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Etude Drupal 7 dans le sas 01

Drupal

J'ai donné à étudier le livre Pro Drupal 7 dans le but d'étudier le développement PHP avec Drupal.

Le but de la manoeuvre est d'introduire au développement de modules le CMS en question.

Ceci pour à terme créer des modules et contribuer à des modules existants.

Déroulement

Dans la logique de la formation dans le sas Ideo Neov, le cheminement devrait être:

  • Comprendre ce qu'est un CMS de manière générique et ce que cela permet de faire
  • Installer Drupal et maîtriser l'interface d'administration
  • Installer les thèmes "populaires" (Zen, Fusion, Sky) et essayer des modificatios mineures (changement de couleurs, changement des images à la même dimension)
  • Installer les modules utiles au développement (Administration Menu, Devel, Masquerade, SEO Checklist)
  • Maîtriser la création de nouveau type de contenu sans besoin de programmation
  • Installer quelques modules "populaires" (CCK, Views,Advanced Help, Custom Breadcrumbs, Pathauto, Global Redirect, Token, CK editor + configuration )
  • Savoir à partir de quand s'orienter vers le développement de module
  • Discerner la nécessité (ou pas) de modifier un module existant plutot que d'en créer un à partir de rien.

Raconter

Par le biais des commentaires, racontez votre parcours dans l'apprentissage de Drupal.

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