JavaScript & jQuery

A beautiful and simple instructional book.

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Geoffrey WegHunter@geoffreyweg · Betaworks, TechStars, White House
Jon Duckett's HTML & CSS book is one of the best guides I have ever read on HTML and CSS. This month, he released his second book in the series on JavaScript and jQuery. If it's anything like his first book, I highly recommend it. He uses incredibly clear visuals, language and design to make learning these topics very easy.
Lachlan Campbell@lachlanjc · Hack Club design/JS—HS 🎓—they/them—🌈
I *totally* agree. Both books are amazing. Seriously, if you want to learn JS, do yourself a favor and buy the book. You won't regret it.
Matt Ellsworth@mattellsworth · Comedian & Founder @ InternetGreats.com
Just following up on this. I got the book this weekend and it helped sooooooooo much. Pieces are falling into place. This is the best JS resource for a beginner that I've come across. As I was reading, I was thinking to myself "Why aren't all courses & tutorials like this?" The answer is because of how much work it takes to make the visuals and metaphors he uses. The result though, is an incredibly helpful resource for those whom haven't really programmed before especially.
Julian Counihan@nycounihan · principal, red sea ventures
Great looking design. Seems Edward Tufte-esque