Packt is pleased to announce Groovy for Domain-Specific Languages that helps readers build Groovy-based Domain Specific Languages that run seamlessly in the Java environment. Written by Fergal Dearle, this book focuses on how the Groovy language can be used to construct domain-specific mini-languages with a lot of easy-to-understand examples.
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Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 Application Design is a new book from Packt that shows developers how to create complete applications of different kinds customized for various industries. Written by Mark Brummel, Microsoft Dynamics NAV Expert, this book is a focused tutorial for Microsoft Dynamics NAV application development.Read Design and extend complete applications using Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 with New Book in full
Packt is pleased to announce Catalyst 5.8: the Perl MVC Framework, a new book that helps Perl Developers understand web applications with the help of MVC principles. Written by Jonathan Rockway and Antano Solar John, this book helps Web and Perl developers learn how to use Catalyst using various components which are involved in a web application.
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Packt is pleased to announce Compiere 3, a new book that will help readers to understand and implement Compiere. Written by Andries L Pretorius, this book will enable readers to successfully administer and co-ordinate all the resources, information, and functions of their business. In addition to managing business documents effectively, readers will also learn Compiere fundamentals and best practices along the way.Read Manage your business processes efficiently with Packt’s new Compiere 3 book in full
Packt is pleased to announce JSF 2.0 Cookbook, a new book that covers all the important aspects involved in developing JSF applications. Written by Anghel Leonard, this book provides clear instructions for getting the most out of JSF while gradually moving through simple and complex recipes.Read Discover and learn the new features of JSF 2.0 using Packt's new Cookbook in full
Packt is pleased to announce PrestaShop 1.3 Beginner's Guide, a new book that covers every topic required to start and run a real, trading e-commerce business with PrestaShop. Written by John Horton, this book will teach readers how to turn a single new PrestaShop into a thriving e-commerce empire and deploy it quickly and easily, while making it search engine friendly.
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Packt is pleased to announce a new book Joomla! 1.5 Site Blueprints that will help readers to build powerful and exciting Joomla! sites easily. Written by Timi Ogunjobi , this book will teach readers to expand and tailor their sample projects as per their client's needs and to create quick prototypes of commonly used applications within hours.Read Build 10 exciting web projects using Packt's new Joomla! Book in full
Packt is pleased to announce Plone 3 Multimedia , a new book that will help users to build a modern full-featured multimedia CMS with Plone and add-on products. Written by Tom Gross , this book will help users to set up a customized multimedia CMS by collaborating with external resources such as YouTube, Google videos as well as to use and extend specialized multimedia content-types for images, audio, video, and Flash.Read Create multimedia content in your Plone website using Packt's new book in full
Microsoft Silverlight 4 Data and Services Cookbook is a new book from Packt that helps to interact with, and handle multiple sources of data and services, within business applications in Silverlight. Written by Silverlight enthusiasts, Gill Cleeran and Kevin Dockx, this book comes packed with hands-on cookbook recipes, and teaches users to understand data access techniques and solve data problems within Silverlight business applications.Read Design and develop rich data-driven business applications in Silverlight with new book from Packt in full