Front-end Developer Handbook 2017, Cody Lindley
Cody Lindley

Front-end Developer Handbook 2017

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The resources and tools for learning about the practice of front-end development in 2017. Written by Cody Lindley, sponsored by Frontend Masters.
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Learn, roughly, how the web works. Make sure you know the "what" and "where" of Domains, DNS, URLs, HTTP, networks, browsers, servers/hosting, JSON, data APIs, HTML, CSS, DOM, and JavaScript.
Content Management Systems (aka CMS)
Cross-Browser Testing
Cross-Platform Testing
Unit Testing
Cross-Device Testing
Accessibility / WAI-ARIA
Search Engine Optimization (aka SEO)
Interaction or User Interface Design
User Experience
E-commerce Systems
Portal Systems
CSS Layout / Grids
DOM Manipulation (e.g., jQuery)
Mobile Web Performance
Load Testing
Performance Testing
Headless browsers are a web browser without a graphical user interface that can be controlled from a command line interface programmatically for the purpose of web page automation (e.g., functional testing, scraping, unit testing, etc.). Think of headless browsers as a browser that you can run from the command line that can retrieve and traverse web pages.
The most common headless browsers are:
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