Markup Language– HTML 5
Like every other think on web Eventbrite is developed with HTML 5 as a tech stack used to define the behaviors and properties of webpage content by applying a markup-based pattern into it. It helps to give meaning and structure to web contents. For instance, defining paragraphs, data tables, heading or embedding images/videos on the web page. The capability of HTM 5 language is to make it easily readable by the app users and rightly understood by computers, devices or browsers.
CSS (Cascading Styling Sheet)
For applying style to the HTML content, CSS is a language to smoothly describe the presentation of web pages, colors, fonts, and layouts. It helps to control multiple layouts at once. Other aspects streamlined by CSS are:
- Strong features to support website maintenance.
- Flexible with UI approach as per web-based community standards
- Easy to handle dynamic website templates.
- CSS helps in the look-views and app framework styling used in small to large operations which also support to develop ecommerce web platforms and large mobile apps like Eventbrite app from the very scratch.
If you like the user interface of Facebook, Instagram, Netflix, PayPal or Whatsapp, you might like React js too.
Most of the UI of java applications are built using JQuery UI. It is a unique set of design elements like widgets, effects, UI interactions, and themes developed keeping JQuery on the top.
It is a touch optimized web framework of JQuery. This framework helps to build responsive websites and applications which are accessible on mobile, desktop devices, and tablets.
Libraries used by Eventbrite app development