While you keep clicking a website or diving into a mobile application, browsing for its highly defined features there’s one thing that is apparently and quite frankly at the top of your mind – I can use it or maybe it looks exactly the way I wanted it to look.
User experience is very much determined by the look of a website. However, concurrency is another yet an essential aspect that describes a successful website or an application.
Though every backend web development agency finds it hard to deal with dearth of much-deserved recognition, they’re always busy making one product that quite aligns with client specifications.
Starting with defining the role of backend developers have, which many of us would know and some of us wouldn’t –
Imagine you open an Amazon shopping app. You browse through the seemingly never-ending list of products; handpick a couple of them; add to your shopping cart. Now you confirm the shipping address and pay for the products you’ve in your cart. Whatever actions you take are essentially front-end. And this data you enter is saved at a location and this is where backend steps in.
Backend, though remains backstage, is pivotal to adorning your front-end endeavors. An inexperienced web backend development professional can cause a massive blunder in your product offering – resulting in no less than hundreds of bugs.
Languages that bolster companies through their backend capabilities
Some best languages and frameworks can make a real difference to the efforts invested in backend development of an application or a website. For example, eBay and Aliexpress employs NodeJS as the primary language for backend.
Not to mention NodeJS is doing a wonderful job in adding to the efficiency of e-commerce, crowdfunding, payment gateways, and Internet of Things.
It’s quite understood when a backend developer is responsible for introducing a website or an app functionality and interoperability; they can likely make errors – errors that downright fail your product’s performance.
Backend developers have an integral role to play in business functioning in a way that they communicate with prospective industry clients, understand their vision and technical requirements imperative for meeting annual financial goals, and make a crucial decision of using particular tools for creating websites and applications featuring clean, documented lines of code.’
This role extends to the following responsibilities backend developers are expected to perform –
- Work on operating systems
- Create, integrate and manage database
- Work with server-side software
- Work with web server technologies
- Implementing server-side programming languages
- Work with development, deployment, and maintenance of Content Management Systems
- API integration
- Ensure security and prevent hacks
- Contribution in the generation of statistics and analytics
- Backup files and database of a website
What does a backend developer needs to know?
Backend professionals have many options from which they can choose to develop a software product. It’s mainly because the web-powered technology is rooted in open-standards and thus, the choice of technology for backend development of a website or a mobile application largely differs from one organization to the other. However, no matter what technologies a backend developer has worked on for most of his/her professional career, it is very important to keep abreast of tech updates.