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Application Programming Interface (or API)
An API, or application programming interface, is a set of rules that determines how programs can interact with one another. These rules allow programmers to design their programs to work together for a cohesive experience.
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) give coders aesthetic control over their web creations. When you know how to work with CSS, you can exercise your creativity with front-end elements such as fonts, color, and layout.
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An essential consideration in a mobile-powered world, responsive design ensures that the layout and dimensions of websites and applications adjust to the screen size on which they’re viewed — desktop, smartphone, tablet, or otherwise.
Web browsers like Google Chrome, Apple Safari, and Mozilla Firefox are how ordinary users interact with website and web applications every day. Explore these “windows to the web,” and discover how computer code is transformed into visible content that we can interact with.