• Professional sharePoint 2010 Branding and User interface Design

    Professional sharePoint 2010 Branding and User interface Design

    When it comes to working with SharePoint, there always seems to be a gap between developers and designers. To make the SharePoint user interface really look nice requires a designer who is comfortable with design theory and traditional web technologies and has the ability to deal with topics that are traditionally handled by developers. When you first look at trying to brand a SharePoint site, it can often seem like an insurmountable task;...

     458 p cit 08/05/2013 143 1

  • Professional Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer 2007

    Professional Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer 2007

    “ Can you make it look less like SharePoint? ” Such a simple question, and yet, like someone opening the lid to Pandora ’ s Box, the customer asking it can release a whole range of troubles into the life of a web designer. The latest release of Microsoft SharePoint products has taken the world by storm. Faster than anyone could have foreseen, businesses large and small have discovered that SharePoint addresses a range of needs, and have...

     552 p cit 08/05/2013 126 1

  • Pro Wicket

    Pro Wicket

    Welcome to Wicket, an open source, lightweight, component-based Java web framework that brings the Java Swing event-based programming model to web development. Componentbased web frameworks are being touted as the future of Java web development, and Wicket is easily one of the leading implementations in this area. Wicket strives for a clean separation of the roles of HTML page designer and Java developer by supporting plain-vanilla HTML...

     327 p cit 08/05/2013 194 1

  • Pro Spring MVC: with web Flow

    Pro Spring MVC: with web Flow

    Before you can really start your journey into Spring MVC, you need to make sure you have your development environment set up right. This chapter will begin by walking you through that process. Next, it will provide some details about the sample bookstore application that ships with this book. But before going into either the details of the development environment or the sample application, this chapter will provide an overview of the...

     590 p cit 08/05/2013 172 1

  • Pro Spring Integration

    Pro Spring Integration

    The majority of the open source Java frameworks have focused on supporting database-backed websites. Developers have leveraged these frameworks to create highly scalable and performant vertical applications using projects such as Spring and Hibernate. Recently, a number of frameworks have been developed with the purpose of solving the horizontal problem of integrating data and services between disparate applications across the enterprise....

     658 p cit 08/05/2013 209 1

  • Pro Excel Financial Modeling Building Models for Technology Startups

    Pro Excel Financial Modeling Building Models for Technology Startups

    This book outlines smart business strategies for building a technology startup and provides a comprehensive guide to building a financial model of the company. I wrote this book to share my entrepreneuring experience and to help the entrepreneur avoid many of the obstacles and hazards that I encountered while leading and participating in early-stage companies. This book is important because it combines logical business thinking and strategies...

     291 p cit 08/05/2013 144 3

  • Pragmatic Unit Testing in Java with JUnit the pragmatic starter kit volume II

    Pragmatic Unit Testing in Java with JUnit the pragmatic starter kit volume II

    Welcome to the world of developer-centric unit testing! We hope you nd this book to be a valuable resource for yourself and your project team. You can tell us how it helped you— or let us know how we can improve—by visiting the Pragmatic Unit Testing page on our web site2 and clicking on “Feedback.”

     163 p cit 08/05/2013 143 1

  • Pragmatic Thinking and Learning Refactor Your “Wetware”

    Pragmatic Thinking and Learning Refactor Your “Wetware”

    Welcome! Thanks for picking up this book. Together, we’re going to journey through bits of cognitive science, neuroscience, and learning and behavioral theory. You’ll see surprising aspects of how our brains work and see how you can beat the system to improve your own learning and thinking skills.

     281 p cit 08/05/2013 39 1

  • Portlets in Action

    Portlets in Action

    I first came across the Java Portlet technology in 2006. I was working on a data warehousing project, and data from different sources was managed by a portal application. My first encounter with the technology wasn’t a pleasant one—I faced issues with inter-portlet communication, Ajax, file downloading, and so on. After a lot of struggles and analysis, I was able to get past the limitations inherent in Portlet 1.0 by building ad hoc...

     644 p cit 08/05/2013 108 1

  • Planning and Managing Drupal Projects

    Planning and Managing Drupal Projects

    If you’re reading this book, you’re probably a web designer who has heard of Drupal, wants to get started with it, and may have even tried it out a couple of times. And you might be frustrated because even if you’re used to code, Drupal has thrown you a major learning curve that you hadn’t expected. And just when you think you’ve gotten a basic site together, now you have to figure out how to make it look right—and the whole...

     96 p cit 08/05/2013 146 1

  • Using CiviCRM

    Using CiviCRM

    CiviCRM is a web-based, open source Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) system, designed specifically to meet the needs of advocacy, non-profit, and non-governmental organizations. Elected officials, professional/trade associations, political campaigns and parties, government agencies, and other similar organizations are among its growing number of enthusiastic users. This book shows you how to harness CiviCRM's impressive array of...

     464 p cit 08/05/2013 52 1

  • OSGi in Depth

    OSGi in Depth

    I started working with OSGi in about 2006. This was back in the days of BEA and Web-Logic. Our goal was a very ambitious one: to create a new application server profiled for a particular vertical market—financial front offices. The journey has been a long one. But as they say, it is not just about reaching the destination, but rather about the journey. I’ve learned more than I expected along the way. I’ve learned how to better develop...

     394 p cit 08/05/2013 58 1

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