A Frontend developer is a web developer who specializes in the design and implementation of the user interface (UI) of a website or web application. They are responsible for creating the look and feel of a website, ensuring that it is visually appealing and easy to use.
Some common tools and technologies used by Front-end developers include:
HTML: A markup language used to structure content on a webpage.
CSS: A stylesheet language used to style and format the visual elements of a webpage.
Front-end frameworks and libraries: Pre-built collections of code and components that simplify and speed up the development process. Examples include React, Angular, and Vue.
Design tools: Software used to create visual designs and mockups of websites and applications. Examples include Sketch, Adobe XD, and Figma.
Debugging and testing tools: Software used to test and debug code and ensure that websites and applications work correctly across different browsers and devices. Examples include Chrome DevTools, Firefox Developer Edition, and Selenium.