Birmingham, United Kingdom (PRWEB) May 30, 2012
Four new Open Source titles have been uploaded to Packt's online Library, to help subscribers with a variety of functions from building feature-rich Webforms to a virtual lab environment to creating games. With 800 books already hosted on demand from the cloud in the library, and more added on a regular basis, PacktLib is a valuable reference guide for developers, administrators, decision makers and newbies.
The content in Packt books are emphasized in an organized manner enabling readers to understand the basic concepts before diving further into the subject or technology. Furthermore, screenshots, diagrams, step-by-step instructions and examples are used to support the reader’s understanding of the topic or computer technology being studied.
The latest Packt titles uploaded to the online resource this week are:
Construct Game Development Beginners Guide - “Learn the skills necessary to make your own games through the creation of three very different sample games”
Advanced Penetration Testing for Highly-Secured Environments: The Ultimate Security Guide - “Learn how to perform an efficient, organized, and effective penetration test from start to finish”
Moodle 2 for Teaching 7-14 Year Olds Beginner's Guide - “Engage and motivate your students with games, quizzes, movies, blogs and podcasts the whole class can participate in”
Drupal 7 Webform Cookbook - “Explore every known nook and cranny of Webform in detailed byte-sized steps, including handling common pitfalls and caveats”
Interested patrons can quickly search for solutions to their problems across all books in their subscription. Moreover, they can print content, bookmark pages as well as copy and paste text, which means that they can select useful information for quick reference in the future. In addition to this, subscribers will be able to adjust the size of text and change the contrast settings to enhance the reading experience.
Corporate subscriptions are available for organizations wishing to make PacktLib accessible to their team. Email contact(at)packtpub(dot)com for more details.
Visit http://packtlib.packtpub.com/ for different subscription options to the All Books Library or to Packt’s topic specific mini libraries.