Liberty Manuals Announces New Alpha Anywhere Mobile & Web Development Book

Alpha Anywhere Web & Mobile Made Easy, The Basics and More for 3.0 — Volume 2

Alpha Software partners Liberty Manuals has just announced Susan Bush's latest book, Alpha Anywhere Web & Mobile Made Easy, The Basics and More for 3.0 — Volume 2. This book is a continuation from Volume 1 which has been updated for version 3.0.* The new book covers the List Control in depth, including the cutting-edge Detail View and Search Part for both connected and disconnected apps. As you are no doubt aware, having a solution to the problem of working while offline is the signature feature of Alpha Anywhere 3.0. This book teaches how to use this great new feature. Volume 2 expands on the use of Panel Cards, Panel Layouts and Panel Navigators. Menus for both UX and Grid components are also detailed. And, there are additional tips on using Grid components and SQL databases. This second book expects users to have read the material in Volume 1 and/or be familiar with Alpha Anywhere web and mobile application development – especially the UX component. If you are new to Alpha Anywhere, we recommend you begin with Volume 1. Click here to read see the Table of Contents and three sample chapters. These books and others on Alpha Anywhere are available in Hard Copy, CD and Electronic Download Editions at the Liberty Manuals website.

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Praise for Susan Bush and Liberty Manuals

Reading your manuals has been an absolute treat. Most other manuals are written by those in the know for those in the know. I like your style."- Bryan Page, United Kingdom
I am not a developer or a programmer so your manuals are the only chance for me to learn how to do some of the advanced features that only a programmer could have done."- David Rowe, Ohio
I am now three quarters through your book and must say I am very, very impressed by the detail, accuracy and clarity of your writing."- Alan Anderson, Blantyre, Malawi
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