Today, you will find many sources to study new topics, but nicely printed books have the perfect charm and immersion for getting started. With the advent of handheld devices, the reader is surrounded by the multiple options to read the ebooks at your fingertips for immense convenience. Certainly, what I experienced during the course of digital reading that the reader is often disturbed by frequently popping up elements on the screen of the PCs s and tablets. This is why I prefer real learning through good printed books, where I can use my pencil/ marker to highlight any topic (I’m sure you also do the same). According to me, printed books will never lose its significance (if I’m not mistaken).
Today podcasts and ebooks are considered the most portable learning options, where the users can carry it everywhere without bearing extra load. Also, I admit that ebooks have speedy responses for reference look up than going through the index in a traditional book.
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David Flanagan is a renowned author, who is actively behind many programming languages. Learning jQuery from his perspective could be a great experience for novices. The ‘jQuery – Pocket Reference’ is a not any ordinary reference book but it is certainly designed for novices to understand and learn the framework in a friendly way. However, the experienced developers can even refer them to enhance their command over jQuery’s potentials & internal workings. As jQuery is one of the easy to use programming platforms that many developers start using it without actually getting into the details. For them it is also a good option to set a robust attempt towards jQuery.
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