Drupal Module Programming Training Course in London

Course Price: £690
Course Type: Classroom Based, instructor-led and Hands-on
Location: Kings Cross, London

When is this course running

Course is not currently running, contact us for more information about this course.

Drupal Module Programming Course overview

Enroll on our Drupal Module Programming short-course to gain insight into the various techniques and tools behind the Drupal programming software.

During the course, delegates will gain a solid understanding of the concepts behind Drupal as they become familiar with the technical terms behind the program. The hands-on short course will enable delegates to spend one-to-one time with experienced tutors who have worked in the industry.

Our Drupal Module Programming part-time course is very flexible as it runs not only in the evenings but also on the weekends for those with busy schedules.

Located in Kings Cross London, our training course is classroom based, hands-on and instructor led therefore giving delegates great quality training.

 

Prerequisites for our Drupal Module Programming course

  • You should have a good understanding of Drupal, CCK, views and modules etc. You can learn how to use Drupal in our beginners Drupal course and Advanced Drupal course.
  • You should have practical experience of HTML, CSS and PHP. You can learn HTML and CSS in Training Dragon's web design course and PHP in our PHP training.
  • It is not necessary to have knowledge of any HTML5 and jQuery before you start this Drupal course but If you have some knowledge of HTML5 and jQuery then it will make learning this course even easier. Training Dragon provide HTML5 training and jQuery courses.

What will I learn?

  • Drupal Core Architecture
  • Creating a Bespoke Drupal Module
  • Hooks
  • Drupal Core Database Abstraction Layer
  • Forms
  • Caches
  • Best Development practice
RT @Dries: A framework for progressively decoupled Drupal: Introducing the SPALP module https://t.co/I63oiWAsIe
First #alpha version released for #drupal8 #module calltracking (8.x-1.0-alpha1). More info: https://t.co/SbaZfoVuSv
RT @Dries: A framework for progressively decoupled Drupal: Introducing the SPALP module https://t.co/I63oiWAsIe
RT @Dries: A framework for progressively decoupled Drupal: Introducing the SPALP module https://t.co/I63oiWAsIe
RT @Dries: A framework for progressively decoupled Drupal: Introducing the SPALP module https://t.co/I63oiWAsIe
RT @BAIDigital: Red Route: A framework for progressively decoupled Drupal: Introducing the SPALP module https://t.co/WdNuENv5Bv
RT @Dries: A framework for progressively decoupled Drupal: Introducing the SPALP module https://t.co/I63oiWAsIe
RT @Dries: A framework for progressively decoupled Drupal: Introducing the SPALP module https://t.co/I63oiWAsIe
There's now a #drupal8 dev branch available for #module term_revision (8.x-1.x-dev). Get involved: https://t.co/auWAGfxFgY
A framework for progressively decoupled Drupal: Introducing the SPALP module https://t.co/OFVBhSoTrB
Stephanie Warner Bros
It was challenging at a good level, we worked through real life scenarios and didn't just improve something but really enhanced it.
Robert United Nations
Very well presented course. There is a lot to learn, and there were some good handouts to practice from home.