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Exploring Lift by Derek Chen-Becker, Marius Danciu, Tyler Weir

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Exploring Lift
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Publisher: Apress
ISBN/ASIN: 1430224215
Number of pages: 256

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This book will educate you about Lift, a great framework for building compelling web applications. Lift is designed to make powerful techniques easily accessible, while keeping the overall framework simple and flexible. Lift makes it fun to develop because it lets you focus on the interesting parts of coding. By the end of this book, you'll be able to create and extend any web application you can think of.

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