Description of the full-stack development
Full-stack is an assortment of software subsystems or elements required to build an entire platform excluding any extra applications to maintain the software.
Software is assigned to “go on” or “go on top of” the arising platform.
For instance, in order to build a web software, the engineer determines the purpose, database, OS, web server, and appropriate programming language. One more possible combination is database, OS, middleware and the software.
Normally, all the elements are produced by separate developers individually. The definition full-stack naturally came from combining both software and hardware lines of maintenance.
Where can be full-stack involved?
Basically, full-stack is an engineering development process that touches all the work of databases, servers, systems engineering, and clients. Based on the customer’s request it can be defined as a mobile stack or a Web stack.
Full-stack is an experienced web development both frontend and backend segments. Full-stack is mostly required for companies that do not require a big number of developers.
Mostly, full-stack technologies include JS, HTML/CSS, JS framework, any backend programming language, and frameworks. Microsoft Full Stack includes C#, SQL, Patterns, JS, HTML/CSS, and AngularJS.
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