Security for Web Developers: Using JavaScript, HTML, and CSS

 

Some books give you good advice, but only about part of the security problem. Others provide solutions so generic that they aren’t truly useful. Unfortunately, attacking only part of the problem leaves you open to hacking or other security issues. And general advice no longer meets current security needs.

This practical book provides specific advice for the HTML5, JavaScript, and CSS developer on all areas of security, including new areas not found in any other book, such as microservices. You’ll get a complete view of security changes needed to protect an application and keep its data safe. Continue reading “Security for Web Developers: Using JavaScript, HTML, and CSS” »