Frontend development is the process of creating websites, graphical interfaces for web apps, or entire web apps running in web browsers.
What is the frontend?
Frontend refers to the part of a website or web app functionality that is visible and accessible to users. The frontend usually includes HTML pages that display static content and JavaScrip code that generates dynamic content and powers animated UI elements.
What are the frontend languages?
What is the difference between frontend and backend web development?
Frontend and backend web development deal with different layers of web apps. The code that frontend developers write runs in users’ browsers. The code produced by backend developers runs on servers. In complex projects, frontend developers are responsible for user interfaces only. However, when it comes to building small projects, they can build the entire app. For example, a frontend developer can create a web app that doesn’t need a server and a database but have all its code running in the browser.
How do frontend and backend connect?
The frontend of an app or website can interact with its backend by sending HTTP or AJAX requests. In response, it can receive HTML and other static files or data in XML or JSON format.