The cloud platform-based software as service (SaaS) applications are empowering businesses in a variety of functions such as customer resource management (CRM), enterprise resource planning (ERP), eCommerce, and business process horizontal & industry vertical solutions. These SaaS applications run in the cloud & are accessible through web interfaces as well as through desktops & mobile applications. According to global research firm Statista, the SaaS market is expected to be ~ USD 232 billion in 2024.
This article will demonstrate how to deploy an application built with React and Loopback for the frontend and backend, respectively. I will guide you through a step-by-step deployment process for both the frontend and backend, using Google servers. Two servers will be utilized for the deployment of the frontend and backend respectively. Additionally, these applications will be deployed directly from a GitHub account.
So, you got this brilliant idea that you just converted into an app and deployed on one of the instances that you just bought on a cloud platform. Initially, your app is not that famous and has a low user base, but everything seems to be running fine with the app.
It’s a well-known fact that when we are building a web application, it is nearly impossible to do away with some form of data storage. There’s got to be a database, relational or non-relational, where we need to store the business data to be retrieved and used later.