Odoo 11 Development Coobook – Second Edition

Key FeaturesConstruct top-notch business applications with Odoo.Familiarize yourself with a highly enterprising advanced guide that will expand your knowledge on Odoo framework and transform you to an expert of Odoo development..This is the the most up-to-date guide on Odoo 11 and will help you create custom and reusable modules for future use.Book DescriptionOdoo is a full-featured open source ERP with a focus on extensibility. The flexibility and sustainability of open source is also a key selling point of Odoo. It is built on a powerful framework for rapid application development, both for back-end applications and front-end websites. Version 11 offers better usability, speed, new design (as compared to current Odoo Enterprise version) and mobile interface.The book starts by covering Odoo installation and administration and then dives deep into Odoo Server deployment. You'll learn to implement Odoo modules as well as different inheritance models available in Odoo. You will then learn how to how to control who has access to what in your Odoo instance, by creating security groups, writing access control lists to define what operations are available to each group on a given model, and, if necessary, by writing record level rules. You will also get your hands on recipes to host Odoo on cloud platforms, as well as focus on the latest updates of the upcoming v11 release.By the end you will have a thorough knowledge of Odoo and will be able to build effective applications by applying Odoo development best practicesWhat you will learnInstall and manage Odoo environments and instancesUse Models to define your application's data structuresAdd business logic to your applicationsAdd automated tests and learn how to debug Odoo appsLearn about the access security model and internationalization featuresCustomize websites built with Odoo, by writing your own templates and providing new snippets for use in the website builderExtend the web client with new widgets and make RPC calls to the server

Author: Holger Brunn

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