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5 famous back end framework for web development

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Over the past decade, the Web has become completely integrated into the fabric of society. Most businesses have websites, and this latter caused the web development field to be extremely demanded nowadays.The field of web development is divided in two parts back-end development and front-end development. In this blog we are going to talk about the former one, The back-end is another name for the server. It’s everything after the browser. It includes server platforms like PHP, Python, Java, Ruby, and Node.js, as well as databases and other technologies. Back-end development contains so many frameworks which aims to facilitate the process of developing web sites and we are going to mention the five that's making the buzz in this domain so let carry on

1-Laravel:

Laravel is a highly flexible PHP framework, and it makes complicated tasks easier to do. It focuses on a shallow learning curve and on minimizing the steps between starting a new app and publishing it and helps you bring your ideas to reality with no wasted code, using modern coding standards, surrounded by a vibrant community, with an empowering ecosystem of tools.

2-Django:

Django is a free and open-source Python back-end web framework that removes the tedium of building websites by providing most of the required behavior. it has a collection of components that are designed to work together, and they cover many of the common areas of web development. An important aspect of Django is that many of its components are independent and, therefore, can be used individually without having to load all of them.also Django follows the Don’t Repeat Yourself (DRY) principle. so that means you will never need to repeat your code and most of all Django is a framework whose main goal is perfection.

3-Express JS

Express is a minimal and flexible Node.js web application framework that provides a robust set of features for web and mobile applications, It has been called the de facto standard server framework for Node.js, this latter is considered the most famous amongst the other Node frameworks due to making back-end development a piece of cake and gave programmers some additional features to extend their server-side coding

4-Spring

Spring is an open source modular framework for the JVM platform. Today, Spring is the de facto framework for Java development it has extensions for building web applications on top of the Java EE, it contains features that enable testability, reliability, and flexibility to application, this framework is known to be easy to learn.

5-Flask:

Flask is the Python web framework that we are going to use.It is a small framework by most standards designed as an extensible from the ground up; it provides a solid core with the basic services, while extensions provide the rest, which allows you to pick and choose the extension packages that you want, The two advantages of the Flask framework is it has a very well-designed API, is very easy to learn

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+1 Express JS

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It's perfect right?

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It's perfect right?

well of the group, its the only one i've used.

laravel is php, which i haven't used in ~10yrs, since i went nodejs

i'm NOT a fan of Java (too fat n ugly), so spring is out for me

i've heard about django, but i don't know anything about flask, but they're both python? what's the difference? newer? lighter? maybe i'd try it, but i don't know the advantage

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Yeah sir you're right they are both python frameworks the difference is that django comes with full packages it has every thing you need and way more that means you don't have to install any other extensions. on the other hand flask is a small framework (lightweight ) it provides a solid core with the basic services the rest is accomplished by installing extensions which permits you to add only the ones you need Hope i answered your question

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flask is a small framework (lightweight ) it provides a solid core with the basic services the rest is accomplished by installing extensions which permits you to add only the ones you need Hope i answered your question

absolutely! and thank you for the education

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You are always welcome

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