Choosing an Open Source CMS

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Choosing an Open Source CMS There are many powerful Open Source Content Management Systems (CMSs) available to take the pain away from managing a web site. These systems are feature-rich, often easy to use, and free. Unfortunately, there are so many choices that it’s tough to be sure which CMS is the right one for […]

WordPress for Business Bloggers

WordPress for Business Bloggers WordPress for Business Bloggers provides advanced strategies and techniques to take your WordPress business blog from average to extraordinary. Whether you already have a blog, or are still in the planning stages, this book will show you how to use WordPress to create a highly successful blog for your business. The […]

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3D Game Development with Microsoft Silverlight 3

3D Game Development with Microsoft Silverlight 3 Most online interactive content uses 2D graphics. To represent real-life situations, Rich Internet Applications (RIAs) need to show real-time 3D scenes. This book will let you add a new dimension to your Silverlight applications using C# and XAML. The book covers the various tools and libraries needed for […]

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Installation and Configuration for OpenLDAP

Mastering OpenLDAP The OpenLDAP directory server is a mature product that has been around (in one form or another) since 1995. All of the major Linux distributions include the OpenLDAP server, and many major applications, both, Open Source and proprietary, are directory aware, and can make use of the services provided by OpenLDAP. And yet […]

Domain Name System

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DNS in Action: A detailed and practical guide to DNS implementation, configuration, and administration Recently, while driving to my work, I listened to radio as usual. Because of the establishment of the new EU (European Union) domain, there was an interview with a representative of one of the Internet Service Providers. For some time the […]

First Steps with Scalix Admin Console and Scalix Web Access

Scalix Linux Administrator’s Guide Scalix email and calendaring, HP OpenMail, and Samsung Contact: these three names stand for some of the most powerful open-source-based groupware solutions available. This book sets out to explain their fundamentals to Linux administrators. Since the early 90s, Hewlett Packard had earned many awards for its mail server, and OpenMail was […]

jQuery Script Methods

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jQuery Reference GuidejQuery is a powerful, yet easy-to-use JavaScript library that helps web developers and designers add dynamic, interactive elements to their sites, smoothing out browser inconsistencies and greatly reducing development time. In jQuery Reference Guide, you can investigate this library’s features in a thorough, accessible format. This book offers an organized menu of every jQuery method, function, […]

Error Handling in PHP

Learning PHP Data Objects This book will introduce you to one of the most important extensions to PHP that are available, starting with PHP version 5.0—the PHP Data Objects, commonly known as PDO. PHP grew in to a very popular web programming language due to its simplicity and ease of use. One of the key […]

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JBoss Tools 3 Developer’s Guide

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JBoss Tools 3 Developer’s GuideThis book will show you how to develop a set of Java projects using a variety of technologies and scenarios. Everything is described through the “eyes” of JBoss Tools. After we settle on the project (or scenario) that will be developed, we will configure the proper environment for the current tool […]

WordPress Plugin Development

WordPress Plugin Development If you can write WordPress plugins, you can make WordPress do just about anything. From making the site easier to administer, to adding the odd tweak or new feature, to completely changing the way your blog works; plugins are the method WordPress offers to customize and extend its functionality. This book will […]

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