Authors: Ingo Schommer, Steven Broschart, ISBN: 978-0470681831
Buy on http://www.amazon.com/SilverStripe-Complete-Guide-CMS-Development/dp/0470681837/ http://www.amazon.co.uk/SilverStripe-Complete-Guide-CMS-Development/dp/0470681837/, http://wiley.com/go/silverstripe, http://www.fishpond.co.nz/Books/Computers/Internet/General/product_info/14797858/?ref=1737.
Each subfolder in this repository is its own SilverStripe project. The projects are related to book chapters, and roughly build upon each other (meaning
5_development/ contains all code from
4_first_steps/: See Chapter 4, "First Steps". Standard cms installation with sample data and the "userforms" and "blog" modules.
5_development/: See Chapter 5, "Development". Start of the job portal code in
6_crm/: See Chapter 6, "CRM". Continued codebase of
5_development/, with "multiform" module and ModelAdmin implementations.
11_recipes/: See Chapter 11, "Recipes". Contains all recipes apart from Section 11.9.
11_recipes_flash/: See Chapter 11, "Recipes", Section 11.9, "A fully Flash-based website" Contains Flash sourcefiles and PHP XML code generation necessary for flash-based recipe.
12_extending/: See Chapter 12, "Extending". Contains decorators and unit tests, as well as the code from
6_crm/packaged up as a module in the
README.txt in subfolders for installation instructions.
- SilverStripe 2.3.0 (not tested with any newer versions)
- PHP 5.2 (SilverStripe 2.3.0 doesn't work with 5.3 yet)
Each subfolder in this repository is effectively a SilverStripe webroot. To install, simply copy
mysite/_config.php and adjust the database settings.
IMPORTANT: Do NOT use the SilverStripe installer (
install.php), as this will override your
_config.php, removing any important preferences that might have been pre-set in there.
We're hoping to keep these examples "alive" beyond the lifespan of the book. This mainly means keeping the examples working with new SilverStripe releases, through testing and compatibility fixes. Extensions/customizations to the examples are best kept in forks of this repository, as we strive to keep the book content matching the actual code.
No, they have been significantly updated and changed - the German book and code examples were tested on an early SilverStripe 2.3 beta version.
Dependencies are managed with http://piston.rubyforge.org, a small ruby script that copies files from a target repository, in our case
svn.silverstripe.com. It also creates a small file called
piston.yml in each checked-out folder, which contains the revision it was last updates, as well as the subversion tree (and version number). For example, the version of blog module used for chapter 6 is in
Please use the usual http://open.silverstripe.org.