Ext JS in Action
It was early 2006, and I was spending many frustrating hours testing and learning
many of the frameworks and libraries on the internet. Seemingly, out of nowhere, I
stumbled upon an extension to YUI or YUI-ext, developed by an unknown at the time,
At last! An Ajax library that was easy to use and well-documented....
Web Development with Apache and Perl
A quick look at your local bookstore’s Internet section will tell you that there are quite a few
commercial packages out there for building web sites. What those books often fail to mention is
that many of the world’s most popular web sites were built using freely available tools, and run
on free operating systems (OS). They...
Tuscany SCA in Action
What brought the five of us together to write a book on Apache Tuscany and Service
Component Architecture (SCA)? We all had practical experience of how difficult and
costly integration of applications and technologies can be, and we were excited about
how Tuscany and SCA can help solve these problems. Having been involved...
SharePoint 2010 Workflows in Action
SharePoint 2010 is a huge technology with tens of thousands of companies adopting it from all across the globe. Within the SharePoint product stack, workflows are one of the most compelling and ROI generating features for many business.
SharePoint 2010 Workflows in Action will take you through the SharePoint...
iOS 4 in Action: Examples and Solutions for iPhone & iPad
When I started playing with the first-generation iPhone back in 2008, I was amazed by
the simplicity and versatility of the smart phone. With the iPhone in hand, I could
take pictures, navigate with GPS, tell time, and of course, play games—especially when
I was bored while waiting in line at the DMV for my license plate....
Agile ALM: Lightweight tools and Agile strategies
Welcome to Agile ALM. This book has three main goals. The first is to describe Agile
Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) in practical terms and to provide a plan for
rolling out Agile strategies and best-of-breed tools. The second purpose is to explain
how to create ALM toolboxes based on standard tools used in advanced, real-world...
R in Action
When I began writing this book, I spent quite a bit of time searching for a good
quote to start things off. I ended up with two. R is a wonderfully flexible platform
and language for exploring, visualizing, and understanding data. I chose the quote
from Alice in Wonderland to capture the flavor of statistical analysis today—an...
Entity Framework 4 in Action
Yatta, we did it! We wrote a book about Entity Framework! It’s not our first book, but
it’s the first one written in English and distributed worldwide. It was a great challenge,
but having the opportunity to spread the word about Entity Framework made it worth
the effort. Entity Framework is a great tool that speeds up the...
Spring in Action
Wow! As I write this, it’s been almost seven years since Spring 1.0 was released and Ryan Breidenbach and I started work on the first edition of Spring in Action. Back then, who would have guessed that Spring would transform Java development as much as it has?
In that first edition, Ryan and I tried to cover every corner of...
ASP.NET 4.0 in Practice
This has been a very long journey. We found that writing this book was a challenging
task, a much harder one than we had anticipated, but there were also moments of joy
and discovery along the way! The idea for the book first came to us 18 months ago,
and many days and nights have come and gone between the first sentence we wrote
Specification by Example: How Successful Teams Deliver the Right Software
The book you hold in your hands, or see on your screen, is the result of a series
of studies of how teams all over the world specify, develop, and deliver the
right software, without defects, in very short cycles. It presents the collective
knowledge of about 50 projects, ranging from public websites to internal back-office
ActiveMQ in Action
To this day, enterprise message queuing is a concept that is not well understood by
most software developers. Commercial message-oriented middleware (MOM) did not
help to encourage adoption of the process; most of the MOMs on the market were
closed source, were costly to buy and support, and required trained system administrators
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