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Simply Lift by David Pollak

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Simply Lift
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Publisher: liftweb.net
Number of pages: 164

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The Lift Web Framework provides web application developers tools to make writing security, interacting, scalable web applications easier than with any other web framework. After reading this book, you should understand Lift's core concepts and be able to write Lift applications.

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