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Full-Stack Technologies

Introduction

Full stack technology refers to the total depth of a computer system application. Full stack web developers are individuals who are capable of working on both the front end and the back end of web development. The front end of a website contains all the functions that are visible to the client or site visitor.

  • Programming a browser (By using JavaScript, jQuery, Angular, or Vue)
  • Programming a server (By using PHP, ASP, Python, or Node)

A Full Stack Developer is involved in the entire development process of an application. He creates both the front end and the back end of a program while making sure it has all the necessary functionality.

Front-end Languages and Frameworks

HTML and CSS

HTML stands for Hypertext markup language governs the appearance of text/images on the screen. It styles the text using headers, paragraphs, pop-ups, and other elements. In a document structure, it often contains of tags that give the content a different meaning.

CSS

Using CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), you can change the font, size, spacing, and other aspects of many site components. It enhances the aesthetics of the website’s content.

Javascript

It is an effective client-side programming language that is primarily employed to improve user interaction with the application. It provides a number of frameworks and libraries, including React, Angular, Vue, and JQuery. One or more of these tools must be mastered by a full stack developer.

Backend Technologies and Frameworks

  • JavaScript and its environments like NodeJS and ExpressJS. Node is an open-source, cross-platform runtime environment that allows developers to create server-side tools and JavaScript applications. Knowledge of the basic command line like npm (Node Package Manager) is essential.
  • Python is the most popularly used language. It is flexible and easy to use. We use Python frameworks like Django and Flask for backend development. Django is a high-level Python web framework that enables rapid development of websites. It is free and open-source, has a huge and active community of users.
  • PHP is a server scripting language, and a powerful tool for making dynamic and interactive Web pages. PHP is a widely-used, free, and efficient alternative to competitors such as Microsoft’s ASP. 

Database Management Systems

A full-stack developer writes code that is used to perform Relational mapping to fetch data from the database. Some popularly used DBMS are MySQL, SQL SERVER and PostgreSQL, MongoDB, and Oracle Database. A good understanding of their workings is critical.

Version Control

Version control systems help manage the project files and keep track of the entire history of the user’s things. Popular ones are Git, Github, and Subversion.

Git helps manage the project files. It keeps track of the entire history of things that the user is working on. GitHub is a web-based service for version control using Git. The user can look at other people’s code, identify issues or errors, and even propose changes.

Web Hosting Platforms

Web hosting platforms allow you to deploy your product on a cloud service provider so we can access it from the WWW. Popular ones are Amazon web services, Google cloud platform, Heroku, and Microsoft Azure.

Soft Skills

A full-stack developer needs to possess some basic soft skills as well.

  • Creativity – The developer must grasp the project’s goals and produce a work that appeals to the target market.
  • Strategic planning – Any development life cycle must begin with planning. The developer should be able to strategically plan the phases of design, development, and implementation. This simplifies the procedure.
  • Analytical skills – As the name implies, these abilities aid in the proper analysis of information and the making of rational, data-driven judgments that maximize efficiency. Now, these are abilities that one learns through exposure. But it is necessary to have a clear understanding.
  • Problem-solving Skills are essential once more for anticipating faults and creating an application free of bugs. From a commercial standpoint, problem-solving abilities are crucial to the efficient completion of tasks.
  • Time management Skills – The developer must fulfil deadlines while ensuring that his responsibilities are carried out correctly.
  • Most importantly English communication skills – when you gain all this knowledge it is very important to effectively express yourself and communicate properly.

Responsibilities:

  • Development of the front-end – The developer must be able to create interactive user interfaces using JavaScript, HTML/CSS, and other frameworks and libraries.
  • Create the application’s backend – He must be able to construct a reliable backend architecture to retrieve data from the servers.
  • Building databases and servers – These systems need to be able to keep running indefinitely and be resilient to failures.
  • Ensuring cross-platform compatibility – Programs must function properly on all platforms, including Windows, MacOS, and Linux.
  • API development – The developer is in charge of creating APIs, depending on the architecture of the application. These APIs carry out important functions like retrieving data from the server.
  • Fulfill all technical and user criteria – The developer must be able to create engaging, responsive applications that satisfy user needs.