Pharo by Example 50 is a new version of Pharo by Example for Pharo5.0. 2017
Enterprise Pharo is the third volume of the series. This book covers libraries and frameworks for enterprises, and in particular those doing web development. 2015
The Spec UI framework explains the default framework for building user interfaces in Pharo, called Spec. 2017
Pharo with Style explains the difference between code that runs and code that talks to the reader. 2019
Far too many good chapters or material were written and pending to be part of a future book. But producing a good book is a huge task, so we decided to divide the work and produce autonomous and focused booklets. We are expecting to have GLORP, Magritte, Voyage, Reddit and probably much more as booklets. If you have material just contact us. We will migrate the current one to a good format and offer lulu printing.
XPath is a powerful technology. In this tutorial we show how we use it to scrap information from HTML page. Booklet written by S. Ducasse and P. Kenny. You can find the latest version here.
Voyage is a powerful Object Mapper for Pharo. Booklet written by E. Lorenzano, S. Ducasse, J. Fabry and N. Hartl
Smacc is a powerful frameworks to parse languages. In this book we show how we use it first with a tutorial. Then we describe the advanced aspects of Smacc. Written by J. Brant, J. Lecerf, T. Goubier S. Ducasse, and A. P. Black. You can find the latest version here.
Commander20 is a simple and powerful command frameworks. In this book we show how we use it first with a tutorial. Then we describe its internal and design decisions.Written by S. Ducasse and Julien Delplanque. You can find the latest version here.
This book explains the concurrency model and some implementation aspects of Pharo here.
UFFI is a powerful framework to invoke foreign functions. In this book we show how we use it first with a tutorial. You can find the latest version here.
Zinc is a powerful and elegant framework to build HTTP client/server applications. You can find the latest version here.
Here is a collection of booklets that are not technology oriented but will teach you fundamental aspects of computation.
"A simple reflective object kernel" explains ObVlisp a simple reflective kernel and it shows how to build step by step this kernel based on two classes: Object and Class. Booklet written by S. Ducasse.
"Call Stack Management" explains how a call stack is represented in virtual machines. Written by C. Bera with S. Ducasse.
"A Little Scheme in Pharo" explains how to build a simple interpreter for a language such Lisp or Scheme with a particular focus on closures. Written by S. Ducasse with G. Polito.
Deep into Pharo is the second volume of a series of books covering Pharo. Whereas the first volume is intended for newcomers, this second volume covers deeper topics.
Numerical Methods In Pharo is a book from Didier Besset on numerical methods. It covers many topics related to data science: function interpolation, iteration, zeroes, linear algebra series, statistics, estimation, minimisation, and data mining.
Agile Visualization covers aspects that are relevant for practitioners, businesses, and academics to successfully design and implement highly interactive visualizations.
Tiny Blog is a tutorial from Olivier Auverlot, Stéphane Ducasse and Luc Fabresse. It brings you step by step through the building of a little web blog application. This tutorial is part of the Pharo MOOC.
Pharo by Example, intended for both students and developers, will guide you gently through the Pharo language and environment by means of a series of examples and exercises.
Pharo par l'exemple est la traduction en de Pharo by example.