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Drupal 7: Créer et administrer son site de manière rapide et efficace Broché – 8 avril 2011

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La meilleure méthode pour découvrir et maîtriser Drupal 7, et créer ainsi tout type de site web!

Drupal, qui compte parmi les CMS open-source les plus populaires, intègre dans sa dernière version en date, un nombre incroyable de nouvelles fonctionnalités et améliorations. Avec un outil aussi puissant à votre disposition, vous n'aurez besoin que de cet ouvrage et d'un peu de pratique pour concevoir vos sites web.

Destiné plus particulièrement aux utilisateurs débutants de Drupal, ce livre propose un traitement large et à visée pratique de tous les fondamentaux de Drupal. Entièrement revu et mis à jour pour Drupal 7, il guide le lecteur de manière simple et claire à travers les différentes étapes de la construction d'un site web professionnel. Vous verrez comment installer, configurer et déployer un site Drupal 7, mais aussi ce qu'il faut savoir pour concevoir son interface graphique, maintenir le site ou encore le promouvoir. Vous y découvrirez également comment adapter Drupal à vos besoins à travers l'étude méthodique de sujets plus avancés.

Complet et pratique, cet ouvrage vous permettra d'acquérir rapidement les compétences requises pour produire et gérer des sites web professionnels.

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Programmeur et écrivain, David Mercer rédige depuis plus de dix ans du code aussi bien que des livres. Il a contribué à plusieurs ouvrages réputés, traitant de sujets variés, en tant qu'auteur et expert. Ses livres, vendus à plusieurs dizaines de milliers d'exemplaires, ont été à ce jour traduits dans plus de neuf langues.

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Ce livre est très intéressant si on ne connait pas du tout le CMS, mais aussi dans le cas où on l'a déjà utilisé. Il apporte de nombreuses informations, ainsi que des noms de modules complémentaires qui sont très intéressant.
Cependant, il n'est pas intéressant pour une personne qui maitriserais déjà bien le CMS.
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Un ouvrage clair et complet sur l'installation et la configuration de la dernière version majeure de DRUPAL. Il vous faudra, tout de même, de longue heures d'apprentissage pour maitriser les fonctionnalités les plus efficace de ce CMS.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Complete Disaster - Written Against an Alpha Version and Largely Irrelevent 15 décembre 2010
Par Financial Reader - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
A lot of time has passed between when this book was written and today. That also means a lot has changed in the development of Drupal 7. Reading this book is like playing a guessing game of how the Drupal developers changed things between the Alpha version of Drupal 7 (against which this book was written) and the current release candidates and actual releases.

I can tell you that over 50% of the content in this book is either **wrong** or **irrelevant** unless you intend on using an old Alpha version of Drupal 7 in production (not a good idea). This book was clearly written in an opportunistic way to capitalize on the upcoming release of Drupal 7 without any regard to its relevance once Drupal 7 actually comes out. I for one think it's a shameful way to write books and even though I have never written a review on this site, I felt compelled to warn others. The author should apologize for wasting my time and the time of any other poor sap who spent hard-earned money on this waste of paper.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent for taking a newcomer to intermediate level 23 juin 2011
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
One reviewer says that over 50% of the book is inaccurate. That statement is incorrect, in my opinion. The true percentage is closer to 4% or 5%, mostly in the screenshots and the references to menu items, especially for panels and views. This is unavoidable because there are slight differences between Drupal 7.0, 7.1, 7.2, 7.4 and 7.7. A few menu items are different between the book and the actual Drupal 7.7, but there is nothing of functional significance, just discrepancies (but those discrepancies pertaining to Views can be confusing).

I am a relative newcomer to Drupal who is semi computer-literate (I have been writing Windows desktop programs using the Delphi language for the past 15 years). This book is the first Drupal book, or any book, that has guided me to a successful no-pain installation of Apache-MySQL-PHP plus Drupal on my Windows system. The reason was that the writer was very specific about things such as folders, using plain language without unnecessary technical sidetracks. (By contrast, there is another book on Drupal 7 that has an unfinished discussion about installing Apache-MySQL-PHP that left me dangling, followed by an equally hasty and vague discussion about installing Drupal.)

After guiding me to a successful installation of XAMPP and Drupal, the book covered the broad sweep of Drupal's functionalities, giving me a basic working knowledge of Drupal without bombarding me with things such as PHP.

In summary, this book is an excellent fast-track to Drupal, one of those rare books which offer much gain with no unnecessary pain. The foundational topics and the more advanced topics in this book are well developed, and will take you well into the intermediate Drupal level.

UPDATE: I have gone through two other Drupal 7 books, but the one by Mercer is the best of the three, in my opinion.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Comprehensive but easy to follow 14 novembre 2010
Par Stacy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I have some experience with Drupal version 6, having created a Drupal site for a class I taught. I felt like I knew some aspects of Drupal very well, and others (views, themes) not so well. This book walks you through just about every feature of Drupal 7, providing screenshots, reviewing options, and giving examples. It might have been a little overwhelming if I had not already had some familiarity with Drupal, but a beginner should also be able to follow it.

Because Drupal 7 is a work in progress, there were a few minor mismatches between the screenshots and instructions in this book, and the version I was using (beta2). It is essential that you install Drupal 7 and work through the examples. For one thing, it will be much more fun, and you'll absorb the information better.

I was particularly pleased with the presentation of the views feature. I admit to writing modules when views would have been sufficient, and I won't have any excuses next time. Almost all of my previous Drupal knowledge came from VanDyk's Pro Drupal Development, which walks you through module development but skips some of the built-in features. This book is a great complement to that one. I think the combination of a methodical progression through the world of Drupal 7, combined with lots of examples, makes this book invaluable. I'll still be using Drupal 6 for awhile, but there is enough similarity between versions that I will be consulting this book when I update my web site with a modified theme and some other new elements.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Good Drupal 7 book for beginners 8 novembre 2010
Par Chris Fontenot - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This book provides a very easy to understand introduction to Drupal 7. The keyword is introduction. And, there is definitely nothing wrong with that especially for a brand new version of such a cool piece of software.

For those new to web application frameworks, content management systems, and especially Drupal, this is a very good resource to kickstart the experience. It covers what Drupal is, where to download it, how to set up your computer to host it locally, and how to install it. The book describes an easy way to set up a local development environment with XAMPP. Follow by a pretty thorough introduction to the basics of what makes up Drupal including how to download and use modules and themes. An introduction of some features that are considered more advanced completes the book including Actions, Triggers, Clean URLs, Views, and Panels. Just remember that even for these advanced uses of Drupal the book only covers an introduction.

Personally, I like the latter half of the book much better. After introducing user management and basic content concepts the author talks about content fields, taxonomy, images, and files. While I considered myself a relative newbie to Drupal, the first half of the book helped me realize that I did not need that sort of beginner introduction. And, while the screenshots and discussions about the new Drupal 7 overlay features are certainly helpful, I would not recommend the first half of this book to those who are familiar with Drupal and trying to figure out what's new in Drupal 7. Views and Panels are introduced during this part of the book including some special wording by the author indicating these modules are still being developed and upgraded for Drupal 7 so, as they say, your mileage may vary. The benefit for a reader like me is that the book delivers an introduction to give me some ideas and examples of how to implement Views and Panels.

I was given the opportunity to read this book as part of a promotion from Packt Publishing. They provided the book as a PDF eBook which gave me a great opportunity to test out reading a technical book on my eReader. The only concern I have about this experience is that the layout of the book was broken on my device. The bulleted points were messed up as were the side notes. In this case, I would have preferred to try out the ePub version rather than the PDF. That being said the PDF eBook looked just fine in Acrobat Reader so it may be more a problem with my eReader than the document itself.

In summary, this book was very clear to read with a pretty good progression of ideas and topics building upon each other as I read through the chapters from start to finish. The only critique I have with the topic layout is that the last chapter "Deployment and Management" could have been placed earlier in the book right behind the chapter on installation and basic configuration. It is a very good introduction to Drupal 7 for the intended audience which is "people with little to no experience in using Drupal." I definitely recommend it for readers who fit this profile.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Great for Drupal Beginners 17 mars 2011
Par Karina Simpson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I bought this book to help me out getting started with Drupal. I found it very well written, easy to follow, good examples and has given me a good basis to keep getting myself educated with Drupal 7
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