The Rise of Full Stack Developers

The rising demand for seamless technology has enabled developers to work on both back-end, front-end and many other related fields. 

Full-stack developers extend plentiful advantages to organizations.  They are knowledgeable with various technologies and are capable of resolving issues across any layer of the application. 
Organizations are exclusively hiring full-stack engineers who can create applications starting with no outside help, and effectively contribute throughout the life cycle of the application. 

Role of a Full-Stack Developer

A full-stack developer is a programmer who has the basic knowledge for all layers of an application. Each layer is made using a different technology needed to complete the development of an application, which is often termed as “stack”. 

Presentation Layer

Also known as the view layer, It is the front-end of an application, which involves user interface design and user experience design. This is usually built by using programming languages like HTML, CSS, JavaScript, jQuery, and various JavaScript libraries such as Foundation, AngularJS, Backbone, Ember.js and React JS. 

Logic Layer

In an application, the logic layer or the Business Logic layer  is the back-end which involves all kinds of development that is not visible to the end-user. This, essentially is the core of any application. Every task right from a simple click or an automatic pop-up up to any complex calculations or data processing is defined from the back-end. Back-end technology involves programming languages like Java, PHP, .Net, Ruby and Python. 

Data Layer 

Often data layer is also known as the “sub-group of the logic layer”. It deals with how data is created, modified, read, managed and deleted using databases like SQL Server, MySQL, Oracle and PostgreSQL. 

Full-stack development is becoming broadly mainstream as it is turning into a much looked for after specialized job for some organizations. 

Full-stack engineers have a commendable hold over various programming languages and can work with various structures as and when required. This adaptability of different coding abilities is what makes full-stack developers so preferable. 

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