iText in Action
With iText, one can transform PDF documents into live, interactive applications quickly and easily. This free and open source library for Java and .NET is the leading tool of its kind, and was primarily developed and maintained by Bruno Lowagie, the author of this book.
iText in Action, Second Edition offers an...
Real World Functional Programming: With Examples in F# and C#
Functional programming languages like F#, Erlang, and Scala are attracting attention as an efficient way to handle the new requirements for programming multi-processor and high-availability applications. Microsoft's new F# is a true functional language and C# uses functional language features for LINQ and other recent...
Android in Action
When we set out to write the first version of this book, many friends and family wondered just what this Android thing was all about. Now, two years after the publication of the first edition, Android is nearly a household term.
The first edition of the book, Unlocking Android, enjoyed enough success that we were privileged to have...
Camel in Action
Apache Camel is a Java framework that lets you implement the standard enterprise integration patterns in a few lines of code. With a concise but sophisticated DSL you snap integration logic into your app, Lego-style, using Java, XML, or Scala. Camel supports over 80 common transports such as HTTP, REST, JMS, and Web Services....
DSLs in Action
Your success—and sanity—are closer at hand when you work at a higher level of abstraction, allowing your attention to be on the business problem rather than the details of the programming platform. Domain Specific Languages -- “little languages” implemented on top of conventional programming languages -- give...
Erlang and OTP in Action
For a long time, the world of Erlang programming had only one book—The Book,1 released in 1993 and revised in 1996. Fanatics can still find it in print, at a price of over $100. A decade or so after its publication, The Book was getting long in the tooth, to say the least. The language had evolved to include several new and...
The Joy of Clojure: Thinking the Clojure Way
The authors of this book have taken an ambitious and aggressive approach to teaching Clojure. You know how everyone loves to say they teach using the “drinking from a fire hydrant” method? Well, at times it feels like these guys are trying to shove that fire hydrant right up... let’s just say it’s a place...
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...
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