Languages one must Learn to Become Front-end Developer
Generally there are two types of developers -> front-end developers and back-end developers .
Front-end developers are the one who works over the framework of web pages or content. front-end generally means what we see over the screen . for ex: when we open any web page the contents we see, the buttons to move on, the designing over the screen are all the front-end.
Back-end developers are the ones who work over the main databases, data, or the back stored data of the web pages or any content. back-end generally means all that we are not able to see of the contents, web pages .ex: over youtube when any video is starts we see the things available on the screen that what is front-end but all the information, stored data or even our credit cards information, our login ids, our registrations all are the saved data and all these are saved or stored by the help of back-end developers.
Here we go for the languages which one must know to become front-end developers:
HTML – Hypertext markup language.it is the language of tags which consists of both opening and ending tags . for ex: <p> opening paragraph tag</p>ending paragraph tag. This is the first and the basic language for being front -end developers.
CSS – Cascading Style Sheet . as its name style sheet, it is used to design and add some styling to HTML web pages . for ex: diving the pages into portions, shifting page to left or right, adding nav bars, coloring the text or background all can be possible by CSS. it basically used to make the web pages stylish.
BOOTSTRAP – It is a language that makes web pages responsive to different platforms such as phones, tablets, laptops, computers, etc . not only web pages even tables, images, text everything becomes responsive. It also helps to lessen the amount of code or shortens the code. coding becomes easy.
By learning all the above-mentioned language one can become a front-end developer. for all this, there is no need for learning C, C++ first but in the order which they are written would be the right and easy order to learn. now the question arises from which platform we should learn. there are many free and paid platforms that make learning from basics to advance. even on youtube many channels are providing learning free of cost and even one can have full web development courses available on Various online platforms which include (HTML, CSS, Bootstrap, SQL, PHP).
Lets begin to code and have fun in doing so 🙂