How to become a Fullstack Developer

February 16, 2022

Tags: Tech Trends
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The development of web pages and applications has made its way as one of the most demanded professions by young people and anyone who wants to renew their professional career and enter the world of technology and software. There are several types of developers and in this blog, we will be delving a little into the work of the fullstack developer.


What is a Full Stack developer?


There are two stages of development: front-end and back-end. Front-end development refers to the software and interface with which the user interacts when entering the web page or application and is managed through languages ​​such as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Back-end development is on the server-side of the website or application and uses languages ​​such as Java, PHP, and Python.


Full-Stack developer handles both sides of development. Tasks include website design, gathering client project requirements, analyzing these requirements and designing solutions, handling computer software and hardware to write programming code, test development, and validation, code implementation.


What does it take to be a full stack developer?


You can become a full stack developer without having any qualifications or degrees, but the most recommended is to complete a degree as a software engineer. By doing this you will be able to acquire the knowledge and enter internships that will give you the necessary experience to enter the job market. You can also expand your knowledge with tutorials and online courses.


Most employers hire Full Stack developers with experience in these technologies: JavaScript Programming, Angular, C# Programming, Node.JS, AWS, Typescript Programming, CSS, API, .Net Core, and React.JS.


Back-end and front-end tools every Full-Stack developer should handle


Front end tools


1) Bootstrap: An open-source framework with templates to design the navigation, typography, buttons, and more of an application or web page.


2) Angular.js: framework developed by Google. Allows clear expression of your application components using HTML syntax and templates.


3) Python: A beginner-friendly programming language that aids functional and object-oriented programming and focuses on code readability.


4) JavaScript: JavaScript is a programming language that helps in prototype-based object orientations. Help in the development of interactive pages for all devices.


5) HTML and CSS: HTML and CSS are the building blocks of full-stack development. Regardless of the back-end language or frameworks you use, you always need HTML and CSS for front-end development.


Backend tools


1) Django: Python-based Djaframework used for server-side scripting.


2) Ember.js: Ember.js is one of the popular choices for web developers to build modern web applications.


3) React: React is a JavaScript library that Facebook maintains for building single-page apps and mobile apps.


At Rootstack there are Full-Stack developers within our team who have dedicated their talents to creating the most advanced websites and applications to solve the problems presented by our international customers.


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