Full Stack Web Development

What you’ll learn

  • Front-end development: This involves designing the user interface and building the client-side of the application using technologies such as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.
  • Back-end development: This involves building the server-side of the application that interacts with the database and serves data to the front-end. Back-end development usually involves programming languages such as Python, Ruby, Java, or Node.js.
  • Database design: This involves designing the database schema and creating queries to retrieve and store data. This requires knowledge of database management systems such as MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB, or Oracle.
  • APIs: APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) are used to connect the front-end and back-end of the application. Full stack developers need to know how to design and implement APIs to enable communication between the different layers of the application.
  • Deployment and hosting: Once the application is developed, it needs to be deployed on a server and made available to users. Full stack developers should have knowledge of server administration, cloud computing platforms, and deployment tools such as Docker or Kubernetes.
  • Testing and debugging: Full stack developers should have experience with testing and debugging the application to ensure that it functions correctly and is free from bugs or errors.