Monday, July 11, 2011

Drupal 7 Module Development [Re-up]

Matt Butcher (Author), Larry Garfield (Author), John Albin Wilkins (Author), Matt Farina (Author), Ken Rickard (Author), Greg Dunlap (Author)
  • Paperback: 420 pages
  • Publisher: Packt Publishing (December 3, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1849511160
  • ISBN-13: 978-1849511162
This book takes a hands-on, practical approach to software development. The authors, all professional Drupal developers and contributors to the Drupal project, provide accessible coding samples designed to exhibit not only the technical merits and abilities of Drupal, but also proper architectural and stylistic approaches to coding on one of the world's most popular content management systems. Every chapter provides fully functional code samples illustrating the APIs and strategies discussed in the chapter. With this foundation, developers can quickly build sophisticated tools on their own by making use of the strategies and techniques exemplified in this book. If you are a PHP developer or a Drupal user looking to dive into Drupal development then you will find this book an excellent introduction to coding within Drupal. Those with some Drupal experience will also find this an invaluable tool for updating their knowledge about the powerful new features of Drupal 7.

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  1. I am a new learner of Drupal and keeps searching on the internet for some tips. But some times I plans to change my tool to magento as the market is more for Magento. Is it true?

  2. It is depends on your need. I think Drupal has its own advantages and Magento has its sword too. In my opinion, I think the speed in building, maintaining and browsing sites is the most important. So I choose Drupal. I don't want to intergrate a lot of module in my sites and make it an open door to be attacked. Just enough and concentrate in the content is my way.

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