Here’s what Turing Labs’ front-end developers will do for you
One of the most important aspects of a blockchain solution, or any application or website for that matter, is the way it behaves when a user opens it to use it.
The application has to be such that the information on it is easy to read and the functions are clearly marked. Moreover, it has to behave consistently across different browsers, operating systems and devices. Someone who installs the app on an Android device should have the same experience as someone who is using the app on an iOS device.
This is where front-end developers come into play. They have to implement the app design on the web and ensure that the app behaves as per the design. They work with markup languages, design, and client-side scripts and frameworks to create user-end functionality.
The front-end developers at Turing Labs come with extensive experience of coding the front-end of websites and apps, having worked on both blockchain and non-blockchain projects. They are adept at developing interactive, intuitive designs and making responsive design transitions smooth.
Let us take you through the major technologies that our front-end developers work with…
- HTML & CSS – Everything you see on the web is made of HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) and CSS (Cascading Style Sheets). They are also called the building blocks of web development. HTML enables developers to control the content and structure of the website, whereas CSS is responsible for how this content looks on the website. For example, with HTML, the front-end developer will add text to the website, and with CSS, she will turn it to the colour blue.
- Front-end frameworks – Also called CSS frameworks, these are libraries of standardised code that can be used as they are. They too help in speeding up the development process by offering ready-to-use elements that can also be customised.
- CSS Preprocessors – CSS preprocessors are elements that make it easier to work with CSS for large projects. In large projects, CSS code often gets repetitive. CSS preprocessors help save time by offering extra functionality such as variables, mixins, operations and functions that decrease the amount of time involved in writing code for the project.
- RESTful services and APIs – REST stands for Representational State Transfer and it is an architectural style for writing APIs. It provides standards for applications or components to communicate easily with each other.
- Content Management Systems (CMS) – A content management system is a software application that helps in managing digital content. A CMS enables developers to create, update and modify content, and thus, engage in enterprise content management (ECM) and web content management (WCM) easily.
Thus, using all the aforementioned technologies and more, the developers at Turing Labs have created the interactive and intuitive front-end for cryptocurrency exchanges. The front-end developers at Turing Labs charge $29-$38 per hour depending on the project. If you would like us to design the front-end for your app, get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org