Front end web developers use three primary coding languages to code the website and web app designs created by web designers:
The code they write runs inside the user’s browser (as opposed to a back end developer, whose code runs on the web server). Think of it a little like this: the back end developer is like the engineer who designs and creates the systems that make a city work (electricity, water and sewer, zoning, etc.), while the front end developer is the one who lays out the streets and makes sure everything is connected properly so people can live their lives (a simplified analogy, but you get the rough idea). A front end web developer is also in charge of making sure that there are no errors or bugs on the front end, as well as making sure that the design appears as it’s supposed to across various platforms and browsers.
HTML & CSS
<title>This is Shubham</title> <!-- ENTER YOUR TITLE HERE--> <style> <!-- STYLE YOUR WEBSITE USING CSS-->
<!-- BUILD YOUR BODY FROM HERE-->
HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) and CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) are the most basic building blocks of web coding. Without these two things, you can’t create a website design, and all you’ll end up with is unformatted plain text on the screen. You can’t even add images to a page without HTML!
Before you get started on any web development career path, you’ll have to master coding with HTML and CSS. The good news is that getting a solid working knowledge of either of these can be done in just a few weeks.
The best part: HTML and CSS knowledge alone will let you build basic websites.
It’s also the most popular programming language in the world, so regardless of your dev career plans, it’s a super valuable thing to learn.
- Integration of HTML/CSS.
- Simple API(Application Programming Interface).
- It is enabled by default in Major Modern browsers.
Front End Frameworks
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