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Started by Debarghya DasSep 24, 2021

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Difference between frontend, backend, and middleware in web development?

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I was wondering if anyone can compare/contrast the differences between frontend, backend, and middleware ("middle-end"?) succinctly.

Are there cases where they overlap? Are there cases where they MUST overlap, and frontend/backend cannot be separated? In terms of bottlenecks, which end is associated with which type of bottlenecks?

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Techiio-commentatorPeter Daniels replied 3 months ago0 likes0 dislikes

Basically, Middleware links the Front-End and Back-End of the system together acting as a bridge between the Front-End and Back-End. It is often referred to as the glue between the data and the UI. The Middleware is therefore often where the business logic resides.

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