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re: 10 Things To Know As A Fullstack Developer 👁️👄👁️ VIEW POST

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Personally, I like to keep things synchronized, as I like to develop Front-End and Back-End together. I do not have the attention of developing the front-end first and then the back-end. I work on the basics of the features as after completing one feature, both front-end and back-end I like to move forward for a new features.

 

I actually meant that in your learning journey, you should learn frontend dev before backend dev. This usually works for most people. But of course, this is not 'one size fits all'.

 

Oh Nice, so it was from the learning prospective.

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