A full-stack developer would be someone who works on both the front end and back end of a web application in a project or has the ability to work in one. The front end is responsible for the aesthetic look of the website, while the back end is responsible for the site’s logic and infrastructure behind the scenes.
Simply said, a full stack developer is someone who has mastered a variety of skills and can execute a project independently, and can handle database development, server management, systems engineering, and client support from start to finish.
Depending on the project, customers may require a mobile stack, a Web stack, or a native application stack.
The term “full-stack” actually refers to a collection of technologies that are required to complete a project. A grouping of sub-modules is referred to as a “stack.” Without the need of other modules, these software sub-modules or components worked collectively to finish the task.