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German For Dummies by Paulina Christensen
German For Dummies by Paulina Christensen
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Ok for a revision, 9 Sep 2013
The startup is good but as we continue reading, we realize that the initial europhia is gone. One of the Authors assumption is that the readers are primarily interested in communicating only verbally and not interested in reading or writing. I'am not sure why the Author has assumed this, as I was interested in all the aspects of German viz, Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening. Book starts off with a good introduction to motivate you to jump right in.

First chapter gives a lot of info like the similarities between English and German words and the imposters i,e the words which are completely different in English and German.

The second chapter attempts to introduce… Read more
SAP Interactive Forms by Adobe, 2nd Edition: The c&hellip by J. Hauser
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Book starts of with Introduction which gives the pre requisite software for working on this book. Introduction also gives chapter wise split up of the topics discussed and where to jump to learn what.

Chapter 2 starts of explaining the origins of PDF and difference between print and Interactive forms. A few SAP notes are also given to explain the difference between SAP Interactive form and other SAP Scripting programs like Smartforms / SAP Scripts. An explanation is given on the various products of Adobe and the difference between the free versions and priced versions. In this same chapter Author also introduces us to existing SAP demo programs and explains all the details… Read more
JavaScript & jQuery: The Missing Manual by David Sawyer McFarland
JavaScript & jQuery: The Missing Manual by David Sawyer McFarland
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I went through some JavaScript books around 7 years back. That time JavaScript and HTML were basically for hobby programmers. As my company had just bagged a project to replace SAP WDPs with BSPs for better user control, I had to breath life to my old JavaScript skills which I thought was redundant (being in SAP Field). Based on user ratings I opted for this book and I'am NOT disappointed.

Chapter 1 introduces us to the first JavaScript program. Author asks us to type version 1.6.3 of JQuery, but in his completed page he has typed 1.7.2. My script worked only after I typed the new version.

In chapter 2 author has given examples of variables. In the example for… Read more

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