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What is full Stack Development?

Full stack development involves both front end and back end web development. It requires in depth knowledge of different scripting languages like html, java scripts, css which make the web looking more interactive and alive. It also required high level programming such as java, python and so on to code the server side. Apart from this the developers must have experience in java script frame works like node js and libraries. That means the developers must have the knowledge in every level of how the web works including setting up and configuring Linux and windows server, coding server side API’s, running the client side of the application by using java script and structuring and designing the webpage with css and html. Full stack developers are like the Jack of all trades.

A full stack developer is basically a creative person who can do both develop and design an application. The entire development is divided in to the three layers such as Presentation layer, Business layer and Data Access layer. Presentation layer is concerned about the UI related issues and present the data to the end user. The Business logic layer which is more concerned about the data validation and processing of the data in order to generate the information for the users. The Data Access layer which deals with the data persistence and storage of data behind the scenes.

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One of the advantage of full stack developers are they can make a prototype very rapidly, they can provide any help to all the team members, they can reduce the cost of project and reduce the time for team communication.

POPULAR STACKS 
LAMP StackThe lamp stack is probably the most common stack used for hosting websites and web applications especially among small to medium sites. Lamp is an acronym that stands for four major components such as Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP. Each of these components are open source, secure and free to use which has helped contribute their popularity. LAMP is made up of four things Linux is the operating system, Apache is web server, MySql is the database and php is the programming language. You can also use python or ruby instead of php.
LEMP StackThe First letter of LEMP stands for Linux, that is an open source operating system that provides the base of the stack component. Lemp have the similar components of lamp and the only difference is the Apache is being replaced by nginx which explain the E on “LEMP”. The nginx is a HTTP proxy application. NGINX can be also used as load balancer, reverse proxy, male proxy. The main advantage of nginx in a production environment are it has a strong focus on conqurecny, high performance and low memory usage. NGINX is faster and able to handle higher loads compared to Apache. NGINX uses JavaScript, Linux, Nginx ,MySQL, PHP.
MEAN StackThe full form of MEAN stack is MongoDB, Express, Angular, Node js. MEAN is a full stack Java Script based technologies used to develop we application so from client to server, server to database everything will be based on javascript. MEAN stack helps you to build fast, robust and maintainable production web applications using MongoDB, Express, AngularJS, Node.js. Here the Angular 2 is used as the client side development, Express which is based on node or shares for your sever side development and MongoDB as our database. The advantage of MEAN stack are its one language from Front end to Back end which you have to learn and which that you can actually create a full stack application, it is also free and open source.
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