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Pro Drupal 7 Development [Format Kindle]

Todd Tomlinson , John VanDyk
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Présentation de l'éditeur

Pro Drupal 7 Development updates the most popular development reference for the release of Drupal 7. With several new and completely-rewritten essential APIs and improvements in Drupal 7, this book will not only teach developers how to write modules ranging from simple to complex, but also how Drupal itself works.

  • Learn the Drupal APIs and major changes in Drupal 7
  • Learn how to write Drupal modules using the APIs
  • Learn proper development practices and how to become a contributing community member

What you’ll learn

    • How to get started with writing basic modules
    • The flexible Drupal APIs and how they interact with modules
    • How new features in Drupal 7 make modules even more powerful and sophisticated
    • Best practices when developing in Drupal (coding standards, help developer modules)
    • How to write safe, secure, and tested code
    • How to contribute modules back to the Drupal community and maintain their modules using the Concurrent Versions System (CVS)

    Who this book is for

    This book is for existing Drupal module developers wanting to learn about Drupal 7 and people already knowledgeable in PHP who are interested in developing for Drupal. Simply put, if you are working with Drupal, then you need this book.

    Table of Contents

    1. How Drupal Works
    2. Writing a Module
    3. Hooks, Actions, and Triggers
    4. The Menu System
    5. Working with Databases
    6. Working with Users
    7. Working with Nodes
    8. Working with Fields
    9. The Theme System
    10. Working with Blocks
    11. The Form API
    12. Manipulating User Input: The Filter System
    13. Searching and Indexing Content
    14. Working with Files
    15. Working with Taxonomy
    16. Caching
    17. Sessions
    18. Using jQuery
    19. Localization and Translation
    20. XML-RPC
    21. Writing Secure Code
    22. Development Best Practices
    23. Optimizing Drupal
    24. Installation Profiles
    25. Testing
    26. Database Table Reference
    27. Resources

    Biographie de l'auteur

    Todd Tomlinson is the Vice President of Public Sector Consulting for ServerLogic Corporation. He is the former Senior Director of EBusines Strategy at Oracle Corporation, VP of Internet and eBusiness Consulting for Claremont Technoloyg Group, VP and CTO of Emerald Solutions, Senior Manager with Accenture, and a senior faculty member and area chair for a large University where he was the lead professor for web design and development. He has been using Drupal for the past several years and had a significant number of high profile sites on the web that he's developed using Drupal.

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    2 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
    1.0 étoiles sur 5 déception 14 avril 2011
    Format:Broché
    Pro Drupal Development pour D6 était très bien. D7 n'est pas du tout à l'hauteur. Où sommes les entities, pas un mot sur GIT. J'ai l'impression que le livre est sortie beaucoup trop tôt.Pour une fois je conseille Drupal 7 Module Development de Packt.
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    4.0 étoiles sur 5 Tres bon livre pour les développeurs PHP 17 janvier 2012
    Par KpryKorn
    Format:Broché
    Tres bon livre pour les développeurs PHP souhaitant se mettre à Drupal.
    Bonne approche global du core et de l'api.

    Avec ce livre un bon développeur n'aura plus d'appréhension à développer du module custom.

    Pour des sujets plus pointu (entities, etc) voir d'autre livres ...
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    4.0 étoiles sur 5 Great book 17 août 2013
    Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
    Great book although I was expecting more about entities. Creating custom entities just like drupal commerce does. Hopefully the Drupal 8 book will cover this aspect as well.
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    4.0 étoiles sur 5 Une bonne bible 17 octobre 2011
    Par Mathias
    Format:Broché
    Très bon livre, bien utile. Manque cependant quelques exemples plus pratiques, ou plus poussés, mais reste cependant une très bonne bible.
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    3.0 étoiles sur 5 Decent but Lacking Some Key Documentation 21 janvier 2011
    Par ngm - Publié sur Amazon.com
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    I've always been a huge fan of the Pro Drupal Development series of books. I referred to my battered copies of the D5 and D6 editions as my "bibles". I had the same expectations for the Drupal 7 version but after reading felt it lacking compared to the previous editions. My guess is there was a rush to push out the book before D7 was ready but by doing so the authors left out some key functionality available in Drupal 7. It felt more like a rehash of the D6 version with some D7 functionality thrown in. Below is a rundown of some of my "issues"

    Entities: Every data element in Drupal is now an Entity (Nodes, taxonomy, users, comments). This was huge shift and probably could get its own chapter. Found barely a mention of this.

    Database: I was glad to see some mention of the OOP aspects of the database API. One major absence was EntityFieldQuery. This is a huge D7 feature that developers will need and I don't recall seeing it mentioned.

    RDF: Resource Description Framework is in core. This needs a chapter (or a book). Enough said.

    Renderable Content: All content in D7 is treated similar to FAPI (form API), via a renderable array. This new feature didn't get nearly enough of the attention it deserves.

    Javascript/AJAX: Missing about 2 chapters here. The ajax functionality for D7 is all new. I don't recall a mention of the Ajax commands API. Also missing was any mention of Drupal.behaviors. The Javascript examples don't follow the best practices.

    I respect the authors work and gave them my $[...] bucks for the book. That being said, I'd really wait for (hopefully) the next edition of this book as it is missing too many key features of D7 for me to fully recommend. If you are already hardcore into D7 development definitely hold out.
    34 internautes sur 35 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
    2.0 étoiles sur 5 Third Edition Disappointing 8 février 2011
    Par ralphb - Publié sur Amazon.com
    Format:Broché
    The third edition is still an excellent book for Drupal 6 development, but despite its title it fails miserably at detailing the many changes introduced with Drupal 7.

    Probably the biggest shortcoming of "Pro Drupal 7 Development" is the inadequate coverage of Fields API. One major change of Drupal 7 was the integration of CCK (now known as Fields API) into core. While the book explains how to define fields in the UI (which is off-topic for a book on programming) and how to create custom fields, it lacks an explanation of how to work with fields programmatically. Consequently, it remains unclear how to migrate content based on custom node types from Drupal 6 to Drupal 7.

    Other major changes of Drupal 7 include Entities, which unify nodes, users, and comments into one common concept, and Render Elements, which radically change the way theming works. Alas, neither Entities nor Render Elements are even mentioned in this book.

    It is obvious that "Pro Drupal 7 Development" was rushed to market. The index is sketchy, some flow diagrams of the second edition have been replaced by blurry jpegs, and code examples are formatted sloppily (wrong indentation, poor word-wrapping). Many chapters refer to the Drupal online documentation for "up-to-date information".

    For Drupal module developers who already own the second edition and who just want update their knowledge for Drupal 7 the book "Drupal 7 Module Development" by Matt Butcher is a much better choice.
    30 internautes sur 31 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
    1.0 étoiles sur 5 Very disappointing 21 avril 2011
    Par Lars K - Publié sur Amazon.com
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    I learned a lot from the second edition of this book, but after after having had a first look at this third edition, I must say I am deeply shocked and very disappointed. It is mostly just a copy and and paste job from the second edition. As other reviewers have commented, several of the most important new features of Drupal 7 are not even mentioned. Neither are important developer tools such as Drush and Git, they are simply non-existent in the index. I had a look at the chapters on Taxonomy and Users, and find no information about the fact that these are now fieldable entities. In the chapter on Users, they still recommend the profile.module, which is now deprecated...

    The code examples are full of errors, but there is no errata:[...]
    Apparently, Apress lost all the submitted errata information because of no backup.

    I honestly don't understand how a book like this can pass through a process of technical review, and even get the recommendations of Dries Buytaert in the foreword. I love Drupal, but this book is going to be bad for the community. I really think Apress owes us a revised edition.

    I would definitely not recommend this book to anyone already owning the second edition. Instead buy "Drupal 7 module Development". It is not an easy read, but at least it is up-to-date.
    10 internautes sur 10 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
    1.0 étoiles sur 5 Disappointment compared to 2nd Edition 22 mai 2011
    Par Daniel Hanold - Publié sur Amazon.com
    Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
    The 2nd Edition (Pro Drupal Development for Drupal 6) was my bible in regards to understanding Drupal from a developer's perspective, thus my hopes for Pro Drupal7 Development were high, and I'm sad to say that they weren't met.

    First of all: For a development book, there are just too many coding mistakes in the code printed. The authors provide an online errata ([...]), but even that directory of errors doesn't cover everything. Unfortunately, only the code examples for the first 2 chapters are available online, so the only option to get the code running is typing it in. With 50 conceptual code errors (and counting), that process is very frustrating as it's unclear why a certain piece of code isn't working correctly.

    Drupal 7 provides a number of exciting conceptual changes, but rather than explaining what these changes mean for a programmer, the authors merely updated the chapters from the 2nd edition without revising the structure of each chapter. In some cases, the documentation in the code still refers to the the code in the 2nd edition.

    I purchased this book before it was released, as it was the de-facto standard developer book for Drupal 6. For the 3rd edition, I wish the publisher and technical reviewers would have spent more time before putting this book on the market.
    14 internautes sur 16 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
    1.0 étoiles sur 5 TONS OF CODE MISTAKES 16 février 2011
    Par Eric Moyer - Publié sur Amazon.com
    Format:Broché
    I chose this book because of the range of topics covered, and because it is from a programming point of view. HOWEVER, if you type the code samples exactly as shown, you will spend hours finding and fixing mistakes. (At least if you are new to Drupal, as I am, which is why I bought the book.) The publisher's website has an errata list, but I have found several things that are not on it. I tried submitting an entry for it almost a week ago, but it is not on the list yet. If you enjoy a challenge, you will probably learn more in the long run by fixing all the errors, but you will also waste a lot of time, and it is frustrating.
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