The browser, which started as an app to display HTML on the screen, is now a powerful application runtime that can execute JavaScript at light speed.

Think about Google Maps, Gmail, and other applications that are really highly interactive and yet provide you a great user experience, in a very fast way.

As a Web developer, the browser is one tool that’s really required to know inside out.

If you start from zero, I would recommend you study 2 things:

  1. What happens when you type a URL in the address bar and press enter
  2. How to use the Developer Console offered by your browser

That’s a good start.

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