MAGNUS HYTTSTEN: Hi, and welcome to this video, where we will show you all the new exciting stuff we have added to Google Play services 4.4. And as you know by now, Google Play services rocks. This also means that when you use Google Play services– ah, morning coffee. Let’s get started right away, shall
Hi. Welcome to the introduction to the Google Maps API tutorial. My name is Mano Marks. I’m a Developer Advocate on the Google Maps team. In this tutorial, I will teach you the basics of using the Google Maps API in your web applications. To fully take advantage of the content in this presentation, you
I left one thing out when I said that the .prototype objects that come for free on functions were just as uninteresting as any other new object that we could use for storing methods. In fact, these prototype objects come with one extra convenience property that almost no other object has. Every .prototype object has
A lot of people get tripped up at this point, because they’ve forgotten that functions are just specialized objects. But in addition to the fact that functions have the power of being invoked, functions are also capable of storing properties just like any other object. Looking at the diagram again, you can imagine that the
CSS and HTML are the building blocks of all websites on the internet, so we’re teaching the latest specs — HTML5, CSS3. There’s so much more you can do with these languages now than you could even a few years ago. So we’re talking about the latest and greatest things you can do with them.
[The Treehouse Show] [Jim]: I’m Jim Hoskins. [Jason]: and I’m Jason Seifer. [Jason Seifer @JSEIFER] [Jim Hoskins @JIMRHOSKINS] Welcome to the Treehouse show, your weekly dose of internets, where we talk about all things web development, web design, and more. In this episode we’ll be talking about HTML5 APIs, responsive background images, and our app
The classical computer that you have right now can do this in six tries but what’s even more impressive is that a quantum computer can do this in one try. (upbeat music) Hi, welcome back to Coding With Qiskit, this is Abe. Let’s say there’s a secret number hidden inside a box. And that number