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  • arabic equivalen to 'Front-end' and 'back-end'

    السلام عليكم

    these are software terms used frequently. Wondering what will be their equivalent in arabic:

    Front-end (things you can see and interact e.g a webpage)
    Back-end (thing that are behind the scenes e.g. you email data stored in some database that you don't interact directly with)

    Thanks
    Mumtaz

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    Re: arabic equivalen to 'Front-end' and 'back-end'

    Originally posted by makcalif View Post
    السلام عليكم

    these are software terms used frequently. Wondering what will be their equivalent in arabic:

    Front-end (things you can see and interact e.g a webpage)
    Back-end (thing that are behind the scenes e.g. you email data stored in some database that you don't interact directly with)

    Thanks
    Mumtaz
    I would help you brother, but I genuinely do not understand what the front end and back end means in this context.

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    • #3
      Re: arabic equivalen to 'Front-end' and 'back-end'

      One way could be to think like this. You go to a company that serves customers like they sell mobile phones. They have a display section in the front of the factory where customers can buy mobile phone products and behind is their factory.

      So the office is like 'front-end'
      and the factory behind that makes products for 'front-end' is called 'back-end'

      Thanks

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      • #4
        Re: arabic equivalen to 'Front-end' and 'back-end'

        Originally posted by makcalif View Post
        One way could be to think like this. You go to a company that serves customers like they sell mobile phones. They have a display section in the front of the factory where customers can buy mobile phone products and behind is their factory.

        So the office is like 'front-end'
        and the factory behind that makes products for 'front-end' is called 'back-end'

        Thanks
        Front side: الجانب الامامي 'al janeb al amamy' or الجهة الامامية 'al jiha al amamiyya'
        back side: الجانب الخلفي 'al janeb al khalfi' or الجهة الخلفية 'al jiha al khalfiyya)

        Sorry if this isn't what you are looking for.
        Last edited by Sarah5; 04-10-16, 08:10 PM.

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