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”.
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.
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.