At the core of every dApp built with Moralis is a Moralis Server. Together with the Moralis SDK, it's what allows you to quickly build a dApp with user authentication and blockchain data such as user token balances, NFTs, transactions, and events.
Let's quickly summarize the different components of a Moralis Server that you will be using.
Here is where all of your data will be stored. For example, when a user signs in to your dApp using crypto wallet authentication, that wallet address will automatically be saved to your database together with any data you have configured such as token balances, historical transactions, or events.
You can then use this data instantaneously in your dApp frontend.
You can read more about this in the cloud code section.
You can read more about the SDK by clicking here.