Press Ltd. | Publication date: 04/27/2011Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 1583 pages
The Golden Age of Science Fiction Volume V: An Anthology of 50 Short Stories (Unexpurgated Edition) (Halcyon Classics)
This Halcyon Classics ebook collection contains fifty science fiction short stories by more than forty different authors. Many of the stories in this collection were published during the heyday of popular science fiction magazines from the 1930s to the 1960s.Included within this work are stories by Phillip K. Dick, Randall Garrett, Harry Harrison, H. Beam Piper, Edmund Hamilton, Paul Ernst, Fredric Brown, Randall Garrett, Jack Williamson, Stanley Weinbaum, C.M. Kornbluth, and many others.This collection is DRM free and includes an active table of contents for easy navigation.Contents:OPERATION EARTHWORM by Joe ArchibaldAGGRAVATION OF ELMER by Robert Andrew ArthurLAST RESORT by Stephen BartholomewWHERE THERE'S HOPE, by Jerome BixbyZERO HOUR by Alexander BladeLIGHTER THAN YOU THINK by Nelson BondA PRIZE FOR EDIE by Jesse Franklin BoneTHE EINSTEIN SEE-SAW by Miles John BreuerHALL OF MIRRORS by Fredric BrownWEAK ON SQUARE ROOTS by Russell BurtonHARD GUY by H. B. CarletonTHE PERFECTIONISTS by Arnold CastleCOMPETITION by James CauseyFINAL WEAPON by Everett B. ColeBEYOND THE VANISHING POINT by Ray CummingsTHE GUN by Philip K. DickMAROONED UNDER THE SEA by Paul ErnstTHE GIFT BEARER by Charles L. FontenayEXILE by H. B. FyfeAFTER A FEW WORDS by Randall GarrettTHE BLUFF OF THE HAWK by Anthony GilmoreCRY FROM A FAR PLANET by Tom GodwinTHE SECOND SATELLITE by Edmond HamiltonTOY SHOP by Harry HarrisonTHE ALTAR AT MIDNIGHT by C.M. KornbluthALL DAY SEPTEMBER by Roger KuykendallJOIN OUR GANG? by Sterling E. LanierDISTURBING SUN by Philip LathamTHE YILLIAN WAY by Keith LaumerONE MARTIAN AFTERNOON by Tom LeahyJUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT by William LeeA BOTTLE OF OLD WINE by Richard O. LewisDAUGHTERS OF DOOM by Herbert LivingstonG-R-R-R...! by Robert Donald LockeNEXT DOOR, NEXT WORLD by Robert Donald LockeTHE BIG TOMORROW by Paul LohrmanTHE MAN FROM TIME by Frank Belknap LongWHEN I GROW UP by Richard E. LoweAND ALL THE EARTH A GRAVE by C.C. MacAppBLACK EYES AND THE DAILY GRIND by Stephen MarlowePUSHBUTTON WAR by Joseph P. MartinoREX EX MACHINA by Frederic MaxDEAREST by H. Beam PiperSORRY: WRONG DIMENSION by Ross RocklynneTHE SECOND VOICE by Mann RubinCREATURES OF VIBRATION by Harl VincentA MARTIAN ODYSSEY by Stanley G. WeinbaumTHE LAKE OF LIGHT by Jack WilliamsonUNDER ARCTIC ICE by H.G. WinterLONESOME HEARTS by Russ WinterbothamThis unexpurgated edition contains the complete text with errors and omissions corrected.
Published by: Halcyon Press Ltd. | Publication date: 03/07/2010Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 929 pages
When it was built in 1933 from sixty-five tons of coal mined from the Winifrede seam in Mingo County, West Virginia, the Coal House was the only building made of coal. Located on Second Avenue in Williamson, West Virginia, its purpose was to be a monument to the coal industry to show its importance in the Tug Valley Area.A picture book for children by author Leigh Ann Ray, I Am Made of Coal!, shares the story of how this special and historic building came to be. Through words and pictures, it also tells how the structure was damaged by fire and was restored inside and out.I Am Made of Coal! narrates the important role the Coal House plays and how it proudly proclaims the special history of the area.
Published by: Archway Publishing | Publication date: 10/07/2016Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 26 pages