for someone who do desktop app all the time. what i need to switch to web with c# background?

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  • Newman

    Newman is a command-line collection runner for Postman

    If you decide to go the second route, just focus on a front end framework and mock out an API with something like Postman (much like you'd mock one out for a unit test). You will deeeefinitely need to know not only Javascript, but the ecosystem that comes along with it (Node, npm, maybe Jest or Typescript). You will also need to know CSS, and possibly a UI framework like Bootstrap or Foundation.

  • jest

    Delightful JavaScript Testing.

    If you decide to go the second route, just focus on a front end framework and mock out an API with something like Postman (much like you'd mock one out for a unit test). You will deeeefinitely need to know not only Javascript, but the ecosystem that comes along with it (Node, npm, maybe Jest or Typescript). You will also need to know CSS, and possibly a UI framework like Bootstrap or Foundation.

  • Zigi

    The context switching struggle is real. Zigi makes context switching a thing of the past. It monitors Jira and GitHub updates, pings you when PRs need approval and lets you take fast actions - all directly from Slack!

  • Foundation

    The most advanced responsive front-end framework in the world. Quickly create prototypes and production code for sites that work on any kind of device.

    If you decide to go the second route, just focus on a front end framework and mock out an API with something like Postman (much like you'd mock one out for a unit test). You will deeeefinitely need to know not only Javascript, but the ecosystem that comes along with it (Node, npm, maybe Jest or Typescript). You will also need to know CSS, and possibly a UI framework like Bootstrap or Foundation.

  • Bootstrap

    The most popular HTML, CSS, and JavaScript framework for developing responsive, mobile first projects on the web.

    If you decide to go the second route, just focus on a front end framework and mock out an API with something like Postman (much like you'd mock one out for a unit test). You will deeeefinitely need to know not only Javascript, but the ecosystem that comes along with it (Node, npm, maybe Jest or Typescript). You will also need to know CSS, and possibly a UI framework like Bootstrap or Foundation.

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