Popular Web Content Management Books

The following 10 Web Content Management books are the current best-sellers. If you are looking for books about Web Content Management, then these books will certainly help! If you know more books about Web Content Management which are missing from the list below, please let us know!

Popular Web Content Management Books

  • Working with Static Sites: Bringing the Power of Simplicity to Modern Sites
    Working with Static Sites: Bringing the Power of Simplicity to Modern Sites

    Just like vinyl LPs, static sites are making a comeback, evidenced by the wide array of static-site generators now available. Web and frontend designers and developers will also explore methods for adding dynamic elements and for migrating an existing CMS to a static site. Build a basic four-page static site with the Harp generator Create a simple blog with Jekyll Develop a documentation site with Hugo by generating site files and creating the layout Add dynamic elements, such as forms, comments, and search Integrate a CMS with tools such as CloudCannon and Netlify CMS Use one of several options to deploy your static files Learn methods for moving an existing CMS to a static site.

  • WordPress: The Missing Manual
    WordPress: The Missing Manual

    The important stuff you need to know: Create your site. Add features. Build a truly unique site.

  • Lightweight Django: Using REST, WebSockets, and Backbone
    Lightweight Django: Using REST, WebSockets, and Backbone

    How can you take advantage of the Django framework to integrate complex client-side interactions and real-time features into your web applications. Learn a lightweight approach for starting a new Django project Break reusable applications into smaller services that communicate with one another Create a static, rapid prototyping site as a scaffold for websites and applications Build a REST API with django-rest-framework Learn how to use Django with the Backbone. js MVC framework Create a single-page web application on top of your REST API Integrate real-time features with WebSockets and the Tornado networking library Use the book’s code-driven examples in your own projects.

  • Refactoring JavaScript: Turning Bad Code Into Good Code
    Refactoring JavaScript: Turning Bad Code Into Good Code

    Learn repeatable, memorable, and time-saving refactoring techniques. Apply these techniques as you work, fixing things along the way. Bad code doesn’t have to stay that way.

  • Digital and Marketing Asset Management: The Real Story About DAM Technology
    Digital and Marketing Asset Management: The Real Story About DAM Technology

    The digital world is transitioning from text to media: photos, audio files, video clips, animations, games, and more. Enterprises of all kinds struggle with how to manage those media assets. Digital professionals who want to master the life cycles behind creating, storing, and reusing media need the inside scoop on how digital and media asset management technology really works.

  • Creating a Website: The Missing Manual
    Creating a Website: The Missing Manual

    Find a reliable web host and pick a good web address. Use time-saving tools. Build a community.

  • Programmer’s Guide to Drupal: Principles, Practices, and Pitfalls
    Programmer's Guide to Drupal: Principles, Practices, and Pitfalls

    Updated to cover both Drupal 7 and Drupal 8, the guidelines in this book demonstrate which programming practices conform to the “Drupal way” and which don’t. The book also serves as an excellent guide for Drupal 7 programmers looking to make the transition to Drupal 8. Get an overview of Drupal, including Drupal core and add-on modules and themes Learn Drupal’s basic programming principles, such as the ability to customize behavior and output with hooks Compare Drupal 7 and Drupal 8 programming methods, APIs, and concepts Discover common Drupal programming mistakes—and why hacking is one of them Explore specific areas where you can put your programming skills to work Learn about the new object-oriented Drupal 8 API, including plugins and services.

  • Web Content Management: Systems, Features, and Best Practices
    Web Content Management: Systems, Features, and Best Practices

    Looking to select a web content management system (CMS), but confused about the promises, terminology, and buzzwords. Author Deane Barker, a CMS consultant with almost two decades of experience, helps you explore many different systems, technologies, and platforms. Learn what content is, how to compare different systems, and what the roles of a CMS team are Understand how a modern CMS models and aggregates content, coordinates workflow, and manages assets Explore the scope and structure of a CMS implementation project Learn the process and best practices for successfully running your CMS implementation Examine the practice of migrating web content, and learn how to work with an external CMS integrator.

  • Mastering Drupal 8 Views
    Mastering Drupal 8 Views

    While the book is written for Drupal 8, the similarities between Views in Drupal 7 and 8 make this a useful reference for Drupal 7 site builders also. While he installed Drupal 5, his first production site was Drupal 6. Table of Contents Up and Running with Views Views from Scratch Sorting and Filtering Contextual Filters Relationships Add-on Modules Field Rewrites Customizing Views Advanced View Settings Theming Views Content Types for a Sample Site.

  • WordPress Web Application Development – Second Edition
    WordPress Web Application Development - Second Edition

    Build rapid web applications with cutting-edge technologies using WordPress About This Book Develop rapid web applications using the core features of WordPress Explore various workaround techniques to prevent maintenance nightmares by identifying the limitations of WordPress A practical guide filled with real-world scenarios that will guide you through how to build modular and scalar applications Who This Book Is For This book is intended for WordPress developers and designers who want to develop quality web applications within a limited time frame and for maximum profit. This book will consistently emphasize adapting WordPress features into web applications. After reading this book, you will have the ability to develop powerful web applications rapidly within limited time frames.

You may also like...