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First OpenLaszlo Book Reaches the Market

'Ajax and Flash development with OpenLaszlo' by Chris Coremans

The first OpenLaszlo book has just reached the market. It is called 'Ajax and Flash development with OpenLaszlo' by Chris Coremans.

The book presents straightforward tutorials which do a good job of introducing the LZX you need to know to build simple applcations. If you are someone who really likes to have a physical book rather than on-line documentation this book will give you a good foundation in learning OpenLaszlo.

When introducing new classes, the book provides a graphical class hierarchy to illustrate how the class fits in. In addition to the basics, Chapter 15 details a Google Maps application by Manabu Togawa which provides a good real-world example of browser integration.

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