Louis Weitzman et al.: Using open source software to design, develop, and deploy a collaborative Web site (2006/2007)

›Tools and techniques for getting relatively complicated Web sites up and running quickly‹

Using open source software to design, develop, and deploy a collaborative Web site - Tools and techniques for getting relatively complicated Web sites up and running quickly ist eine detaillierte Untersuchung von Louis Weitzman, Alister Lewis-Bowen, Stephen Evanchik und anderen aus IBM developerWorks, die sich mit der Einrichtung und Verwendung von Drupal beschäftigt.

Das Projekt gliedert sich in insgesamt 15 Teilbereiche, zu denen zwischen 2006 und 2007 folgende Berichte publiziert wurden:

  • Part 1: Introduction and overview (July 2006)
  • Part 2: Design for an effective user experience (July 2006)
  • Part 3: Building your development environment in Windows (August 2006)
  • Part 4: Building your development environment in Linux (August 2006)
  • Part 5: Getting started with Drupal (August 2006)
  • Part 6: Building a custom module in Drupal (September 2006)
  • Part 7: Structuring content for theming using XHTML (October 2006)
  • Part 8: Styling content for theming using CSS (October 2006)
  • Part 9: Understanding the database layer (October 2006)
  • Part 10: Adding features for an extranet Web site (November 2006)
  • Part 11: Using taxonomies in Drupal (December 2006)
  • Part 12: Hosting and deployment (December 2006)
  • Part 13: PHP development within Eclipse (January 2007)
  • Part 14: The announcement module source code (March 2007)
  • Part 15: Lessons learned and what's new in Drupal (April 2007)
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