CMS Report - Keyword: book

  • Face-to-face with Samir Bhatt, Author of ‘Liferay Portal Performance Best Practices’

    Face-to-face with Samir Bhatt, Author of ‘Liferay Portal Performance Best Practices’

    Samir Bhatt is the author of recently published Liferay Portal Performance Best Practices which provides guidance on how to build and define architecture of high performing Liferay based portal solutions. This is the second book after co-authoring Liferay Beginner’s Guide in 2012.

    Samir Bhatt has over 12 years of IT including 4 years of Liferay Portal experience. In addition to authoring this book, Samir has also co-authored Liferay Beginner’s Guide. Samir is a Liferay certified trainer delivering training on Liferay Portals worldwide.

    In a recent interview, the author provided the following answers to our questions.

    By Angana Chatterjee
    Posted: July 23, 2013

  • Packt Publishing releases its first Drupal Mini books

    Packt Publishing has recently published its first three Mini books about Drupal, the open source Content Management System. Packt Publishing has released three Drupal books in its new Mini book format; the ‘Drush User’s Guide’, ‘Drupal Multi Sites Configuration’ and ‘Drupal 7 Multilingual Sites’.  Packt Mini books are 100 pages of practical guides on one specific task, application or module. Readers who need to master Drupal’s command line interface, Drush, in a flash will welcome the Drush…

    By Richard Dias
    Posted: June 08, 2012

  • Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Development Cookbook Announced

    Packt Publishing, one of the world’s foremost publishers of Microsoft SharePoint titles, announces Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Development Cookbook. Written by Microsoft MVP, Ed Musters, the book and eBook is scheduled for publication in December 2011. Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Development Cookbook is a new title from Packt Publishing, and a book that has been designed to take the experienced ASP.NET developer from beginner to professional SharePoint developer in the shortest amount of time. The…

    By Duanesm
    Posted: January 18, 2012

  • Master cross platform application development using Packt's new Sencha book

    Packt is delighted to announce Sencha Touch Cookbook, a new book that covers over a 100 recipes for creating HTML5-based cross-platform apps for touch devices. Written by Ajit Kumar, this book will enable users to incorporate geo location into their apps as well as to develop native looking web apps. Sencha Touch is a versatile HTML5-based framework specifically built for Mobile Web. It can be used to develop user interface for mobile web applications that look and feel like native applications…

    By vishaltpacktpubcom
    Posted: January 02, 2012

  • Cookbook for combining PHP & Ajax as a powerful platform for web applications

    Packt is delighted to announce the release of PHP Ajax Cookbook, a collection of over 60 recipes with step-by-step directions to build SEO-friendly websites using standard Ajax tools. Written by Milan Sedliak, R. Rajesh Jeba Anbiah, Roshan Bhattarai, the book enables readers to build dynamic websites with faster response from the server using the asynchronous call feature of PHP Ajax. Ajax is a group of interrelated web development methods used on the client-side to create asynchronous web…

    By vishaltpacktpubcom
    Posted: December 28, 2011

  • Book Club: Pro Drupal 7 Development

    As I mentioned in a previous post, I'm currently playing catch-up in discussing all the good books sent my way this past year. Many of the books have been sent by the authors and publishers themselves for review and some of the books I've bought on my own dime. There should be no further evidence that I'm a procrastinator in posting book reviews than this particular review of Todd Tomlinson and John K. Vandyke's Pro Drupal 7 Development. This book was published almost a year ago, and I'm only now finding the time to blog about this book.

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: November 18, 2011

  • Book Club: MODX The Official Guide

    At this moment, I have a tall stack of unread books related to content management systems sitting in front me. Publishers and authors apparently like my review style because new books continue to be sent my way. However, reading a book from cover to cover for a review (the last one being six months ago) takes time and I just haven't been able to keep up with the required reading. So with admission that I haven't read every page of these books, I've decided to at least start posting mini-reviews…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: October 11, 2011

  • Book for creating web applications with haXe

    /*-->*/ Packt's recently published book haXe 2 Beginner's Guide is aimed at developers wanting to create web applications from scratch with haXe. Written by Benjamin Dasnois, the book will enable readers target multiple platforms using the same code and interface the code with the target platform. haXe pronounced as hex is an open source programming language. haXe is a multiplatform language which can be used to target different platforms like Javascript, Flash, NekoVM, PHP, C++. It helps…
    By vishaltpacktpubcom
    Posted: August 02, 2011

  • Explore Apache Cassandra and get the most out of it with Packt's latest cookbook

    Packt recently published book Cassandra High Performance Cookbookaims at helping readers configure and tune Cassandra components to enhance its performance. Written by Edward Capriolo, the book is packed with over 150 well illustrated, step-by-step recipes to design and optimize large scale Apache Cassandra deployments. Apache Cassandra is a a highly scalable second-generation open source distributed database management system, bringing together Dynamo's fully distributed design and Bigtable's…

    By vishaltpacktpubcom
    Posted: July 18, 2011

  • Multimedia integration with Moodle now made quick and easy with Packt's latest book

    Packt is delighted to announce Moodle 2.0 Multimedia Cookbook, which aims at helping users learn how to add photographs, videos, animations, and much more to make their Moodle course even more interactive without the need to read through long tutorials. Written by Silvina P. Hillar, the book provides a plethora of recipes showing how to manage, link, and embed different multimedia resources into a Moodle course. Moodle is a free source e-learning software platform. It has become very popular…

    By Richard Dias
    Posted: July 01, 2011

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