The backend is responsible for storing and managing data, as well as handling server-side logic and processing
The backend, also known as the server-side, refers to the part of a website or web application that users do not interact with directly. It includes the servers, databases, and the application logic that powers the website or application. The backend is responsible for storing and managing data, as well as handling server-side logic and processing.
The backend communicates with the frontend, or client-side, of the website or application to provide data and functionality to the user. The frontend is responsible for displaying the website or application to the user and handling user interactions.
In web development, the frontend and backend are usually developed separately, but they work together to create a seamless user experience. Backend developers are responsible for building and maintaining the server-side components of the website or application, while frontend developers are responsible for implementing the user interface (UI) and design of the website or application.