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Re: Odoo Development

XPANSA, Eva Pinter
- 10/08/2015 03:09:18
Even worth it without the discount. it’s a huge work done by Daniel

Thanks Daniel

Best Regards,
Eva Pinter

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On 7 Oct 2015, at 18:47, Borut Jures <> wrote:

Go and buy the book!  You will "need" all the chapters.

It is worth the money spent. Especially with the discount.

Thank you Daniel for writing it!

Kind regards,

On Wed, Oct 7, 2015 at 2:27 PM, Daniel Reis <> wrote:
Hi Abdul,

The "Odoo Development Essentials" book might help you.
It advises using an Ubuntu VM in your Windows machine, but describes how 
to set it up so that you can work from your Windows using your IDE of 

The chapter describing this is available for free here:

Alternatively, if you really want to skip the VM setup you can consider 
using the Nitrous cloud development service, at 
It has a free plan, I have been using it and IMO works great.

You might also like to visit the book website 
( where you can find another free chapter 
guiding you through your first Odoo module.

If you like this, I can add that the ebook is, for a limited time, with 
a 50% discount promotion if you use using the code in the book website :)

I hope the free chapter help you.

Às 08:17 de 07/10/2015, Abdul Qudoos escreveu:
> Hello,
> I am new to Odoo development, I follow tutorials,  through which I set 
> Eclipse-PyDev environment for Odoo, but when I added the odoo source 
> to my project according to tutorial and run it, it gives me error. e.g 
> import this and this file.
> Anybody here to suggest me a link, that help me in development on 
> windows platform.
> Thank You
> Abdul Qudoos Mehdi
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