In this article, we have collected several such books that will be published in 2021. Our selection includes books both for beginners and experienced programmers.
Author: Kay S. Horstman. Year of publication: 2021.
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By David Flanagan. Year of publication: 2021.
In 2021, the 7th edition of Flanagan's work was published.
Authors: Adam D. Scott. Year of publication: 2021. Language: Russian.
Adam D. Scott is a leading web developer at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in the United States, creating open web applications. In addition, for many years he was engaged in training and drawing up curricula in technical disciplines. In general, we can say that this is an ideal specialist in teaching web development.
As you read this book, you will understand the compatibility principles of different parts of the program, so you can build great applications.
You will learn how to create APIs using Node, Express, MongoDB, and Apollo Server, and get acquainted with React. Then you'll start creating a web application using React, Apollo Client, and CSS-in-JS, as well as Electron-based applications. Mobile development is also in the plan: You'll learn how to use React Native and Expo to develop apps for iOS and Android.
Authors: Francois Chollet, Eric Nielson, Stan Bayleschi, Shengquing Tsei. Year of publication: 2021.
As you read this book, you will learn more about the TensorFlow API.Learn how to use js to enter, process, and format data, create and load models, and perform inference, evaluation, and training.
The book covers the basic concepts of machine learning in detail. Everything is explained using examples of JS code, using pseudocode and schemas. All the examples are open source, so you can experiment with them.
But Scholle doesn't stop at just the basics of ML. The book also includes information on newer topics: text translation, generative models, and reinforcement learning.
Author: Luis Atencio. Year of publication: 2021.
As you read this book, you will learn what JS can offer a developer on its own, without third-party libraries or frameworks.
Authors: Adam D. Scott, Matthew MacDonald, Shelley Powers. Year of publication: 2021.
The Recipe Book offers ready-made solutions for common programming tasks. It also explains how to create applications that work in any browser.