Drupal Rules How-to – Discover the Power of the Rules Framework to Turn your Drupal 7 Installation into An Action-based, Interactive Application By Varkonyi, Robert – 2012
This simple little book is only 50 pages, mostly graphics. If you run a Drupal site you might want to read it.
Migrating to Drupal 7 – Learn How to Quickly and Efficiently Migrate Content into Drupal 7 from A Variety of Sources Including Drupal 6 Using Automated Migration and Import Processes By James, Trevor – 2012
If you are setting up a Drupal CMS then this book will help. But ‘migrating’ might be misleading. The book assumes you have the content for your site in CSV format, and shows you how to import to Drupal.
Programmer’s Guide to Drupal By Hodgdon, Jennifer, O’Reilly, 2013
This slim book will help you in coding and debugging.
Teach Yourself Visually WordPress, Janet Majure, – 2012
Drupal for Dummies, Lynn Beighley, 2011
Rapid Application Development with Cakephp, Jamie Munro, – 2011
PHP programmers will want to read this practical little book, which seems to have been self-published. 150 pages.
WordPress 3 Complete, April Silver, – 2011
A book for bloggers and webmasters. The book will also interest plugin developers. 300 pages.
The WordPress Anthology, Mick Olinik & Raena Armitage, 2011
Programmers will like this book. Topics include:
- installing, customizing and getting the most out of the web’s most versatile content management system
- the inner mechanics of WordPress
- plugins, themes and APIs to add extra functionality
- Multisite capabilities to host and manage your own centralized network of WordPress websites
- localization techniques and marketing tips
Inside Microsoft SharePoint 2010, Ted Pattison, (- 2011)
SharePoint 2010 User’s Guide Learning Microsoft’s Business Collaboration Platform, Seth Bates, (- 2010)