The Drupal 7 Zero to Hero Bundle packages all four of our Drupal 7 classes together at a special reduced price. The bundle includes:
Building Websites with Drupal 7 (6 weeks)
In this course, you will learn everything you need to know to build and maintain your own Drupal website, from simple blogs to more complex database applications. (with no programming necessary!) During the course, you will build your own complete Drupal site, with custom content types, dynamic pages and forms, and e-commerce integration. Read the course description for full details.
PHP Bootcamp for Drupal (2 weeks)
Learn the PHP and basic programming skills necessary for Drupal module and theme development. Read the course description for full details.
Drupal 7 Module Development (6 weeks)
In this course, you will learn to build your own custom modules for Drupal. Covering the Drupal 7 core API and the Views module API, you'll discover the most commonly-used Drupal hooks and functions and find out how to use Drupal's documentation to learn about the rest. You'll develop several modules step-by-step, while following best practices to ensure maintainability and interoperability with other modules. This course covers the Drupal hook system, the database API, the form API, Views module API, security and performance best practices. Read the course description for full details.
Drupal 7 Theme Development (6 weeks)
In this course, you will learn to build your own custom themes for Drupal. The class covers Drupal 7 core theming, Views theming, responsive design with the Omega base theme, and using the Display Suite module. During this course, you'll develop themes step-by-step, while following best practices to ensure maintainability and interoperability with Drupal module updates. Read the course description for full details.
Purchasing the Bundle
To purchase the bundle, just choose the class sessions you would like from the box on the right and click Add to Cart. PHP Bootcamp is a pre-requisite for the other classes, so make sure to schedule it first. The Module Development and Theme Development classes are independent, and the order in which you take those doesn't matter.