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The Definitive Guide to Drupal 7 by Károly Négyesi, Claudina Sarahe, Dani Nordin, Ed Carlevale, Benjamin Melançon, Amye Scavarda, Ryan Szrama, Kay VanValkenburgh, Brian Travis, Greg Anderson, Robert Douglass, Roy Scholten, Peter Wolanin, Susan Stewart, Mike Gifford, Forest Mars, Sam Boyer, Florian Lorétan, Allie Micka, Jake Strawn, Stefan Freudenberg, Dmitri Gaskin, Bojhan Somers, Albert Albala, George Cassie, Kasey Qynn Dolin, Jacine Luisi, Dan Hakimzadeh, Robin Monks, Nathaniel Catchpole, Stéphane Corlosquet, Mike Ryan, Michelle Lauer, Greg Stout

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Back-End Development

Chapters 18, 19, and 20 form one unit, originally written as one chapter, covering everything you need to know to get started writing your own modules.

Chapter 21 covers porting a Drupal 6 module to Drupal 7, which can be a great way to learn module development.

Chapter 22 provides another good onramp to writing modules—“glue code,” or site-specific modules, to make the final tweaks you cannot quite achieve with configuration. This chapter can be read without reading any of the previous chapters first.

Chapter 23 covers writing tests for your module, an essential part of reliable and sustainable code.

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