Non-Fiction: Front-End Developer by Dominic Myers

Front-End Developer

Long before even a whisper of the Coronavirus, demand for web developers had been projected to grow 13 percent from 2018 to 2028. This should not come as a surprise because, according to WebFX, 75 percent of consumers judge an organization’s credibility based on the design of its website, and 89 percent will shop with a competitor following a poor user experience.

With online sales growing strongly, along with the growing popularity of mobile devices, front-end development has never seemed like a more worthwhile and lucrative career path – especially if e-commerce continues being the norm throughout these unprecedented times.

But what does it take to become a successful front-end developer?

Dominic Myers answers this exact question in his new book Front-End Developer, intended for all aspiring front-end developers and students looking to forge their career in web development.

Published by BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, the book covers the role in-depth, giving an honest account of typical responsibilities, required skills, and relevant tools, methods and techniques.

Using real-life practical examples, Myers also gives a candid overview of what career progression looks like for a front-end developer. He even includes a typical day-in-the-life in-depth case study based on real experiences from working in the industry – with useful code snippets used throughout the book to illustrate the topics.

Author Myers is a front-end developer with deep experience in the field. He spends most of his time developing and implementing the newest trends in web development, primarily HTML, CSS and JavaScript, or whatever will get the job done. He shares his knowledge online via his blog and forums such as Stack Overflow. ◊

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