How to succeed in Full Stack and Front-end Development?

What does a front-end developer need to know?

What tools does a front-end developer need to learn about?

Categorization of Front-End Development Tools

What should you consider while choosing a tool for front-end development?

  • HTML5 Basics
  • CSS3 Basics
  • Advanced HTML5
  • Advanced CSS3
  • Advanced JavaScript
  • jQuery Basics
  • JavaScript Basics
  • Advanced jQuery
  • Bootstrap 4 Basics
  • SVG Basics
  • Advanced SVG
  • Advanced Bootstrap 4
  • Sublime Text 3 (Text Editor)
  • Brackets (Text Editor)
  • Atom (Text Editor)
  • Google Chrome (Web Browser)
  • Visual Studio Code (Text Editor)
  • Firefox (Web Browser)
  • Firefox Developer Edition (Web Browser)
  • Opera (Web Browser)
  • Microsoft Edge (Web Browser)

What are the three most popular front-end frameworks in 2022?

What best practices should a Front-End Developer follow?

  • How do websites work?
  • The difference between frontend and backend
  • How to use a code editor
  • Basic understanding of HTML-CSS-JavaScript
  • Package managers
  • Build tools
  • Version control
  • Sass
  • An understanding of responsive design
  • An understanding of JavaScript Framework
  • An understanding of back-end basics like servers, databases, and programming languages
  • An active GitHub profile
  • Knowledge of developing their projects
  • An understanding of NextJS/Redux for generating static websites or creating React Apps for building a standard React website with Redux for state management.
  • Tailwind for writing CSS.
  • SASS styled-components for more customization in React.
  • A knowing of a storybook — a build process for creating components as it allows for modularity.
  • An understanding of Jest, Enzyme, React Testing Library, Cypress using unit tests for the code and components before they are sent to production.
  • An understanding of Sanity/Strapi — headless CMS to publish the content with the use of a GUI.
  • An understanding of Vercel, Netlify, AWS — CI/CD provider in combination with GitHub to ease the review process.
  • An understanding of headless architecture, isomorphic applications, Typescript, MicroFrontends, Web Components, GraphQL as an alternative to REST API to fetch declarative data from a single endpoint, component-driven development, and progressive web applications.
  • CSS Frameworks — Bootstrap, Ulkit, Semantic UI, Foundation, Bulma, Tailwind CSS, Spectre
  • JavaScript Frameworks — Angular, React, Vue.js, Ember.js, Meteor, Node.js, jQuery
  • An understanding of HyperText Markup Language, Cascading Style Scripts, Syntactically Awesome Style Sheets, Leaner Style Sheets, JavaScript, Typescript
  • Version Control System — GitHub, GitLab, AWS CodeCommit, Beanstalk, Apache Subversion
  • An understanding of Micro-FrontEnd
  • An understanding of testing and code analysis tools — Unit testing, Visual regression testing, acceptance testing, performance testing, integration testing, accessibility testing, End-to-End testing, Cross-Browser Compatibility Testing, LambdaTest, Chrome DevTools, Selenium, Needle, Page Speed, YSlow, Jest, Mocha, Jasmine, Cypress
  • An understanding of web security and communication protocols — IPsec — Internet Protocol Security, IKE — Internet Key Exchange, SSH — Secure Shell, SSL — Secure Socket Layer, HTTPS — Secure Embedded Web Server, RADIUS — Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service, TLS — Transport Layer Security, SET — Secure Electronic Transaction, PEM — Privacy Enhanced Mail
  • Knowledge of Static Site Generator (SSG) — Next.js, Gatsby, Hugo, GitBook, Jekyll, Eleventy, Nuxt, Docsify, VuePress, Gridsome
  • Knowledge of project management tools — NPM, Yarn, Bower, JSPM

In Conclusion:

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