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Himanshu sGarg
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I have developed an image editor using Java Swing which loads image from a filesystem and saves it back to the filesystem. I want to know what is the backend and frontend for my application?
 
Maneesh Godbole
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Huh? This question doesn't make any sense to me. You say you have developed an application and then ask what is the FE/BE?
Could you please rephrase?
 
Campbell Ritchie
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I would suggest front end and back end are not terms usually used for image viewers. They are terms commonly used for compilers and similar. You ought to have a part of your app which opens and closed the images; you might say that is analogous to a back end. If so, the display is analogous to a front end.
 
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