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General Discussion

How does front-end and back-end code merge after completion?

I want to have a better understanding of the overall process of development from beginning to end, rather than just typing out code everyday. If you can point me to any good resources on this kind of information as well that would be fantastic. Thanks.

2 Answers

there really isn't a beginning and end per say, but generally what you do is start with HTML, design the HTML with CSS then add interactivity with JavaScript (mostly frontend, sometimes backend), then to add functionally you use a backend language.

an example would be writing a post in this forum.

here is a blog post on it

Can you please give me a link to that blog post Jacob? lol.

Sorry about that.

frontend and backend

No problem. Thank you.