We have published a blog post about Top Drupal 8 books before. We have looked at the best books the newest version of Drupal has to offer. That was at the beginning of this year. So, around nine months later, we decided it was time to once again look at this area and explore, which Drupal 8 books were published during that time.
Drupal 8 features are being explored every day. Many Drupal modules are getting properly migrated to Drupal 8 and many more are getting developed. Nevertheless, Drupal 8 books also offer many insights, so here are some, which were published in the last nine months.
The first one is Drupal 8 SEO by Ben Finklea, the book we already announced in the blog posts about Top Drupal 8 books. This book delivers the knowledge you need to get your site listed and ranking high in the search engines. It is a visual, step-by-step guide, which teaches you what modules, settings, and configurations your site needs to get the best possible rankings in Google and other search engines. It is appropriate for either small or large organization.
The second one is Drupal 8 Explained by Stephen Burge and Cindy McCourth. This book is a clear introduction to Drupal 8 with many step-by-step examples. It is aimed at Drupal beginners. The book was written because the authors think that most Drupal books are too complicated for the newcomers, so this book is simple to read. You don't need any experience with Drupal, content management, website construction, programming, scripting, or even HTML.
The last one is Mastering Drupal 8 by Chaz Chumley and William Hurley. In this book, the readers learn the advanced site building techniques, create and modify themes using Twig, create custom modules using the new Drupal API, explore the new REST and Multilingual functionality, import, and export Configuration, and learn how to migrate from earlier versions of Drupal.