What is the best way to learn Full Stack Development as a beginner?

A Full Stack is a collection of technologies that are used to create and deploy whole apps and websites. This could include three to four different technologies, or even more in some circumstances. The goal is for the developer to be able to create the complete program from the ground up.

When attempting to become a Full Stack Developer, there are five important things to consider: frontend, backend, database, cache/memory, and version control.

These are the talents you’ll need to become a full stack developer in each area.

  • HTML, HMTL5, CSS3, Twitter Bootstrap, JavaScript, and jQuery are used on the frontend.
  • Node.js, Meteor.js, Angular 2, PHP, Ruby on Rails are used in the backend.
  • MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB, CouchDB, and Apache Cassandra are examples of databases.
  • Memcached, Redis, Apache Lucene, and Apache Solr are among the other essential technologies.
  • GIT, Subversion, Task Runners (Grunt, Gulp), Debuggers (Xdebug, Firedebug) are used in Debugging/Version Control.

Each student is required to learn all technologies, including both theoretical and practical applications. It’s important to remember that as our knowledge grows, it’s impossible to be an expert in everything we do. As a result, one must be able to work with all of the major technologies while also being a master of one, i.e., a jack of all crafts and a king of one.