Zope: Web Application Development and Content Management

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To the end user a Zope website appears to be powered by just another web server, as it undoubtedly should. However, web developers need to be aware of some basic principles in order to take the best advantage of Zope's special abilities. They also need to be able to develop applications that are effective in gaining intimate familiarity and subtle details of coding practices unique to Zope.

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Overview

To the end user a Zope website appears to be powered by just another web server, as it undoubtedly should. However, web developers need to be aware of some basic principles in order to take the best advantage of Zope's special abilities. They also need to be able to develop applications that are effective in gaining intimate familiarity and subtle details of coding practices unique to Zope.

In Zope: Web Application Development and Content Management, emphasis is placed on effectively using Zope at the earliest possible point and then quickly learning to use Zope itself as a powerful toolkit to continue developing the website. Detailed explanations are included to assure that the reader can readily understand the critical role of objects as the building blocks to Zope.

In the final chapters special attention is paid to vital concerns of a sophisticated production environment. Zope is a full-featured environment, quite capable of supporting genuine state of the art commercial websites, but not without diligent application of competent knowledge. The needs of mission critical users are covered in detail.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780735711105
  • Publisher: Pearson Education
  • Publication date: 12/12/2001
  • Pages: 454
  • Product dimensions: 7.07 (w) x 9.01 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Table of Contents

I What Makes Zope Different
1 The Object of the Web - Optimizing Web Development 3
2 Point and Click Web Building 17
II Leveraging Zope Components
3 Web Event Publishing 39
4 Zope Discussion Tools 73
5 Web Mail 111
6 News, Polls, and Webb Tools 139
III Site and Content Management
7 Delegation, Databases, and Users 175
8 Getting Content Under Control 191
9 Time Management and ZCatalogs 233
10 Survival Gear for Web Masters 251
IV Web Application Development
11 Design for Integration the ZPatterns Way 267
12 Integrating Applications with ZPatterns 289
13 User Management: Interfacing with External Systems 325
14 Multi-Developer Projects: Testing and Version Control 345
V Mission-Critical Web Publishing
15 Scaling Up 375
16 Backup, Disaster Recovery, and Distributed Processing 399
VI Appendix
Glossary 419
Index 427
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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 16, 2002

    A must read for beginners looking toward Zope Zen.

    First there are lots of code snippets right in the text, which makes it rather easy to follow things when you don't have a Zope box next to you. Sometimes they are a bit too in-depth (like the listing of the SQLLevers in the ZPatterns example) but most time they are selected wisely. I found a lot of different topics explained (from Zope for Newbiews, CMS, lots of 3rd Party Products, System Administration, ZEO) which all bring enough knowledge to you, to start working with them right after reading. (Or after downloading from the online website that comes with the book.) The Chapter (actually there are 3) about ZPatterns is actually the most important to me, because it helped me understanding this complex topic in a couple of days. This book is a big must-read for all people trying to gain 'Zope-Zen'!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 1, 2002

    A good, well written book, marred by a handful of errors

    I was kindly asked to read this book and act as a technical reviewer, and I must say that I am glad I did. The book is well written, and has a number of well thought out examples that for the most part demonstrate clearly some of the most complex issues facing Zope Content Managers and Site Designers.<br><br> Unfortunately, a few of the examples (And it is only a few) on some of the most important issues, most notably acquisition, contain glaring errors that could confuse and mislead new Zope users.<br><br> I say this is unfortunate, because the quality, and pitching of the book, including numerous URLs where more information, or freely downloadable add-on products can be found, is otherwise just about perfect.<br><br> Inspite of the problems I have mentioned, I would recomend that all new Zope users get this book, and work through the examples.

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