Creating Web Interfaces: Where to Start


More than brick-and-mortar, computer code and pixels are the foundation of the 21st century economy. If you’ve ever looked at “Page Source” or “Developer Tools” in your browser, you’ve likely encountered a mess of text, and wondered how that makes the web page work. Web developers call Graphical User Interfaces (GUIs) collectively the front-end of a web page, in contrast to the back-end. The front-end is what the user can manipulate, take action with, and otherwise use. The back-end can be thought of as the infrastructure that contains and supports all the information and tasks implied by the front-end. This…

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