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Front-End

What is front-end development? The front-end is everything involved with what the user sees, including design and some languages like 

HTML and 

CSS. 

There are a lot of different jobs associated with the front-end. Keep in mind that a lot of these titles are subjective, so while front-end developer may mean something at one company, it can mean something completely different at another company. 

Here are a few examples of front-end job titles:

  • web designer, you guessed it, designs websites. The job title of web designer is pretty broad, though. A web designer could just be someone who designs the sites in a program like 

    Photoshop or 

    Fireworks and will never touch the code. But in another location, a web designer could do all the design comps in Photoshop, and then be responsible for creating all the HTML and CSS (and sometimes even 

    JavaScript) to go along with it.
     

  • User Interface (UI) Designer is basically a visual designer and is generally focused on design. They're not usually involved in the implementation of the design, but they might know light HTML and CSS so they can communicate their ideas more effectively to the front-end developers.
     

  • User Experience (UX) designers work in the front-end, studying and researching how people use the sites. Then they make changes through a lot of testing.
     

  • Front-End Developer or Designer can create a site without any back-end development. The site they would create without a web developer, or using the back-end, is a static site. A static site is something like a site for a restaurant or hair salon. It doesn't require any information to be stored in a database. The pages will almost always stay the same, unless it's time for a redesign. A front-end developer may be required to have a grasp on testing, as well as be well versed in HTML, CSS and JavaScript. This person may or may not have experience with creating the design in a design program. A different version of this title is front-end engineer. People who work with specific front-end languages like 

    JavaScript Developer are also considered front-end developers.

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  • back-end

    What is back-end web development? The back-end, or the "server-side", is basically how the site works, updates, and changes. This refers to everything the user can't see in the browser, like 

    databases and 

    servers. 

    Usually people who work on the back-end are called back-end programmers or back-end developers. 

    back-end Developers are mostly worried about things like 

    security, structure, and content management. They usually know and can use languages like HTML and CSS, but it’s not their focus. 

    Creating a dynamic site requires back-end developers, or at least back-end development. A dynamic site is a site that's constantly changing and updated in real-time. Most sites are dynamic sites, as opposed to static sites. Facebook, Google Maps and this blog are all considered dynamic sites since their content is constantly changing and updating. 

    A dynamic site requires a database to work properly.  All information is stored in the database, like user profiles or images they've uploaded, or blog posts. Web developers work with programming languages like 

    PHP or 

    .Net, since they need to work with something the database understands. The code they write communicates with the server and then tells the browser what to use from the database

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  • In Conclusion

    Hopefully by now you've got a little better of a grasp on front-end vs. back-end in the web industry. If you're still a little confused about the difference between the front-end and back-end, always remember that the front-end is related to the browser and everything sent to it. If it's got something to do with a database, then it's back-end related. 

    It can be a confusing topic, especially since there's not really an industry standard for what's always in the front-end and what's always in the back-end. There are also a lot of people who work in and understand both the front-end and back-end. Those people are often called 

    Full Stack Developers. 

    Check out Pluralsight's 

    Front-End Web Development: Get Started course if you're looking to delve a little deeper into front-end languages, especially if you're already comfortable or familiar with HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Or if you want to do a little more research, check out these comprehensive posts on everything to know about 

    becoming a software developer or 

    web developer.


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