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Basically: front-end is how it looks, back-end is how it works :)
As an additional, "full-stack" would be both at same time.
Janning⭐ well explanation 👏👏🔥
Good question Thanks for the information 💗
Front end is is the look of webpage. Front end is UI by which a user can interact to it. Back end is the process running on server when u works on a website. It is the working of a website.
Alexander Santos What I mean is that this question already exist. So no need to explain it furtherly because she/he (janning) already linked the existing question. :)
Simply said, front end is the UI that user interacts with(client), and the back end is everything running on the server(server)[requests, databases and others]
Front End is client side, Back End server side
Suppose you open your Facebook. Whatever you see on the screen whether it's your profile picture, news posts, friend's information a, all these things comes under front end domain. While the process through which you got login in Facebook or open your friend's photo or even different news posts that you see every time you reload the page, all these are done through back end. I hope I was able to make it clear.
Kuba Siekierzyński's answer is straight to the point and easy to understand. This should be the best answer.
Sleepy Koala i consider Janning's a best answer. The definition by Kuba is incomplete, but easier to understand. Though, a complete definition is always nice, as on exams this can make you get errors on a basic thing
Yeah, i agree xD
front-end is how it looks, back-end is how it works
Thanks for repeating the first post? (It's one way to think about it, but not quite that simple. There are plenty of things that can happen client-side that won't create a visual manifestation and contributes to how the website works.)