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From Philippe Soares <>
Subject Re: [ANN] Solr in Action book release (Solr 4.7)
Date Thu, 27 Mar 2014 16:04:20 GMT
Thanks Trey !
I just tried to download my copy from my manning account, and this final
version appears only in PDF format.
Any idea about when they'll release the other formats ?

On Thu, Mar 27, 2014 at 11:17 AM, Trey Grainger <> wrote:

> I'm excited to announce the final print release of *Solr in Action*, the
> newest Solr book by Manning publications covering through Solr 4.7 (the
> current version). The book is available for immediate purchase in print and
> ebook formats, and the *outline*, some *free chapters* as well as the *full
> source code are also available* at
> I would love it if you would check the book out, and I would also
> appreciate your feedback on it, especially if you find the book to be a
> useful guide as you are working with Solr! Timothy Potter and I (Trey
> Grainger) worked tirelessly on the book for nearly 2 years to bring you a
> thorough (664 pg.) and fantastic example-driven guide to the best Solr has
> to offer.
> *Solr in Action* is intentionally designed to be a learning guide as
> opposed to a reference manual. It builds from an initial introduction to
> Solr all the way to advanced topics such as implementing a predictive
> search experience, writing your own Solr plugins for function queries and
> multilingual text analysis, using Solr for big data analytics, and even
> building your own Solr-based recommendation engine. The book uses fun
> real-world examples, including analyzing the text of tweets, searching and
> faceting on restaurants, grouping similar items in an ecommerce
> application, highlighting interesting keywords in UFO sighting reports, and
> even building a personalized job search experience.
> For a more detailed write-up about the book and it's contents, you can also
> visit the Solr homepage at
> Thanks in
> advance
> for checking it out, and I really hope many of you find the book to be
> personally useful!
> All the best,
> Trey Grainger
> Co-author,
> *Solr in Action*Director of Engineering, Search & Analytics @CareerBuilder

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