* On the web or on your iPhone/iPad https://read.amazon.com/
* On Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.amazon.kin...
PDF is an open standard, the Kindle format is not.
Shameless plug: I put out jsmag in PDF, and regularly get people asking for Kindle version, but have not yet been able to make something look decent. Revisiting this again next month. Suggestions/guidance on this topic welcome.
This wasn't the most space efficient system, but it was probably the best one aesthetically. Also, since I just created a custom .sty file to automate this, I can have my single source document output both normal-sized and Kindle-sized PDFs.
There's the Smashing Magazine logo on the upper left hand side of the book.
I've been using node.js since early 2010, but I find it helpful to read books written by a platform's expert developers, as they tend to provide insights and demonstrate helpful patterns of which I was previously unaware.
I'm not interested in buying (and won't buy) a printed copy or a DRM'd digital edition.
I mean, you can infer what he meant but man it would suck if you didn't know JS that well.
I still applaud this man for his contributions though.
The content do not look bad (but I have not read node.js specific parts yet so I can't really tell). The bad part is that it would need some serious proof-reading... Some sentences are missing words or are hardly understandable and there are some mistakes in the code.