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No.21411

Greetings fellow lainans. My apologies to the mods if this is the wrong board to ask this question or the wrong place to hold this discussion.

I am searching for reputable books on teaching the subject of Web Development. Can anybody recommend/share any books that go into depth on web development and maintaining websites?

Thank you all in advance.

  No.21413

File: 1484434915226-0.png (11.05 MB, 200x200, [Adam_Freeman_(auth.)]_Pro_AngularJS(BookZZ.org).pdf)

File: 1484434915226-1.png (4.47 MB, 200x200, [Chandermani]_AngularJS_by_Example(Book4You).pdf)

File: 1484434915226-2.png (2.14 MB, 200x200, [Colin_J._Ihrig,_Adam_Bretz]_Full_Stack_JavaScript(Book4You).pdf)


  No.21414

>>21411

I am most thankful for you sharing this with me.

  No.21415

"Web development" is far too broad a subject, you should try to be more specific about what is it that you want.

  No.21416

>>21415
Specifically, I want to build great looking websites and build web apps.

Being new to it, I do not know how to be specific yet. Right now, I only know how to broadly begin researching it.

  No.21417

>>21416
There are many ways you can "build great looking websites". You should have used the beginner's thread or posted this in another book thread.

Try Freecodecamp, kirupa.com, and odin project.

  No.21419

>>21417
I believe >>21413 has provided me with exactly what I need for now.

I've never heard of Freedomcamp, Kirupa, or Odin before. I will certainly be checking these out as well.