DIFFERENCE BETWEEN FRONTEND AND BACKEND

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WHAT IS FRONTEND DEVELOPMENT? 
 
The end user is at the forefront of frontend developers’ minds. Frontend development is a branch of computer programming that focuses on the coding and creation of user-visible website elements and functionalities. It is involved with making sure that a website’s visual aspects are functional. Consider the frontend to be the “client-side” of an application.
 
Front-end developers make things like:
 
·         Buttons
·         Designs
·         Images
·         Navigations
·         Illustrations
·         Animations
·         Content arrangement
 
FRONTEND LANGUAGES:
 
Frontend developers employ HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, among other languages:
 
·         Hyper Text Markup Language is abbreviated as HTML. It is the most extensively used markup language for web development.
·         Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is an acronym for Cascading Style Sheets. While HTML is used to create the structure of a website, CSS is used to add style and flare. It determines the colours, fonts, and style of another site content.
·         A scripting language called JavaScript can be used to make a website more dynamic and entertaining to use. For instance, you could use it to run a game on your website.
 
The frontend makes use of its own libraries and frameworks. A frontend developer might utilise one or more of the frameworks and libraries listed below:
·         AngularJS
·         React.js
·         jQuery
·         Sass
 
WHAT IS BACKEND DEVELOPMENT?
 
The side of the website that users don’t see is called backend development. It’s what makes a website interactive in the first place. The “server-side” of a website refers to the back end.
 
Backend developers are in charge of the following responsibilities:
 
·         Database administration
·         Application of the framework
·         Writing code
·         Troubleshooting or debugging web applications
 
BACKEND LANGAGES:
 
Backend developers use PHP, C++, Java, Ruby, Python, JavaScript, and Node.js. Here is some further information about a few of these languages:
 
·         PHP is a scripting language that runs on the server.
·         Java is a widely used programming language and platform.
·         Python is a multipurpose programming language. It differs from some of the others we’ve discussed here in that it may be used for all types of software development, not just web development.
 
Frameworks for the back end include:
 
·         Django
·         Rails
·         Laravel
·         Express
·         Spring
 
CONCLUSION
 
By now, the distinction between frontend and backend, as well as the various actions performed by developers on both ends of the wire, should be evident. The client is referred to as the frontend, whereas the server is referred to as the backend.
 
You might be interested in becoming a frontend software engineer if you appreciate working with user interfaces, sound design, and the visual aspects of designing apps. The frontend is intriguing not only visually, but also in terms of programming; you’ll spend hours upon hours writing logic to ensure that your site looks and functions exactly as the designers intended.
 
If you appreciate solving business challenges, creating algorithms, working in the cloud, and establishing services and APIs, backend development is for you.
 
If you enjoy both and are equally enthusiastic and comfortable with all aspects of web application development, a position as a full-stack developer is for you. No matter the path you choose, there has never been a better moment to be a software developer!
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