- n. Alternative form of back end.
“Clearly you used the term backend preparations, which is pretty much equivalent to what other posters have calle a "backend website".”
“They have a huge presence in backend software vs a free alternative.”
“But those have been around for a while: Being able to build a program that doesn't care if the backend is Google Base or SQL Server is new.”
“To some extent, the backend is becoming commoditized.”
“Boingo is the private-label backend or hotspot component for products sold by Fiberlink,”
“Ori: I call the backend the cloud, where you have all this information and ways to access it from anywhere.”
“Howdy, I am not sure what you mean by 'backend' - does it mean code behind,”
“Also, iTunes’ backend is running on some very high-end Cisco and Sun Solaris hardware, as well as Apple’s own servers running OS X server.”
“Everything still looks fine, but the backend is a mess, and you won't be able to make any comments, and we won't be able to make any new entries, until it is all repaired…which will be shortly, we hope.”
“The biggest change is in the appearance of the administration backend, which is described as being a “Cleaner, faster, less cluttered dashboard.””
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