By Richard Harrison (Editor), Mark Shackman (Editor)
Richard Harrison’s latest books are the bestsellers within the Symbian Press Portfolio. His most up-to-date e-book, co-written with Mark Shackman is the successor to "Symbian OS C++ for cell phones" Volumes One and . Written within the comparable variety because the past volumes, this is often set to be one other gem within the series. The current fabric from the volumes may be mixed, with factors and instance code up to date to mirror the advent of Symbian OS v9. New and simplified instance software could be brought, that allows you to be used in the course of the book. The reference and conception part particularly units this ebook except the contest and enhances different books being proposed at this time.Anyone trying to find a radical perception into Symbian OS C++ sooner than relocating onto specialize on specific Symbian OS telephones want this book! it's going to now not train humans tips on how to software in C++, however it will make stronger the concepts in the back of constructing purposes in Symbian OS C++, and more.This leading edge new booklet covers Symbian OS basics, center options and UI.Key highlights include:A speedy advisor to KernelPlatform securityPublishing ApplicationsView ArchitectureMulti-User video games
By Victoria Laurie
Ian Wigby is set to determine that he's a really specific boy.Along the southern coast of britain, atop the White Cliffs of Dover, stands a fort. And at that castle’s outdated maintain is an orphanage. Delphi preserve has visible many teenagers come and wade through its gates, and Ian Wigby and his sister, Theodosia, are chuffed to name it domestic. existence has regularly been basic on the hold, and the orphanage secure, until eventually someday, Ian and Theo discover a silver treasure field. And in the field, a prophesy. 3 thousand years in the past a very good Greek oracle wrote of a quest. A quest on which the destiny of the realm relies. A quest that names children—Ian and Theodosia. without warning Delphi maintain is not any longer secure. And Ian and Theo, in addition to a really specific crew of associates, notice they need to resolve the which means at the back of the scroll of Dover cavern earlier than darkness falls at the global. And sooner than an unfathomable evil catches up with them.
By Mike Mintz;Robert Ekendahl
Written by way of verification engineers, Verification with C++: A Practitioner’s guide is a four-part travel of ways to accomplish object-oriented innovations.
Part I makes the case for C++, and indicates a typical verification procedure utilizing object-oriented programming (OOP).
Part II offers open-source C++ libraries that allow effective verification with C++ -- Teal, a C++ to Verilog interface, and Truss, a customary verification framework.
Part III specializes in OOP with examples from actual verification projects.
Part IV places all of it jointly exhibiting entire block-level and system-level verification systems.
"The guide offers a transparent figuring out of object-oriented programming, and the way it applies to verification. it's transparent to me that C++, including Teal and Truss, may possibly shape a powerful platform for the following new release of verification."
Dr. Stanley Hyduke, CEO of Aldec, Inc.
"With this ebook i believe convinced i will be able to represent a verification crew which may make solid use of C++ for verification, with the entire confident effects i might want for achievement. that may be a breakthrough!"
Bob Fredieu, vice president of analysis and improvement and Cofounder, Assertive Design
"Teal allow us to hit the floor working and concentrate on constructing our highbrow estate rather than simulation infrastructure. After winning ASIC tasks, we couldn’t be happier with its caliber, completeness and compactness."
Bennet Ih, ASIC Verification Lead, SigmaTel Imaging platforms Group
"Hardware verification complexity has grown to be a software program attempt, requiring complicated suggestions equivalent to OOP. With transparent recommendations and examples, this instruction manual courses the reader in the course of the complexities of utilizing OOP to create testbenches. despite what language you employ, this e-book can assist sharpen your skills."
Chris Spear, Verification advisor, Synopsys, Inc., writer of SystemVerilog for Verification