Front-end Technology

Front-end Technology Description Pros Cons
HTML HyperText Markup Language used to create the structure of web pages Easy to learn, widely used Limited styling options
CSS Cascading Style Sheets used to style and layout web pages Rich styling options, widely used Can be complex, browser compatibility issues
JavaScript Scripting language used to add interactivity and dynamic behavior to web pages Widely used, versatile, powerful Can be complex, browser compatibility issues
React JavaScript library used to build user interfaces Efficient, flexible, reusable components Steep learning curve, can require additional tooling
Angular TypeScript-based framework used to build complex, large-scale applications Strongly typed, robust, scalable Steep learning curve, can be complex
Vue.js Lightweight JavaScript framework used to build user interfaces Easy to learn, flexible, efficient Limited ecosystem, less community support
Bootstrap Front-end framework used to build responsive, mobile-first web pages Easy to use, customizable, responsive Can lead to similar-looking websites, heavy file size
jQuery JavaScript library used to simplify DOM manipulation and event handling Easy to learn, widely used Can lead to code bloat, not as efficient as modern frameworks
  • Note that this is not an exhaustive list, and there are many other front-end technologies available. The choice of technology often depends on the specific needs of a project, as well as the skills and preferences of the development team.

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