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Yoo what's poppin' fam, I have a very interesting thing to share with you today, I know from the title you're prolly like "what the ...." 不不不 But chill, It's basically an article written by my friend Precious (not exactly my friend but you get the point ) on how to get started with front-end development but very interesting so... enjoy

Hi Do you know how they say the universe will connive to make things work for you? Well, that happened to our newsletter. So, the team had scheduled writing about beginner-friendly frontend tools for devs because thats one FAQ that never stops popping up. Apparently, theres a saturated tool market and this leaves newbies confused with questions like Where do I start from? What exactly should I learn that will not confuse my brain? Which of these tools will help me cash out? etc. So, by a stroke of luck or coincidence, something happened on tech twitter. Someone wrote this:

image.png It sparked many arguments and got some people in their feelings. Someone literally created a burner account to troll the poster (dont do that kids) The tech industry can be a cruise sometimes. From our arguments about Tabs and Spaces to whether or not Canva is a professional design tool, arguments about tool preferences always come up. So, well actually discuss these frontend frameworks and your opinion will be entirely yours. It sparked many arguments and got some people in their feelings. Someone literally created a burner account to troll the poster (dont do that kids) The tech industry can be a cruise sometimes. From our arguments about Tabs and Spaces to whether or not Canva is a professional design tool, arguments about tool preferences always come up. So, well actually discuss these frontend frameworks and your opinion will be entirely yours. Fundamentals. There are 3 fundamentals to frontend development: HTML, CSS. JavaScript. If you want to learn, learn in this order. Theres no way youre escaping any of these. HTML basically has to do with the user interface with the screens. It deals with the structure of your page. CSS does more work with colour, font, spacing etc. Its the part that dabbles into the design. JavaScript on the other hand helps to build web and mobile applications. It has libraries and it sends and receives data from the backend. Based on street intel, JavaScript is the hardest of the 3 to learn. Frontend Frameworks. JavaScript has 3 popular frontend frameworks: Angular, React and Vue. Consider them as triplets that came out in that order. They share the same mum: JavaScript but different dads.
No cap, theres actually a real thing where twins can be birthed by different fathers. Its called heteropaternal superfecundation. (Not a necessary piece of information but thats exactly why you love Consonance ) Angular was developed by Google, React by Facebook and Vue was developed by a former employee at Google: Evan You. Theyre all open source. On the question of whether or not one of these triplets is useless, the candid answer is no. Its not even fair, the oldest of these triplets was born in 2010. Dont be rude to kids. The real metrics for a newbie to consider when checking out these Javascript babies are these: Features, use case, migrations, performance, data binding, scripting, testing, community support, demand etc. It sparked many arguments and got some people in their feelings. Someone literally created a burner account to troll the poster (dont do that kids) The tech industry can be a cruise sometimes. From our arguments about Tabs and Spaces to whether or not Canva is a professional design tool, arguments about tool preferences always come up. So, well actually discuss these frontend frameworks and your opinion will be entirely yours. Fundamentals. There are 3 fundamentals to frontend development: HTML, CSS. JavaScript. If you want to learn, learn in this order. Theres no way youre escaping any of these. HTML basically has to do with the user interface with the screens. It deals with the structure of your page. CSS does more work with colour, font, spacing etc. Its the part that dabbles into the design. JavaScript on the other hand helps to build web and mobile applications. It has libraries and it sends and receives data from the backend. Based on street intel, JavaScript is the hardest of the 3 to learn. Frontend Frameworks. JavaScript has 3 popular frontend frameworks: Angular, React, and Vue. Consider them as triplets that came out in that order. They share the same mum: JavaScript but different dads.
No cap, theres actually a real thing where twins can be birthed by different fathers. Its called heteropaternal superfecundation. (Not a necessary piece of information but thats exactly why you love Consonance ).....

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Article by Precoius from Consonance Club