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People commonly use the terms frontend and backend in describing Web development. While frontend and backend development are quite different from each other, they are interdependent, and both play important roles in Web development. In this article, I’ll describe in detail the differences between frontend and backend development and explain what they are.
The frontend, or client-side, refers to the part of a Web application or site that runs in a Web browser—the part that users can see and experience. It typically includes buttons, menus, and navigation bars and comprehends everything else with which the user can interact. Read More