Description: In this course you’re going to learn the basics of JavaScript from a web designer’s perspective. We’ll begin by going over the basics, such as JavaScript variables, data types, and loops, before working toward more complex notions such as functions, selectors, and events. Along the way, we’ll build some examples that are geared towards what you as a web designer might face on a daily basis.

Topics include:

  • Introduction
  • JavaScript Essentials
  • Practical JavaScript Exercises
  • Conclusion

Size: 1.13 GB
Duration: 1.8 Hours
Links: HomepageNFONTi

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StoneRivereLearning Photoshop CC For The Web-BooKWoRM

BooKWoRM group has released “Photoshop CC For The Web” by StoneRivereLearning. Enjoy! ;)

Description: With so many file formats, colour spaces, and image types, knowing where to start with web graphics can be daunting. But guided by this thorough, yet easy to follow course, you’ll be feeling like a pro in no time! Join award-winning trainer Geoff Blake as he takes you step-by-step through the process of preparing images for your next web project. You’ll learn all about the web friendly file formats, when to use each, and how to get the most out of them. Discover web colour spaces, methods for working faster and more efficiently, and an approach to image resolution that’ll leave you feeling like a Zen Master of web graphics! Break down the barriers, dispel the myths, and clear the clutter. In just a few short hours, you’ll have clarity and confidence using Photoshop for your web projects!

Topics include:

  • Getting Started
  • Preparing Your Images For The Web
  • A Closer Look At Image Optimization
  • Photoshop Web Styling Techniques
  • Using The Photoshop Asset Generator
  • Wrapping Up

Release Name: StoneRivereLearning.Photoshop.CC.For.The.Web-BooKWoRM
Size: 591 MB
Duration: 4 Hours
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Lynda – Photoshop Best Practices for Collaboration-ELOHiM

ELOHiM group has released “Photoshop Best Practices for Collaboration” By Lynda. Enjoy

Description: Many Photoshop users have bad habits that can become toxic when collaborating. Developing good habits around the use of layers, fonts, linked files, and unused content can save you and your collaborators hours of work and heartache. This course shows you how, and is a must watch for every Photoshop user. Staff instructor Dennis Meyer helps you to be more consistent when naming and organizing layers, maintain healthy links to other files, keep assets in sync, optimize file sizes, and adopt a style guide that will keep your team on the same page.

Topics include:

  • Being consistent
  • Naming and organizing layers
  • Linking assets
  • Using CC Libraries
  • Identifying unlabeled layers

Release Names: Lynda – Photoshop Best Practices for Collaboration-ELOHiM
Size: 2.0 GB
Duration: 1h 1m
Links: HomepageNFONTi

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Lynda com Ethical Hacking Wireless Networks-ELOHiM

ELOHiM group has released the new tutorial “Ethical Hacking Wireless Networks” from Lynda.  Enjoy! ;)

Description: Wireless networks are convenient and popular, but poor configuration and encryption leave them open to attack. Hackers can use Wi-Fi vulnerabilities to infiltrate your entire network. Security professionals need to know how to detect, prevent, and counter these kinds of attacks using the latest tools and techniques—the subject of this course with cybersecurity expert Malcolm Shore. Malcolm covers everything from configuring basic security to understanding how hackers extract passwords, harvest connections at rogue access point, and attack networks via Bluetooth. He also explains how to select the right antennae for testing and introduces some sophisticated Windows and Linux tools to scan for vulnerabilities, including Acrylic, Ekahau, and Wireshark. By the end of the course, you should be able to shore up your wireless connections and gain confidence that your local network is safe to use.

Topics include:

  • Selecting an antenna
  • Configuring security
  • Extracting WEP and network passwords
  • Testing passwords
  • Harvesting connections from rogue access points
  • Attacking networks via Bluetooth
  • Capturing wireless packets with Acrylic WiFi
  • Heat mapping with Ekahau
  • Wi-Fi sniffing with Wireshark
  • Testing the Internet of Things

Note: This course is part of our test prep series for the Certified Ethical Hacker exam.

Release Name:
Size: 269.03 MB
Duration: 1h 39m
Links: HomepageNFONTi


FxpHD Advanced Nuke III-TUTOR

TUTOR group has released the new tutorial “FxpHD Advanced Nuke III”. Enjoy! :)

Description: This advanced Nuke course is designed as the followup to our NUK204 intermediate level course. Professor Sean Deveraux will work through several short projects during the term which are designed to focus on real world tasks and key strengths of Nuke.

Devereaux has pushed pixels on over 25 feature films and 50 commercials. He is currently a vfx supervisor at ZERO VFX in Boston. His feature credits include Transformers, The Proposal, Peter Pan and Vanilla Sky and he has worked with some of the best studios in the world including Pixar, Digital Domain and Industrial Light+Magic.

Nuke 304

course syllabus:

  • CLASS 1
    Starting off this term with a bang! We’ll be adding explosions, bullets and other forms of mayhem to a very cool shot of a motor cycle fleeing the scene. We will focus on NukeX’s camera tracker and how to harness its power in the real world.
  • CLASS 2
    Continuing our look at Nuke’s powerful 3D system, we will create some geometry, place it it properly in 3D space, do some projection work and even look at an overview of the LensDistortion node.
  • CLASS 3
    More 3D Camera Tracker and projection work including how to fix some common problems and setting up your script for easier repeatable tasks.
  • CLASS 4
    Advanced Gizmo/tool creation, an introduction to python expressions as well as sky replacement, color work and lots of bullet hits.
  • CLASS 5
    Part 1 of a 2 part lesson focusing on a production shot from the film “Moving Day”. Work includes lots of practical element manipulation, multi pass compositing and advanced solutions to common tracking problems.
  • CLASS 6
    Part 2 of a 2 part lesson focusing on a production shot from the film “Moving Day”. Work includes lots of practical element manipulation, multi pass compositing and some neat depth and perspective tricks.
  • CLASS 7
    Digital climate control. A lesson in compositing as much as it is in image processing. We’ll take a shot 180 degrees from burning desert to icy tundra. Part 1 of 2
  • CLASS 8
    Part 2 of 2 of some digital climate control. A lesson in compositing as much as it is in image processing. We’ll take a shot 180 degrees from burning desert to icy tundra.
  • CLASS 9
    The power of dense point clouds and poisson meshes. Two of the most useful and powerful tools in Nuke which will make your comp life all the better for knowing them.
  • CLASS 10
    Special class reserved for Nuke updates and student requests.

Release Name:FxpHD Advanced Nuke III

Size: 3.5 GB
Duration: 7h02m Hours
Links: Homepage -NFO - NTi

Lynda com Design a Mobile App with Adobe XD-ELOHiM

ELOHiM group has released the new tutorial “Design a Mobile App with Adobe XD” from Lynda.  Enjoy! :)

Description: Adobe XD takes user experience design to the next dimension. It’s especially useful for app designers who need responsive design and prototyping features in one tool. Start here to learn how to design your first mobile app in Adobe XD.

Learn how to lay out a screen design with graphics and text and import vector and raster images. See how easy it is to create complex screen designs, complete with repeated lists and grids that are as simple to change as they are to create. This goes for any mobile screen type: iOS or Android, tablet or smartphone. Once the design is done, author Paul Trani shows how to add interactions and transitions to see how the app will “work” from one screen to the next. The end result is a full-featured prototype that can be shared with designers, developers, and clients, and broken down and exported as assets for use in development.

Topics include:

  • Creating your first Adobe XD project
  • Working with graphics and text in Adobe XD
  • Importing assets
  • Building additional screens for different display sizes and platforms
  • Creating UI elements
  • Using Repeat Grid for easy prototyping of lists and recurring elements
  • Adding interactions to elements
  • Creating transitions between screens
  • Publishing and sharing a prototype
  • Exporting artboards and assets

Release Name:
Size: 382.73 MB
Duration: 1h 6m
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Lynda com Reactive Programming in iOS with RxSwift-ELOHiM

ELOHiM group has released the new tutorial “Reactive Programming in iOS with RxSwift” from Lynda.  Enjoy!

Description: Reactive programming is modeling data and events as observable sequences, and writing code that reacts to changes in those sequences. It’s an established paradigm, and there are Reactive Extensions (Rx) libraries for several platforms and languages, including.NET, Java, JavaScript, and now Swift and iOS. Rx code is succinct, expressive, and easy to follow. And thanks to the standardized use of patterns and operators across all Rx implementations, your Rx skills are portable to other platforms, and cross-team collaboration is made possible like never before.

Learn reactive programming with Reactive Extensions for Swift and iOS by following along with author Scott Gardner. Scott introduces the Reactive Extensions libraries for Swift and Cocoa Touch, and shows how to work with observable sequences, bind user interface and data elements, perform networking operations, debug Rx code, and more.

Topics include:

  • Using the Reactive Extensions library
  • Working with observable sequences
  • Binding UI and data elements
  • Binding table and collection views
  • Debugging
  • Error handling
  • Networking

Release Name:
Size: 454.82 MB
Duration: 1h54m Hours
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