Front-End development techniques are used to create portions of the application that run in the browser (on the client side), while Back-End development techniques are used to create sections of the application that run on the server side.
Technology has a way of evolving continuously. Based on how it keeps changing, user behavior and web based apps too continue to change. Programming languages and tools are most certainly directly affected by these changes. What may be the most popular language today may be a forgotten story tomorrow. Each day, a new enhancement threatens to turn a familiar language or framework archaic and obsolete. While out of the two that we are about to discuss in today’s blog none have been pushed over to t
The web application industry has been gaining massive momentum ever since Google and Facebook launched their web apps. If you are dreaming of launching your own web app but are stuck at the decision of whether your web application needs a front-end framework, this blog will help you see things more clearly. To arrive at the final conclusion, we will take you through all the relevant parts of the web development process that have a bearing on this decision. What is a web application, exactly? A