What is a Front-End Application?
A front-end application, commonly known as the interface of an application, is the layer or element that the user has the ability to use, see, and interact with through buttons, images, interactive elements, navigational menus, and text.
How do front-end applications work?
Applications work from back end to front end. The process all starts with a design. When the design and content of a page are determined, then a front-end developer can begin development of the application.
Once the front end of an application has been developed, the user can access it. Upon opening a front-end application, the user immediately begins interacting with the fonts, colors, and flow of the interface. These elements guide the user through navigation of the application, while the back end simultaneously gathers data insights from the interactions.
What is an example of a front-end application?
· HTML lays the actual foundation for every site that lives on the web through enablement of page display. Without HTML, the Internet browser does not have any information about the layout and display of a page. The process begins with parsing, ensuring that every tag in the file is considered and included.
· CSS determines the layout and style of web pages. This front-end application is critical for complete customization of a web page, as it enables adjustment and modification of every element of the content, including font size, spacing, animations.
What is the difference between the front end and the back end?
There are several key differences between the front end and the back end of websites, and every website demands both front and back end in order to function as a site. The key difference between the front and back ends lies in render location. Back-end development enables server-side rendering for data processing and storage, and front-end development enables render for user interfacing.
Formed as a basis for the server side of an application, this side is the brain of a website and is not accessible to the user. Without the ability to be viewed by the user, back-end applications such as Ruby and Python dictate everything that happens behind the scenes of a website. It is the server’s responsibility to process all requests that a front-end user makes, while simultaneously storing data and critical insights that will benefit the owner of the site.
HPE and front-end applications
With the cost of cloud skyrocketing, unreliable performance, and jeopardized security in the cloud, enterprise organizations must consider running some applications on-premises. An on-premises server for line-of-business applications can give you greater security and control capabilities. With HPE Small Business Solutions for Applications, you can experience better performance, heightened security, greater control, and lower costs. And you won’t have to worry about bandwidth issues or service outages that have impacted your productivity in the past.
HPE Small Business Solutions for Applications also has extension capabilities that enable a hybrid cloud environment with HPE Cloud Volumes and Microsoft Azure for Applications and Backup. These applications are built on HPE ProLiant Gen10 servers—tested, optimized, and validated for on-premises and hybrid cloud needs. Our servers deliver unmatched workload optimization, security, and automation for your hybrid cloud environment. HPE ProLiant servers provide an intelligent compute foundation, available as a service.
HPE Pointnext Services simplify operations through educating your IT staff with a variety of offerings such as HPE Foundation Care and Education. These resources allow you to reduce time spent on OT tasks, while simultaneously improving IT reliability.