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ODP.NET Developer’s Guide: Oracle Database 10g Development with Visual Studio 2005 and the Oracle Data Provider for .NET

by Jagadish Chatarji Pulakhandam Sunitha Paruchuri

This book uses many hands-on examples to show you how to use ODP.NET and Oracle Developer Tools from within Visual Studio 2005 to access Oracle Database 10g. The book is written for professional .NET developers who need to work with and take full advantage of Oracle Database 10g using Visual Studio 2005. Developers are expected to be familiar with Visual Basic.NET 2005 and have minimum knowledge of Oracle SQL and PL/SQL.

ASP.NET Data Presentation Controls Essentials

by Joydip Kanjilal

This book takes you through the most important tasks for working with the ASP.NET data presentation controls. Packed with example code and clear explanations, this book will make you a master of these controls in no time. This book is for ASP.NET developers who want to display or manage data in ASP.NET applications. The code examples are in C#.

Practical Plone 3: A Beginner's Guide to Building Powerful Websites

by Alex Clark Clayton Parker

This is a beginner's practical guide that doesn't involve any code or programming concepts. You will learn by pointing and clicking on the options available in front of you. It includes easy-to-follow instructions and screenshots that will guide you through creating a powerful website. Each chapter stands alone and you need not go through all the chapters. You can pick and choose depending upon your requirements. If you want to get a Plone site up and running quickly and don't want to get involved in programming, this book is for you. This book is aimed at beginners, who want to configure and customize Plone to meet their content management needs. The book doesn't expect programming skills, although some knowledge of fundamental web concepts such as HTML and HTTP may be helpful.

CodeIgniter for Rapid PHP Application Development

by David Upton

This book steps you through the main features of CodeIgniter in a systematic way, explaining them clearly with illustrative code examples. This book is for developers who are new to CodeIgniter. Basic skills in PHP and MySQL are required, but only rudimentary object-oriented knowledge is required. If you're looking for a better way to develop PHP applications, or want to find out more about the CodeIgniter framework as a viable option for one of your own projects, this book will help you.

Managing eZ Publish Web Content Management Projects

by Martin Bauer

The book is not a technical implementation guide, but is packed with expert advice on all aspects of running an eZ publish web content management project. The author provides his unique insight and proven experience on crucial topics, pointing out common pitfalls and mistakes, and presenting strategies and practical tips with examples from real-world projects. This book is for people responsible for the implementation and management of eZ publish projects, and is ideal for people building sites for "medium to large clients". If you're a project manager running an eZ publish web content management project and you want to learn how to run your projects more efficiently, or you want a better understanding of all the elements involved in eZ publish web content management projects this book is for you. This is not an implementation guide or a book to learn eZ publish from - you will not be able to build a site by following this book. It is for people who have experienced eZ publish projects, or are considering them. Web developers new to eZ publish should read Learning eZ publish 3: Building Content Management Solutions first.

Managing Software Development with Trac and Subversion

by David J Murphy

This book combines theory with practical knowledge of how Trac and Subversion can help us to achieve the process of managing the software development. This book is aimed at developers of all calibres, but particularly those that lead teams or projects, especially if they have recently moved into the role or are simply looking for a better way.

Project Management with dotProject: Implement, Configure, Customize, and Maintain your DotProject Installation

by Lee Jordan

This book is a fast-paced, practical guide to getting things done with dotProject. It illustrates an easy and effective method to handle projects with the help of extensive real-world examples. The book is for a person or a group of people who are looking for an efficient and flexible project management tool for managing any kind of project. They may be users with technical knowledge such as system administrators or IT professionals, or users with basic computer and internet skills who want a project management tool that they can learn easily without having to learn HTML or a programming language. No prior experience of formal project management is required.

Funambol Mobile Open Source

by Stefano Fornari

The book is composed of two parts. The first part will take you through the steps required to fully understand and deploy Funambol to provide PIM synchronization and push email solution to your mobile users. This is done step-by-step, starting from a simple personal usage scenario to a more complex environment that must serve thousands of users. All components of the platform are smoothly introduced and explained, starting from the functionality they provide. The second part of the book is more informative and will assist you in building Funambol extensions. In particular, it contains an easy-to-follow tutorial that will allow you to write a Funambol connector in a few easy steps. If you are looking forward to install and get started with Funambol, this book is for you. You need to have a technical background and be confident with a bit of code tweaking, but not a developer. General server administration skills are assumed and familiarity with Java will be a benefit in places.

OSWorkflow A guide for Java developers and architects to integrating open-source Business Process Management

by Diego Adrian Naya Lazo

This book gives step-by-step instructions on how to do things. The basics are explained first and then examples help to clarify and reinforce the principles. The book is aimed at experienced Java developers and system architects who want to develop complex Java applications using the OSWorkflow workflow engine. OSWorkflow is a flexible low-level workflow implementation for developers and architects; it is not a quick "plug-and-play" solution for non-technical end users.

Business Process Driven SOA using BPMN and BPEL

by Matjaz B. Juric Kapil Pant

The book provides a well-balanced mixture of theoretical discussion and real-world examples. It explains the concepts and approaches, and describes methodology and notation. It demonstrates these concepts on real-world examples and provides a step-by-step example tutorial that guides readers from business process modeling in BPMN through transformation into BPEL to execution on the SOA process server. It also discusses some key concepts using practical examples and business scenarios around Business Rules Management and Business Activity Monitoring with BPM and SOA. This book is for CIOs, executives, SOA project managers, business process analysts, BPM and SOA architects, who are responsible for improving the efficiency of business processes through IT, or for designing SOA. It provides a high-level coverage of business process modeling, but it also gives practical development examples on how to move from model to execution. We expect the readers to be familiar with the basics of SOA.

Joomla! Template Design: Create your own professional-quality templates with this fast, friendly guide

by Tessa Blakeley Silver

This book is aimed at web designers who want to create their own unique templates for Joomla!. Readers should have basic knowledge of Joomla! (which can be obtained by working through Building Websites with Joomla!) and also some knowledge of CSS and HTML, and using Dreamweaver for coding purposes.

Joomla! Cash

by Tom Canavan Brandon Dawson

This book is a fast and easy read, taking the reader from the inception of an idea, to a fully working cash-generating website built on Joomla! This book is suitable for business people with a medium level of technical skill who need a good primer on how to implement a cash-generating website. Those unfamiliar with Joomla! Would benefit from reading Building Websites with Joomla! 1.5 Beta 1.

Learning Joomla! 1.5 Extension Development: Creating Modules, Components, and Plugins with PHP

by Joseph L. Leblanc

A practical tutorial, based around the development of coherent example throughout the book. Each chapter walks you through the steps to add a required feature to the extension. This book is suitable for PHP programmers who want to take their first step in customizing and extending the features of Joomla! through custom PHP development. It is not a reference guide for advanced Joomla! developers. You need only the basics of PHP programming; no experience of developing Joomla! extensions is assumed. You are expected to be familiar with the general operation of Joomla!

Deep Inside osCommerce: The Cookbook

by Monika Mathé

This book is aimed at people with existing online stores, built using osCommerce. The book follows a systematic approach whereby users can modify and extend features on their already existing osCommerce site. Each chapter deals with a different aspect , and provides ready-made recipes for modifying code to your requirements. The author starts by explaining basic changes one can make to the design of your store, and then covers features like navigation, images, shipping and payment modules, and even explains how to make changes on the administratorâ TMs side and keeping your own recipes private. This book is for people who are already familiar with osCommerce. It presumes a working knowledge of PHP and HTML, as well as basic understanding of phpMyAdmin for database inserts.

Zen Cart: E-commerce Application Development

by Suhreed Sarkar

This is a highly practical book that can act as a reference material to which you will want to return again and again. The discussion in the book is right up-to-the point and it is filled with ample practical examples. This book is primarily for professional developers interested in building, enhancing, or extending Zen Cart sites for customers. It is also a useful reference for those who have got Zen Cart running on their own store, and want to improve it. It will also benefit those who want to migrate from osCommerce or other engines to Zen Cart.

Qmail Quickstarter: Install, Set Up and Run your own Email Server

by Kyle Wheeler

This book gives practical examples that system administrators can use right away, but it also explains the basics behind every example clearly. This book is targeted at System Administrators familiar with Linux/UNIX and DNS servers who need to set up qmail.

Building Websites with TYPO3

by Michael Peacock

Written in a clear, easy-to-read style, the book provides a tutorial for setting up a TYPO3 website. Each topic is tackled in a practical way with many examples and tasks to develop your skills. This book is aimed at anyone who would like to quickly build a TYPO3 website. This book is written for first-time users of TYPO3 and has been specifically created so that you do not require detailed knowledge of programming or web development.

Practical Data Analysis and Reporting with BIRT

by John Ward

This book is a concise and practical guide aimed at getting the results you want as quickly as possible. It steers the reader through each point of reporting from setup, to scripting, designing, formatting, and deploying BIRT reports using a common example that runs through the book. This book is for Java developers who want to create rich reports and get started with BIRT to do this. Readers will need a basic understanding of SQL to follow along.

Microsoft AJAX Library Essentials: Client-side ASP.NET AJAX 1.0 Explained

by Bogdan Brinzarea

This book is a practical tutorial to get you confident and comfortable working with the Microsoft AJAX suite. Packed with step-by-step examples and detailed explanations of how the examples work, this book is the ideal first step into the exciting world of AJAX in ASP.NET This book has been written for ASP.NET developers entering the world of the ASP.NET AJAX Framework, and for existing ASP.NET AJAX developers looking for a more detailed tutorial on the client-side of the framework: the Microsoft AJAX Library.

Mastering OpenLDAP: Configuring, Securing and Integrating Directory Services

by Matt Butcher

This book has been written from the application developer's perspective, tackling the topics that will be most important to helping the application developer understand OpenLDAP, and get it set up as securely and quickly as possible. It shows how OpenLDAP interoperates with other UNIX/Linux services (DNS, NIS, Samba, etc.). The target audience will require basic Linux system administration knowledge, but no prior knowledge of LDAP or OpenLDAP is assumed. If you are web savvy and are interested in using OpenLDAP for web applications and services like client interaction then this is the book for you.

Google Web Toolkit GWT Java AJAX Programming

by Prabhakar Chaganti

Each chapter covers a series of practical tasks, showing how to achieve a particular useful result and then learn how it works so that you can apply your knowledge to your own unique situation. Readers will need experience writing non-trivial applications using Java. Experience with developing web interfaces is useful, but knowledge of JavaScript and DHTML is not requiredâ ¦ GWT takes care of that!

Learn OpenOffice.org Spreadsheet Macro Programming: OOoBasic and Calc automation

by Dr Mark Alexander Bain

A fast, fun, and friendly tutorial. Full of practical, step-by-step examples and clear explanations of all of the important concepts. ou don't need to be a programmer to use this book, but you do need to be familiar with the concept of a program and how simple things like a loop might work. If all you have is a taster of simple programs from high school then you will be fine.

Catalyst

by Jonathan Rockway

This book will guide you through the features of Catalyst using real-world examples and systematic code snippets. This book is for web developers with basic Perl skills who are new to Catalyst. If you are excited by Ruby on Rails but would like the features of Rails with the familiarity of Perl, pick this book and get started.

Hacking Vim: A Cookbook to get the Most out of the Latest Vim Editor

by Kim Schulz

This is a cookbook packed with ready-to-use hacks that give solutions for some of the commonest problems users of the Vim editor encounter during their daily use. Each recipe follows a systematic approach with a self-contained description of the task it covers, how to use it, and what you gain by using it. The reader can read any of the hacks in this book without having to read any of the other hacks "where necessary they include cross-references to other relevant hacks. The minimum version of Vim required for each hack is clearly indicated. This is a cookbook packed with ready-to-use hacks that give solutions for some of the commonest problems users of the Vim editor encounter during their daily use. Each recipe follows a systematic approach with a self-contained description of the task it covers, how to use it, and what you gain by using it. The reader can read any of the hacks in this book without having to read any of the other hacks "where necessary they include cross-references to other relevant hacks. The minimum version of Vim required for each hack is clearly indicated.

PHP Web 2.0 Mashup Projects

by Shu-Wai Chow

This book is a practical tutorial with five detailed and carefully explained case studies to build new and effective mashup applications. If you feel confident with your PHP programming, familiar with the basics of HTML and CSS, unafraid of XML, and interested in mashing things up, this is the book for you! There are a lot of formats and protocols, web services and web APIs encountered in this book â " you do not need to know anything about them or about AJAX; you will find all you need in the book.

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