backend development

To put it simply, back-end development is everything that goes on behind the scenes in the development and maintenance of any given computer software. The user is commonly faced with the very tip of the iceberg and is often unaware of the complex network of code upon which it is all built. Back-end development may include any code that is not directly linked to user interface. Whether it is web development, writing APIs or even systems of scientific programming, the back-end portion is the vast majority that is unseen.

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Both aspects of development are equally as important and one side cannot exist without the other. Back-end development provides the architecture of the system, dealing with the logic, implementation of algorithms and problem-solving to ensure its successful operation. Most developers would agree that it is the more challenging and time-consuming of the development process, without belittling the importance of front-end development. These two types of developers require a knowledge of different languages. For example, front end developers need to know HTML, CSS and JavaScript while back end developers PHP web frameworks, Ruby on Rails or ASP.NET MVC. A back end developer runs code on the web server and front end developers write code that runs inside the user's browser.