Front-End Developer

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BCS Learning & Development Limited, 2020 M06 22 - 232 pages
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Even amazing products can be let down by poor user interfaces. It is the job of front-end developers to make the user-interface (front-end) of software products and websites usable, engaging and attractive. This book covers the role of front-end developer in terms of typical responsibilities, required skills and relevant tools, methods and techniques. Career progression for front-end developers is also discussed, with real life practical examples and code snippets used throughout the book to illustrate the topics.

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Dominic Myers is a front-end developer with a wealth of professional experience. He spends most of his day being fascinated by, developing and implementing the newest trends in web development, primarily HTML, CSS and JavaScript, or whatever will get the job done. He shares his knowledge online via his blog (https://drmsite.blogspot.com) and forums such as Stack Overflow.

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