Front-end vs back-end: What's the difference?15,159 ViewsSep 24, 2021
The terms “front-end” and “back-end” are thrown around all the time in web development. But what exactly do they mean?
In this video, we break down the differences between the “front-end” and the “back-end.” In short, the “front-end” is what visitors or users see when they interact with a program, application, or platform. The “back end” is where programmers create processes to make those interactions run smoothly.
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