The Little Book of Little Books consists of three booklets, originally released in 2015 and 2016. They have been lightly updated and edited (with permission and release by the former publisher, O’Reilly).
The Little Book of HTML/CSS Frameworks provides guidance for the development and use of web frameworks. While times have changed, it’s the author’s conviction that the principles outlined in the book still hold, and that the book provides unique views for the benefit of everyone working with frameworks.
The Little Book of HTML/CSS Coding Guidelines outlines the benefits of coding standards and discusses them on the basis of the Google HTML/CSS Style Guide. Back in 2012, the author revised and published the Google guidelines and maintains that the modern frontend developer and their craft still benefit from such standards.
The Little Book of Website Quality Control reviews quality assurance and control and offers a comprehensive collection of tools. The author believes this has been one of his weakest books, ponders why he didn’t do better, but likes the idea that, over time, he can make updates that make it a little less shallow.
→ This is the book if you want to travel back in time for a complementary perspective on frameworks, coding guidelines, quality control—and the craft of web development.