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Home » Community » PR, media coverage, articles and documentation » Book: Getting started with the U++ Framework (End 2023 first U++ book will be published on Amazon)
Book: Getting started with the U++ Framework [message #60013] Sun, 09 July 2023 14:12 Go to previous message
frederik.dumarey is currently offline  frederik.dumarey
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Registered: December 2021
Location: Belgium
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Hello,

Just to mention all of you that I'm currently writing a book about the U++ Framework.

It handles:


    the web site,
    the installation,
    a full TheIDE coverage with all functions (also the layout and icon designers),
    CtrlCore, CtrlLib, SQL, Turtle and Skylark detailed explanations based mostly upon existing examples,
    some How to snippets for specific features (ZIP, SMTP, POP3, custom widgets, Lexical Parsing, ...),
    reference guides for U++, C++20, SQL.

As we speak I'm reviewing the first part of the book (corrections and layout), it is A4 and counting 260 pages so far. I hope to have the manuscript ready and reviewed by the End of 2023. It will then be published on Amazon using Kindle services.

The main goal is to attract new people to use this beautiful framework, this should be easy, no? Cool

The only thing I'm still struggling with is the price. Please send me some ranges, what would you like to pay for such a book?

Thanks for any feedback,
Frederik.


Regards,

Frederik Dumarey
Belgium
 
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