A backend framework is a software framework that is used to build the server-side (backend) components of a web application.
What is Backend Framework?
It provides a set of tools, libraries, and modules that developers can use to build the backend logic of a web application, such as handling data storage, user authentication, and server-side rendering.
Laravel is a PHP-based backend framework that is designed to make web development easier and more enjoyable.
Django is a powerful Python-based backend framework that is known for its built-in security features, scalability, and ease of use.
Ruby on Rails is a popular open-source web application framework that follows the Model-View-Controller (MVC) architecture.
4. Ruby on Rails
Spring Boot is a popular Java-based backend framework that simplifies the process of building and deploying web applications.
6. Spring Boot
Express.js is a minimalist Node.js-based backend framework that is ideal for building simple web applications quickly.