Blog on Web Development.

Frontend development is responsible for what you see on your screen, while backend development handles everything else that happens behind the scenes to make your website work. Frontend developers build websites using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, whereas backend developers use languages like Python and Ruby to seamlessly handle data requests. As you might imagine, they don’t always collaborate smoothly—but we’ll delve into that later!

 The difference between web development and backend development lies in the fact that web development deals with everything visible to a user on the internet, while backend development refers to all the programming, data management, and retrieval that occur behind a website or app. So, when you need to find something online, you are likely using backend development, whereas when you check your email on Gmail or browse Facebook, you are utilizing web development.

 Regarding the design differences between Frontend & Backend Development Teams, for web development, frontend development deals with user interface and designing it in an appealing way. Backend development handles database management and integration with other systems, which can be challenging to learn and manage independently.

 Frontend, also known as the “client-side” of the application, is the part of the website that the user sees and interacts with. It includes everything that users directly experience, including images, text styles, colours, tables, graphs, buttons, navigation menus, and more. The languages used for front-end development are CSS, HTML, and JavaScript.

 Speaking of frontend and backend, the backend is the server-side of any website, responsible for storing and arranging data while ensuring everything works fine on the client-side of the site. It is the part of a website or web app that users cannot see or interact with directly.

 The parts and features designed by the backend professionals are accessed indirectly by the users through the front-end app.

 The future scope of web development aims to provide the best user experience on any device and screen size. With the majority of internet users accessing content on mobile devices, developers are focusing on responsive design techniques that allow a site to dynamically adapt to different screen sizes. This means that with the click of a button, a site can be optimized for viewing on anything from an iPhone to a desktop computer monitor.

 The most popular tools for full stack development are JavaScript, HTML, CSS, and Ruby on Rails. Before choosing a specific toolset to learn, it’s important to know your needs.

 For example, if you need to develop an application that will be responsive across all platforms, from desktop to mobile device screens, then it’s better to start with JavaScript, HTML, and CSS (or Sass).

 JavaScript frameworks such as AngularJS or Ember JS can also be helpful when building single-page applications with rich user interfaces.

We are grateful to Marathwada Mitra Mandal’s College of Engineering, Pune, Mr. Jintendra Chavan faculty coordinator of IT Tech Club MMCOE, the Head of the IT department Dr. Rupali Chopade, and the Principal Dr.V.N.Gohokar sir for providing me the chance to showcase my blog.

Prasad Kachare.

President of IT TECH CLUB MMCOE.

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