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How to become a Front-end developer 2020

How to become a Front-end developer 2020

1. Learn HTML & CSS:

I guess there’s no way around it. Learn HTML & CSS. Why? Because the basics matter.

2. Build things:

Playing around with (small) UI elements is one thing. Creating an actual landing page or website is something different. At some point, you will eventually start using JavaScript snippets.

3. Read, read, read:

I guess there’s no way around this. Believe it or not. Your reading skills greatly influence your path to becoming a great front-end developer. Especially when starting out, there’s a lot of reading required. Why?

4. There’s more to front-end development than building a website:

If you followed my tips from 1 to 3, you have probably already done a course or have read a lot of tutorials and are now able to throw together a website.

5. Know your tools:

As you start your journey with front-end development, you will need to decide on your toolkit and the services you need to to make your life easier. Learning about the different tooling options is an important thing. Great tools will help you enhance and automate your front-end development workflow.

6. Version control will save your life:

OK, maybe this sounds a bit too exaggerated. But trust me on that. Version control will save you some sleepless nights.

7. Get involved with open source projects:

Contribute to FOSS on GitHub. Don’t shy away from big frameworks that seem well established. Even framework authors make mistakes.

Front end developers use HTML, CSS, and JavaScript 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). They’re 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.

? The various technologies involved in Front-end Development are:



JavaScript: jQuery, AngularJS, etc.

Responsive design : Bootstrap, Foundation


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