What is Backend Development and various technologies for Backend Development?

What is BackEnd Technology?

PHP:

  • PHP open source and free to use by all.
  • PHP powers 80% of the websites used over the internet.
  • PHP is easy to learn and understand and can be used to be embedded in HTML pages.
  • there are many third party frameworks and tools developed using PHP.
  • various content management systems such as wordpress, Magento, Drupal are created using PHP.
  • PHP makes it possible to manage the aspects of database as well as the admin aspects of the web application print easily and effectively.

Python

  • Python is open source and can be used by all, no licences is required to run and use python.
  • It is easy to understand and comprehend, therefore it makes an apt language for the the process of backend development.
  • Python is able to provide high performance throughput when it comes to designing web applications or any kind of back end application.
  • There are various frameworks and tools available for using Python as a backend application.

JavaScript:

  • JavaScript is easy to learn and implement.
  • It is open source meaning that there is no licences or expensive subscription need to use it.
  • It tools and frameworks that are made and developed by third party companies are available and this makes the managing of backend applications pretty easy and effective.

Java

  • Java is open source and anybody and everybody can use it.
  • Various tools and frameworks that utilise Java for managing the backend of Java based applications are present.
  • Java is easy to learn and implement.
  • The high-performance nature of Java makes it apt for backend development.

Ruby On Rails

  • Open source software which means that anybody can use the Technology.
  • Easy to learn and implement touch making it suitable for backend development.
  • Run on top of python which provide high performance interface for managing traffic.

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