The first concept of the term “Full-stack” is based on the work done by Chris Dixon, a software entrepreneur and American investor: a Full-stack startup is a business that develops a technology that can provide the end customer with a complete product to the end user that manages its entire value chain.
In our case, full-stack means to specialize in the entire development process instead of just one part. What does this mean for you? We provide precise services to get you from A to Z in the IT world. Our team is filled with project managers, quality assurance, user experience, user interface, android, back-end, flutter, front-end, and iOS developers. This way, you get high-quality service without having to coordinate between multiple companies.
A stack is a phrase that came from “full-stack developers” — those who can code both back- and front-end requirements for an app.
A full-stack developer is a web developer who works with both the front and back ends of a website or application—meaning they can tackle projects that involve databases, building user-facing websites, or even work with clients during the planning phase of projects.
Full-stack can apply to a web stack, mobile stack, or a native application stack (i.e., software programs for specific devices).
Full-stack development includes almost any project where you’re working on (or building) both the front and back end of a website or app at the same time. Essentially, it’s any web development project that would typically require both a front end developer and back end developer, but instead the role of both is filled by a full stack developer.
If you want to know more about our work as a Full-Stack Digital Agency, go to the post below.