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What Is Front-End Development?

Front-End development refers to the development of the visual aspects of a website or application. Also called client-side development, it produces HTML, CSS, and JavaScript development for the user to directly interact with them.

A front-end developer is a programmer who codes and creates the components of front-end of a website or application. These components are accessible to the client directly. Primarily, front-end developers use three coding languages- HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

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What Are The Skills Required To Be A Front-End Developer?

HTML And CSS: Knowledge of HTML and CSS is essential to building basic websites. Without HTML and CSS, Web designs can’t be created. A markup language helps to distinguish between digital notes from regular text. CSS or Cascading Style Sheets are used to present the documents that are created using HTML. It helps in creating the page layout, font, color, and so on.

JavaScript: JavaScript is essential for making the website more functional. It can be used to create maps, online games, interactive applications, and much more. JavaScript determines the functionality of a page and makes the page interactive.

jQuery: jQuery refers to a set of plugins and extensions that facilitate the development of JavaScript. With jQuery, a front-end developer can add ready made elements like a countdown timer to the website or application. He or she can then customize the elements as per the need. jQuery facilitates the working of JS and makes it faster. It can compress several lines of JS code and compress them into a single line.

JavaScript Frameworks: JavaScript Frameworks include AngularJS, ReactJS, Backbone, Ember, and others. These provide a ready made structure to the JavaScript code.

Front-End Frameworks: Bootstrap is considered the most popular front-end framework.

CSS Preprocessors: They enable developers to speed up the CSS coding process. A CSS preprocessor helps to process the codes before they are published on the website and formats them properly. Some of the popular preprocessors include SASS and LESS among others.

RESTful Services And API’s: A front-end developer should have some experiences with APIs and RESTful services or Representational State Transfer services. This lightweight architecture aims to simplify network communications on the web. It facilitates the process of communication with a web service and improves its performance and reliance.

Version Control/Git: Version control enables a developer to track and control changes to the source code and ensures that if something goes wrong, the developer need not start all over again. Git is a version control software that helps to track changes in the source code.

Testing: There are several methods of testing in web development. Functional testing tests a particular form or database on the website or application. Unit testing tests the smallest code to ensure it is functioning correctly. Mocha and Jasmine are two programs designed to help with testing.

Browser Developer Tools: Modern web browsers are equipped with browser developer tools. These tools usually contain an inspector and a JS console. The inspector allows the developer to visualize run time HTML and CSS that are associated with the different elements on the page. It also allows the developer to make changes in HTML and CSS. The JS console allows the developer to view errors in the browser when the JS code is executed.

What Are The Responsibilities Of A Front-End Developer?

  • Use HTML and CSS to create an app layout and design it.
  • Create user interactions, server responses, and animations for the client.
  • Write clean, reusable code.
  • Ensure that the website or application is optimized for the best performance.
  • Collaborate with other team members involved in the project.

What Is The Difference Between Front-End And Back End Developers?

The back-end or “server-side” refers to the database and servers of the website or application that a user cannot see in the browser. The back-end usually involves a web server that performs communicative functions with a database to serve the various requests of the front-end. Unlike front-end developers, back end developers are responsible for the security of a website or application its structure and content. They ensure that a site is dynamic; that is, it is capable of constant changes and updates for further development. While front-end developers use tools like HTML5, JavaScript, jQuery, SASS, and so on, back end developers use tools like PHP, Ruby, Python, MySQL, and so on. Back end developers, in short, work on all the things that do not produce a user interface. They maintain and develop the core functional logic of a website or web application. They communicate with front-end developers to ensure that the front-end work is smooth and error-free. 

Interview Questions For A Front-End Developer.

What Are The Technical Skills Required To Be A Front-End Developer?

It is necessary to have good knowledge of HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and jQuery to be a front-end developer

When Would You Use CSS Clear And CSS Float?

CSS clear can be used to prevent an element on the right/left of a floating element from wrapping around it. With CSS float, an element can be moved left or right, and other elements can be made to cover around the element. 

What Is The Difference Between HTML And XHTML?

Both of them are markup languages for writing web pages. The syntax of HTML is based on SGML and that of XHTML is based on XML.

What Is AJAX?

AJAX or Asynchronous JavaScript and XML makes it possible to transport data without having to refresh the page. It can update a web page without refreshing it. 

What Is The Difference Between Class Inheritance And Prototypal Inheritance?

JavaScript’s object system is prototype-based and not class-based, unlike most other programming languages. Every object in JavaScript has a private property. This contains a link to what is called a prototype.

What Are The Ways Of Increasing The Performance Of A Website Or Application?

There are several ways to improve page performance- cleaning up the HTML document, reducing external requests of HTTP, using JavaScript at the bottom of a page, and so on. 

How Would You Handle Browser-Specific Incompatibility Of Style?

Using a conditional statement in the head tag of the HTML can help in recognizing the browser and in loading an external stylesheet, solving the problem in the simplest way possible. 

What Are The Benefits Of CoffeeScript Over JavaScript?

CoffeeScript has Ruby and Python-like add-ons that are light. It helps to express a program in a shorter code. 

What Steps Will You Take To Ensure Your Web Design Is User-Friendly?

It is essential as a front-end developer to work with UX designers to create user-friendly web pages that cater to user needs.

How Would You Structure Your Source Code Such That It Facilitates Leverage?

A front-end developer must discuss how they utilize code organization and also commenting. It is also necessary to discuss how they make use of noted to explain the different steps in the programming process.

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Before the employee starts working for you, you have to;

  • Sign the Contract.
  • Pay the first month’s invoice.
  • Pay for the applicable notice period (15 days).

Normal business work hours are eight hours a day, from Monday to Friday, throughout the month. This does not include any time taken for breaks or for meals.

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The Process to Hire a Resource is Quite Simple:

  • Submit a job description including experience, qualifications, skill set, project details, etc.
  • Our HR department finds candidates; matches and screens them.
  • Based on the screening process, a consolidated candidate list is submitted to the client. And You select candidates from that list to interview.
  • Once you are done with the interviews, you select the candidate you find fit for the position.
  • Depending on the position, our screening and hiring process spans across 1-2 weeks post receiving the requirement from the clients

Why Hire Front-End Developer From GlobalEmployees?

Hiring With GlobalEmployees Gets You The Best Front-End Developers With Benefits Like

  • A developer dedicated to your work. 1 Employee 1 Project policy.
  • No headaches about infrastructure, labor/employment laws, HR costs, etc.
  • An employee that you choose, not one that’s dumped on you.
  • Complete Control: Since you are the one driving your work you get a customized development for your specified guidelines.
  • No Risk: If the employee doesn’t work out, you can get out with short notice without worrying about severance pay, damages or any legal hassles.

The Overall Process To Hire A Front-End Developer Usually Takes 1-2 Weeks From The Time You Convey The Requirements.