Back-End Programming

Back-End Programming

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The development at the back is related to the server-side of the application and everything that provides the browser with access to the database. Back development focuses on how the site works. When the client visits a page and sends a request to access content, the server processes that request and creates a response that is sent back to the browser in the user interface.

This type of web development usually consists of three parts: server, application and database.

Choose the back-end programming technology that best suits you.

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