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In this week’s Web Perfectionist 101, learn about the valuable differentiation between front end and back end development.  As 80-90% of user experience time is front end, which should indicate the priority that developers (even full-stack devs) should place on improving front-end performance.

Front End (User Interface)

  • CSS
  • JavaScript
  • HTML

Back End (server-side)

  • Servers
  • Applications

Watch this explainer video to understand how the two types of development come together to form performant websites.  See how with changing roles and abilities of development that front-end and back-end development are coming together more than they ever have before.  Start your Rigor trial today! Watch below or click here.

 

 

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