As a result of the pandemic, many companies moved their operations online to continue operating. This shift boosted competition between businesses and technological solutions like language and framework implementations.
Web project management is harder than ever. Given the abundance of current technological advancements, CTOs, and Product Owners may experience FOMO. In the case of huge projects, the hefty cost of every error sends shivers up and down their spines.
This article is useful for addressing such problems. The newest advancements in back end development services will be taken into account. The technological stack that helps you reduce development times while simultaneously boosting performance and security will be given preference.
First Trend: Placing Bets on The Best Possible Infrastructure
The success of a web development project depends on the infrastructure choices used. Performance, scalability, capacity, maintenance costs, etc. are just some of the numerous considerations that should be taken into account while evaluating and contrasting potential architectural solutions. There is room for misunderstanding due to the vagueness. For instance, a lack of DevOps in a microservice design doesn’t always mean worse performance. A cloud platform is one of the finest solutions for rapid development. However, it comes at a high price.
BaaS and PaaS are the two main infrastructure services. Developers like BaaS and dislike PaaS.
Second Trend: JAMstack Instead of Monolithic Architecture Tools
By bringing together the most cutting-edge technologies and frameworks like React, Webpack, React-router, and GraphQL, this movement offers promising prospects for web and app development.
Third Trend: The Widespread Adoption Of Static Site Generators
Software known as static site generators (SSG) is used to generate HTML pages from a given template or component and content. When compared to database-driven CMS (Content Management Systems) and website builders, SSG may prove to be an adequate option.
Using SSG in the creation of cutting-edge edtech or online applications is becoming the norm. The dissimilarity between an ordinary web app stack and SSG is to blame. Using a static site generator eliminates the need to wait till the page is requested and created to receive the page view and begin providing. It affects any website preview during development. Websites built using SSG are more protected from malicious code because of the method of prefetching content.
Gatsby, Gridsome, Eleventy (11ty), and Next to Nuxt are just a few examples of web frameworks that may make managing large-scale content initiatives easier. GatsbyJS is a lightning-quick framework with a well-developed ecosystem; it serves as the foundation for both Figma and Digital Ocean.
Forth Trend: Transitioning To Headless Content Management Systems
Businesses that use headless CMS have an advantage since they may use systems that are both scalable and adaptable. Back-end content management systems, or “headless CMS,” partition the display layer (“head”) from the content repository (“body”).
Headless content management systems envision an interface that lets users control both APIs and content. However, under this approach, the content is not considered while designing the interface. The primary goal is to provide a central location for content storage and distribution that facilitates cooperative content development by editors.
Fifth Trend: Convergence Of Serverless Computing And Microservices
Back-end development is now microservice-based. Microservices design, when combined with tools like Docker, Kubernetes, and serverless computing, may help you scale rapidly expanding applications with rapidly expanding user bases.