Joomla 3 Explained (Joomla Press)
Joomla 3 Explained (Joomla Press)
Tuesday, 12 August 2014

Millions of websites rely on Joomla!–from personal sites to those of huge organizations like General Electric, Porsche, and the United Nations. Using Joomla! 3, you too can create websites that are mobile-ready, responsive, flexible, powerful, and secure–even if you’re an absolute beginner and Stephen Burge teaches you everything you need to know.


Author: Stephen Burge
Publisher: Joomla Press
Date: July 28, 2014
Pages: 448
ISBN: 978-0321943224

See Ian Elliot's review of the earlier edition of Joomla! Explained. Awarding the title a rating of 4, Ian concludes:

If you are planning to build a Joomla! web site and don't want to dig into the internals of how it all works then this book is a very good place to start as it will attempt to get the bigger picture of how Joomla! operates into your head.


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Access 2013: The Missing Manual

Author: Matthew MacDonald
Publisher: O'Reilly
Pages: 866
ISBN: 978-1449357412
Aimed at: Novice users of Access
Rating: 3.5
Reviewed by: Kay Ewbank

Since our previous review of  this book, there’s been a whole new version of Access, though you wouldn’t really know from the feature list.

Becoming Functional

Author: Joshua Backfield
Publisher: O'Reilly
Pages: 152
ISBN: 978-1449368173
Print: 1449368174
Kindle: B00LH4H8TE
Audience: Developers interested in the functional approach
Rating: 3
Reviewer: Alex Armstrong 

Do you want to be non-functional? Of course not!

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