Frontend is the part of the application that is responsible for user interaction, and the Backend is responsible for the logic of the application. Simply put: the Frontend is the “visible” part of the application, and the back-end development is responsible for storing and processing data. So anything that is not visible at first glance – the page interface, text layout, menu or graphics – these results are drawn and displayed by the Frontend from the Backend, and we finally see them on the screen of a monitor, smartphone or tablet.
What about the frontend tech stack? Does it change or update frequently?
What does Frontend Developer do on a daily basis?
Frontend Developer is concerned with creating a GUI for an application and connecting it to server applications. This means that a good frontend developer must be able to put all the pieces of an application together to create a clean and intuitive interface.
Soft skills are a very important and often overlooked element in this position. Frontend integrates all parts of the application, so the work of the frontend forces us to often interact not only with our own, but also with other teams.
Then what should a frontend developer be able to do? Are there grounds without which it would be impossible to work in this position?