There are literally thousands of books available for web designers and developers online. There has been no language, no point of discussion, or no trend that has not, at one time or another, been extensively explored and analysed, and eventually published into a book.
If you do a simple web search on any web topic, you will find a book, if not a multitude of books, that has been competently written on that particular subject. Of course, you will have to pay for these books.
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Ce site regroupe de nombreux supports de cours informatique portant sur divers domaines , réseaux informatique, programmation informatique, programmation web, base de données, conception et analyse, Bureautique, système d'exploitation, architecture des ordinateurs, sécurité informatique et autres domaines d'informatique .
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A lot of ebooks provided by Microsoft Press including: SharePoint, Visual Studio, Windows Phone, Windows 8, Office 365, Office 2010, SQL Server 2012, Azure, and more.
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A couple weeks ago I released mongly.com. The feedback has been great, but I've noticed that a lot of people still have some fundamental questions about MongoDB. Questions like, where does it fit and how do you model your data? I initially thought about writing a couple blog posts, but I felt that a short ebook might be a better format.