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User Interface

For you, What is a user interface (UI) and latency in simplier terms ?

2/20/2021 4:22:39 PM

thatstupidcoder

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It is interaction between user and computer in particular software which is sensible in human. some times it is also called graphical user interface (GUI) which is bit different from UI. in this case GUi has Images , ease of usablity, beautiful and accessible ui but there are things like CLI(command line interface) which can be ui but not gui https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/User_interface good luck

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thatstupidcoder I recommend front end for ui(user interface).

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for me, the backend is better. I like the frontend less

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salaries? I guess I didn't recognize it. as for the complexity, as far as I understand it can be yes, more difficult. but in the frontend, you will encounter harmful clients who will constantly not like something in the interface, you will get tired of endless edits. you will also be dependent on a graphic designer to provide you with the right material to work in a certain format. and it doesn't always go so smoothly. I don't mean big companies. they most likely have the process set up as it should be

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here are some more disadvantages of the frontend: you always need to keep in mind the features of all browsers, and adapt your code to each of them... there are also a huge variety of device screen sizes... under them, too, you will need to adapt, then test it all, so that it looks beautiful everywhere...

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and finally, think about how you will protect your work, when for example you will provide it to the customer, so that he does not steal it and does not pay for it

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😁 that's what you should have thought of first. it's much easier to protect yourself in the backend. let's say you will write programs in Javascript in the frontend. where is the javascript code executed? in the browser, on the client side. the code is not protected in any way, it is in plain text and it is easy to copy and steal it. maybe the problem is solved with the help of external scripts, i.e. the code will be remotely connected to the page. but I can't say for sure, because I haven't studied this issue

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and as an example, try to find the php code on the page in the browser 😁. it simply isn't there. it is located on the server, in a secure location.

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which do you think is better a front end developer or a back end ?

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Ярослав Вернигора(Yaroslav Vernigora) why do you prefer back end than front end ?

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do you have or have had any experience working in the frontend?

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Ярослав Вернигора(Yaroslav Vernigora) not really, I just want to hear your insights so that I have an idea of which is better

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But for me I think back end is harder than front end ?

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and I also heard that the salary pays well in back end programming ?

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I'm not trying to dissuade you in any way, everyone chooses what they like. in my case, I did it once and forgot. need to make some changes? please, but not in such a way that it happens again and again.

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It’s okay! Thank you so much for sharing your insight ☺️ it will really help me in deciding what to take in the future.

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ohmy I did not really expect to think about protecting my work. I am not aware that there are people who will desperately steal someone’s work.