Front End Web Developer
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Frequently Asked Questions
Decent salaries, high demand, job security, and plenty of options for mobility are just some of the perks that come with a career in front-end web development. Employers look for problem solvers, not just people who can code, but people who can sit down with visual and user experience designers to solve major challenges.
Front-end development is a pretty flexible field in terms of where and when it can get done. The amount of freelance work available tends to be just as plentiful as full-time openings
Back-end developers tend to work with the server-side technologies that power the site’s functionality.
The two roles are closely related in that they must generally work together to create a fully functioning website. The split itself comes from how the web is architected at a fundamental level, where the client-side is generally referred to as the browser, and the server-side is the technology stack that receives requests and generates responses.