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In software engineering, the phrases front end confers with the presentation layer, and the information access
layer of software program. In the consumer–server version, the customer is usually considered the front end and the server is normally considered the back end, even when some presentation work is in reality completed at the server itself.
The back-end also known as server-side scripting language is basically as the working, updating and changing of the sites. This refers to everything the consumer can't see within the browser, like databases and servers. The people working on the back-end are called back-end programmers or back-end developers. The backend usually consists of three parts: a server, an application, and a database. Backend technologies usually consist of languages like PHP, Ruby, Python,Java,Node.JS,C# etc.
Types of Websites:
Websites are separated into two different types:
Static websites are fixed and display the same content for everyone.
All the necessary information that determines what’s on the web page is in the frontend code in HTML.
In comparison static websites are easier to create.
Static websites are good for showcasing things like businesses, restaurants, or professional profiles.
Dynamic websites are display different content according to the user preference or requirement.
IT uses advanced programming and databases in addition to HTML
Dynamic websites require a lot of work to be done.
The backend or the server-side is the part of the website that user can’t see. It’s responsible for storing and organizing data, and ensuring that everything on the client-side will literally works. The backend communicates with the front-end for sending and receiving information to be displayed as a web page.
Our Back End Programming Service is all about:
We create a robust data structure and subtle architecture on Java to make the product run smooth and fast.
We use the best framework and utilities to meet the business needs.
We compose a smooth, properly-documented code, which complies with the standards of the programming languages.
We analyze each and every document and operation to reduce potential risks and disasters.
We ensure to hand over the code, which flounder free through unit testing.
We make sure that the product functions exactly the way you have imagined.
We pick the programming language to speak carefully and ensure timely server responses along with the overall sustainable architecture.
Roles and Responsibilities of Backend Developer
The backend developer job is to understand the goals of the website and provide you with powerful answers.
Storing data and additionally making sure that it is exhibited to the consumer who is alleged to have it.
Manage APIs resources which work across devices.
Developers are responsible to organize the logic of the system which runs through various devices.
Backend developer also needs to concern in building frameworks or the architecture to make it easier to program.
Back-end developers should have the skill to implement algorithms and solve system related problems.
Frontend Developer vs. Backend Developer
Team: Front-end developers design the look of the website, by taking user's inputs and modifying it through testing.
Stand-alone Service: Front-end development service can't be offered independently.
Goal: Front-end developers should make sure that the website is accessible to all users, and it remains responsive in all views - mobile and desktop.
Skillsets: The database, Server, API, etc..
Team: Back-end developers develop an application that supports the front-end. It should also provide support, security, and content management.
Stand-alone Service: Back-end development can be offered as an independent service in the form of BaaS (Back-end as a service).
Goal: The back-end team may need to create an application around the
front-end and support it. Moreover, they need to make sure that the website functions properly.
Tools required: MySQL, PHP
TOOLS AND TECHNOLOGIES FOR BACKEND DEVELOPMENT
There are many backend development frameworks and languages each with strengths and weaknesses.Sofstack provides backend programming services in all of them as per the client’s requirements.
Languages & Frameworks:
PHP: First released in 1995, PHP currently has become the world’s most popular server-side scripting
language. PHP is pre-installed on most hosting sites, is known to be easy to use, and has tons of
support. There are many well established PHP frameworks on the market that make developing
applications more intuitive and agile. Some of these are Symfony, Laravel, Phalcon, and Yii
Python: Python is an easy object-oriented open source language. It has become an extremely popular
language for building applications in recent years. This versatile language has an easy syntax.
With the reputation of being fast, easy to learn, and carrying wide support it by many new
programmers. Django and Pyramid are the most popular framework of the Python.
Ruby: Ruby is an open source programming language mostly used with framework Ruby on Rails.
Ever since Rails happen in the picture a decade ago it has continued to scale up as an elegant
way to build dynamic websites quickly and efficiently.
diverse variety of server tools and applications. One notable feature of Node.js is that it
contains a built-in library to allow applications to act as a Web server without software such as
Apache HTTP Server or IIS.
Laravel:Laravel is a powerful MVC PHP framework, designed for developers who need a simple and elegant toolkit to create full-featured web applications. Laravel was created by Taylor Otwell.
Web Server Technologies:
Apache: Apache is an open-source and free web server software that powers many websites around the world. The official name is Apache HTTP Server, and it’s maintained and developed by the
Apache Software Foundation.
MySQL: MySQL is the world’s most popular open source relational database. MySQL is free, easy to setup, and scales fast are some of the primary reasons why it’s the pleasant fit for many backend developers.
PostgreSQL: PostgreSQL is an open source object-relational database management system. It is well known for its reliability, robustness, and performance. PostgreSQL has a variety of libraries of API (Application programmable interface) that are available for a variety of popular programming languages such as Python.
Local Development Environments:
XAMPP: XAMPP is most prevailing, free an open source cross-platform which is one solution to run your web services. XAMPP is developed by ApacheFriends which released in May 2002. XAMPP Stands for Cross Platform(X), Apache(A),
MySQL(M) also Sometimes (M) refers to MariaDB, PHP(P) and Pearl(P).
WampServer: Wampserver is an open source windows development environment. It allows users to create web applications with Apache, PHP, and a MySQL database. Wampserver is known to be particularly easy and intuitive to use.
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