Enriched BaaS

Enriched BaaS

You can use Backend as a Service (BaaS) to host server-side components that have been abstracted from your web app. These components include things like storage, authentication, and message sending. BaaS is a relatively new service model, but by providing off-the-shelf solutions to common problems, it allows you to roll apps much more efficiently.

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Backend as a Service

Backend as a Service

Servers and clients have alternated as champions in the battle for developer attention ever since the server-client model of application development began. The mobile era saw servers in the ascendancy as cloud computing was cheap and mobile clients were underpowered, but technology gains are starting to bring mobile hardware into parity. This, amongst other factors, is driving a return towards more client-side computing.

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The Client-Server See-Saw

The Client-Server See-Saw

Modern apps usually come in two halves. One half of the app lives in the browser or the local operating system, whether desktop or mobile. The other half lives on a remote server, or in a cloud cluster. These halves are called the client and server environments respectively.

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