2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 5 December 2011
I personally think that this book is a good introduction to Drupal 7.
I like that from every chapter there is something which can be easily accomplished by the end of that chapter by going through the examples and this will deepen my own Drupal knowledge.
In a short space of time I am already up and running with my own drupal site and have the know how to extend out of the box drupal with other features to make a more interactive website.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 6 July 2011
I found The bOok well structured and I think it taught me everything I needed to know for start a drupal website. It explains how modules and attributes works and are implemented through the site. Everything is plain clear and I did not incur into problems for understand what the author wants to explain. Yet, the theme section need to be rewrote: it is too basics and the theme subject is what a person like me is looking the most. Sometimes I got the impression that Tomlinson got paid a tot per rows, cause he repeat himself a lot. Nevertheless I'm happy of the purchase but if I could come back I would try the Angela Byron's one.