What is Full Stack Development, exactly?
Understanding what a full stack developer does is the first step. A tech stack is simply a collection or tools and languages used to support applications. A web application stack, for instance, is made up of the operating system (web server), a database (and at least one language) and a programming language.
Software can have a client-facing or “the frontend” side, and a server side or “the backend”. Software engineers use two different stacks to describe the various layers of the entire tech stack. To create software that works, you need to address both stacks.
Others think it’s impossible to build both the front and the backend using the same stack. These full stack engineers have the required skills to create or optimize complete integration between frontend, backend systems via one code.
MongoDB, NoSQL database programming program
Express is de facto the standard server framework of Node.js.
AngularJS, a frontend Web Framework
Increased development efficiency
More Code Reuse
Access to Open Source Tools
The majority of MEAN stacks are open source. You’ll have free access to most tools. Their open-source nature means they are frequently updated by their communities. This has many benefits for their users.
More Development Talent available
Plenty Of Resources
Not suitable to be used in computation-heavy tasks
Node.js has many benefits for improving web applications’ performance, except when you need to process large amounts of data on the server. Yes, it is possible to break down the most difficult tasks into microservices with more compatible technologies. These microservices can then “talk” to your backend to preserve Node.js. It adds another layer to the project which is costly and takes more time.
Limited Server-side Capabilities
Limited Number of Full Stack Developers Who Are “True”,