Back end web development is the programming of your back office in a web based environment. Back end development can be the programming of back office software written to run on the web or in a Windows computer. Some web site applications are designed to handle a companies back office. These applications can streamline a businesses day to day operations. A lot of software developers are moving away from Windows based software and reinventing their developments for either the front end or back end of a web site.
Unlike front end development where a programmer is writing code that makes it possible for the pages of a web site to exist, the back end developer is writing code so the web site owner can easily administrate their web site. Most web sites today have a back end that is never seen by the web site user. Web site owners use the back end of their content management systems to write articles, create web pages and add products. Web developers are constantly programming back end applications that make the administration of a web site user friendly.
With today’s technology businesses are hiring web development companies to write databases that help organize and streamline their day to day operations. Programs that use a database to keep track of a trucking companies loads, invoices and customers are being written as back end development. The users in the office use a password to log into a secure admin area where they can make entries and keep track of their sales and customer base.
Tibbetts Internet is a web development company that specializes in both front end and back end development. We write web applications that can be used in conjunction with a web site. We also write web based database software that is designed to streamline business. In the process of writing back end database applications for business, we start with systems analysis to determine what processes need to be programmed into your business software. We specialize in writing these custom applications and automating business processes whenever possible.
When we write a back end database application for a company, we offer a couple different hosting options for the software. This includes either a dedicated or virtual private server to host the business database. To assure that the general Internet is not accessing the companies back office database, we set up a firewall and virtual private network to limit access to the system.