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If you are a designer at heart, but love programming and believe that the future lies with internet technologies, the Frontend developer specialty will be interesting for you, as it requires some creativity and deep practical training in web programming.

With the help of the HTML page markup language and cascading style sheets (СSS), you can create the design of web applications, website interfaces, present information in an attractive, pleasant and user-friendly way.

The Frontend-developer also bears part of the responsibility for the rating of the site being developed, since the clearer the interface is, the more appropriate way the data is structured, the more time the user will devote to the site. In this case, the developer just needs to understand design and color theory so that the site does not look too gloomy, but also does not overwhelm the brightness of the colors and the huge size of the symbols.

Who is Frontend developer?

A frontend developer is a specialist who knows how to layout web pages, has a good knowledge of the JavaScript programming language, knows one or more JavaScript frameworks (React, Angular, Vue.js), as well as a number of other web technologies that are used during creating the client side of a website.
Developing the functionality of the user interface of a website or web application is the main task of a frontend developer.

What does a frontend developer do?

First, he makes up a web page according to the layout, or receives an already typeset page from the layout designer and begins to develop the functionality of the website: he prescribes the logic of the buttons, processing user form data and other elements of direct interaction of the site with the user.

Requirements for Frontend developer:

- Knowledge of HTML, CSS;
- Knowledge of the JavaScript programming language;
- Experience in HTML5, CSS3;
- Good understanding of JS frameworks (Angular2 / jQuery / ReactJS / Node.js);
- Familiarity with MVC / MVVM design patterns;
- Ability to analyze, study, master and apply new technologies;
- English at a level not lower than Intermediate.

Courses:

1. HTML, CSS, JavaScript

This course is meant for those brave individuals who wish to take their first steps into the world of Web Development. It's meant to give you a taste of this vast and interesting field so that you can accurately determine if this is something you wish to pursue.


We'll touch on all the foundational topics that form the toolbelt of a professional Front End Developer: semantic HTML, CSS, responsive Web Development,Javascript, Ajax and a dash of jQuery, Backbone.js! The art of Unit Testing (brownie points during an Interview!)


In this course, you will learn how the Internet works, learn how to create websites using HTML and CSS and put them on the web. Along the way, you will master the basic web developer tools: code editor, debugger, Google.

The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the basics of programming in JavaScript and to prepare them for the practical application of this tool.

2. TypeScript

The course is short, but whatever it's tough is explained well with real-world examples and stuff. By joining this course, you will learn how to setup TypeScript in your Mac or PC before going deep on various TypeScript features. The course is divided into three main sections. In the first section, you will learn about where you can use TypeScript like which projects are more suitable for TypeScript (mainly large projects with thousand lines of code)


In this course instructor, Karthik KK has explained the advantage offered by TypeScript over JavaScript in terms of improved coding experienced, more tools to write OOP application for browsers, and fewer bugs due to the introduction of Types. The course is divided into 15 parts, and each section explains one key TypeScript concept. The course starts with basic Introduction of typescript and then moved towards installing and Configuration TypeScript in Visual Studio Code, a Free IDE many Web developers are using. Later you will earn about Enums, Arrays, Functions, Lambdas, Classes, Interfaces, and other object-oriented features along with Generics, Modules, and other TypeScript features.


As the name suggests, this is a TypeScript crash course that will teach you essential concepts of TypeScript in no time. If you are someone who doesn't have weeks or months to learn TypeScript, then this is an ideal course for you. You will learn essential concepts of TypeScripts, like Classes, and Interface, Types, Modules, etc. in a quick time.

This is one of the advanced TypeScript courses for developers who are already familiar with both JavaScript and TypeScript. This course will teach you how to implement classic GOF design patterns like Decorator, Adapter, Strategy, Observer, Facade, Command, and other in TypeScript.

3. React JS

In this course, it will get you up to speed quickly with easy to follow short videos. It is project-oriented with hands-on examples, from simple to complex, that will help you with the most fundamentals concepts of React: react custom syntax and the JSX transform, components, properties and state, the power of the virtual DOM

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