Building a dApp backend

A backend is where the rough work is mostly done. However, decentralized protocols may not necessarily need a backend. It is just as it is for CMS platforms where the backends are precompiled or readily available. A dApp used for basic transactions and protocols may not necessarily need a backend; However, its frontend must be compatible with the underlying blockchain or host on which its smart contracts run. Developers may use our standard libraries, such as VinceJs and ether.js, as backends for their dApps. Using our library and resources as backend has benefits:
  • Security. No matter how good you are at dApp development, you cannot deny the essential place of security. Our backend libraries are tamper-proof and free of bugs, making them a haven for your dApp to thrive.
  • Speed. Uptime is another quality feature every blockchain must have. Surprisingly, many blockchains are still lacking in this area. This is where we come into the picture. You can count on Vince Chain to build fast dApps and protocols.
  • Transparency. Decentralized finance (DeFi) should be built on transparency, which is the prayer of every DeFi enthusiast. Our on-chain activities are public, allowing everyone to track and monitor our activities in real-time.
  • Turing completeness. Our libraries are built to withstand extreme conditions regardless of the condition or environment
  • Isolation. Limitations emanating from badly written contracts cannot hamper the activities of our network due to our isolation property.
  • Decentralization. Vince Chain is as decentralized as “decentralization” itself.
If a dApp must need a backend, then the dev team must ensure it is hosted on a protocol that possesses the above-listed attributes. Nevertheless, regardless of whether a backend is needed for a dApp, the dev team must still consider the above features for both front-end and back-end development. This will help the project or dApp stand the test of time.