Why Go For Full-Stack Development In 2019

by Rob Stephen getaprogrammer

This article will sum up the reasons why to choose full-stack development for customer website or applications development when you can get it done with front-end and back-end development services separately.

In recent years, full-stack development gained overwhelming recognition in the field of IT.  Essentially, everyone considers full-stack development as an all-rounder concept for web development where one can have both the front-end and back-end functions of the application developed together. So far, businesses are getting full-cycle development services for their web projects from different developers teams of a company. There are three chief functions involved in the development of a web application namely Presentation layer dealing with user-interface, business logic dealing with data validation in the backend and lastly creation of database layer. While all the steps are to be followed between the conceptualisation of the idea and its final development, having specialist teams for each step is not only complicated but costly too.


The reason is clear why full-stack development rose to popularity. The points below will also explain why going for full-stack development can be the wisest decision ever for anyone seeking a custom business application.  


Control over the entire architecture of the application

While a full-stack developer got fuller control or ownership over the architecture of the application, you’ve got an upper-hand too. You can decide what structure you want and communicate it to the developer who can get it done exactly the way you wanted. Since there’s no chance of involvement of other developers to work on any of the front-end aspects of the application, the structure proposed earlier is strictly met.


Application will be built with the latest technologies

The full-stack developers adhere to the new technologies and upgrade themselves to make applications that stay ahead in the race. So, when you choose full-stack development for converting your web project idea, you can rest assured that it will be built exceptionally well and with advanced features using latest frameworks like Angular JS, Node JS and Mongo DB.


Cost savings is a major merit

Any day full-stack development will save up your costs considerably. Hiring programmers individually for the front-end and back-end development of your application is obviously more expensive. Contrary to that, hiring a single full-stack developer or a team who could suffice every need of front-end and backend is not only a money-saving idea but also saves up time.  Besides all that, fixing bug issues won’t be a headache because of the full-stack developer can handle that too.


Big advantages for startups or SMBs

While big businesses can easily afford back-end and front-end development separately regardless of the costs needed, SMBs or startups that may not able to do that. However, with full-stack development, the total budget for the applications development is pretty well reduced being developed with one team. So, they can easily rely on a full-stack developer to make their plan of an application successful.


These facts clearly explain why you must be heading towards full-stack development for your web application instead of getting separate front-end and back-end development separately. However, even technologies come with disadvantages both and so is full-stack development. There may arise problems like too much data processing and computations. So, make sure your full-stack development partner knows how to deal with such instances.

Rob Stephen is a dedicated Full-stack developer in Sydney working at GetAProgrammer, a versatile IT services company offering services for mobile apps, software and web applications development including full-stack development to a broad spectrum of businesses. An ardent programmer, avid writer and a traveller, he writes up interesting stories on technologies for the digital generation. 

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