By (author) Dominic Myers
Publication date:22 June 2020
Length of book:232 pages
PublisherBCS, The Chartered Institute for IT
Even amazing products can be let down by poor user interfaces. It is the job of front-end developers to make software products and websites engaging and attractive for users. 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.
- Front-End Developers are responsible for making the interfaces of products attractive
- Covers responsibilities, skills, tools, career progression advice
- Includes a 'day in the life' case study
Dominic Myers has written a pragmatic, thorough, truthful account of what it means to be a Front-End Developer. Essential reading for anyone considering this career, providing a bird's eye view of the entire landscape of Front-End development that will benefit anyone entering the field.