7 Essential Front-end Resources You Should Know
The most exciting job right now is being a front end web developer. As a painter during the Renaissance or as an astronaut during the Space Race, it is like being a protagonist of a novel set during the Renaissance. UI technology continues to develop on a daily basis and we are witnessing and being part of these revolutions. With new innovations and discoveries taking place at a rapid pace, the landscape is changing rapidly.
As a result, fewer people are seeking and taking advantage of opportunities, so stability is hard to find. However, having this problem means we cannot stop learning, which is also not a bad thing. The following are seven essential learning resources for front end web development to help you stay current with the latest trends.
They contain a comprehensive guide available on GitHub in eight languages that gets you started with Regular Expressions. Regular Expressions are useful in a wide range of programming languages. With examples and live demos using a popular RegExp playground, each section covers a single feature of regular expression syntax.
Here is another comprehensive guide to Grid with a nice, clean, and simple layout. This resource is organized in the author's opinion to make sense to those of us overwhelmed by the number of resources available on this subject. That's a good selling point for those of us who are overwhelmed with the number of resources available.
In addition to providing single-page templates and themes, Onepagelove also gives you some tips for learning front-end development. Check it out for some inspiration. If you want to use their free templates, you can also download them from their website.
React is a library that could pose accessibility issues because of its nature. There are some accessibility tips in the official React docs for React projects, including information about WAI-ARIA, semantic HTML, forms, managing focus, and accessibility tools.
A very useful open-source web app, DevDocs combines API documentations within a friendly, easy-to-use interface. There are many documents on various web technologies. You can easily access them and learn about them. You can also use it offline.
That's all for now!. These resources can be useful for learning and practicing your skills as a front-end developer, as you can see.
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