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True to its name - A Frustrated Theming Newbies Elation 19 août 2011
Par Brandon M. - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This book is THE guide to Drupal 7, I have read 3 other books on Drupal 7 and as far as I'm concerned this book includes the same information and often a LOT more, particularly in custom theming from scratch. Before this book came out there was virtually nothing out there on creating and implementing a new region in the .tpl files. This book dedicates a sub-section to the topic in chapter 15 which covers Default Regions, Hidden Regions, Module-Specific Regions, when to use regions vs. hard-coding variables, and then walks you through 2 distinct examples of implementing a new region (p.291-292). The book does a great job of explaining template overrides, theme functions, theme hook suggestions, and the render api's alter hook, showing you the syntax, and then walking you through an exercise. Even for a newbie it does a decent enough job of demonstrating the php code strings so I could copy and paste with some confidence, though I would probably be lost if I had to troubleshoot and I am limited by the applicability of the examples in the book, whatever that may be (I know I have to read a php book if I'm serious about theming in drupal). My only issue with the books theming chapters is that it doesn't have a dedicated section that concludes its fantastic coverage of the individual theming techniques by providing an all-inclusive comparative analysis or custom site build demonstration that reveals the logic of using one theming technique over another in different areas of the site build process. As a newbie, I just quickly became overwhelmed by all my options. It does a great job of explaining the differences in Drupals various strategies for implementing CSS styling and then demonstrating each of them in an all inclusive set of exercises for efficiently managing CSS in Drupal. Of course, I am limiting my discussion to that of theming because thats my main concern at this point, though at the size of a large phone book, I am sure administrators, themers, and developers alike will find their areas of interest covered very thoroughly. I'm only on chapter 17 out of 38 chapters and am already on my way of achieving my lofty goals!
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The best technical book in 25 years! 14 septembre 2011
Par BozHogan - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I've purchased 7 books on Drupal and this one is the best. Hands down. It's great for beginners and advanced Drupal users alike. For beginners, each chapter starts with the basics and takes you as far as you'll likely ever need to go. For the advanced, each chapter/topic starts with an easy read, refresh and review, then dives into the advanced stuff that helps you take your sites as far as possible. Very few books can accomplish both of these objectives, but this one does it in excellent fashion. No wonder it's a 1000 pages.
My work has already improved dramatically, and every chapter has me so amped up, I can't wait to dive into the next to see what else I can learn.
There were lots of books that came out earlier, but they just don't measure up. These authors took the extra time (about 4 or 6 months beyond schedule) to get it right. Not just in accuracy and clarity, but in presentation and completeness as well. They sacrificed schedule for quality, and it paid off BIG TIME. I'm giving away all my other books, and just keeping this one.
Anyone who is serious about learning Drupal, or for experienced users, who want to rapidly upgrade their knowledge and value, you would be a fool not to put this book in your arsenal. Fantastic Job, Authors!
I've been in technology for 25 years, and this is the best technical book I've ever seen. It's definitely a MUST HAVE, and aptly named. It is "The Definitive Guide to Drupal 7."
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The Motherload of Drupal Books 7 janvier 2012
Par DieCastProCrastInAteOr - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I love this book. I must have 600 pounds of instruction books. Many of them were useful; some not at all. A few have been exceptionally good, but this is the first time I've been this excited about such a book. It's huge and comprehensive. For that vast majority of people it's probably the only Drupal 7 book they'll ever need. I'd urge anyone serious about Drupal to get a copy immediately.

The only people I wouldn't recommend this book to are those whose interests in Drupal are very limited. Those seeking a bare minimum working knowledge of Drupal; perhaps to do something very simple in Drupal Gardens; and aren't interested in learning beyond that very basic level could do much better in a very basic introductory book. For everyone else, Definitive Guide to Drupal 7 is a great book.

I didn't think I was going to like this book at first. The multiple authorship rubbed me the wrong way until I realized how brilliant the effect was. Most books like this are sort of like being back in school stuck in the same classroom with the same slightly interesting underpaid grad student instructor. Definitive Guide to Drupal 7 is more like being swarmed by a battalion of friendly geeks all trying to help me with my latest project. These people are quite obviously expert and well connected in the Drupal community but perhaps more importantly their enthusiasm for Drupal; their excitement about that community comes through and it's infectious. Also, the different perspectives of each author make chapters I would have skipped over well worth reading.

This is a huge book and it seems like it's taken me forever to work my way through it but I can't begin to express how much I've learned. In the process I feel like I've learned from this book how to learn just about anything else I'll ever need to know about Drupal.

This is physically a huge book, so if you're ok with electronic versions I'd recommend it. Also, as some reviewers have already pointed out, APress didn't do a very good job with the typography and book design. That kinda sucks. But, really, it's fine. Not pretty, but perfectly readable. If that's going to stop anyone from using this magnificent book, they're pretty much missing the whole point. If you want great typography go buy a novel.
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Obsolete for March 2013 code and modules 2 mars 2013
Par amazonian - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
The Definitive Guide to Drupal 7 (Definitive Guide Apress) I bought this book when Drupal 7 was at 7.8. The book was the best at that time. Now Drupal is at 7.20 and many important modules such as Panels, views, ctools, organic groups and many others have evolved in the last 2 years and so it is very difficult to follow the book. The authors need to revise the book or make on website the new changes with the new code and new modules. I do not see the new stuff there and so, I would not recommend any new comer to buy this obsolete book and waste money and time. If the authors had put together a CD or a download link on their DGD7 site that had all the modules and the code that was used in the book at the time of preparation, this book was well worth for beginners. I have to give 1 star only to bring to the attention of new buyers. I would have given a 4 star to this book 2 years ago.
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Lives up to the title 6 août 2011
Par Richard - Publié sur
Format: Broché
This is the most complete and up-to-date Drupal book. It is a _big_ book, and contains information on topics that most other Drupal books skip such as:
* Project management,
* Test driven development,
* Command-line administration.

I've only just started digging in to the material, but it has already helped me on my project.
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