If you go through any website, you would see buttons, images, and fonts arranged in an orderly fashion. A designer creates the website prototype but combining backend and frontend web development codes leads to the creation of an actual website. In this article, we will solely focus on frontend web development tools. Here are the tools every frontend developer must know:
HTML stands for a hypertext markup language. It is a markup language for writing content on a website page. HTML allows developers to create structured documents by representing structural semantics such as links, images, paragraphs, and headings with tags.
CSS is an abbreviation for cascading stylesheets. As a stylesheet language, it makes HTML content more presentable. If your website homepage was black and white and didn’t have a structured layout, we doubt anyone would even bother looking through the other web pages on your site. Your web pages look more attractive with CSS.
4. Browser Developer Tools
5. Responsive Design
More people browse through the internet on mobile phones than desktop computers. Hence, organizations require that their frontend web developers can create responsive web designs effectively. Responsive design allows a website layout to change according to the screen size.
6. Content Management Systems
Millions of websites on the internet were created with a content management system (CMS) like Magento, WordPress, or Joomla. It is no surprise that many popular websites use WordPress behind the scenes. This is bolstered by the fact that WordPress is used to create 60% of all websites built on CMS.
7. Version Control Management Systems
A version control system allows developers to monitor changes to the code. Using this tool, developers can restore an earlier if something goes wrong. The most popular version control system is Git and requires a command-line installation before you can use it. An intermediate level of Git is required before you can effectively carry out frontend web development.