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For books, you can’t do better than The Art of Saxophone Playing, by Larry Teal. The Better Sax YouTube channel is a wealth of information too; I haven’t checked his online lessons, but I suspect they are useful and thorough. There are several other YouTube saxophone channels you should check out - a couple by members here are Dr. Wally Wallace and Dave Pollack. Dr. Wally has some excellent play-along style videos that cover some very basic things, and would be a good starting place.

If you are looking for things to play with, there is a YouTube channel of jazz backing tracks called “Backingtracks JAZZ”. There is also the iRealPro app for generating backing tracks. There are more expensive solutions, but iRealPro is very useful.
 
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