Front-end development and back-end development
The back end deals with users’ information, data, and the website server, which is why it’s sometimes called server-side development. Front-end development deals with how the user sees and interacts with the website. Think of it as two parts working together to build a website’s functionality.
If we consider the Facebook login page, the graphics on the page are part of the front end of the website, including text boxes and a login button for entering your email and password. After you enter your data and click the login button, the verification happens on the backend of the website.
Why is front-end development important?
Front-end development connects the website design with back-end development. In other words, front-end development creates and manages the user experience by combining back-end data and the user’s interaction with the website.
A good front-end design makes a website less confusing and more accessible to the user so they can use the website more efficiently.
Front-end development tools
There are two ways you can design and build the front end of a website. You can use a platform that does all the heavy lifting for you, or use some low-end tools for more control.
1. High Text Markup Language (HTML)
HTML is the backbone of any website development process and an integral part of every website. High text By HTML it means that the article has links embedded in it. Users who click on a particular page will go to another web page. Marker That is, text can be converted into images, tables or other representations. Think of HTML as the code that provides the framework for how the website will look.
2. Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
CSS controls the presentation of the web page and allows you to give it color and unique style. HTML builds the canvas of your website and CSS is the color you need to design that canvas. You can embed CSS outside, inside, or inside different HTML tags.
Is front-end development easy?
Complex skill set
The main goal of any website is for users to access it from different devices and browsers. A website needs data to be in a format that is easy for the user to read and navigate. Nowadays, that’s not easy as users come to websites from different screen sizes and resolutions. A front-end developer must ensure that their site renders correctly across different browsers and across all operating systems, which requires very careful planning and testing processes.