A well-designed website can make life better for everyone who uses it, and protect ourselves, our kids, and even our pets from hackers. Yet staying on top of the ever-changing world of web development can be a second job itself. The SitePoint Web Development Hub Premium Membership helps keep experts on track with the field, while making it easy for new developers to catch up. It's on sale for just $59.99 (reg. $216).

Everything You Need

SitePoint was found in 1999 by Mark Harbottle and Matt Mickiewicz, 2 web developers who found themselves frustrated with the diffuse nature of web development training. Rather than wait for books to hit print or to learn from the nascent web development blogs, they gathered all the information needed about web development into one place for anyone to use.

More than 20 years later, SitePoint publishes books, stocks the work of other respected publishers like Wiley and SixtyNorth in their library, hosts lectures and training videos, and offers entire courses on web development for those new to the concepts and those seeking to brush up alike.

Right Where You Need It

A premium access subscription gives you full access to the library, presented in a format that's easy to read regardless of the device you're using. There's no e-reader or tablet needed, and nothing to download, so all you need is a browser to get started. That includes access to all the up-to-date instructional texts SitePoint publishes, as well as texts from its partners.

In addition, you get a curated library of tech talks and video courses, selected by SitePoint's experienced staff for both their educational content and ability to engage with students. The library is updated weekly with new content, so you'll always have something else to learn.

Get a SitePoint Web Development Hub Premium Membership for $59.99 (reg. $216).

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