Nowadays, we are witness to a growing interest in microservices-based architecture, which generally relates to the writing and integration of back-end software. Microservices bring a plethora of benefits to the development process, allowing a high … Read more
The front-end developer takes care of making a website functional and usable for the user. In other words, s/he completes the work of the back-end developer, who instead builds and manages all that concerns the server aspect of the site. The front-end developer is much more than a web designer because s/he deals with the visual and graphic aspect and also makes it possible for the visitor to surf for the website's business purposes.
Considering the nature of the primary task of the front-end developer, it is clear that s/he must necessarily have a good knowledge of the fundamentals of UX (User Experience). It should be clarified that, due to the heterogeneity of Internet users, quality such as creativity, versatility and problem-solving are absolutely necessary for a skilled front-end developer.
The role of the front-end developer can be both as a freelance and employee, and we must also bear in mind that it goes nicely with the concept of smart working, because we are talking about a job that does not necessarily require a fixed physical location to be carried out.
After creating a great UI design, you need to see how functional it is for the end-user. Say you want to test a new fax over IP feature. You can use an automated UI test to assess how the feature works for end-users. Automated UI testing is the … Read more
If you need to develop highly scalable applications, you need to consider the risks of a badly designed architecture. This is particularly true if your goal is to optimize the customer experience, adopting a user-centered design approach that is not … Read more
Front-end development of web applications has always been challenging and never settles on established technologies for too long.In the last few years, the Single Page Application (SPA) paradigm has been widely adopted to build complex front-end … Read more
How many of you are afraid of Cascade Style Sheet, also known as CSS? Honestly, I am really scared of it, maybe because I’m not a designer and my ability on computer graphics is not so good to make me feel comfortable with CSS. However, when we are … Read more
Nowadays, most frontend web developers build their UI with well-known libraries and frameworks such as React, Angular, Vue, and so on. Maybe many developers have almost forgotten how to dynamically create HTML elements by accessing the Document … Read more
Italian version below Nexi, in partnership with Codemotion, has launched the Nexi Dev Training Program. The free online program’s intent was to show in detail the many services Nexi is offering through its platform. Nexi Dev Training Program … Read more
The architecture of microservices seems to be becoming extremely popular among backend applications these days. But what about the frontend side? We can clearly see that frontend applications are growing very fast in terms of business logic and … Read more
From the beginning of the World Wide Web, we have witnessed an increasing number of solutions for presenting websites to end users. Conversely, nowadays web designers tend to adopt practically the same layout template for most of the modern websites. … Read more