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Which book do I need to follow to develop IBM Websphere portals?

 
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As I am new to Portlet concepts, I am looking for a book which describes about IBM Websphere Portlet application development using RAD. I'm expecting the book to be in simple terminology.

Thank you in-advance
 
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There are lot of materials available in the Internet.why you want spend money on that?
 
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Working with IBM and WebSphere portlets can be a challenge.

Put your money away...I put together a bunch of free multimedia tutorials that use rational application developer to create and deploy portlets. It's a good place to start. Just check out my signature links to find them.

Happy portal!

-Cameron McKenzie
 
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