When you work on the frontend, you design or develop the area of an application or website you can see.

Updated on January 17th, 2024


Imagine working on a car. If you would work on the frontend of a car, it means you would design the exterior, the color of the car, and how the lights look.

It is the opposite of backend development, where you focus on everything under the hood, like how the engine works and fuel consumption.

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