Front End Developer – Part 1


A front-end developer is responsible for creating the user interface and overall look and feel of a website or web application. This involves working with a variety of technologies and tools to bring the design and user experience to life. Here is a list of skills that are commonly associated with front-end development.

In this course you will learn:
HTML/CSS: Fundamental languages for structuring and styling web content. HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) provides the structure, while CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) is used for presentation and layout.
JavaScript: The core programming language for front-end development. It enables dynamic and interactive features on a webpage. Knowledge of modern JavaScript frameworks and libraries (e.g., React, Angular, Vue.js) is also beneficial.
Responsive Design: Creating web applications that work seamlessly across various devices and screen sizes. This involves using media queries and flexible grid layouts.
CSS Preprocessors: Familiarity with CSS preprocessors like Sass or Less, which add features like variables, nesting, and mixins to standard CSS.
Browser Developer Tools: Proficiency in using browser developer tools for debugging, testing, and optimizing code.
Responsive Design Frameworks: Experience with popular responsive design frameworks like Bootstrap or Foundation.
APIs and RESTful Services: Understanding how to consume APIs and work with RESTful services to integrate data into web applications.

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