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Special Edition Using Groove® 2.0

Special Edition Using Groove® 2.0

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Publisher: Que

Publication Date: 18-JUL-2002

Insert Date: 01-MAY-2003

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Special Edition Using Groove gives the reader a quick overview of what Groove is capable of. This content will be comprised of screenshots and other graphics to explain the concepts. More technical readers will be able to more quickly develop applications with the Groove framework and completely understand how their new application operates "behind the scenes." Tables and other supporting materials will be included to make this book an excellent flip-to-page-X reference. Programmers planning to develop with the Groove framework will need this book to jump-start his or her application...

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Ten Minute Guide to Groove® 2.0

Ten Minute Guide to Groove® 2.0

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Publisher: Que

Publication Date: 20-JUN-2002

Insert Date: 25-MAR-2003

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The only tool to get you up and running with Groove in no time flat! Written by Joe Levine, an employee of Groove Networks, Inc., responsible for writing user documentation for the application. Teaches the main features of the Groove application so users can become productive with it quickly. A balance of essentials for the beginner and timeless material for a desktop reference. Because most people don¿t have the luxury of sitting down uninterrupted for hours at a time to learn Groove, this 10 Minute Guide focuses on the most often used features, covering them in lessons...

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Peer-to-Peer Programming on Groove®

Peer-to-Peer Programming on Groove®

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Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional

Publication Date: 04-MAR-2002

Insert Date: 26-NOV-2002

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In October of 1997, Ray Ozzie, creator of Lotus Notes, began development of Groove. Groove is a peer-to-peer application platform for building and deploying peer-to-peer applications. Because Groove takes care of the underlying connectivity and synchronization issues, developers can concentrate on creating applications in the peer-to-peer space. While the technology under the hood of Groove is cutting-edge and somewhat daunting, the actual process of creating applications is approachable for advanced beginner or intermediate programmers. The book is organized by first to actually produce...