"Backends" are typically platforms without UI, such as a headless CMS system or API middleware platform. Often includes storage, though not always.

Generalized feature list:

"What is BaaS?": "you will outsource the responsibilities of running and maintaining servers to a third party and focus on the frontend or client-side development. On top of that, a BaaS will provide tools to help you create a backend code and speed up the development process. It has ready to use features like scalable databases, APIs, cloud code functions, social media integrations, file storage, and push notifications." "A backend as a service will provide you with features that can be deployed across all types of applications:

"What is BaaS?": "Backend-as-a-Service (BaaS) allows developers to focus on the frontend of their applications and leverage backend services without building or maintaining them. BaaS and serverless computing share some similarities, and many providers offer both, but the two models have several differences." ... "Backend-as-a-Service (BaaS) is a cloud service model in which developers outsource all the behind-the-scenes aspects of a web or mobile application so that they only have to write and maintain the frontend. BaaS vendors provide pre-written software for activities that take place on servers, such as user authentication, database management, remote updating, and push notifications (for mobile apps), as well as cloud storage and hosting." ... "BaaS providers offer a number of server-side capabilities. For instance:

"How I write backends"

"Backend best practices": An evolving description of general best practices for backend development.

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Last modified 31 December 2022