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Beginning Django E-Commerce (Expert's Voice in Web Development) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 29. Oktober 2009


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Jim McGaw is a web developer with several years of experience developing enterprise-level web applications, particularly online catalog and shopping cart sites. Jim believes that anything worth doing is worth doing right, and since there is often more than one way to do something, he works very hard to make sure that he does it correctly. He relishes the opportunity to work with technology on a daily basis, and he especially enjoys enlightening others about the latest web trends, like front-end engineering and Ajax, as well as the other nuances of his craft.

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Good Book and Responsive Author 18. November 2009
Von C. Young - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Though I haven't yet completed this book, I like the author's writing style and the information he presents. I also like that fact that he has you write code by yourself instead of just suggesting 3rd party plug-ins to accomplish a particular task (unlike some other Django books). Though the title would suggest this book is only about E-Commerce, it isn't. It is a great introduction to Django and covers everything someone new to Django would need to know to get started.

I bought two Django books published by Apress at about the same time. The first one, Practical Django Projects - 2nd Edition, is a good book, but it has some errors in it, and the author has been unresponsive in addressing them, so they are not included in the books errata on Apress's website. Another negative is that the source code that is supposed to be included with the book wasn't for several months, and though it is now, it is incomplete.

This book also has some errors in it, but the author has been very responsive in commenting on them and getting them out to Apress's errata page so that people new to Django won't be frustrated and unable to move past them. This kind of dedication is very important and appreciated. The book is good on its own, but with the added support of the author, it is a great title.
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Not for django newbies 6. Dezember 2010
Von swmagicien - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Pros: Fairly readable introduction to ecommerce for programmers who already know django, python, HTML, XML, CSS, and SQL. A complete online ecommerce application for a musical instrument store is developed in stages and the reader may follow along by typing the code or pasting from an ebook. A completed version of the application is downloadable from the publisher's book home page. Shows how to implement online credit card payments.

Cons: Excessive use of first and third person. Instructions to the reader are hard to follow, mainly because they are embedded in the textual material when they should have been sectioned out and numbered. Introductory and reference material is mostly limited to what the author feels in necessary to explain his application. Author assumes the reader already has a background in server side programming.

Following along by keyboarding the code is extremely difficult and readers who do so will likely spend a lot of time debugging typos. Some of the instructions to the reader, always given in unnumbered plain paragraph form, are nearly indecipherable and/or easy to overlook.

All of the code is provided so there are really no programming exercises for the reader.

Summary: Good introduction to ecommerce with django but not a beginner's introduction to django. Not really appropriate for django newbies.
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Excellent book 1. Dezember 2009
Von Jeffrey Green - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I would recommend this book. Well written and good examples. I have been using django for over 2 years and it helped me
learn some of the functionality within django that I was confused about. As far as an ecommerce site, this book makes it a lot easier than trying to use Satchmo.
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Helping to fill the gap 21. März 2010
Von J. Gartin - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is a good book for getting practical application examples using Django. The Django/Python community is lacking more literature like this (IMHO). Where developers talk less about the inner workings/libraries of Django/Python and more about how to use it in a practical project.

This book covers more than just Django, but also discusses the ancillary technologies used when developing a website/web-application (like css, javascript, etc).

If you are new to Django and need something more than an intro to the framework/platform, this would be a good purchase. You might want to skip a few chapters if you have a background in Django (this is a "beginning" book not "pro"), as the book takes you from the very start. Excellent resource for web developers wanting to get started with Django.
Excellent Django introduction 7. Februar 2011
Von W. Gant - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I like this author's writing style and his coverage of a broad range of topics that are useful when developing a Django application. In particular, I found his description of how to setup nginix and apache to be very helpful. He also writes with a sense of humor, which is quite refreshing.

I strongly recommend going through some tutorials on python before starting this book, as it will help a lot. I came from a C# background myself, so I ran into a few tough spots while working my way through the book (mostly because of misunderstandings on my part). I also would have liked for the AJAX portions to have been larger, but that is more personal preference than a beef with the book.
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