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Difference between Front-end and Back-end?

9/18/2018 12:54:05 AM

Shalini R

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Other people can elaborate on this a lot more, but: Front-end(client-side): HTML(necessity) CSS(styling) Javascript(and various frameworks) (functionality) Back-end(server-side): PHP(Forms) MySQL(Database)

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It is a matter of what you see and what you don't see on the Internet. - There's the frontend : all the code, calculations and command that are responsible for what you see on your browser/application (as Jay said, like HTML, CSS and JavaScript) - There's the backend : all the instructions and data necessary to get what you see are stored somewhere on the server and it is managed by backend technologies for : the data stored (like MySQL) and the instructions on how to use/manage it and bring it to your browser (PHP, Javascript, ...)

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