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Tilak Jain
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Full Stack Web Developer Roadmap

Hello guys, welcome to my blog again and today we are going to discuss the full path to becoming a Full Stack Web Developer and resources to learn Full Stack Web Development.
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πŸš€What is Full Stack Web Developer?

Full stack web developers can create full-fledged web applications and websites. They are responsible for the frontend, backend, database, and debugging of web applications or websites.

πŸš€Where to Start?

πŸ”—Front End:-

The front end is the part of a website with which the user interacts directly.

Frontend basics

  1. HTML: Hyper text markup language (HTML) is a Markup Language used to create web pages.

  2. CSS: Cascading Style Sheet is the style sheet language which is used to describe the look and formatting of a document written in markup language.

  3. JavaScript: JavaScript is a necessary component for adding dynamic features to your website.

πŸ”— Frontend Frameworks:

Frameworks, both for frontend and backend development, make it easier and faster to create common functionality.

1.CSS: Bootstrap, Bulma, Tailwind, etc.

CSS Frameworks


  • React js: React A JavaScript library for building user interfaces
  • Angular: AngularJS lets you express the behavior in a clean readable form without the usual boilerplate of updating the DOM, registering callbacks or watching model changes.
  • vuejs: Vue.js is the Progressive JavaScript Framework An approachable, performant and versatile framework for building web user interfaces
  • Next.js: Next.js is an open-source web development framework built on top of Node.js enabling React-based web applications functionalities such as server-side rendering and generating static websites.
  • etc

Js Frameworks

πŸ”— Back End:-

It refers to the server side of an application and everything that communicates between the database and the browser.

Learn any Programming Languages like:
β€’ Python: Python is one of the most popular programming languages. It also provides us frameworks like Django and Flask.

β€’ JavaScript: It is used for both front End and back end. JavaScript provides frameworks like Node.js to work on backend.

β€’ PHP: PHP is a server-side scripting language designed specifically for web development.

πŸ”— Backend Frameworks:

  1. Node.js: Well, Node.js isn't a framework exactly but it helps for executing JavaScript in backend if used with Express middleware.
  2. Django: A Python framework to work upon web. There is also Flask but Django is more advanced than flask.

Backend Frameworks

πŸ”— Databases:-

  1. MongoDB: It is NO SQL database that provides you with numerous prominent features.
  2. MySQL: It is fast and high-performance database that provides better scalability, usability, and reliability.


πŸ”— Other things you have to learn:-

  1. Git: You should know what is version control and how to do it.
  2. Terminal Basics.(SSH/Bash)
  3. Browser compatibility.
  4. Responsive design
  5. DSA
  6. DevOps: AWS, cloud db, etc
  7. Github
  8. Deployment & Hosting

πŸ”— Resources:-

  1. (Get detailed Roadmap)
  2. W3schools
  3. Freecodecamp
  4. Codecademy
  5. YouTube: β€’ thenewboston β€’ Traversy Media β€’ CodewithHarry
  6. 100+ Free Resouces to Learn Full Stack Web Development

πŸš€Remember, you don't have to master everything. Just Practice, it is the key to success!

So, this is it. Thanks for Reading 😊

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