A front-end developer is responsible for the entire face of a website or application, truly everything the user sees on their screen. The front-end developer programs, tests and implements the front-end part and ensures user-friendliness and accessibility. This developer thereby makes the connection between the design (user interface and user experience) and the software behind the internal logic of the website or application.
Front-end developers design, implement and test the front-end side of an application. They are mostly concerned with technical aspects, where user friendliness and accessibility are key aspects in their approach. The challenge of front-end development is that the tools and techniques that are used to build the front-end side of a website are continuously changing and that the developer must always be aware of how the field is evolving. They make use of a large scale of programming languages and frameworks. The most common types are layed out in detail below.
Vue is a progressive framework for building user interfaces. Unlike other monolithic frameworks, Vue was built from the ground up to be incrementally applicable. At the heart of the library, Vue is focused on the view layer, so anything that ends up on the user’s screen. The advantage of Vue is …
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