[thelist] Good Drupal book for web pros

Ron Dorman rwd at csi1st.net
Sat Jun 6 16:53:35 CDT 2009

Pro Drupal Development (first edition for D5, *second Edition for D6*) 
and Learning Drupal 6 Module Development. I have not purchased any of 
the others yet.

Ron D.

Nan Harbison wrote:
> Ron-
> There are a lot of books on this page, can you tell me the titles of the two
> you found helpful?
> Thanks
> Nan 
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> You could go here: http://drupal.org/books, to buy it and help the Drupal
> community a bit.
> I've been very happy with both versions.
> Ron D.
> Will wrote:
>> I've been pleased with http://www.drupalbook.com/
>> On Fri, Jun 5, 2009 at 7:58 AM, Nan Harbison<nan at nanharbison.com> wrote:
>>> Hi All,
>>> I bought the O'Reilly book on Drupal, which is good for understanding 
>>> the components, etc. except it really is for people who are going to 
>>> use it without doing any tweaks and don't need to understand anything 
>>> under the covers. So, does anyone know of the best book if you are a 
>>> web developer and do want to understand how it all works, like I 
>>> think there is no reference to the URL of pages in the database, so 
>>> you can easily move an installation from development server to final 
>>> resting place without any problems. I was looking for a way to just 
>>> redirect the files from the Drupal folder, which I couldn't get to 
>>> work. (Correct me if I am wrong!)
>>> Thanks
>>> Nan
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