I was a little hesitant to go with a full-stack web development project.
I’ve always liked web-oriented apps, and I’ve been using it to develop an app for years.
But the first time I made a single web app, it was incredibly frustrating.
I spent hours trying to figure out the right structure to build and then working out exactly how I wanted to structure the app and how I needed to build it, while trying to understand why my app was broken and why it was not what I wanted it to be.
Eventually, I realized that it was more of a problem of the app itself, than anything else.
I went back to basicsThe first time we did a full web app in the early days, it took me hours to build, debug, and deploy it.
This wasn’t because I wanted a full stack web app: the whole point was to build a full mobile app.
It was because it was a learning experience.
I didn’t want to spend more time building apps than I had to, and it took a lot of effort to build the app in that style, and that style is not for everyone.
But it’s definitely worth it, and a good start.