Poppy Cooke

Poppy Cooke

1559640797

How to create a full stack React/Express/MongoDB app using Docker

In this tutorial, I will guide you through the process of containerizing a React FrontEnd, a Node / Express API, and a MongoDB database using Docker containers in a very simple way.

Why should you care about Docker?

Docker is simply one of the most important technologies at the moment. It lets you run apps inside containers that are mostly isolated from “everything”.

Each container is like an individual virtual machine stripped out of everything that is not needed to run your app. This makes containers very light, fast and secure.

Containers are also meant to be disposable. If one goes rogue, you can kill it and make another just like it with no effort thanks to the container images system.

Another thing that makes Docker great is that the app inside containers will run the same in every system (Windows, Mac, or Linux). This is awesome if you are developing in your machine and then you want to deploy it to some cloud provider like GCP or AWS.

Docker containers everywhere!

Containerizing your app with Docker is as simple as creating a Dockerfile for each of your apps to first build an image, and then running each image to get your containers live.

Containerize your Client

To build our Client image you will be needing a Dockerfile. Let’s create one:

  1. Open the React / Express App in your favorite code editor (I’m using VS Code).
  2. Navigate to the Client folder.
  3. Create a new file named Dockerfile.
  4. Place this code inside it:
# Use a lighter version of Node as a parent imageFROM mhart/alpine-node:8.11.4
# Set the working directory to /clientWORKDIR /client
# copy package.json into the container at /clientCOPY package*.json /client/
# install dependenciesRUN npm install
# Copy the current directory contents into the container at /clientCOPY . /client/
# Make port 3000 available to the world outside this containerEXPOSE 3000
# Run the app when the container launchesCMD ["npm", "start"]

This will instruct docker to build an image (using these configurations) for our Client. You can read all about Dokerfile here.

Containerize your API

To build our API image you will be needing another Dockerfile. Let’s create it:

  1. Navigate to the API folder.
  2. Create a new file named Dockerfile.
  3. Place this code inside it:
# Use a lighter version of Node as a parent imageFROM mhart/alpine-node:8.11.4
# Set the working directory to /apiWORKDIR /api
# copy package.json into the container at /apiCOPY package*.json /api/
# install dependenciesRUN npm install
# Copy the current directory contents into the container at /apiCOPY . /api/
# Make port 80 available to the world outside this containerEXPOSE 80
# Run the app when the container launchesCMD ["npm", "start"]

This will instruct docker to build an image (using these configurations) for our API. You can read all about Dokerfile here.

Docker Compose

You could run each individual container using the Dokerfiles. In our case we have 3 containers to manage, so we will use docker-compose instead. Compose is a tool for defining and running multi-container Docker applications.

Let me show you how simple it is to use it:

  1. Open the React/Express App in your code editor.
  2. On your App main folder, create a new file and name it docker-compose.yml.
  3. Write this code in the docker-compose.yml file:
version: "2"

services: client: image: webapp-client restart: always ports: - "3000:3000" volumes: - ./client:/client - /client/node_modules links: - api networks: webappnetwork

api: image: webapp-api restart: always ports: - "9000:9000" volumes: - ./api:/api - /api/node_modules depends_on: - mongodb networks: webappnetwork

What sorcery is that?

You should read all about docker-compose here.

Basically, I’m telling Docker that I want to build a container called client, using the image **webapp-client (which is the image we defined on our Client Dockerfile) **that will be listening on port 3000. Then, I’m telling it that I want to build a container called api using the image webapp-api (which is the image we defined on our API Dockerfile) that will be listening on port 9000.

Keep in mind that there are many ways of writing a docker-compose.yml file. You should explore the documentation and use what better suits your needs.##

Add a MongoDB database

To add a MongoDB database is as simple as adding these lines of code to your docker-compose.yml file:

 mongodb: image: mongo restart: always container_name: mongodb volumes: - ./data-node:/data/db ports: - 27017:27017 command: mongod --noauth --smallfiles networks: - webappnetwork

This will create a container using the official MongoDB image.

Create a shared network for your containers

To create a shared network for your container just add the following code to your docker-compose.yml file:

networks: webappnetwork: driver: bridge

Notice that you already defined each container of your app to use this network.

In the end, your docker-compose.yml file should be something like this:

docker-compose.yml

In the docker-compose.yml file, the indentation matters. Be aware of that.

Get your containers running

  1. Now that you have a docker-compose.yml** **file, let’s build your images. Go to the terminal and on your App’s main directory run:
docker-compose build

  1. Now, to make Docker spin up the containers, just run:
docker-compose up

And… just like magic, you now have your Client, your API, and your Database, all running in separated containers with only one command. How cool is that?

Connect your API to MongoDB

  1. First, let’s install Mongoose to help us with the connection to MongoDB. On your terminal type:
npm install mongoose

  1. Now create a file called testDB.js on your API routes folder and insert this code:
const express = require("express");const router = express.Router();const mongoose = require("mongoose");

// Variable to be sent to Frontend with Database statuslet databaseConnection = "Waiting for Database response...";

router.get("/", function(req, res, next) { res.send(databaseConnection);});

// Connecting to MongoDBmongoose.connect("mongodb://mongodb:27017/test");

// If there is a connection error send an error messagemongoose.connection.on("error", error => { console.log("Database connection error:", error); databaseConnection = "Error connecting to Database";});

// If connected to MongoDB send a success messagemongoose.connection.once("open", () => { console.log("Connected to Database!"); databaseConnection = "Connected to Database";});

module.exports = router;

Ok, let’s see what this code is doing. First, I import Express, ExpressRouter, and Mongoose to be used on our /testDB route. Then I create a variable that will be sent as a response telling what happened with the request. Then I connect to the database using Mongoose.connect(). Then I check if the connection is working or not, and change the variable (I’ve created earlier) accordingly. Finally, I use module.exports to export this route so that I’m able to use it on app.js file.

  1. Now you have to “tell” Express to use that route you’ve just created. On your API folder, open the app.js file and insert this two lines of code:
var testDBRouter = require("./routes/testDB");app.use("/testDB", testDBRouter);

This will “tell” Express that every time there is a request to the endpoint /testDB, it should use the instructions on the file testDB.js.

  1. Now let’s test if everything is working properly. Go to your terminal and press control + C to bring your containers down. Then run docker-compose up to bring them back up again. After everything is up and running, if you navigate to http://localhost:9000/testDB you should see the message Connected to Database.

In the end, your app.js file should look like this:

api/app.js

Yep… it means the API is now connected to the database. But your FrontEnd doesn’t know yet. Let’s work on that now.

Make a request from React to the Database

To check if the React app can reach the Database let’s make a simple request to the endpoint you defined on the previous step.

  1. Go to your Client folder and open the App.js file.
  2. Now insert this code below the callAPI() method:
callDB() {    fetch("http://localhost:9000/testDB")        .then(res => res.text())        .then(res =>; this.setState({ dbResponse: res }))        .catch(err => err);}

This method will fetch the endpoint you defined earlier on the API and retrieve the response. Then it will store the response in the state of the component**.**

  1. Add a variable to the state of the component to store the response:
dbResponse: ""

  1. Inside the lifecycle method **componentDidMount(), **insert this code to execute the method you’ve just created when the component mounts:
this.callDB();

  1. Finally, add another <;p> tag after the one you already have to display the response from the Database:
<p className="App-intro">;{this.state.dbResponse}</p>

In the end, your App.js file should end up like this:

client/App.js

Finally, let’s see if everything is working

On your browser, go to http://localhost:3000/ and if everything is working properly, you should see these three messages :

  1. Welcome to React
  2. API is working properly
  3. Connected to Database

Something like this:

http://localhost:3000/

Congratulations!!!

You now have a full stack app with a React FrontEnd, a Node/Express API and a MongoDB database. All running inside individual Docker containers that are orchestrated with a simple docker-compose file.

This app can be used as a boilerplate to build your more robust app.

You can find all the code I wrote in the project repository.

#reactjs #express #mongodb #docker #node-js #web-development

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Autumn  Blick

Autumn Blick

1598839687

How native is React Native? | React Native vs Native App Development

If you are undertaking a mobile app development for your start-up or enterprise, you are likely wondering whether to use React Native. As a popular development framework, React Native helps you to develop near-native mobile apps. However, you are probably also wondering how close you can get to a native app by using React Native. How native is React Native?

In the article, we discuss the similarities between native mobile development and development using React Native. We also touch upon where they differ and how to bridge the gaps. Read on.

A brief introduction to React Native

Let’s briefly set the context first. We will briefly touch upon what React Native is and how it differs from earlier hybrid frameworks.

React Native is a popular JavaScript framework that Facebook has created. You can use this open-source framework to code natively rendering Android and iOS mobile apps. You can use it to develop web apps too.

Facebook has developed React Native based on React, its JavaScript library. The first release of React Native came in March 2015. At the time of writing this article, the latest stable release of React Native is 0.62.0, and it was released in March 2020.

Although relatively new, React Native has acquired a high degree of popularity. The “Stack Overflow Developer Survey 2019” report identifies it as the 8th most loved framework. Facebook, Walmart, and Bloomberg are some of the top companies that use React Native.

The popularity of React Native comes from its advantages. Some of its advantages are as follows:

  • Performance: It delivers optimal performance.
  • Cross-platform development: You can develop both Android and iOS apps with it. The reuse of code expedites development and reduces costs.
  • UI design: React Native enables you to design simple and responsive UI for your mobile app.
  • 3rd party plugins: This framework supports 3rd party plugins.
  • Developer community: A vibrant community of developers support React Native.

Why React Native is fundamentally different from earlier hybrid frameworks

Are you wondering whether React Native is just another of those hybrid frameworks like Ionic or Cordova? It’s not! React Native is fundamentally different from these earlier hybrid frameworks.

React Native is very close to native. Consider the following aspects as described on the React Native website:

  • Access to many native platforms features: The primitives of React Native render to native platform UI. This means that your React Native app will use many native platform APIs as native apps would do.
  • Near-native user experience: React Native provides several native components, and these are platform agnostic.
  • The ease of accessing native APIs: React Native uses a declarative UI paradigm. This enables React Native to interact easily with native platform APIs since React Native wraps existing native code.

Due to these factors, React Native offers many more advantages compared to those earlier hybrid frameworks. We now review them.

#android app #frontend #ios app #mobile app development #benefits of react native #is react native good for mobile app development #native vs #pros and cons of react native #react mobile development #react native development #react native experience #react native framework #react native ios vs android #react native pros and cons #react native vs android #react native vs native #react native vs native performance #react vs native #why react native #why use react native

Harry Patel

Harry Patel

1614145832

A Complete Process to Create an App in 2021

It’s 2021, everything is getting replaced by a technologically emerged ecosystem, and mobile apps are one of the best examples to convey this message.

Though bypassing times, the development structure of mobile app has also been changed, but if you still follow the same process to create a mobile app for your business, then you are losing a ton of opportunities by not giving top-notch mobile experience to your users, which your competitors are doing.

You are about to lose potential existing customers you have, so what’s the ideal solution to build a successful mobile app in 2021?

This article will discuss how to build a mobile app in 2021 to help out many small businesses, startups & entrepreneurs by simplifying the mobile app development process for their business.

The first thing is to EVALUATE your mobile app IDEA means how your mobile app will change your target audience’s life and why your mobile app only can be the solution to their problem.

Now you have proposed a solution to a specific audience group, now start to think about the mobile app functionalities, the features would be in it, and simple to understand user interface with impressive UI designs.

From designing to development, everything is covered at this point; now, focus on a prelaunch marketing plan to create hype for your mobile app’s targeted audience, which will help you score initial downloads.

Boom, you are about to cross a particular download to generate a specific revenue through your mobile app.

#create an app in 2021 #process to create an app in 2021 #a complete process to create an app in 2021 #complete process to create an app in 2021 #process to create an app #complete process to create an app

How React Native Is Shaping Mobile App Development

Are you a mobile app developer looking for more efficient tools for your projects? Mobile app development is getting tougher and tougher as the market continues to grow. As a developer, you need to develop Apps which meet the demands of your users. To achieve this, adopt the right tools, like the React Native development framework.

Based on Statista data, the global mobile app market will generate over $935 billion in 2023 from more than $365 billion in 2018. The majority of this amount will come from in-app advertising and paid downloads. To gain a share in the marketplace, companies need to embrace new technologies to provide what consumers are looking for, such as seamless navigation and aesthetic appeal—the React Native development framework makes it all possible.

Table of Contents

  • What is Mobile App Development?
  • What are the Types of Apps?
  • What are the Components of Mobile App Architecture?
  • Things to Consider in Mobile App Development
  • What is React Native?
  • Top Reasons Why React Native is the Future of Mobile App Development
  • Useful Tips on How to Become an Excellent React Native Developer

#mobile-app-development #mobile-apps #react #react-native #android-app-development #app-development #ios-app-development #create-react-native-app

Poppy Cooke

Poppy Cooke

1559640797

How to create a full stack React/Express/MongoDB app using Docker

In this tutorial, I will guide you through the process of containerizing a React FrontEnd, a Node / Express API, and a MongoDB database using Docker containers in a very simple way.

Why should you care about Docker?

Docker is simply one of the most important technologies at the moment. It lets you run apps inside containers that are mostly isolated from “everything”.

Each container is like an individual virtual machine stripped out of everything that is not needed to run your app. This makes containers very light, fast and secure.

Containers are also meant to be disposable. If one goes rogue, you can kill it and make another just like it with no effort thanks to the container images system.

Another thing that makes Docker great is that the app inside containers will run the same in every system (Windows, Mac, or Linux). This is awesome if you are developing in your machine and then you want to deploy it to some cloud provider like GCP or AWS.

Docker containers everywhere!

Containerizing your app with Docker is as simple as creating a Dockerfile for each of your apps to first build an image, and then running each image to get your containers live.

Containerize your Client

To build our Client image you will be needing a Dockerfile. Let’s create one:

  1. Open the React / Express App in your favorite code editor (I’m using VS Code).
  2. Navigate to the Client folder.
  3. Create a new file named Dockerfile.
  4. Place this code inside it:
# Use a lighter version of Node as a parent imageFROM mhart/alpine-node:8.11.4
# Set the working directory to /clientWORKDIR /client
# copy package.json into the container at /clientCOPY package*.json /client/
# install dependenciesRUN npm install
# Copy the current directory contents into the container at /clientCOPY . /client/
# Make port 3000 available to the world outside this containerEXPOSE 3000
# Run the app when the container launchesCMD ["npm", "start"]

This will instruct docker to build an image (using these configurations) for our Client. You can read all about Dokerfile here.

Containerize your API

To build our API image you will be needing another Dockerfile. Let’s create it:

  1. Navigate to the API folder.
  2. Create a new file named Dockerfile.
  3. Place this code inside it:
# Use a lighter version of Node as a parent imageFROM mhart/alpine-node:8.11.4
# Set the working directory to /apiWORKDIR /api
# copy package.json into the container at /apiCOPY package*.json /api/
# install dependenciesRUN npm install
# Copy the current directory contents into the container at /apiCOPY . /api/
# Make port 80 available to the world outside this containerEXPOSE 80
# Run the app when the container launchesCMD ["npm", "start"]

This will instruct docker to build an image (using these configurations) for our API. You can read all about Dokerfile here.

Docker Compose

You could run each individual container using the Dokerfiles. In our case we have 3 containers to manage, so we will use docker-compose instead. Compose is a tool for defining and running multi-container Docker applications.

Let me show you how simple it is to use it:

  1. Open the React/Express App in your code editor.
  2. On your App main folder, create a new file and name it docker-compose.yml.
  3. Write this code in the docker-compose.yml file:
version: "2"

services: client: image: webapp-client restart: always ports: - "3000:3000" volumes: - ./client:/client - /client/node_modules links: - api networks: webappnetwork

api: image: webapp-api restart: always ports: - "9000:9000" volumes: - ./api:/api - /api/node_modules depends_on: - mongodb networks: webappnetwork

What sorcery is that?

You should read all about docker-compose here.

Basically, I’m telling Docker that I want to build a container called client, using the image **webapp-client (which is the image we defined on our Client Dockerfile) **that will be listening on port 3000. Then, I’m telling it that I want to build a container called api using the image webapp-api (which is the image we defined on our API Dockerfile) that will be listening on port 9000.

Keep in mind that there are many ways of writing a docker-compose.yml file. You should explore the documentation and use what better suits your needs.##

Add a MongoDB database

To add a MongoDB database is as simple as adding these lines of code to your docker-compose.yml file:

 mongodb: image: mongo restart: always container_name: mongodb volumes: - ./data-node:/data/db ports: - 27017:27017 command: mongod --noauth --smallfiles networks: - webappnetwork

This will create a container using the official MongoDB image.

Create a shared network for your containers

To create a shared network for your container just add the following code to your docker-compose.yml file:

networks: webappnetwork: driver: bridge

Notice that you already defined each container of your app to use this network.

In the end, your docker-compose.yml file should be something like this:

docker-compose.yml

In the docker-compose.yml file, the indentation matters. Be aware of that.

Get your containers running

  1. Now that you have a docker-compose.yml** **file, let’s build your images. Go to the terminal and on your App’s main directory run:
docker-compose build

  1. Now, to make Docker spin up the containers, just run:
docker-compose up

And… just like magic, you now have your Client, your API, and your Database, all running in separated containers with only one command. How cool is that?

Connect your API to MongoDB

  1. First, let’s install Mongoose to help us with the connection to MongoDB. On your terminal type:
npm install mongoose

  1. Now create a file called testDB.js on your API routes folder and insert this code:
const express = require("express");const router = express.Router();const mongoose = require("mongoose");

// Variable to be sent to Frontend with Database statuslet databaseConnection = "Waiting for Database response...";

router.get("/", function(req, res, next) { res.send(databaseConnection);});

// Connecting to MongoDBmongoose.connect("mongodb://mongodb:27017/test");

// If there is a connection error send an error messagemongoose.connection.on("error", error => { console.log("Database connection error:", error); databaseConnection = "Error connecting to Database";});

// If connected to MongoDB send a success messagemongoose.connection.once("open", () => { console.log("Connected to Database!"); databaseConnection = "Connected to Database";});

module.exports = router;

Ok, let’s see what this code is doing. First, I import Express, ExpressRouter, and Mongoose to be used on our /testDB route. Then I create a variable that will be sent as a response telling what happened with the request. Then I connect to the database using Mongoose.connect(). Then I check if the connection is working or not, and change the variable (I’ve created earlier) accordingly. Finally, I use module.exports to export this route so that I’m able to use it on app.js file.

  1. Now you have to “tell” Express to use that route you’ve just created. On your API folder, open the app.js file and insert this two lines of code:
var testDBRouter = require("./routes/testDB");app.use("/testDB", testDBRouter);

This will “tell” Express that every time there is a request to the endpoint /testDB, it should use the instructions on the file testDB.js.

  1. Now let’s test if everything is working properly. Go to your terminal and press control + C to bring your containers down. Then run docker-compose up to bring them back up again. After everything is up and running, if you navigate to http://localhost:9000/testDB you should see the message Connected to Database.

In the end, your app.js file should look like this:

api/app.js

Yep… it means the API is now connected to the database. But your FrontEnd doesn’t know yet. Let’s work on that now.

Make a request from React to the Database

To check if the React app can reach the Database let’s make a simple request to the endpoint you defined on the previous step.

  1. Go to your Client folder and open the App.js file.
  2. Now insert this code below the callAPI() method:
callDB() {    fetch("http://localhost:9000/testDB")        .then(res => res.text())        .then(res =>; this.setState({ dbResponse: res }))        .catch(err => err);}

This method will fetch the endpoint you defined earlier on the API and retrieve the response. Then it will store the response in the state of the component**.**

  1. Add a variable to the state of the component to store the response:
dbResponse: ""

  1. Inside the lifecycle method **componentDidMount(), **insert this code to execute the method you’ve just created when the component mounts:
this.callDB();

  1. Finally, add another <;p> tag after the one you already have to display the response from the Database:
<p className="App-intro">;{this.state.dbResponse}</p>

In the end, your App.js file should end up like this:

client/App.js

Finally, let’s see if everything is working

On your browser, go to http://localhost:3000/ and if everything is working properly, you should see these three messages :

  1. Welcome to React
  2. API is working properly
  3. Connected to Database

Something like this:

http://localhost:3000/

Congratulations!!!

You now have a full stack app with a React FrontEnd, a Node/Express API and a MongoDB database. All running inside individual Docker containers that are orchestrated with a simple docker-compose file.

This app can be used as a boilerplate to build your more robust app.

You can find all the code I wrote in the project repository.

#reactjs #express #mongodb #docker #node-js #web-development

Aria Barnes

Aria Barnes

1625490702

Is Full-Stack Developer A Vaccine For Startups?

There's a wise old saying: "Working with a full stack developer can lead to better technology solutions." And in recent years, this saying has proven to be true for many startups.

In the last few years, we have heard a lot about full-stack developers.

We know that a full-stack developer is a person who has complete knowledge of the different layers involved in application development. Whether you are dealing with the front or back end or working in the business layer, they take care of everything with ease.

But did you wonder why a full-stack developer is so important for a startup? 

This blog will answer all such queries. So let's get started.

The Demand for Full-Stack Developers

As per a development report published recently, it was seen that there had been a 206% increase in demand for full-stack developers from 2018 to 2020. This is because more companies seek multifaceted skills. 


Full-stack developers or a full-stack development company are able to take care of all the development needs of your project. So whether it's front-end or back-end development or enterprise layer development, they are competent to work on everything. You can always hire full-stack developers for your business needs.

What can a Full-Stack Developer Do?

In terms of software development, there are front-end developers and back-end developers. Front-end developers create the interface, while backend developers design the software. 

A full-stack developer can do everything. They take care of application design, server-side scripting, client-side coding, coding, administration, database creation, and any other project development needs.

The following are the responsibilities of a full stack developer that you hire:

  • Manage web development

  • Code applications and programs

  • Solve problems

  • Coordinate with other team members and developers

  • Think about testing techniques for web applications

In short, a full-stack developer has a strong understanding of the technologies that determine how a website looks, functions, and functions. The said developer must have a working knowledge of HTML, JavaScript, CSS, PHP, Angular, Ruby, MySQL, Node, MongoDB, Apache, etc. The knowledge to work with animations and design will add a bonus point to a candidate's portfolio.

Over time, the skills required for full-stack development have expanded and evolved. Long ago, the LAMP stack included Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP. It is more than MEAN and beyond today. 

Currently, a typical mean stack development service provides developers who can perform front-end development using JavaScript, HTML, CSS, and other JS frameworks; for the backend, they use Express and Node, and for databases, they follow MySQL and MongoDB.

Top Reasons to Hire Full-Stack Developers

  • Effective troubleshooting

When hiring a full-stack developer, companies are always looking for candidates who are capable of solving a problem. Full-stack developers are competent to handle all aspects of the project. They prove to be a practical solution for startups that are not willing to spend more money on many developers.

  • Wide range of technology skills

The main reason companies choose full-stack developers for their projects is their potential rather than their knowledge. Over time, companies teach them the skills they want them to have. In this way, in a few years, they learn different technological skills as the company expands.

  • Executive and management skills

Companies like to have people with business experience on board. A full-stack developer has the knowledge and expertise to work on the front-end, backend, and media architecture layers. This means that they are capable of performing better than an individual front-end or backend developer.

  • Economic

As full-stack developers can develop all aspects of a project, it is not necessary to form a team of experts. They will easily handle the project without help from anyone. This will save the right amount of money for the recruiting team.

  • Faster development process

Full-stack developers know different technologies, tools, and techniques. This means that when they take the project, they will be able to complete it faster. They will spend less time discussing and collaborating with the team on the project.

Benefits of Full-Stack Developers for Startups and Small Businesses

  • Established developers

Full-stack developers have enough experience to create outstanding features for the final product, which will be able to excite the market. They have the ability to build a complete product from scratch. If you want to gain some benefits from your product, you will have to collaborate with these experts. Remember that not all developers are capable of handling the project from a 360-degree perspective.

  • Versatility

A full-stack developer is able to work equally well on the front-end and the backend of a website or application. Front-end developers write code using JavaScript, HTML, and CSS, which are able to control the appearance of the solution and how it interacts with the browser and users. Backend developers write code that connects the website or application with other content management systems. A full-stack developer is capable of handling both tasks. They are focused on meeting customer expectations and finding solutions on their own.

 

  • Vast experience

Full-stack developers take on different web projects. This has helped them gain in-depth knowledge of various technologies and the experience to find quick solutions in web and application development. Such understanding and knowledge improve the performance of the project and its reception in the market.

  • The largest photograph

The main advantage of choosing a full-stack developer for your project is that they will come up with the complete structure of the project and offer their valuable input to the project as needed. Their services go beyond project development to maintain and optimize existing solutions.

  • Upgrades

Web design plays a crucial role in whether most people love or reject a website. Full-stack developers will make sure that the website is pretty user-friendly. They keep up with trends and technological innovations. To make sure their clients get the best interactive and responsive website, the developers implement intelligent features in their projects.

  • Troubleshooting issues

Full-stack developers have complete knowledge and experience of the different stages and aspects of website development. They are skilled enough to identify problems that may arise during the development of the project. They will propose long-term solutions to ensure that the website or application works optimally based on their findings.

  • All-inclusive

In addition to leading your web project and enabling enhancements to it, full-stack developers move to the level of representing your product to stakeholders or your company at conferences. They can move quickly from one operation to another with ease, streamlining the development process.

  • Economic

If you are on a tight budget but want to create a fantastic website, then you should consider hiring full developers for the job. You can even think about having a remote full-stack developer for the project. As such, a developer is capable of handling all aspects of project development; you won't have to hire different people for the job. This will save you a lot of money.

  • Delivery time

It will be easy for developers to share responsibilities among the team and coordinate with each other for better project progress. This will result in faster delivery of the project.

  • Project ownership

When you hire full-stack developers for your project, you can be sure that they will take care of everything. Such a developer will be able to develop MVP from start to finish. If you hire a full-stack developer in the middle of the project, even then, you'll find a way to join the flow seamlessly. Such a developer will work towards quality control of the design project.

 

 

Summing Up

So these were the advantages of hiring a full-stack developer. I hope you have noted the changes that a full-stack developer can bring to the table and in your company. However, working with a full-stack developer is the best way to work with a top full-stack development company in India.

It is a good idea that full-stack development companies bring to your projects are phenomenal and groundbreaking due to the expertise and experience that full-stack development companies bring to your projects.

If you have any other queries or suggestions, feel free to comment below.

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