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  • How To Code in React.js (Joe Morgan)

    This book is an introduction to React that works from the foundations upward. Each chapter takes you a little deeper into the React ecosystem, building on your previous knowledge. Every chapter is self contained, so you can jump between them.

  • The Angular Mini-Book (Matt Raible)

    This book is aimed specifically at web or Java developers who want a rapid introduction to Angular, Bootstrap, and Spring Boot. It is also a guide to getting started with Angular. You'll learn how to develop a bare-bones application, test it, and deploy it.

  • Developing with Angular (Denys Vuika)

    This book gives you a broad practical overview of the Angular framework and related modern web technologies. It provides the guidance for the process of web component development that includes Angular and Angular CLI, TypeScript and ES6, applications bundling with Webpack, and other essentials.

  • Vue.js Succinctly (Ed Freitas)

    Explore the fundamentals of Vue.js, a top open-source JavaScript framework, and harness its powerful features to build UIs and single-page applications. This book arms you with practical solutions to common tasks when building an application using Vue.

  • The Vue Handbook: a thorough introduction to Vue.js

    This book arms you with practical solutions to common tasks when building an application using Vue.js, by exploring the fundamentals of Vue.js: its reactivity system, data-binding syntax, and component-based architecture through practical examples.

  • React.js for the Visual Learner (Mike Mangialardi)

    This book teaches an absolute beginner the absolute basics of React.js through design principles, visual-friendly examples, and super practical teaching methodologies. If you want to learn React.js without the fatigue and frustration, this book is for you.

  • Hacking with React (Paul Hudson)

    In short, this book is the fastest way to get up to speed with React development, and is guaranteed to jump start your learning. Even better, your purchase includes any future updates free of charge!

  • Full-Stack React Projects: React, Node, Express, and MongoDB

    This book guides you through preparing the development environment for MERN stack-based web development, to creating a basic skeleton application and extending it to build four different web applications.

  • React Enlightenment (Cody Lindley)

    If you want to learn how to build efficient user interfaces with React, this is your book. it show you how to create UIs with this small JavaScript library that can deftly display data changes on large-scale, data-driven websites without page reloads.

  • The Road to learn React (Robin Wieruch)

    This book teaches you the fundamentals of React. You will build a real world application along the way in plain React without complicated tooling. Everything from project setup to deployment on a server will be explained.

  • React In-depth (DevelopmentARC)

    The goal of this book is to document our process, share our research and try to organize our experiences into a single living document. Too be honest, this is a pretty lofty goal. We may not achieve this goal, but hopefully we can get some helpful thoughts down.

  • Programming React Native (Dotan Nahum)

    This is a book that aims to teach you cross platform mobile app development for both iOS and Anrdoid using React Native framework. It starts by covering the common techniques for customization and helps you set up your development platforms.

  • How To Code in Node.js (David Landup, et al)

    Learn the basics of how to code in Node.js, gaining skills that apply equally to back-end and full stack development in the process, leverage Node's asynchronous code execution capabilities, complete with event emitters and listeners that will respond to user actions.

  • From Containers to Kubernetes with Node.js (Katherine Juell)

    This book is designed to introduce you to using containers and Kubernetes for full-stack development. You'll learn how to develop a full-stack application using Node.js and MongoDB and how to manage them.

  • O'Reilly® What Is Node? JavaScript Breaks Out of the Browser

    This short book introduces you to Node.js, the new web development framework written in JavaScript. In fact, why in the world would anyone want to run JavaScript outside of a browser, let alone the server?

  • Learning Node.js (Stack Overflow Contributors)

    This book teaches you to build web servers using JavaScript and Node.js. If you're comfortable working with JavaScript, this book provides programming and deployment examples to help you take advantage of server-side development with Node.

  • The Node.js Handbook (Flavio Copes)

    This book is a practical, project-based book that provides you with all you need to get started as a Node.js developer. It cuts through the mass of information available around Node and delivers the essential skills that you need to become a Node developer.

  • Express.js Guide: The Comprehensive Book on Express.js

    This book is the in-depth, detailed, hand-on manual on Express.js, a web application framework for the most popular Node.js framework. Understand the concepts, learn the best practices. Become an Express.js expert today.

  • The Node Beginner Book: A Comprehensive Node.js Tutorial

    The aim of this book is to get you started with developing applications for Node.js, teaching you everything you need to know about advanced JavaScript along the way. Implement practical solutions for scaling, securing, and testing your Node.js web apps effectively

  • Node.js Succinctly (Agus Kurniawan)

    This informative e-book will take you from Hello World to if-then decisions, all the way to real-time data monitoring. You'll learn how to use Node.js to build modules, declare JSON data objects, and create entire web-based applications.

  • AngularJs vs EmberJs (Brendan Graetz)

    So you want to start building a single-page application. Which framework should you use to help build it? This series of articles takes a look at two of the most popular ones: AngularJs and Ember.js

  • Practical Angular (Ahmed Bouchefra)

    This book will walk you through building several apps with Angular while learning new concepts and practices along the way. This book is beginners friendly and doesn't assume any prior experience with Angular. You'll learn Angular from scratch.

  • Learning AngularJS (Stack Overflow Contributors)

    This practical guide provides a hands-on approach to learning AngularJS that will have you building high-quality applications and websites in no time, you'll also gain direct experience with AngularJS by building a sample application throughout the book.

  • Angular 2 Succinctly (Joseph D. Booth)

    This book will guide you through setting up a development environment, interacting with the Angular CLI, building Hello World, and more. By the end, you’ll know how to set up templates, compose components from those templates, and tie them all together.

  • Angular Succinctly (Joseph D. Booth)

    Angular is a massively popular JavaScript framework of component development in web apps. This book guides you through setting up a development environment, interacting with the Angular CLI, building Hello World, and more with the latest release, Angular 7.

  • AngularJS Fundamentals In 60-ish Minutes (Dan Wahlin)

    You'll learn how to get started with the AngularJS framework and some of the key features it provides that simplify Single-Page Application (SPA) development. You'll see how to use directives, filters and data binding techniques to capture and display data.

  • AngularDart Succinctly (Joseph D. Booth)

    AngularDart is an open-source, web app framework created by Google that combines the power of Angular with the Dart programming language, focusing on productivity, performance, and stability. Google has used it to build and run many web apps.

  • Your First Meteor Application: A Complete Beginner's Guide

    This book is about the Meteor JavaScript framework that helps beginning web developers build their first real-time web application with Meteor in a matter of hours. Included are practical examples, real-world code samples, and helpful exercises.

  • Ionic 4 Succinctly (Ed Freitas)

    This book targets JavaScript developers. It will focus on progressive web apps and show you how you can use Ionic 4 to build one, using Vue as the JavaScript framework. No previous knowledge of Ionic is necessary.

  • D3 Tips and Tricks v4.x (Malcolm Maclean)

    Tips and tricks for using D3.js (version 4), one of the leading data visualization tools for the web. It's aimed at getting you started and moving you forward.

  • AngularJS with Ruby on Rails (David Copeland)

    Seize the power of the application stack through AngularJS, Bootstrap, and PostgreSQL, see how these technologies can work together inside a Ruby on Rails app to deliver well-performing applications that offer great user experiences.

  • SurviveJS - React: an Introduction (Juho Vepsalainen)

    In this book you will build a little Kanban application to get familiar with Facebook's React, which simplifies frontend development greatly. After completing the process you have a good starting point for developing your own.

  • React.js Succinctly (Samer Buna)

    This book introduces the novel approach to building user interfaces that React provides, and walks readers through the basics of declarative user interfaces, React components, working with user input, and more.

  • SurviveJS - Webpack: From Apprentice to Master

    Facebook's React powers an increasing amount of sites. Combined with Webpack, a bundling tool, you have a powerful frontend development environment in your hands. In this book you will build a little Kanban application to get familiar with them.

  • Building Front-End Apps with AngularJS and (Bo Li)

    This tutorial book shows how to build JavaScript front-end web applications with AngularJS and the cloud storage service By learning from the examples, you can quickly improve your understanding of basic concepts and techniques.

  • Ember.js Guides: The Guide for Building Ambitious Web Applications

    Tutorials that introduce the Ember.js framework and shows you how to build production-quality web applications. You'll begin with the basic architecture: client- and server-side MVC, integrating Ember.js with your favorite back end, handling data, etc.

  • Recipes with Angular.js (Frederik Dietz)

    If you are using Angular.js, or considering it, this cookbook provides easy to follow recipes for issues you are likely to face. Each recipe solves a specific problem and provides a solution and in-depth discussion of it.

  • Leaflet.js Succinctly (Mark Lewin)

    This introduction to Leaflet.js will teach key concepts of the software and critical techniques in order to help you develop web-ready interactive maps. It is the first step on the road to producing the best interactive maps you possibly can.

  • Google Maps API Succinctly (Mark Lewin)

    It gives you a hands-on, beginner-level introduction to developing mapping applications using the Google Maps JavaScript API. Learn the ins and outs of the API so that you can harness the power of Google Maps within your own websites and applications.

  • Bing Maps V8 Succinctly (James McCaffrey)

    This book takes readers through utilizing Bing Maps API V8 JavaScript library, from creating the simplest application that uses it, to mastering more advanced functions like creating color-gradient legends and custom-styled Infobox objects.

  • AngularJS Succinctly (Frederik Dietz)

    This book teaches how to design, and create reusable components in your single-page web application using Angular.js. It outlines common tasks and challenges for developers using Angular.js.

  • Developing Backbone.js Applications (Addy Osmani)

    This book provides all the information to create structured JavaScript applications using Backbone.js and its unique flavor of the MVC architecture. Backbone.js is known for being lightweight, as its only dependency is on one JavaScript library, Underscore.js.

  • Developing Single Page Web Apps with Backbone.js (Prateek Dayal)

    This book wants to show you how to build real world applications using Backbone.js. Unlike many books on backbone.js, this one is based on (and talks of) a real world application used by hundreds of companies and thousands of people.

  • Backbone Tutorials (Thomas Davis)

    This book aims to get developers up to speed with single page web application development using Backbone.js as a foundation. Backbone.js is known for being lightweight, as its only dependency is on one JavaScript library, Underscore.js.

  • Twitter Bootstrap 4 Succinctly (Peter Shaw)

    TIn this book, you'll learn the essentials of what has changed in the five years since the last version of the framework was released, and how to immediately put it to good use. Learn all about grids, tables, buttons, forms, cards, and many more tools that make designing a UI easier than ever before.

  • Bootstrap Programming Cookbook (Fabio Cimo)

    This book's straightforward, step-by-step approach shows you how to install Bootstrap and quickly build basic sites; extend them with styles, components, and JavaScript plug-ins, and even create sophisticated designs with advanced features.

  • Twitter Bootstrap 3 Succinctly (Peter Shaw)

    This book builds on Twitter Bootstrap Succinctly to provide up-to-date information on the latest version of the software. Developers will transition smoothly into the newest version of Twitter Bootstrap, which boasts an emphasis on mobile development.

  • Twitter Bootstrap Succinctly: Design Attractive, Consistent UIs

    You'll learn how to add Twitter Bootstrap to an existing project, and use it to customize attractive buttons, tabs, breadcrumbs, dropdowns, and more. There are even chapters dedicated to optional JavaScript and extensions of Twitter Bootstrap.

  • O'Reilly® Interactive Data Visualization for the Web

    This book introduces the D3.js JavaScript library that lets you express data as visual elements in a web page.

  • D3 Tips and Tricks: Interactive Data Visualization in Web Browsers

    This book is written to help those who may be unfamiliar with JavaScript or web page creation get started turning information into visualization using D3.js.

  • Leaflet Tips and Tricks: Interactive Maps with leaflet.js

    This book will help you learn how to create maps with the Leaflet JavaScript library ( leaflet.js) through a series of step-by-step recipes to achieve great dynamic and interactive slippy maps..

  • O'Reilly® Node: Up and Running - Scalable Server-Side Code

    This book introduces you to Node.js, the new web development framework written in JavaScript.

  • Gulp Succinctly (Kris van der Mast)

    Gulp is an easy-to learn, easy-to-use JavaScript task runner that has become an industry standard. This book offers an entry to Gulp for experienced developers. With practical examples and clear descriptions, making it the perfect entry point.

  • Knockout.js Succinctly (Ryan Hodson)

    This book is intended for professional web developers who need to build dynamic, scalable user interfaces with minimal code using Knockout.js.

  • O'Reilly® Dojo: The Definitive Guide (Matthew A. Russell)

    This book gives you the most thorough overview of this toolkit available, and demonstrates how to tame Dojo's extensive library of utilities so that you can build rich and responsive web applications like never before.

  • jQuery Fundamentals (Rebecca Murphey)

    You'll discover how the jQuery library separates itself from other JavaScript libraries through its ease of use, compactness, and friendliness.

  • jQuery Succinctly (Cody Lindley)

    This book teaches web developers how to use jQuery. The book is targeted at somewhat experienced developers, who already know HTML, DOM, and JavaScript.

  • Building A JavaScript Framework (Alex Young)

    This book is a guide to building a JavaScript framework. It'll teach you how to build a framework and draw on real-world code from projects like jQuery. Along the way we'll explore some fundamental parts of modern JavaScript.

  • Vue.js Design Patterns and Best Practices (Paul Halliday)

    This book starts off by comparing Vue.js with other frameworks and setting up the development environment for your application, moves on to writing and styling clean, maintainable, and reusable components that can be used across your application.

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