Frontend or Backend?

Discussion in 'Web Development, Programming & Graphics' started by srki93, Jun 6, 2019.

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Frontend or Backend programmer?

  1. Frontend

    4 vote(s)
    80.0%
  2. Backend

    1 vote(s)
    20.0%
  1. srki93

    srki93 Member

    Do you prefer more to work Frontend like HTML/CSS or Backend like C#,Java?
     
  2. simonko

    simonko New Member

    I like backend much more because I can use PHP my favourite language. but it depends if you like like HTML/CSS or Javascript and PHP.
     
  3. analth

    analth New Member

    I love full stack developing, but if I have to choose, I'll say frontend because it kind of have art element in it. It's not like backend which is mostly logical, in front end you are not only have to let the website working but also design the good looking to let user easy to use, and the color choose is also an art of web designing, so that's the fun thing make me slightly prefer frontend.
     
  4. joshlem

    joshlem New Member

    Back end sucks! You always have to work within so many guidelines. I’m a freelancer for this same reason that I need my space to be creative and go wild with imagination, so I choose front end any day where I can nearly freely express my experience and creativity.
     
  5. younglungu

    younglungu Member

    front end locks
     
  6. Ruelene18

    Ruelene18 Member

    For me frontend, because developers are perceived to have less status thank backend developers, Goof frontend front end development today, though, can be harder than back end development. At the extreme end of the spectrum, it can require a much stronger developer. A frontend is also referred to as the "client-side" as opposed to the backend which is basically the server-side" of the application.
     
  7. Rijumon007

    Rijumon007 Member

    Front end is the part of the website users can see and interact with such as the graphical user interface (GUI) and the command line including the design, navigating menus, texts, images, videos, etc. Back end, on the contrary, is the part of the website users cannot see and interact with..
     

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