Back-end Web Developers are responsible for server-side web application and integration of the work front-end web developers do. They will write web services and APIs used by front-end developers. Working closely with marketing and design functions they will use test sites to see which ideas best suit the brief.
Using reliable code, they will build the framework considering UI, cross-browser compatibility, general web functions and standards.
A Web Developer will need a good understanding of server-side CSS preprocessors, accessibility and security compliance as well as authentication between multiple systems and servers.
With the growing use of tablets and smartphones, it is essential for a Web Developer to understand the differences between mobile vs desktop platforms.
Also known as Cheltenham Spa, it is located on the edge of the Cotswolds, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in Gloucestershire, England; with its existing motto of ‘Salubritas et Erudito’ meaning 'health and education', Cheltenham has been a health holiday destination since the discovery of its local mineral springs in 1716. In the rich man’s 18th century, Cheltenham rivalled Bath for the country’s best spa resort and today still maintains its stately air thanks to many Regency buildings and manicured town squares. It’s now best known for its racecourse, which can attract up to 40,000 people each March for England's annual premier steeplechase event, the Gold Cup. Cheltenham's excellent standard of accommodation and restaurants make it an incredibly attractive Midlands base. Proud of its numerous internationally renowned and historic schools, the county town also hosts several festivals of culture, featuring globally famous contributors and attendees, such as the Cheltenham Literature Festival, the Cheltenham Jazz Festival, the Cheltenham Science Festival, the Cheltenham Music Festival and the Cheltenham Food & Drink Festival.
Cheltenham is a hot bed for direct and response marketing.