Client is the "front end" and server is the "back end"
visual basic is a front end Oracle is a back end
No. I would use "front-end or back-end load." Use a hyphen when "front-end" or "back-end" is being used as an adjective, otherwise do not.
Yes they do. The front end has a mouth,
Java can be used for both front end and back end coding.
Yes, the earthworm does have a front and back.
* * * * * == == * * * * * == == * * * * * == ==
Like the Motor moved back and the front end went foward,,just seems like the drive shaft is to short
back-end - SAP ERP application accessed via SAP GUI front-end - application accesed via SAP Portal
It is the back end of the barrel, The front end is the muzzle.