> > Handcoding is good for generating html in any server scripting language,
> > good for doing the tricky/finicky stuff, but sorely unproductive for
> > producing the pretty interface.
> I dunno, doesn't function come first, looks later?
Caveat: I'm talking user apps here.
Sometimes... it depends on how hard the backend is, and how different the
presentation (front end) is from the process (backend).
If it's bigger than trivial, I tend to design front and back end seperately,
then fit them together. Surprisingly to many coders, the users don't care at
all about the backend; just the ease of use of the front end, (functionality
of front end too, maybe as number two criterion).
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