What is the syllabus for Full Stack Developer?

A full stack developer is a person who can work on both client and server-side projects. As a result, they must be familiar with both front end and back end tools. As a full stack developer, HTML and CSS are regarded basic tools that the developer must master, and in addition to HTML and CSS, he or she also knows how to:

• Create a browser (for example, with JavaScript, jQuery, Angular, or Vue);
• Create a server (for example, with PHP, ASP, Python, or Node);
• Create a database (like using SQL, SQLite, or MongoDB)

Hence they must know tools such as :

Client Software (Front End)

The aesthetic and interactive aspects of a website are referred to as the front-end. You’ll gain access to tools that will help you master front-end web development.

  • HTML
  • CSS
  • Bootstrap
  • W3.CSS
  • JavaScript
  • ES5
  • JSON
  • XML
  • jQuery
  • Angular
  • React
  • Backbone.js
  • Ember.js
  • Redux
  • Storybook
  • GraphQL
  • Meteor.js
  • Grunt
  • Gulp

Server Software (Back End)

Back-end refers to all of the logic that runs behind the scenes to support your website, such as databases, user management, and so on. You’ll need to master one or more of the back-end languages and frameworks listed below:

  • PHP
  • ASP
  • C++
  • C#
  • Java
  • Python
  • Node.js
  • Express.js
  • Ruby
  • REST
  • Go
  • SQL
  • MongoDB
  • Sass
  • Less
  • Firebase
  • Parse
  • PaaS (Azure and Heroku)

The main objective of full stack engineer is to keep every part of the system running smoothly. A Full Stack Developer can performs tasks ranging from resizing an image or text in a webpage to patching the kernel.
Here are minimal technology someone needs to know.
Basic JavaScript
Node.js, Express

These are just basic and minimum technology someone needs to create a full fledged application with Front end, Back end with the support of databases.

Full-stack development is the process of creating websites using both front-end and back-end development protocols. Due to the expanding number of digital firms, this subject has gained appeal in recent years. It mixes server and database management with system engineering. Full-stack developers are in high demand worldwide.

So lets see the general syllabus for a course:

HTML - developing an example component, new HTML5 elements, common interview questions, and so on.

CSS - Introduction, usage, various principles, how to use CSS, CSS declarations, CSS box model, Fonts, styling list, and so on

Javascript (JS) - Introduction to Javascript (JS), JS Imports, JS Statements, Event delegation, prototypes, JS Game Development, and other key concepts

Github - Version control, GIT & GITHUB

React - React fundamentals and intermediate

DNS Server Fundamentals


Database and NODE - Everything you need to know about NODE Express, including what MongoDB is, how to install it, create and drop databases, collections, query documents, and MongoDB indexing.