USEFUL, PRACTICAL, SOFT DEVELOPMENT TOOLS/SOLUTIONS

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Although this major hub-page is currently under construction (same as all other pages it links to), it is perfectly functional.

Note that this page and all its sub-dependants have been radically altered. All previous pages have been deleted, while new ones continue being added.

It happens that we start developing this "Soft Tools" hub-page in the spring-summer of 2016, plus all its dependant pages, though it may be that our task will never end. However, this aspect is not important. The only thing that matters is to present a few truly useful "Soft Tools" to our visitors.

Now, in terms of hardware development, firmware development, and software development, we cannot emphasize enough that our book LHFSD is the best one possible in the entire World. Do not waste the precious time of your life, dear visitors; buy LHFSD and work with it for a few months, and then you are going to get some extraordinary skills that shall prove "fortunate"—at least—throughout your lifetime career!

Anyway, the focus in this hub-page, as we start developing it, is on CSS2/3 and HTML Internet programming. What we are going to do is, we intend to offer some "Tutorial-Kits" of perfectly functional and easy to integrate programming modules. Things are this way.
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A. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF OUR CSS2/3 "TUTORIAL KITS"

The last "fashion" in Internet programming is using CSS2/3 animations and transitions. [HTML5 is all about using CSS code, instead of the good old HTML one!] Note that a CSS animation is way simpler to program, compared to the Java alternative. In addition, there is no way the CSS code would contain a "threat", therefore it is considered a "very good programming practice" by all major Search Engines (Google, Bing, Yahoo).

Officially at this time (the spring of 2016) there is a CSS2.2 standard that is perfectly valid throughout the Internet. CSS3 is still in a proposal/specifications state, though it is already working (well, at least partly) on all the recent Browser programs. Please take a look at this page in order to get a glimpse of the "big picture" regarding the Operating Systems we use, and about the Internet Browsers we can employ.

Now, our intention is to offer to our visitors very cheap solutions to many of their Internet programming needs and/or enhancements. Moreover, we hope the visitors are going to appreciate out products, and they will turn their attention towards other products of ours (way more complex, and/or of a different nature).


B. WHAT IS A "TUTORIAL KIT"?

Take it this way. For only 5/10 EURO you buy a "Kit" [as a Soft Tool] which allows you to implement in your site a specific functionality—for example, the spinning advertising cube on this page, or a professional picture gallery. We guarantee that our kit is perfectly functional in your site, regardless of its structure/technology, and we do even more than that.

You see, the funny thing about this CSS programming is the fact that it works rather strange, it is fairly complex, and even a bit cryptic. As a result, the best way to learn CSS programming is to work practically with it. Here comes our Tutorial Kits: not only that you are going to implement specific functionalities in your particular site, but we also explain the CSS code each line at a time, in full programming details, in a PDF file, plus we present many alternatives, options, and additional enhancements. Fact is, the "Tutorial" part of our Tutorial Kits is going to make you and expert on the topics presented!

Now, our Tutorial Kits are addressed to beginners, and to intermediate site owners, webmasters, and developers. However, since we offer guaranteed workable solutions, even the advanced developers may consider buying our products in order to save some precious time. Note that, in addition to being perfectly functional, the CSS code we present (and occasionally some JavaScript) is the simplest possible implementation—just the bare bones needed. However, this perfect & smooth functional simplicity is, without doubt, the cherry on the cake. [Simple = Logic!]

 
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OUR SELECTION OF
 

 
1. HARDWARE DEVELOPMENT TOOLS
 
   1. Learn Hardware Firmware and Software Design - excellent!
 
2. (LOW LEVEL) FIRMWARE DEVELOPMENT TOOLS
 
   1. Learn Hardware Firmware and Software Design - amazing!
 
3. (HIGH LEVEL) SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT TOOLS
 
   1. Learn Hardware Firmware and Software Design - so easy to work with!
   2. HTML 5 vs. HTML 4.1 - a few theoretical considerations.
 
4. HTML + CSS2/3 - SOFT TOOLS COLLECTION
 
   1. Hover Gallery - built entirely in CSS2; works on all browsers!
   2. Popup Gallery - handles (very) large images of different sizes!
   3. Slidein Gallery - an excellent tutorial on using multiple transitions!
   4. Decorative Cube - superb, nice, and very cheap!
   5. Advertising Cube - such an incredibly useful advertising tool!
   6. Polygon Galleries - practical HTML real estate saving solutions!
   7. CSS Buttons - fantasy, tactile, and 3D professional buttons powered only by CSS and HTML code!
   8. Carousel Galleries - decorative and advertising instruments
   9. Fading Galleries - additional decorative and advertising instruments
   10. Presentation Gallery - the most used picture gallery throughout the Internet!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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