How To Become A Frontend Developer On Web3?

If you follow the news as much as you think, you might have encountered web3 and the buzz around it. in the past 2 years, a new concept of the web called web3 has been widespread. Many say that it’s the future of the internet. That’s why today we will talk about how you could become a frontend developer on web3 and be ahead of others.

if you don’t know what web3 is, we briefly describe it in this article and its difference from the metaverse.

Become a Frontend Developer

Front end on Web3 Guide


Frontend developers use their coding skills to create the user-facing elements of a website. The developer’s job is to code the part of a website or application that the user sees and interacts with.

They take backend data and transform it into something easily understandable, visually appealing, and fully functional for the average user. Being at the crossroads of art and coding requires both hard and soft skills. Front-end developers must be able to code in a few key programming languages.  They have to use their creativity in a fast-paced work environment. They are usually familiar with JavaScript, HTML, and CSS. These languages are the foundation of any website. The structure of a website is provided by HTML, the style is provided by CSS, and the interactive or dynamic elements are provided by JavaScript.

After learning the three programming language pillars of website design, a front-end developer may need to learn additional languages, techniques, libraries, or frameworks such as:

  • React
  • Redux.
  • Vue.js
  • Angular

On top of the coding skills required of a front-end developer, there are a few key skills that all developers need to be successful:

  • Understanding of application program interfaces (APIs)
  • Knowledge of programming patterns
  • Being comfortable with the command line
  • Using Git

Once you’ve gotten so solid experience in building frontend apps on the traditionally Web2 space, it’s time to move further and take steps into Web3.

A Frontend Developer on Web3

To start, we need to have a rough idea about a developer’s stacks. A developer stack is a collection of technologies a developer possesses. For example, MEAN (MongoDB, Express.js, AngularJS/Angular, and Node.js) and MERN (MongoDB, Express.js, React, and Node.js) are common web developer stacks. Similarly, web3 development has a stack — the web3 developer stack. Let’s take a lot of what that includes.

We can imagine web3 as a car and web3 libraries/DApps are the car’s chassis, smart contracts/blockchain are the internal hardware components, wallets act as the driver’s license, and the node is the fuel that is needed to run the car. Let’s take look at all of the separately:

Web3 dApps or Libraries

Web3 libraries make it simple to interact with the blockchain, conduct transactions, and interact with smart contracts. We can create decentralized applications that live on the blockchain or interact with it by using a web3 library., such as web3.js, ethers.js, and

Smart contracts

Smart contracts are snippets of code that live on the blockchain. They operate within the blockchain and are unchangeable. Solidity is the most commonly used programming language for smart contracts. The majority of developers write, compile, and deploy contracts using Remix IDE. However, tools such as Bunzz make it easier to deploy smart contracts without writing any code. Without the hassle of Solidity, you can quickly deploy smart contracts and build DApps.

About Wallets

Wallets In Web3

A blockchain wallet address serves as an individual’s identity while also storing the owner’s various cryptocurrencies. Whenever we want to perform a write operation on the blockchain, we must first verify the transaction and pay a fee to the network; this is made easier by using a wallet, such as MetaMask.

The Providers Of Web3

To obtain data from the blockchain, nodes or Web3 providers are required; nodes run a copy of the blockchain. Nodes are an essential component of the web3 developer stack because a web3 library cannot interact with smart contracts without them. They act as a portal into the blockchain realm. You can take courses on Udemy or YouTube to get familiar with these technologies and begin to build web3 solutions in no time.

The End Road

That’s it! you might be surprised but now you just took your first steps to become e frontend developer in wb3. as it’s clear the journey would be a long one for people with no background on these topics. you have to work hard and stay consistent to have the result that you are looking for. Especially in learning how to code, the first key is to practice. This key is the only thing that will distinguish develop[pers and coders from amateurs. Most of the things that you learn will be the same as other learners as they are the basics. But a huge amount of other things you will learn along the way by trying and falling and trying again.

Don’t Be Afraid!

Motivation Quotes

if I want to give a small piece of advice, don’t be afraid. don’t be afraid to try new things and get out of your comfort zones. Most of us are trapped in the same circle until we die so being out there and experiencing yourself is the only thing you can do as a favor to yourself.

Be you because no one else will be. 😉

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