Last Updated on January 12, 2023 by Salman Khan
Looking to hire a full stack developer in the next year? Or maybe you are just looking to advance your career as an existing full stack developer? Either way, these frameworks can help you get started learning about the development of applications from both the front-end and back-end perspective, so that you may become an employable full stack developer in 2022 or earlier!
2) ES6 and Beyond, Updated Edition
3) A Comprehensive Intro to React
4) Dive Into Python 3
Python is one of the most popular programming languages out there and has been used by many notable companies like Google and NASA. It’s also one of the easiest languages to learn, which makes it a great first language for beginners. Python 3 is the latest version of Python and has many new features that make it an even better choice than its predecessor.
5) Modern PHP Programming with Laravel 5.6
Modern PHP Programming with Laravel 5.6
In this course, you will learn how to program applications using the Laravel framework. You will start by learning the basics of the language and then move on to more advanced topics such as security and unit testing.
6) Solidus – Build Your Own Website Platform from Scratch
Solidus is an open-source PHP framework built for developers who want full control over their code. Solidus provides features like an event system, CLI tools, and database abstraction.
7) Learn by Doing – Node.js Development with MEAN Stack 2nd Ed
8) MERN Stack Front To Back
9) C# For Beginners
C# is one of the most popular languages for developing software, and it’s also one of the easiest languages to learn. With C# you can create desktop apps, mobile apps, and web applications. It’s also cross-platform which means that there are C# compilers for Linux, Mac OS X and Windows. If you’re looking for a language with an easy learning curve, robust community support and plenty of job opportunities, then C# is your best bet.
10) The Ultimate Web Design Course