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Murach's HTML Book approach?

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Hi Anne and Zak, can you give a description of how your book approaches web development? I've read several books but it all seems to get tangled when I get to the middle. There are some features I expect find. These features I know might need to be done with plugins from third parties. I rarely see a book that references the libraries or expose the capability beyond the personal approach of the authors. In programming textbooks, API's are been stressed. How can I come up with a slide show feature on my site? How do I provide user authentications or orchestrate dashboards? Can it just come up as an example?
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