We all know that writing free books can take a lot of time and energy, let's try to give the authors some support and feedback, I believe they will be very grateful, at the same time your will learn more. Enjoy!
1. You Don't Know JS: Up & Going
Tips, tools, and libraries: Survey existing style guides, best practices, advanced techniques, module systems, package managers, build tools, and learning resources.
3. Exploring ES2016 and ES2017
The book is publicly available in HTML format and free forever. Each book chapter is styled similarly to how Pony Foo blog posts — such as the book series launch announcement — are styled, which makes for a fairly enjoyable read as far as HTML books go.
Every book in the series will be distributed in this way.
It took me a bit of time but I've managed to get the git repository to trigger builds on the O'Reilly build server. The build server then pings back to ponyfoo.com, letting the site know when a build is ready. Lastly, Pony Foo finally downloads the updated HTML files for the web version. Luckily I developed the code in such a way that I will be able to share HTML versions of other books in the series effortlessly.
- Build modern web apps with the capabilities of desktop applications
- Learn best practices for code organization, modularity, and reuse
- Separate your application into different layers of responsibility
- Build efficient, self-describing hypermedia APIs with Node.js
- Test, integrate, and deploy software updates in rapid cycles
- Control resource access with user authentication and authorization
- Expand your application’s reach through internationalization