The Alpha Book Program

Want to get an early look at our titles? Try an Alpha Book! An Alpha Book is a pre-release, still-in-development version of an Apress title. When you purchase an Alpha Book, you get the opportunity to review its content as it advances through the production process. Alpha Book files are updated on a regular basis in your account as new material is completed, all the way through final publication. Following is our current roster of Alpha Books:

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  • Practical Neo4j

    Practical Neo4j

    Greg Jordan

    Practical Neo4j guides you all the way through the basics of graph databases to creating and supporting your own Neo4j-based application.  

  • Swift Quick Syntax Reference

    Swift Quick Syntax Reference

    Matthew Campbell

    Swift Quick Syntax Reference is a 120-page condensed code and syntax reference to the new Apple Swift programming language, which is the alternative language to Objective-C behind the APIs found in the Apple iOS 8 and Mac OS Yosemite SDKs.  It presents the essential Swift syntax in a well-organized format that can be used as a handy reference.
  • Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration Revealed

    Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration Revealed

    Ravikanth Chaganti

    PowerShell 4.0 introduces desired state configuration (DSC), a powerful new feature that makes it easier than ever to manage your Windows infrastructure, whether on-premise or in the cloud. Starting with a little PowerShell scripting knowledge, Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration Revealed will take you through this new technology from start to finish.
  • Pro XAML with C#

    Pro XAML with C#

    Buddy James

    Microsoft’s XAML markup language makes it easy to build multilayered applications with reusable components. Pro XAML with C# shows you how to design and build an enterprise application with a single business layer, data access layer, and a shared XAML core, and how to access it from any of Microsoft’s XAML-based UIs, whether WPF, WinRT or Windows Phone, or any combination of the three.

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