How to Become a Full-Stack Web Developer in 2021?
Who Is A Full Stack Developer?
What Makes A Developer Full-Stack?
Ten Steps To Becoming A Full Stack Developer.
1) Learn Basic Tools And Software For Web Development.
Text Editor / IDE: VSCode is no doubt suitable for many occasions and many languages. It has excellent performance, great extensions, a built-in terminal, and tons of features. In 2019 the stack overflow survey VScode was the first preference of the developers. If we talk about IDE, Visual Studio (ASP.net or C #), Eclipse, and Netbeans are good options.
Web Browser: Most developer’s first choice is Chrome or Firefox. Web Browser: Most developer’s first choice is Chrome or Firefox. Firefox has come a long way, and also some of the good things about it are not present in the Chrome browser. Both browsers have awesome dev-tools for troubleshooting web development issues. Other web browsers to get acquainted with are Safari, Edge, and Brave.
Terminal: You will do a lot of work with CLI using some system commands. So you can use the default or third-party terminal for your web development project. Bash, Zsh, Powershell, Git Bash, iTerm, Hyper are all options to use.
Design: Not everyone should learn this. In companies, there is a specific team to create images, logos, or drawings, but if you are a front developer or work as a freelancer, you should learn Adobe XD, Photoshop, Sketch, or Figma.
- CSS Fundamentals
- CSS Grid and Flexbox
- CSS Custom Properties
3) Responsive Layouts
- Learn how to set the viewport
- Media queries for different screen sizes
- Fluid Widths
- rem units
- Mobile First
5) Learn CSS Frameworks
- Tailwind CSS