Full Stack Development
Full-stack development requires a broad skillset. The best candidates will demonstrate substantial experience within each of the several areas outlined below. There are various differences between a web developer and a full-stack developer. A web developer tends to be specialized in either front-end or back-end development. A full-stack engineer instead will be proficient across the board, including any associated areas such as database design/management and DevOps.
Building Android applications requires a deep understanding of programming and design. When approaching a new technology for the first time, it often helps to break it down into pieces. If you’re an experienced web developer, many of the concepts and technologies involved in Android app development will be analogous to things you already know – although building apps for mobile devices often requires mastery of a number of more nuanced concepts. Mobile devices have smaller screens, simpler processors, and – in the case of Android – many different manufacturers, meaning that developers need to keep code flexible and account for a variety of user interface scenarios