A full-stack web developer is someone who has honed their expertise in both front-end and back-end/server coding. A full-stack web developer can create, code, execute, and manage a fully functional modern interactive website on his or her own (not just a static website with a few pages)
A few years ago, all that was needed was a web designer to build the graphic design in Photoshop and/or Dreamweaver and a web developer to code the front-end/back-end scripts, and the website was ready to go. Websites were paid based on the number of “pages” at the time.
In the present day, we have a graphic designer, a web designer, a UI designer, a UX designer, and an interaction designer.
Advantages of Being a Full-Stack Web Developer ->You can build a professional website from the ground up for your employer.
You can contribute effectively to cross-functional Agile teams by doing both front-end and back-end growth. Since Agile project management is quickly becoming the standard for web application creation and UI/UX is becoming increasingly important for the success or failure of any web application, you will be viewed as a valuable team member who contributes to project success.
You can launch your own website design and production company.
You can create your own websites and monetize them using Ad sense, affiliate marketing, selling your own goods, and other methods.