There are two major steps for getting started with Android:
1. You need to install the Android SDK and developer tools
2. You should build a test project to confirm that those tools are properly... More > installed and configured
If you have already done some form of "hello, world" project with the development tools on your development machine, you can skip this tutorial.
If you have not yet installed the Android SDK and related tools, there is an appendix that covers this process. Once you have the Android SDK, it is time to make your first Android project. The good news is that this requires zero lines of code – Android's tools create a "Hello, world!" application for you as part of creating a new project. All you need to do is build it, install it, and see it come up on your emulator or device. That is what this tutorial is for.< Less
HTML started as a mere markup language, but more recently HTML’s put on some major muscle. Now we’ve got a language tuned for building true web applications with local storage, 2D... More > drawing, offline support, sockets and threads, and more. The story of HTML wasn’t always pretty, and it’s full of drama (we’ll get to all that), but in this chapter, we’re first going to go on a quick joyride through Webville to get sense for everything that goes into “HTML5.” Come on, hop in, we’re headed to Webville, and we’re going to start by going from zero to HTML5< Less
Putting is simple. It's rolling a small ball into a large, round hole. It always ends in success. A holed putt is the successful finish of every golf hole you play (although this success takes a... More > little longer on some holes than on others).
However, some golfers don't think putting is so simple. As the late, great Ben Hogan once said, "Putting is a different game." And he meant it! Ben thought putting was so different that it shouldn't count in one's score. He believed the person who hit the ball best with a full swing, the one who hit the most greens in regulation, or the golfer who consistently hit his shots closest to the pins should win.< Less
Competitive swimmers probably have made a great commitment to their sports than any other group of athletes amateur or professional. Swimmers train long hours at an incredible intensity. In addition,... More > coaches have employed knowledge from exercise physiology, biomechanics and kinesiology to formulate training programs designed to strengthen, condition finely tune swimmers’ bodies. They have their swimmers supplementing water work with running, yoga, weight, and calisthenics, swim benches , shock cords, ropes, wheels, strength and anything else that looks like it might’s help build strength , stamina and flexibility. In the water, swimmer are asked to further stress their capacity to performs work by using drag suits, donuts, paddles , tubes, stretch cords, wrist weights and the like. As a result, swimmer keeps getting faster.
But everyone keeps getting faster. The technology is available to all. And most swimmers are training long hours at high intensity.< Less
There is a ton of information in this book. If you are an experienced fighter, feel free to jump in anywhere. I recommend the novice start at the beginning and work through the end of the book. No... More > matter your skill level, I recommend you take each technique or tactic and work it through the following training continuum to ensure that the information is deeply seated into your nervous system.< Less
One of the first things you are going to want to do is get familiar with your guitar, guitar part names, and accessory names.
Let's begin with the bridge. This is where your stings will be changed.... More > There are round pegs at the end of every string. These will need to be pulled out and new stings inserted. You will need to learn the string names. Beginning from the top (biggest) string to the bottom string (smallest):< Less
This book is designed to build strength and stamina without adding the unnecessary bulk of conventional bodybuilding programs.
you can with a fixed weight in the events of the clean and jerk (two... More > kettlebells), the single snatch, and the single push-press. It is a very popular sport in Eastern Europe and has been growing in the United States as well.
Kettlebells, also called ring weights, come in many shapes and sizes. From cylinders to square blocks, the most common design resembles a cannonball with a handle on one side. This design has many advantages over the others, including the absence of sharp edges as well as an easier fit to the user’s body.
These implements differ from dumbbells because the weight is distributed to one end rather than being even. This makes them ideal for performing ballistic, whole-body exercises such as cleans, snatches, and their variations.< Less
The main objective of this book is to provide athletes and coaches with an overview of the latest guidelines in sports nutrition. While there is no such thing as a magic diet or food, there are many... More > ways in which eating and drinking well can allow athletes at all levels of performance to achieve the special goals of
their training and competition programs. It makes no sense to train hard and ignore the benefits that follow from good food choices. Whenever highly talented, motivated and well-trained athletes meet in competition, the margin between victory and defeat is small. Attention to detail can make that vital difference. Diet affects performance, and our eating and drinking patterns will influence how well we train and whether we compete at our best. All athletes need
to be aware of their personal nutritional goals and of how they can select an eating strategy to meet those goals.< Less
"The Rugby Coach" will cover the most basic rules first and than focus on How To Play. "The Rugby Coach" want
to educate players on simplicity of this game and passion that it... More > brings out of palyers playing or watching it
This is a game where you keep learning, day after day, week after week, year after year. Get "The Rugby Coach" and have fun getting lost in a pool of information about the greatest game in the world.< Less
Aaron Wisewell aim is to provide simple badminton drills and coaching that will teach players of all ages and abilities how to play badminton, and develop game specific techniques. Simply get... More > Badminton Coach for explanations, information and coaching.< Less