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Tuesday, September 27, 2005
Apple Launches ADC Bookshelf Service
10:20 AM | Tuncer Deniz | Comment on this story

The Apple Developer Connection has teamed with Safari Books Online to provide developers just that: Instant access to the information they need. Safari Books Online, a joint venture between O'Reilly Media, Inc. and The Pearson Technology Group, is the premier provider of Web-based technical documentation. Beginning today, ADC members can now subscribe to the brand new ADC Bookshelf powered by Safari Books Online service for instant online access to a customized collection of nearly 1,000 Open Source and Mac-oriented titles from O'Reilly Media, Peachpit Press, Prentice Hall, Addison Wesley, and other technical publishers. Also effective immediately, developerscan even test drive the ADC Bookshelf with a two-week complimentary subscription.

How ADC Bookshelf Works
For an inexpensive monthly subscription fee, developers can search or browse the entire ADC Bookshelf collection which includes top-rated programmer books on Mac OS X, Cocoa, Java, Perl, PHP, MySQL and other topics and add up to 10 books to their personalized ADC Bookshelf. Once on their bookshelf, the books are available to the developer whenever needed all ten for less than the typical price of a single book at a bookstore. Developers can search the books, add notes and bookmarks, and download a limited number of chapters in PDF format. Developers can even swap old books on their bookshelf for new books as information needs change the only rule is that a given book stay on a the bookshelf for 30 days.

How ADC Bookshelf Works
Developers interested in more information regarding the new ADC Bookshelf, as well as to take it for a two-week complimentary test drive, follow the link below.

ADC Bookshelf

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