What is a Full-Stack Web Developer

A full-stack web developer is a person who can work on all the layers of a web development project, from the front-end user interface to the back-end server-side logic and database. They have a comprehensive understanding of the entire web development process and can build a complete web application from start to finish.

The skills required for a full-stack web developer typically include:

  1. Front-end development: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and JavaScript frameworks such as React or Angular.
  2. Back-end development: server-side scripting languages such as PHP, Ruby, Python, and back-end frameworks such as Node.js, Ruby on Rails.
  3. Database management: knowledge of relational databases such as MySQL or PostgreSQL, and non-relational databases such as MongoDB.
  4. Server administration: knowledge of web servers such as Apache or Nginx, and cloud platforms such as AWS or Heroku.
  5. Version control: experience with Git or similar version control systems.

Full-stack developers are in high demand as they have a broad skill set and can work on different parts of a web application project, making them valuable assets to any software development team.