Have you ever looked at your favorite website and wondered exactly what made it tick? Have you looked at the way it was laid out, the way the buttons acted when you clicked them, or any other part and thought, “I wonder how complicated that is?” or, “I wish I could do that”?
So, now the question is, “How can I learn and become a Front-End Developer?”. For becoming a Front-End developer the pathway is:
HTML/CSS/JS is the basic building block of any website design.
HTML is the foundation of any website and has been since Al Gore invented the Internet. HTML can be used to add text, images, audio, video, forms, tables, and more to your website.
CSS is also a cornerstone of web development and it’s going to be your best friend and worst enemy all in the same day. HTML describes what’s on the page and CSS describes how it should look.
Naturally and automatically adjusting on the fly is a critical part of success in nature, sports, business — and even web design. Perfecting responsive web design is a marketing concept that allows your website to effectively adjust instantly on all your customer’s devices. “It keeps users where you want them; on your site.” In the US alone, more people access the internet from their mobile device than from a desktop computer, so it’s no wonder that responsive and mobile design skills are super important to employers. Responsive design means that the site’s layout (and sometimes functionality and content) changes based on the screen size and device someone is using. So, for that, we need to know the advanced CSS & JS to make our website responsive and at the same time, we need to know the fundamental design guidelines provided by different organizations, like for instance Material design by Google, Metro Design by Microsoft, etc.