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    SaaS Tech Stack


    by therachel77 ·


    Hello, I’m new to tech and am glad I found this forum. I work for a SaaS company and am trying to learn the “big picture” of how it all comes together. What does a typical SaaS stack look like?

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      by birdmantd ·

      In reply to SaaS Tech Stack

      There seems to be plenty of internet sites that discuss this. Not likely that you will get a satisfactory answer from users of this forum. Some things you need to research on your own before asking further questions. As the TV show on FOX with agents Moulder and Scully used to say, “the truth is out there”.

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      Lite reading at link.

      by rproffitt ·

      In reply to SaaS Tech Stack gives you the few minute overview.

      But it immediately gets you thinking about how vast the field is along with there is no such thing as a simple SaaS Tech Stack because it’s implementation varies from company to company.

      Example: You build a SaaS solution but the company decides to move from say Azure to an in house cloud host. This will likely result in breakage that will have you rebuild the solution from the ground up.

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      Saas tech stack

      by smithjohns002002 ·

      In reply to SaaS Tech Stack

      A typical Software as a Service (SaaS) stack can vary depending on the specific needs and technologies used by the SaaS company, but here’s a generalized outline of components that are often found in a SaaS stack:

      1. **Frontend**:
      – **Web Application**: This is the interface that users interact with. It’s typically built using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript frameworks such as React, Angular, or Vue.js.
      – **Mobile Application (Optional)**: Some SaaS products also have mobile apps to extend their reach. These can be developed using native languages like Swift for iOS or Kotlin for Android, or using cross-platform frameworks like React Native or Flutter.


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