Learning takes different forms, such as audio, visual, audiovisual, and so on. But one of the best ways of learning is by reading books. Why is reading books recommendable? Because it covers all aspects, and you can refer to it back and forth.
Author: Mark Myers
Author: M. Daniel Jones
In this book, you will learn how to make choices of prototypes and strategies on how to program on your own. Even after knowing how to code, this book can be a reference point and solution in different codes. Keep the copy!
Author: John Resig, Bear Bibeault and Josip Maras
You will also learn how to write useful code with objects, functions, and closure. Just like a professional!
Author: Ivelin Demirov
Author: Young Rewired State
Author: Marijn Haverbeke
Author: Jennifer Robbins
Build HTML pages with images, text, links, tables, and forms. Use style sheets (CSS) for backgrounds, colors, formatting layout, page, text, and even simple animation effects.
Author: Robin Nixon
Every reader expects to put everything together and build a fully functional social networking site suitable and accessible by mobile browsers and desktops. It also helps to reformat websites into a mobile web app. It had HTML 5 features, including audio, video, geolocation, and the canvas element.
Author: David Flanagan
Author: Robin Nixon
A web designer will always find this book helpful, explore the latest technologies, and pick up programming practicals, including optimizing websites for mobile devices!
Once you have finished reading this book, you will build a fully functional social networking suitable for both desktop and mobile browsers.
Author: Shelley Powers
Author: Douglas Crockford
Author: MG Martin
What do you think? Six books in 1. This caption should tell you how valuable this book can be. This book will keep the ball rolling for all to learn to program, not minding their skill or experience level.
In this authoritative book, you will get a practical experience of how to code, tools, concepts, and techniques to obtain the necessary skills. So pick a copy now and develop your skills!
Author: Marc Raven
Author: Nathan Clark
You will master the language as the step-by-step methodology of precisely practicing in this book in no distance time. This book offers 69 practical examples with each concept of a topic to enhance maximum comprehension.
This book does not only serve as a reference but a guide to accompany you into the world of programming. Get yourself a copy!
Author: Axel Rauschmayer
Author: Ryan Turner
Author: Jason Strimpel, Maxime Najim
Author: Christopher Pitt
Have you planned to create a game? Is it your childhood or live time declaration to create a game? The time is now!
Author: Alex R. Young, Marc Harter
When you roll out nodes, there are issues that you will face. Node.js in Practice is a collection of thoroughly tested solutions to those issues.
This book will take you deep into essential topics like the ins and outs of event-based programming, how and why to use closures, and many more. Get yourself a copy!
Author: Charlie Masterson