In previous years, To create an application scratch a developer would have to struggle a lot. Because to create an s/w application it would take many steps beginning from coding, compiling, Testing, Debugging, Build, and Development. …
VS code is very powerful and very interactive code editor for beginners. Even most of the professional programmer also use the editor because of its versatile nature and the most popular reason is the vast extension library marketplace, owned by Microsoft.
Well! I’m not going to write the boring old-school type paragraph in this content you usually see in the blog, In my personal experience, some word that describes the User Interface (UI) and User Experience (UX) is:
Navigation, Sub-Navigation, Menus, drop-downs, buttons, links, windows, rounded corners, shadowing, error messages, alerts, updates, checkboxes, password fields, search fields, text inputs, radio selections, text areas, hover states, selection states, pressed states, tooltips, banner ads, embedded videos, swipe animations, scrolling, clicking, iconography, colors, lists, slideshows, alt text, badges, notifications, gradients, pop-ups, carousels, OK/Cancel, etc. etc. etc.