The Toolkit of a Freelance Full Stack Web Developer

Becoming a freelance full stack web developer requires a lot of work and love of learning. At first sight it might be overwhelming to understand what you need to know and learn to make an entire web application on your own. Over the years I’ve built a lot of web applications and custom websites as a full stack web developer. Regardless of what I am building, I always try to choose tools best suited for the project.

What is different if you leave a long-term job and start as a freelance full stack web developer?

If you don’t have a pool of clients to work for, you will spend a lot of time to find quality freelance jobs. A lot of people think it is very easy to find a project as a freelance developer, because there is high demand for web developers. However, it takes a lot of time to find projects which pay well and good clients with real expectations.

As a full stack web developer, I have built web applications in JavaScript language, both in back-end and front-end. Not because I believe Javascript (Node.js) is the best back-end language, but the benefit of using the same language in front-end and back-end development.

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