Fullstack development

Advanced web development Web solutions also for your company

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I am happy to support you in the evaluation, execution and implementation of your web project

Niels Langlotz

Tel: +49 176 45 606 488
E-Mail: info(at)typoniels.de

I would like to use my project experience as a developer for your next project, just contact me.

Frequently asked questions & answers

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Ensuring software quality is an essential part of developing business-critical web solutions for companies and so quality assurance is also a high priority at TYPONiels.

For continuous testing I write automated tests with different test frameworks like PHPUnit, Codeception and and execute a specially developed process for static code analysis for every code change. Here, all code is checked for bad programming paradigms and optimized right away. Output of these analyses are then different metrics, which allow an easy evaluation of the quality.

I would be happy to advise you on the subject of software quality without obligation.

A full stack developer is someone who deals with all aspects of software development, from frontend development to backend development and database development. In general, the domains covered by a full stack developer include the following:

  • Frontend development: This involves developing user interfaces and interacting with the user over the internet. This includes HTML, CSS, JavaScript and other frontend technologies.
  • Backend development: This involves developing server and database software responsible for processing requests and storing data. This includes languages such as Python, Java and PHP.
  • Database development: This involves managing databases and designing data structures and queries. This includes databases such as MySQL and NoSQL.
  • DevOps: This involves automating deployment processes and managing infrastructure. This includes tools such as Docker, Kubernetes and Ansible.

A full stack developer should be able to deal with all of these domains and use them in software development.