Best Web Development Books

Top Picks

Jon Duckett’s HTML and CSS

The book presents coding in a visually appealing way so everyone can understand it. Graphics are excellent, and all features, examples, and code are clearly explained with color coding.

A beginner’s guide to HTML, CSS, Javascript, and Web Graphics

The book include plenty of exercises that let you test and play with code, which will help you understand your ideas better. HTML, CSS, Javascript, web graphics, etc., will be covered.

Marijn Haverbake’s Eloquent Javascript

It covers all aspect of Javascript, beginning with variables, control structures, functions, and data structures. Exercises and microtasks are included to help you test your knowledge.

Kyle Simpson’s You Don’t Know JS

The book is a collection of six short books, each of which covers a distinct subject in JavaScript. It's great for complete newbies, since Kyle Simpson explains everything clearly.

Fullstack Vue

Along with teaching best practices for JavaScript frameworks, it helps you master entire Vue framework. Learn to create a persistent shopping cart, a calendar application, and more.

Don’t Make Me Think by Steve Krug

This book is an excellent introduction to the world of designing websites that people enjoy using. It covers the fundamentals of how visitors to your website behave and what causes them frustration.

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