What does front-end mean?

The portion of a website or piece of software you see and use as an Internet user is called the front-end (also known as the client-side).
Front-end coding languages enable a website to operate without constantly “communicating” with the Internet when data is transmitted from a server to a browser.

Users can interact with a website and play movies, expand or decrease photos, highlight text, and more thanks to front-end code.
Client-side development is done by web developers that specialise in front-end code.

Updated on November 29, 2022

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