Content management, blogging, and online forums are among the most significant online trends today, and Drupal, phpBB, and WordPress are three of the most popular open source applications facilitating these tasks
The authors have played active roles in project development and community support (Mike Little is actually a Wordpress project co-founder)
Drupal, phpBB, and WordPress are based on the PHP language and MySQL database server, ensuring the widest possible audience
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Table of contents (18 chapters)
About this book
Content management, blogs, and online forums are among the most significant online trends today, and Drupal, phpBB, and WordPress are three of the most popular open source applications facilitating these trends.
Drupal is a full content management system that allows you to create any type of website you desire, from an e-commerce to a community-based site. phpBB enables you to set up a bulletin board or forum. And WordPress is the software of choice for the exploding blog community. All three technologies are based on PHP and MySQL.
Building Online Communities with Drupal, phpBB, and Wordpress is authored by a team of experts. Robert T. Douglass created the Drupal-powered blog site NowPublic.com. Mike Little is a founder and contributing developer of the WordPress project. And Jared W. Smith has been a longtime support team member of phpBBHacks.com and has been building sites with phpBB since the first beta releases.
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About the authors
Book Title: Building Online Communities with Drupal, phpBB, and WordPress
Authors: Robert T. Douglass, Mike Little, Jared W. Smith
Publisher: Apress Berkeley, CA
eBook Packages: Professional and Applied Computing, Professional and Applied Computing (R0), Apress Access Books
Copyright Information: Robert T. Douglass and Mike Little and Jared W. Smith 2006
Softcover ISBN: 978-1-59059-562-6Published: 16 December 2005
eBook ISBN: 978-1-4302-0106-9Published: 22 November 2006
Edition Number: 1
Number of Pages: 560
Topics: Web Development, Software Engineering