There several goods books on amazon. But you may want to consider taking a course here on sitepoint, udemy, etc. Where you can write some code and solve some problems. Also find some good reference sources.
Hi @fharbery_u278f, may I ask why or if this is still a requirement? As far as programming is concerned, online publications do have a number of advantages:
- If there is a typo or other error in the code, this can be very frustrating as it may not work as expected (or at all) then. An online publication will get “patched” as soon as anyone writes an email to the author, while the code in a physical book is set to stone (or paper, actually)
- You’ll often get interactive exercises and playgrounds with some immediate feedback
- There will be a lot of links to external resources; obviously, these can be rather tedious to follow when you have to type them from the book. With online publications OTOH, it’s just one click away
Just something you might take into consideration.
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