Magento Book Reviews
When it comes to developing websites a lot of people find books (yes proper paper-based, hold-in-your-hands books) the easiest resource to follow. There’s something about the methodical process of turning pages that aids us when it comes to piecing together complex lines of code.
Over the coming weeks myself (Rob) and Adam here at e-commerce web design will be reviewing a number of Magento Books and Guides that we have found to be particularly useful in our own e-commerce efforts. We’ll be sharing our thoughts and opinions about each product right here on our magento blog and will endeavor to come up with a short list of books that will be useful from those starting out for the first time in e-commerce website design and also for those wishing to engage in more advanced developments such as modules and theme creations.
This is also a call for anyone out there who has read a magento book to review it themselves or if you know of a magento book that you are considering buying just let us know and we will try to get hold of a copy and give it a good once over. Simply let us know and we will be glad to give you all an honest opinion about them.