Publisher: Apress, 2004, 568 pages
Keywords: Content Management
Plone is one of the most successful open-source content management systems so far; its features are broad and powerful, as you'll see in this book. I wrote The Definitive Guide to Plone so that you can use the power of Plone to develop great-looking Web applications quickly and easily.
In this book I cover everything you'll need to know about Plone, with lots of examples from my own experience. I show you how you can fully customize Plone's features and create your own powerful Web applications. After getting you started with Plone's installation and basic functionality, I then dive under the hood of Plone and show you all these great features:
This book assumes you know HTML, CSS, and the Web. For some of the more advanced Plone features, you'll also find knowledge of Python helpful.
Plone is one of the fastest-growing open-source content management systems available, and it's also one of the best looking. I've found that even the most mundane application is more successful if it looks good. Therefore, this book shows you how to produce applications quickly and simply, and it also ensures that they look good.
An excellent complement to Meloni's book. Of course, it will grow old, by the release of new versions of Plone, but it is excellently written and gives all necessary detail to use and begin to develop in Plone.