What is the difference between Object Orientated Programming (OOP) and MarkUp? That is the question we got this week.
To me this question is relatively simple. I would like to compare OOP and MarkUp to a car where OOP is the motor and MarkUp the bodywork. The MarkUp determines where the buttons, the wheels and the doors are – the part of the car that the user deal with, while the OOP makes the car drive and is often the part that the user should keep his hands off of. In other words frond-end and back-end.