New Packt Open Source Release: Drupal 7 Module Development

by Julian Copes | Dec 2010 | Open Source | Drupal

Drupal 7 Module Development by Matt Butcher, Larry Garfield, John Wilkins, Matt Farina, Ken Rickard and Greg Dunlap has been published.


 

Hot off the press is our recent Packt Open Source release:

Drupal 7 Module Development By Matt Butcher, Larry Garfield, John Wilkins, Matt Farina, Ken Rickard and Greg Dunlap has been published.

Drupal 7 Module Development

Who’s it for?

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. Theme developers looking to extend their abilities will find this an accessible introduction to PHP coding within the Drupal environment. Read more here.

What’s it about?

In Drupal 7 Module development book, six professional Drupal developers use a practical, example-based approach to introduce PHP developers to the powerful new Drupal 7 tools, APIs, and strategies for writing custom Drupal code. These tools not only make management and maintenance of websites much easier, but they are also great fun to play around with and amazingly easy to use. If you're eager to learn about these new APIs and start creating modules for Drupal 7, this is your book. Walk through the development of complete Drupal modules with this primer for PHP programmers.

For more information on this book click here



Related Books

If this book is of interest, you might also want to have a look at:

Drupal 7

Drupal Web Services

Drupal 7 First Look



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