What is Back-End Development?
Back-end development refers to the development of the server-side logic that powers websites and apps behind the scenes.
The back-end is the invisible area of the application where the functions of the program are developed. In contrast to visual frontend applications, backends are responsible for viewing, processing, and analyzing data.
Backend development means working on server-side software, focusing on everything you can't see on a website. Back-end developers ensure that the website performs correctly, focusing on the database, back-end logic, application programming interface (API), architecture, and server.
Front-end and back-end refer to different segments of a product The front end is what we see. When interacting with a product, think about buttons, text, beautiful colors, and the layer you see on your screen.
The back-end powers the front-end but we don't consider it necessary. Think database and server. Back-end development refers to the server-side of development where you mainly focus on how the app or website works. Think of the back-end as the part that the user does not see, with the backbone acting as the logic and code that provides functionality to the application.