Java full
    stack development

Java full stack development

A full-stack Java developer from Kirti Technologies creates the front end, the backend module, and the database from start to finish on the application stack.

The front end

The application's front-end module makes use of HTML, basic CSS, and JavaScript. Businesses choose to use frameworks like React, Angular, Vue, etc. to construct their front-end modules in addition to these fundamental technologies. Choosing front-end frameworks requires teamwork at.

  • Give their front-end module a structure.
  • Utilize the functions that these frameworks provide, such as the ability to divide a page into separate components, reuse those components, dynamic loading, and so forth.
  • by avoiding the need to write boilerplate code, the development process is sped up.
  • Code maintenance should be effective.
  • Have a uniform appearance and feel for the UI.
  • By resolving regular issues that developers would encounter if and when they did not use a framework, framework utilization speeds up the development process. Thankfully, this does not mean that we must always use a framework while developing the front-end module of our application. There are always trade-offs when utilizing a framework or library, and it largely depends on the use situation.

    Backend application module

    Speaking of the application's backend module, it will obviously be written in Java. The developer needs to be knowledgeable in Core Java, Java EE Enterprise Edition, which includes Servlets, REST, JSON API, asynchronous, server-sent events, JPA, and other components, in order to construct the application backend. besides to the foundations, Kirti Technologies uses the Spring framework, which is the industry standard Java framework for developing enterprise applications because of the absurdly large amount of capabilities it provides. Initially an MVC framework, Spring has evolved into a full ecosystem. Spring framework has you covered whether you're developing monoliths, microservices, serverless applications, reactive, event-driven, cloud-native applications, or any other type of application.