Featuring Everything About Full Stack Development
In the context of web development, ‘full-stack’ is used to refer to the entire web experience, covering the front end (user interfaces) and the back end (servers and databases).
The front-end is the part of the website that the end-user sees, interacts with, and is responsible for the overall user experience. In the backend, web development takes place on the server, and database management is involved.
Full-stack developers must possess skills that permit them to build a complete website, from design and development to QA and maintenance.
Popular Tech Stacks:
MEAN Stack: MongoDB, Express, AngularJS, Node.js
LAMP Stack: Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP
RoR: Ruby On Rails, PHP, MySQL
MERN: MongoDB, Express, ReactJS, Node.js
Django Stack: Python, Django, MySQL
Full-stack developers fulfill both roles by hiring one full-stack developer instead of two front-end developers and one back-end developer.
Using more than one framework, library, and technology to deliver a better experience is a popular model for modern web development.