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Professional WordPress: Design and Development (Wrox Programmer to Programmerwrox Professional Guides) [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Brad Williams , David Damstra , Hal Stern
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18. Januar 2013 Wrox Programmer to Programmerwrox Professional Guides
The highly praised resource returns with updated content, examples, and code downloads
 
WordPress is the most popular self-hosted open source website software in use today, and the latest version makes it even simpler to operate. Packed with real-world examples for load balancing and multiusers, this esteemed resource replaces some of the more basic material with more advanced content. Every single chapter has been reworked to provide the most current and proper methods for developing and designing in WordPress. Coverage of HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript and new chapters on custom post types, custom taxonomies, Multisite, and extensions of themes bring the content of this book completely up-to-date and provides you with all you need to deploy successful WordPress sites.
* Offers an overview of the WordPress system and describes what happens when a WordPress-generated web page is displayed
* Demonstrates extending WordPress through plugins and customizing it via themes
* Combines a developer view of user experience and optimization with the deployment requirements for performance, security, and measurement
* Includes code downloads and code samples from the book's website
 
You'll be hard pressed to find a reliable resource with more advanced content than Professional WordPress, Second Edition!

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  • Taschenbuch: 456 Seiten
  • Verlag: John Wiley & Sons; Auflage: 2. Auflage (18. Januar 2013)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 111844227X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1118442272
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 18,8 x 2,2 x 23,6 cm
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  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 89.561 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
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Harness the power of the latest version of WordPress
 
WordPress is the most popular self-hosted open source website software in use today, and the latest version makes it even simpler to operate. With this new edition, you'll find helpful examples, code downloads, and real-world tips from real-world developers, all of which reflect the current needs of developers. Each chapter has been reworked to provide the most up-to-date and correct methods for developing and designing in WordPress. This book covers WordPress development and design concepts above and beyond version features and provides a foundation for future development as WordPress is updated. This essential resource provides you with all you need to deploy successful WordPress sites.
 
Professional WordPress, Second Edition:
* Offers a code overview and provides the most up-to-date advice for working with WordPress locally
* Highlights custom post types, custom taxonomy, and meta data
* Features coverage of plugin and theme development
* Discusses WordPress as a content management system as well as its role in the enterprise and developer community
* Combines a developer view of user experience and optimization with the deployment requirements for performance, security, and measurement
 
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Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Brad Williams is the co-founder of WebDevStudios.com, organizes and speaks at WordPress events, and is the coauthor of Professional WordPress Plugin Development.
 
David Damstra is the Vice President of Professional Services for CU*Answers, where his team of developers empowers clients with WordPress.
 
Hal Stern is a VP at Juniper Networks and is the coauthor of Blueprints for High Availability.
 
Wrox Professional guides are written by working developers to address everyday needs. They provide examples, practical solutions, and expert education in new technologies, all designed to help programmers do a better job.

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3.0 von 5 Sternen It's OK 19. August 2013
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The book covers a lot of arguments, though there are some to me worth of mention that I did not see (for example: customer login area). In the book the ground motivations in all chapters have been explained with a lot of words, but in order to see practical examples or SOLUTIONS I had to wait and wait and wait. And at the end ...there was almost nothing. Conclusion: a lot of words for a content that could have been well explained in at most the 25% of the pages.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen An essential resource for developers 20. Januar 2013
Von Y. Park - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I have been learning WP development for the past few years, my primary source of learning being online tutorials (WPTuts, Smashing, etc..). After a while, I felt it's about time I broaden my knowledge on WP. I found out that the second edition had been just published and got it through Amazon. Here are my few thoughts on the book.

1. This is a fairly comprehensive book covering not only Theme development, but plug-ins, multisite, UX, and more. If you're strictly looking for theme development, this may not be the best fit for you. There is only one chapter dedicated to "Theme Development". Of course, the preceding chapters discuss loops, database manipulations, custom taxonomies and etc, but these would be something to learn once you actually know how to write a theme. If you're looking to increase the overall knowledge of WP development, this is going to be extremely helpful.

2. Some experience with WP is a must. By "experience", I mean a basic understanding of how WP theme and plug-ins are structured. If you have seen a code for themes or plug-ins, it will make understanding a lot easier. On the other hand, the book isn't going to be much useful for beginners. If you have little or no experience with WP development, take a look at Digging into WordPress.

3. The book provides plenty of example codes, but they are meant to be examples, not snippets. I wouldn't recommend the book to someone who are looking for a quick tutorial/cookbook on WP theme development. Finding snippets will still require lots of Googling (or days of wrestling with the code yourself).

4. Any developers would know that finding an organized tutorial on WP development is difficult. Yes, there are more than plenty of free/premium sources, but each tutorial covers only limited part of WP development and finding a comprehensive guide is always a challenge. I am very, very happy that this book responds to that concern.

In short, I would recommend this to anyone who is looking to learn the dynamics of WP.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Best available book on WP 24. Mai 2013
Von Al Swanson - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I'm not sure I get it but there are VERY FEW truly great books on WordPress. Sure, if you want to know how to run a blog on wordpress.com or do the five minute install of wordpress on your own server, there are tons of books. Even this one starts with the latter.

But great books, technical books, on WordPress that are really good are few and far between. Yet WP itself is downloaded 50,000 times a DAY and millions - MILLIONS - of sites run on it. So why the heck aren't there more good books? I'm not sure.

With that, let me say I love this book. Now there are some things I could do without. The chapter on custom post types (my most referenced chapter so far) has a LOT of straight-from-the-codex stuff that I could have looked up myself. And the guys don't do a whole lot of explaining. This is a minor complaint. The rest of the book is excellent.

Which brings me to another point - the books that are in the technical realm assume - this one included - that you've somehow mastered the lingo and working of WP itself. Now, don't get me wrong and death-comment me, there are lots of mid-level explanations to be found here. Just sometimes, it seems like I need that in-between book that doesn't exist for WP. That one that takes you from explaining the dashboard and how to establish that first database connection to the point where you're ready to learn how to code template pages.

Right now, I'm sorry to say, I own just about every "real" WP book in print. I've not found that bridge book yet. I'll buy every WP book I can find and read every web page till I get it, but I'd love to see a intermediate book on the level of Professional WordPress.

If you're past the installs, know the difference between wordpress.com and wordpress.org, have dabbled a little in the guts of a theme and know what the functions.php file is for, you will love this book. Simple as that. I know I've qualified every statement I've made and I'm about to do that here but really, there's no other book on the market (none for WP 3.5 anyway) that matches Professional WP for being, well, professional. Here's that qualifier: I'd love to see it double in size. Or perhaps take out the codex pages and reference them then give us the same size book with more meat. I'd love to see the CPT chapter expanded with examples (or more examples) and maybe some more on how things like the css order is derived.

I guess I just want MORE. I love those bible and unleashed books where they combine (what essentially is repeated) documentation with how-to-do-it stuff. Sure, some of that is here but I still would like more.

(I was a programmer of desktop apps, so I know something of coding, though never used php before. I would like a few thousand pages of here's the code, here's what it looks like run through WP. You know what I mean? I want to understand better, from ONE source, how to not only create that CPT, but then make it look like I want. Anyone else?)

Buy it. You'll probably want to buy others as well, but this is your foundation book for advanced WP development. Period.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen The perfect book for when you decide to get serious about WordPress Development 21. Februar 2013
Von B. W. Krogsgard - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Professional WordPress Design and Development has been a great book. I've been doing WordPress Development full time for a couple of years, and I have still learned a good deal from this book.

The authors simultaneously navigate relatively basic best practices for WordPress while dropping in loads of really useful tips for doing more advanced things. Even reading over topics I feel very comfortable with, I've still managed to learn new things, and I'm also confident I can hand this book to any members on my team that aren't as familiar with WordPress and they can get through it without getting lost.

This book is exactly what you'll want as a budding WordPress developer. It teaches best practices and a mix of introductory and advanced content in an easy to read (even entertaining) format that makes it pretty easy to get through. Plus, it's well organized and has a good index so that you can jump back to a topic down the road.

I definitely recommend Professional WordPress Design and Development.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Solid read with lots of tips for beginners and those more skilled 10. November 2013
Von AAdcock - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I've been professionally developing with WordPress for about 16 months. I heard a suggestion (I think on the DradCast) to read development books periodically to get a new perspective and maybe pick up something you missed when you were first learning. This book changed my programming and software design strategies for the better. The book's flow and progression of topics was spot on. As strange as it sounds, I had trouble putting it down. It is a quality read and should be on any WordPress developers bookshelf.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen An excellent resource and reference 29. April 2013
Von curtis - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book is fairly comprehensive and understandable to anyone who has a basic knowledge of WordPress basics and PHP/MySql. It is also safe to say that the more comfortable you are with PHP coding the more useful this book will be to you.

A quick glance at the Table of Contents reveals some interesting choices the authors have made. The discussion of building themes comes late in the book only after a lengthy discussion of plugins, the loop, hooks and custom queries, etc. There is no introduction to, or review of, the WordPress back-end interface nor how to get, load or modify existing plugin or theme. So if you are a beginner looking for these introductions look elsewhere like WordPress 3 for Beginners by Stephanie Leary.

I like the book, I like that the authors do not drag you through an obligatory introduction of WordPress wasting valuable chapters as many other do. This book offer a foundation on how to access the core of WordPress to build custom functionality and themes. The book is conveniently organized and is singularly focused on what's under the WordPress hood. Unfortunately, the book is also pretty much void of step by step tutorials and recipes.

Having now read nearly the entire book, I find myself wondering how to apply all this information. The information is a lot to take in without sufficient background. This book would be much more useful to me personally if it built upon concrete examples or dedicated at least 1 chapter to a tutorial that pulled it all together.
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