Best of all, in each chapter Matt provides a hands-on project worth doing for it’s own sake as well as for the added learning. Trying it out, I modified the rotating sticky node teasers project in Chapter 3 to complete something I’ve been wanting to do here on my blog for some time: make my Flickr-stream header images rotate dynamically. Read more about exactly how I did it. If I can do something like this in just a few minutes, that tells you a lot about the power and simplicity of Drupal and jQuery together, and Matt’s ability to make it all understandable.
FYI: I drafted this entire review sitting on an Oregon coast beach using the Evernote iPhone app. Pretty nice working conditions ;)
Thanks for the very kind review! I’m seriously jealous, though, of your working environment. Writing on the beach? Sounds rough. (I didn’t know that Evernote had an iPhone app. I might have to look into that.)
I posted a link to this review from my site:
Great resource, thanks for posting about this. I’ll be sure to look into getting this one (when I get paid next). I’m also very jealous of your working conditions!!