Fullstack development is an approach to software engineering that combines both front-end and back-end development. It enables developers to build complete, robust applications by using a set of technologies and frameworks to develop both client-side (front-end) and server-side (back-end) functions. By focusing on the entire stack, fullstack developers have the skills needed to create powerful user experiences from start to finish.
In addition, fullstack developers can work with a wide variety of frameworks depending on their project needs. For example, some popular front-end libraries used by full-stack developers include React JS for building interactive interfaces, Angular for building single-page web applications, Vue JS for building user interfaces, Bootstrap for quickly prototyping web designs, and jQuery for easily manipulating HTML elements in a browser window. On the backend, frameworks such as Node JS, which can be used with Express JS as a web application framework; Ruby on Rails, which can be used with Active Record ORM as an object-relational mapping system; Django, which offers a powerful set of out-of-the-box features including authentication systems & database schema migrations; Flask, which allows easy access & manipulation of API endpoints & integration with other services such as Amazon Web Services (AWS); plus many more libraries available depending on specific project needs & preferences.
Full stack development offers many advantages over traditional approaches where only one part of the stack is considered at a time - usually either front-end or back-end separately - due to its holistic nature, allowing greater control over all layers involved in an application's architecture from start to finish. With expertise across many different technologies & concepts, this type of approach allows smaller teams or individual developers to work independently - without the need for specialist help from multiple sources - resulting in faster delivery times & reduced overall costs when compared to assembling separate teams focused solely on either backend or frontend aspects. As such, this methodology has become increasingly popular with those developing modern web applications today due to its cost saving potential combined with efficient workflows that allow greater visibility across entire projects at each stage involved throughout their lifecycle.