Front end Development
Hypertext Mark-up Language (HTML)
HTML was developed by Tim Berners Lee. It is the most used, most basic and the backbone of any web development process without which a web page does not exist. Hypertext means that hyperlinks are embedded in it. When a user clicks on a word or a phrase consisting of the hyperlink it opens a new webpage defining about the word or the phrase. A markup language means that the text can be changed into images, tables, links and other representations. Here, HTML code provides an overall framework on how the web page will look. The newest version of HTML is known as HTML5 and it was published on 2014. This version of HTML is more efficient version because it provides more efficient ways of handling images and videos.
Cascading Style-sheet (CSS)
Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) is a language that describes style of a HTML webpage. It controls the presentation and gives the site a unique look. CSS does this by maintaining the style sheets of a webpage. Similarly, it describes how HTML elements are to be displayed on the screen and in other media platforms. It is triggered based on other inputs such as screen size and the resolution of the device. The cascading name comes from the specified priority scheme. It determines which style rule applies if more than one rule matches a particular element where this cascading priority scheme is predictable. Furthermore, CSS can save a lot of work as it controls the layout of number of webpages all at once.
Basics to be a Front end developer
4. Responsive Design
5. Testing and Debugging
6. Browser Developer Tools
Hence, with the basic knowledge of the skills listed anyone can start front end development. But to master it, requires a lot of practice also much time is needed to improve the basic skills to advanced skills.