Back-End Development

What is Back End Development?

Back end development refers to server-side development of an application or website, this part of the development lays focus on how the site functions. The back end generally comprises 3 sections; an application, a database, and a server. Clients can't see the backend work, yet this code is used to convey the information between the browser and the database.

Back-end languages are used to build dynamic websites which are not the same as static websites. Dynamic websites communicate with a database. Content on the site is continually changing and refreshing. Examples of dynamic websites include Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

Why opt for Back End Development with Trugo?

At Trugo, we know that it is not enough to simply do a task that was handed to the developer. What sets our backend developers from the ‘good’ ones is our focus on the end-user. We build features and solve problems that bring value to the end-user of the product. Every project is started and finished with the end-user in mind.

Unlike most backend developers, our developers have a good understanding of front-end web technologies like HTML and CSS, they also know about accessibility, database administration, security compliance and have vast experience in version control with software like git.

Services included in Trugo’s Back End Development

Ruby on Rails - Ruby is a programming language while Rails is an open-source web application system written in Ruby. Ruby on Rails (RoR) is created for adaptation and speed.

Python - Python is a programming language with a cleaner syntax that is built with analytics, scientific programming, data manipulation, and system administration as a main priority

Java - Java is a broadly used programming language used for enterprise applications, web development, and Android development.

C# - C# is a programming language created by Microsoft that is utilized in creating desktop applications.

.Net - .Net is a developer platform comprising libraries, programming languages, and tools for building different types of applications.

 

Benefits of Backend Development

Faster Information Sharing:

As specified earlier, the backend comprises three basic components of a site, i.e., an application, a database, and a server. Every client ought to have the option to give their login name and password while getting to a site's UI. The username ID and the password are checked through runtime. Any detail that the client submits is processed in the backend application in the repositories. The backend regularly recovers data from the database and moves the details to the web interface for the browser to use. Thus, a site's backend works as its server framework and enables the sharing of information.

Adds Functionality Utility To Frontend Development:

When building a site, developers are needed to create backend code to add utility to the functionality of the frontend. For instance, to add functionality to a client login structure, they must write a code utilizing a server-side programming language. The backend code collects the values each time a client enters his login details and compares them with the login information stored in the database. Additionally, the backend code adds functionality to various profiles, accounts, and forms. Without quality backend development, a site cannot function dynamically.