Create stunning Lift web applications with Packt's new book and ebook

January 2013 | Open Source, Web Development

Packt is pleased to announce the publication of its Lift Web Applications book, which teaches to set up and run a Lift application. Users will get to learn about the Lift Framework and will understand designer friendly templates to build engaging and secure web applications.

About the Author: Torsten Uhlmann – Torsten has gained insights into Cobol, Ruby, Oracle, and MongoDB as well as CIC’s terminals and developing web applications. He has developed a strong interest and appreciation for Scala in recent years and joined the Lift committers in an effort to open up the framework to multiple languages.

Lift Web Applications introduces readers to Lifts building blocks such as Designer Friendly Templates, Snippets, and CSS Selectors. Users will learn how to integrate AJAX into their applications and integrate them with Comet updates from the server to the browser.

Readers will learn how CSS Selector Bindings work and will be able to integrate CSS frameworks such as Twitter Bootstrap into their own applications. They will be able to build a REST API with Lift, and will learn to use Lift with MongoDB and Rogue to utilise Lift's security features like SiteMap page access.

Developers wanting to expand their knowledge about the Lift Framework's will find this book to be useful. It will also be beneficial to beginners having some knowledge about Lift Toolset to develop their first applications with ease. For more information, please visit the book page at Lift Web Applications


Lift Web Applications
Develop your own Lift web applications, find practical examples for many common use cases.

For more information, please visit: http://www.packtpub.com/lift-web-applications/book

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