Avant l'avènement d'Internet, il était difficile d'en trouver des copies. The New Real Book, également en trois volumes, publié chez Sher Music, et est plus lisible. Le recueil de morceaux diffère de celui du Real Book d'origine, mais certains morceaux y sont repris, dans de nouvelles transcriptions et avec une polygraphie bien meilleure. Le «vieux» real book contient de nombreuses erreurs (grilles parfois approximatives, tonalités des enregistrements «de référence» non respectées, «accidents» - bémols ou dièses - oubliés, et des attributions fantaisistes: par exemple, le compositeur de Journey to Recife n'est pas Bill Evans, mais le contrebassiste Richard L. Evans) et que les "New real books" proposent des relevés plus exacts.
Aujourd'hui, des cédérom regroupant un grand nombre des «fake» et «real books» (dont les 3 «vieux») circulent dans le «milieu de musiciens de jazz». Les partitions sont au format pdf. Il va sans dire la vente de ces cédérom est totalement illégale.
This textbook is designed for beginning learners who want to learn basic Japanese for the purpose of living and working in Japan. Unlike textbooks written primarily for students, whose content largely centers on student life, this book focuses more on social and professional life beyond school.
As a beginning level textbook, this book includes many elementary grammar patterns (Japanese Language Proficiency Test Levels 5 and 4), but the vocabulary and situations are selected specifically for working adults. Explanations are kept concise so as to only cover key points. The main focus is on oral communication and the accompanying audio is to be used extensively. This textbook can be used for self-study, as part of an online course, or as a traditional college course.
The bookCreating Mobile Apps with Xamarin.Forms by Charles Petzold is a guide for learning how to write Xamarin.Forms applications. The only prerequisite is knowledge of the C# programming language. The book provides an extensive exploration into the Xamarin.Forms user interface and also covers animation, MVVM, triggers, behaviors, custom layouts, custom renderers, and much more.
The book was published in the spring of 2016, and has not been updated since then. There is much in the book that remains valuable, but some of the material is outdated, and some topics are no longer entirely correct or complete.
A Xamarin.Forms application generally uses a library to share code among the different platforms. Originally, this was a Portable Class Library (PCL). There are many references to PCLs throughout the book and the chapter summaries.
The Portable Class Library has been replaced with a .NET Standard 2.0 library, as described in the article .NET Standard 2.0 Support in Xamarin.Forms. All the sample code from the book has been updated to use .NET Standard 2.0 libraries.
Most of the information in the book concerning the role of the Portable Class Library remains the same for a .NET Standard 2.0 library. One difference is that only a PCL has a numeric "profile." Also, there are some advantages to .NET Standard 2.0 libraries. For example, Chapter 20, Async and File I/O describes how to use the underlying platforms for performing file I/O. This is no longer necessary. The .NET Standard 2.0 library supports the familiar System.IO classes for all Xamarin.Forms platforms.
The book sometimes makes references to the Windows Runtime. This is a term that encompasses the Windows API used in several versions of Windows and Windows Phone. More recent versions of Xamarin.Forms restricts itself to supporting the Universal Windows Platform, which is the API for Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile.
In the xamarin-forms-book-samples GitHub repository, the original-code-from-book branch contains program samples consistent with the book. The main branch contains projects that have been upgraded to remove deprecated APIs and reflect enhanced APIs. In addition, the Android projects in the main branch have been upgraded for Android Material Design via AppCompat and will generally display black text on a white background.
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