Full-Stack Development - Java, Spring, Micro-Services Training In Bangalore
Full-Stack Development - Java, Spring, Micro-Services
A Full Stack Developer is an expert who works to implement the full stack of an application meaning the person can implement Front End Technology, Back End Development Languages, Database, Server, API, and Version Controlling Systems efficiently. Hence, the name “Full Stack” Developer.
The full-stack developer translates user requirements into the overall architecture and implements the new systems. A full-stack developer is not expected to know all technologies. However, he is expected to understand what is going on when developing a product.
The combination of different technologies and frameworks used to develop an architecture is called a stack. Some of the popular stacks include MEAN Stack, MERN Stack, LAMP Stack, etc. However in this article today we will be talking about Full Stack Development using Java and Spring.
Spring Framework Core Components
The Core container from Spring consists of four modules: SpEL , Context, Core, Beans.These are described below:
- The SpEL module is used for manipulating objects during execution.
- Context is built based on Beans and Core and allows you to access any object that is defined in the settings. The main element of the Context module is the Application Context interface.
- The Core module is responsible for providing important properties like IoC and DI.
- The Bean module is responsible for managing Spring Beans.
Spring is one of the most popular backend frameworks used to develop applications in Java. Spring is known for delivering reliable and high-quality applications. Therefore Spring has become the most popular technology in the Java world for the EJB model.
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Web Spring Framework
The Web Spring Framework module provides functions such as downloading files and creating web applications and using rest services. It also provides MVC architecture and supports communication between client and server using sockets.
Since Spring provides so many facilities and is compatible with Java8, Java 9, EE7, EE8, etc and is also catching up with the latest technologies, therefore, it has become the go-to framework for application development in Java. It also supports JUnit 5 and functional programming through Kotlin, therefore it makes the development process easy.
The average salary of a full stack front end developer is around USD 1,10,000 and with expertise can even touch $1,50,000. Java being one of the most popular programming languages, learning the complete full-stack architecture can give a huge boost to your career.