Nowadays, the user experience provided by an application determines its popularity and profitability in the long run. Therefore, it becomes necessary for developers to focus on both the front-end and back-end of the application. Typically, users can directly see, touch, and experience the application’s front-end or user interface.
But the front-end experience of an application is driven by various aspects of its back-end—database interactions, business logic, user request processing, and performance. Therefore, developers often look for ways to increase the performance and quality of backend code. Most developers take advantage of robust back-end frameworks to provide an optional user experience without investing extra time and effort into applications.
A brief overview of 12 widely used backend web frameworks
1) ASP.NET Core
Microsoft recently released ASP.NET Core 1.0 with several advanced features to simplify development, testing, and deployment for both the web and the cloud.