A tech stack in web development refers to the combination of technologies and programming languages used to create and maintain an excellent web application. A full-stack web app can be made using many different tech stacks. The specific technologies and languages used in a tech-stack depends entirely on the project and the goals of the developer or development team. So, what's your current tech stack? It can have frameworks like React or Svelte, databases, ORMs, CSS frameworks, tools, plugins, extensions, and anything you use in the development process.
My current tech stack is T3 stack, which might sound a bit new to some people:
- Next.js - Fullstack framework
- Typescirpt - Doesn't need any explanation🤣
- tRPC - A way to write fully typesafe APIs. GraphQL Killer😈
- Prisma - ORM
- Tailwind CSS - For styling
- NextAuth.js - For authentication
This tack focuses primarly on implementing full-stack TypeScript applications. Typescript isn't optional here😓. This stack can be used both for front-end and back-end.
Write about your tech-stack in the comments below, looking forward to reading them!
Top comments (29)
Depends what you classify as 'web' development - my current role has me using HTML, JS, and CSS on a daily basis - but the work does not involve the internet, or a traditional web browser...
The tech stack is:
Actually it depends on the project. I often return to
"ExpressJS, TailwindCSS and EJS with MongoDB (mongoose as a driver)"
after considering other choices. The last project I was doing, was supposed to be done with NextJS, so if you have any such restrictions your stack will change.
Yea, I agree, btw great stack!!👌. I would say prisma would be better instead of mongoose as It generates also types for you.
Oh, I did not know about Prisma, thanks. I will try it out in one of my next projects. (However, I don't use Typescript)
currently learning svelte & grpc gateway! It looks like I will pick tailwind also 👀
Yes, Tailwind will be a good add to the stack👌
I am thinking about adding Tailwind to my Svelte stack also 👀
@m4ty are you using any UI component on svelte?
I’ve used Carbon Components and Skeleton. Carbon components are more for “functional apps, that don’t look so good” and Skeleton is suitable for modern looking websites.
thank you for the reference, will look into that 👍
For complex stuff: Java Spring Boot Backend + Vue3 Typescript Frontend
For simple stuff: Cloudflare Workers Backend + Vue3 Typescript Frontend
DB and UI Lib depends on project mostly.
Sometimes a bit of Python for local tooling scripts.
Nice stack, looks like you love to use multiple programming languages 😉 in your stack.👍
Always TypeScript, Tailwind for styling, and PostgreSQL for the database, and Prisma as the ORM. I usually host my site on Vercel, but I also use Railway.
For static sites and somewhat interactive sites I use Astro. It’s such a joy to use. For more interactive sites I use SvelteKit.
Solid and Svelte are my framework of choice.
Pretty much like t3 stack, just instead of nextjs you use svelte or solid. Btw great stack.✌
Elixir/Phoenix + PostgreSQL pretty much covers it 😀
Actually I like a very minimalistic approach using #HTMX combined with Server Side Rendering. That can take you a long way.
. My aspirations for my future are to be Full-stack Developer. can you please tell me the best road map to be full-stack devloper . and thank you
I'll soon write an article about this. Stay tuned😊
thank you soo mush
My tech stack:
Web pages: SvelteKit + Tailwind
Mobile, Desktop, Web apps: Dart/Flutter
Backend services: Python3/FastApi or Directus
Nice stack, mate.👨💻👌
Typescript, ChakraUI, Firebase, NextJS
Nice stack. However, shift to Supabase from Firebase. The database in firebase is really bad and confusing.😓
Nice to see the T3 stack in the wild! Love it
Yea, really love the stack
SvelteKit with SCSS on top.
For backend Graphql TS.
Nice stack man, I am really eager to try svelte kit. Heard It is really good👌😊.
Angular/.NET/MSSQL if its a serious project
MEVN if I just want to stand a POC up quickly
Flutter for mobile dev