Front-end

Description

Front-end web development (also known as client-side development) is the process of using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript (along with JavaScript libraries and frameworks) to build graphical user interfaces, for web and mobile applications, that users can view and interact with. Put another way: It’s a type of software engineering that powers the visuals and interactions on the web and mobile.

Due to modern front-end frameworks like React, Vue, and Angular, web development has shifted significantly to the front-end. More and more, the back-end simply serves up the data for the front-end to manage, prepare, and display to the end user.

The tutorials and articles on TestDriven teach how to build and test modern user interfaces with React, Vue, and Angular.

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Featured Course

Authentication with Flask, React, and Docker

This course details how to add user authentication to a Flask and React microservice. You'll use React Testing Library and Pytest to test both apps, Formik to manage form state, and GitLab CI to deploy Docker images to Heroku.

Featured Course

Authentication with Flask, React, and Docker

This course details how to add user authentication to a Flask and React microservice. You'll use React Testing Library and Pytest to test both apps, Formik to manage form state, and GitLab CI to deploy Docker images to Heroku.