A front-end developer creates the front-end of websites and online applications

The section that users see and interact with. A front-end developer produces websites and applications using web languages such as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. These languages enable users to access and interact with the website or application.

In comparison, back-end developers are responsible for developing the back-end components of a website or application, such as data storage, security, site performance, and other server-side tasks.

What we do?

Front-end developers build the user interface (UI), which defines the purpose and appearance of each component of a website or application.

For example, if someone wanted to establish a website, they may engage a front-end developer to design the site’s layout. The front-end developer selects where images should be placed, how the navigation should look, and how the site should be presented. Much of their work include ensuring that the site or application’s design and layout are user-friendly and intuitive.

Our Team Expertise:

HTML, CSS, and JavaScript: These three languages are essential to work in front-end development. HTML, CSS, and JavaScript work together to determine the look and functionality of the page. 

Frameworks: Having a solid understanding of them is important for creating page structures.

Developer tools and software: Well experience in handling Software like version control, which tracks and controls changes in your source code, is critical to allow us to make changes without starting over. Understanding how to use many different software development tools is a building block to a successful career.