What makes Pontedera Pontedera, not a coder with jQuery?

In fact, the whole essence of the title. What makes Pontedera Pontedera? Ask this question, being surrounded by a furious amount of ready-made solutions on jQuery, a little less frantic number of solutions on jQuery, etc., What will allow the coder, "able" (beautiful word) to use ready-made solutions and others like them to be reborn in Pontedera?
June 14th 19 at 21:01
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June 14th 19 at 21:03
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What will allow the coder, "able" (beautiful word) to use ready-made solutions and others like them to be reborn in Pontedera?
Well... as You know, the coder is the person who primarily does the layout, and JQuery etc. the consequences - rather as some "bonus" to the original specialization.

"Pretender" is a person who can fully develop the front part of a site-level "to paste to the main JQuery-slider", namely the full to make the front part of the website, to think through and implement its logic, etc. Conventionally, these developers can be divided on the basis of the use of some technology, as well as "backenders".

Someone wrote "backend" in C, someone wrote in PHP, someone on Python, Ruby, etc. but any good "backender", depending on their qualifications, not only knows the "language N" (for example PHP), but also versed in related technologies, ranging from the banal understanding of the logic of the PHP and/or understanding (at least partial) PHP source code and the basic principles of the HTTP Protocol, the principles of operation of networks, etc.

Similarly, we can categorize (relatively) the front-end developers. The good fairies is able not only "to impose and use JQuery", but understands this is how JQuery works, I know JavaScript, familiar with some more JS frameworks, perhaps familiar with the source code and/or principles of the JS engine, familiar with the relevant technologies (a simple example - websocket) might be familiar with the database and so on...

Accordingly, a good web designer is a specialist who deals well with issues of typesetting, including those familiar with the relevant technologies at the appropriate for his level (e.g., Stylus, SASS, Gulp, etc.), able to "right stick JQuery on the page" knows what slider plugin is better to take and why, knows what stylistic feature in a particular browser, etc.

Hypothetically, FE-developer can't do layout at all or do it in minimal amounts, although this picture certainly poorly drawn in the mind, but in some large companies there is a practice. That, in turn, characteristic for BE-developers, for example, BE-the developer can focus solely on the development of the main logic of the program and almost never touch the DB (database) because the database (writing queries, debugging etc.) meets other specialist, and for building the database structure, its administration and maintenance - third, etc.
Thank you for the detailed response. You can still on your toes about "to fully make the front page"? Ie, what exactly it is? Just at the moment I really can not understand what makes pretender in practice, apart from the necessary knowledge of the subject area. - josefina28 commented on June 14th 19 at 21:06
, "complete to do" - it depends entirely on the project and, as a consequence of the fact that this project can be used (or "was used"). Example: ReactJS, Angular, again, perhaps(o a) work with the same Obsolete (as an example), as well as VueJS, ExtJS and other technologies and frameworks, which in total is far from the thesis "layout" or associated with it (layout) in an indirect way.

Another example - you might want to develop something in "pure JS". Personally, I'm a coder, with a clear zeal to write some code in the format of "Pure JS" met rarely, usually 99% of the decisions on the level of JQuery + something. At the same time, this choice (JQuery) is usually due to the speed of obtaining results, the relative simplicity and brevity of the final code, and not by the desire to achieve some of the super high performance (in terms of speed) of the front part of the project.

Another example, which seems to have voiced someone- a design JQuery, doing just FE developers, at least initially. - Salvado commented on June 14th 19 at 21:09
June 14th 19 at 21:05
found one of the links, and then:
- Popular CMS (WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, etc) // it just do not need anyone, ever.
- Databases and query languages (SQL, MySql, NoSQL, MongoDB, etc.)
- Graphical editors (Photoshop, Illustrator etc.)
- ... to understand server technology (Node.js, PHP, Ruby, .NET, etc.) - josefina28 commented on June 14th 19 at 21:08
and I think that that's right it says - Salvado commented on June 14th 19 at 21:11
CMS does not need anyone to frontengine, node.js worked out slightly and database is desirable - maryjane.Corkery commented on June 14th 19 at 21:14
June 14th 19 at 21:07
The designer is responsible only for the picture, that's all the had. Frontend programmer responsible for the behaviour: menuh die and fall of, tabs and the whole SPA. Usually it's one person, but not always.
June 14th 19 at 21:09
Knowledge and behavior of vanilla js
June 14th 19 at 21:11
> What exactly allows the coder, "able" (beautiful word) to use ready-made solutions and others like them to be reborn in Pontedera?

I guess the ability to write these ready-made solutions.

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