Full Stack Web Development Frameworks

Scrolling through a website on your phone or laptop has become second nature to people in most parts of the world. But few of us stop to think of the process that went into creating the website, the techniques, and full stack frameworks used.

  • The website you’re scrolling through was probably designed and developed by one of the 23 million web developers (2018 statistics) in the US.

While these figures give you a glimpse of the extent and nature of penetration, there’s a lot more that remains to be explored.

As website development and website redesigning become more and more complex and the ecosystem increases its demands, the terminology tends to evolve too. Keeping pace with this dynamic vocabulary is important not just for developers and designers, it’s also essential for business-owners, markets, and the woman/man on the street to gain at least a broad understanding of the design and development process.

Design and Development

In the not-so-distant past, designers and developers were usually two different people, and it was the rare species that could straddle both worlds simultaneously. Gradually, the fields merged and the demand for “front-end” or “back-end” developers increased, soon giving way to the new requirement for “full-stack developers.”

Currently, the sector is dominated by all three types:

  • Front-end developers are responsible for the visual appearance of the websites and the parts that the viewer sees. This is the client-side of development.

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Full Stack Web Development Frameworks

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