Back-end handles server-side operations and third-party integrations with financial, accounting, CRM’s or other CMS solutions through API gateways, such as RESTful APIs
or using sophisticated protocols like SOAP. More complex back-ends have convenient admin panels to configure systems with ease.
Back-end frameworks are used for various reasons, e.g., Python’s Flask
is highly regarded for its support for security policies; Django
- for clean and pragmatic design. Node.js
JS framework has already evolved into separate back-end technology and is now extended with Express.js
, and many other frameworks. Ruby on Rails
(Ruby) is a swiss knife of back-end technologies, containing tools and modules for rapid web app development. Spring (Kotlin, Java) can provide a great ecosystem and excellent flexibility and maintainability.
Ralabs tech consulting team will help you to figure out what tech stack will suit your web app.