[Zope] Best Zope book for Developers?

Stefan H. Holek stefan@epy.co.at
Mon, 02 Jun 2003 21:14:31 +0200

This is more a recommendation of what *not* to read:
I recommend you skip the DTML chapters in all the books. Use PythonScripts 
and PageTemplates from the start. Don't get fooled into thinking that you 
can build a clean site with DTML. ;-)

Try to learn about filesystem-based products as early as possible. Read the 
Zope Delevoper Guide and look at other people's products.

The "mxm Easy product" may be your friend:

You might also want to install DocFinderEverywhere:

Hope this helps,

--On Montag, 02. Juni 2003 14:31 -0400 Jeff Childers 
<jchilders_98@yahoo.com> wrote:

> What's the best commercial Zope book that is designed for intermediate
> Python developers who don't know squat about Zope?  I just committed to
> my first project, and I know I want to do it in Zope, so now I've got to
> put the petal down.

The time has come to start talking about whether the emperor is as well
dressed as we are supposed to think he is.               /Pete McBreen/