I still want to check the interpretation of the meaning of the frontend and backend.

  • Frontend: Create something that can be displayed in the browser on the client side, such as React or Vue
  • Backend: Making things that run on a server, such as Rails or Laravel


  • Frontend: A system used by the general public
  • Backend: management screen
I feel like there is an interpretation of


Is both correct ...? Please point out if it is different!

  • Answer # 1

    I think it's basically the former.
    When distinguishing languages ​​and skills, I think they are used like front-end writers and front-end engineers.

    The latter may be called in the project if the administrator decides to call the screen used by the backend. If you enter the town, you can follow the town.

  • Answer # 2

    Because it is normal English, its meaning varies depending on the context in which it is used.
    From the perspective of IT system developers, the former is the former, and the latter is the business.
    When considering a company that responds at a window, there is a way of saying that the person who handles the window is the front, and the person who supports and manages behind it is the back.