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ziizium profile image Habdul Hazeez Updated on ・2 min read

FrontEnd Development Zero to Hero (67 Part Series)

1) FrontEnd Development: Zero to Hero 2) What is the Internet 3 ... 65 3) What is the Web 4) Web Browsers 5) Tools for Web Development 6) Introduction to HTML 7) History of HTML 8) The HTML specification 9) HTML Elements and Tags 10) Replaced Element and Void Element 11) Writing Accessible HTML 12) Validating HTML documents 13) HTML Resources and Reference 14) Introduction to CSS 15) History of CSS 16) The CSS Specification 17) CSS Properties 18) CSS Selectors 19) CSS Units 20) CSS Specificity 21) The CSS Cascade 22) CSS Inheritance 23) The CSS Box model 24) CSS Margin Collapse 25) CSS Positioning 26) CSS z-index 27) CSS colors 28) CSS Backgrounds 29) CSS Variables 30) CSS Floats 31) CSS Block Formatting Context 32) CSS Flexbox part 1 33) CSS Flexbox part 2 34) CSS Grid part 1 35) CSS Grid part 2 36) CSS Media Queries 37) CSS Typography 38) CSS Animations and Transitions 39) CSS Naming conventions 40) Writing maintainable CSS 41) CSS References and Resource 42) Introduction to JavaScript 43) History of JavaScript 44) The EcmaScript specification 45) Introduction to programming 46) JavaScript Variables 47) JavaScript Arrays 48) JavaScript Objects 49) JavaScript Numbers 50) JavaScript Conditionals 51) JavaScript Loops 52) JavaScript Functions 53) The Document Object Model 54) Introduction to Ajax 55) JavaScript References and Resource 56) Introduction to Web Design 57) History of web design 58) Site Layouts in CSS 59) Introduction to Responsive web design 60) Introduction to Progressive Enhancement 61) Introduction to User Interface design 62) Introduction to user experience design 63) Introduction to Web accessibility and usability 64) Introduction to Color theory 65) Web design References and resource 66) Series final project 67) Building your career as a developer

Web browsers are application software that is used to access web documents and resources either offline or online with an internet connection.

Some popular browsers are:

  • Firefox
  • Google Chrome
  • Internet Explorer
  • Safari
  • Opera

FIREFOX

Firefox is a free and open-source created by Mozilla. it's available for both macOS and PC's and can be downloaded from their download page.

GOOGLE CHROME

Google Chrome is a cross-platform web browser developed by Google. it's as available for Windows, Linux, macOS, iOS, and Android. Its available for download at chrome website.

INTERNET EXPLORER

Internet Explorer or IE for short is the browser bundled with the Windows Operating system and it's developed by Microsoft.

SAFARI

Safari is a web browser developed by Apple and it makes use of the Webkit rendering engine.

OPERA

Opera browser is created by Opera Software and is available for Microsoft Windows, Android, iOS, macOS and Linux operating systems. You can get it at their download page.

Some browsers not mentioned are Opera Mini, UCBrowser, Vivaldi Browser, Iridium and Brave Browser. For sort of a comprehensive list, check out Wikipedia list of browsers.

Up Next, How do browsers work?

HOW BROWSER WORKS

Browsers fetch the resource we want by telling them where to find it, but what really happens under the hood the moment you type the IP Address or domain name into the address bar and press the enter key?. We are in luck,Tali Garsiel did some research and it's available online.

How browser works

You can access the research on html5rocks.

The article is quite long, and if you find it daunting at first, I will suggest reading it after the series.

FrontEnd Development Zero to Hero (67 Part Series)

1) FrontEnd Development: Zero to Hero 2) What is the Internet 3 ... 65 3) What is the Web 4) Web Browsers 5) Tools for Web Development 6) Introduction to HTML 7) History of HTML 8) The HTML specification 9) HTML Elements and Tags 10) Replaced Element and Void Element 11) Writing Accessible HTML 12) Validating HTML documents 13) HTML Resources and Reference 14) Introduction to CSS 15) History of CSS 16) The CSS Specification 17) CSS Properties 18) CSS Selectors 19) CSS Units 20) CSS Specificity 21) The CSS Cascade 22) CSS Inheritance 23) The CSS Box model 24) CSS Margin Collapse 25) CSS Positioning 26) CSS z-index 27) CSS colors 28) CSS Backgrounds 29) CSS Variables 30) CSS Floats 31) CSS Block Formatting Context 32) CSS Flexbox part 1 33) CSS Flexbox part 2 34) CSS Grid part 1 35) CSS Grid part 2 36) CSS Media Queries 37) CSS Typography 38) CSS Animations and Transitions 39) CSS Naming conventions 40) Writing maintainable CSS 41) CSS References and Resource 42) Introduction to JavaScript 43) History of JavaScript 44) The EcmaScript specification 45) Introduction to programming 46) JavaScript Variables 47) JavaScript Arrays 48) JavaScript Objects 49) JavaScript Numbers 50) JavaScript Conditionals 51) JavaScript Loops 52) JavaScript Functions 53) The Document Object Model 54) Introduction to Ajax 55) JavaScript References and Resource 56) Introduction to Web Design 57) History of web design 58) Site Layouts in CSS 59) Introduction to Responsive web design 60) Introduction to Progressive Enhancement 61) Introduction to User Interface design 62) Introduction to user experience design 63) Introduction to Web accessibility and usability 64) Introduction to Color theory 65) Web design References and resource 66) Series final project 67) Building your career as a developer

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Habdul Hazeez

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I teach and write code with interests in Web Development, Computer Security, and Artificial Intelligence.

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