The back-end, also known as the server-side, includes technologies such as databases, servers, and APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) and handles the logic, data storage, and flow of a web application.
To become a full-stack web developer, one should have a strong understanding of web development technologies, languages and frameworks, including:
A full-stack web developer is responsible for designing and developing websites, troubleshooting and debugging issues, and collaborating with other team members such as designers and project managers to deliver a functional and visually pleasing website.
The goal of the Full Stack Web Developer Nanodegree program is to equip learners with the unique skills they need to build database-backed APIs and web applications.
A graduate of this program will be able to design and build databases for software applications, create and deploy database-backed web APIs, and secure and manage user authentication and access control for an application backend.
On average, successful students take 4 months to complete this program.