Full stack development means we create a structure or framework that carries the application data and create views of it to manage resources or client information.
Using Laravel, we are able to progress an applications “back end” swiftly and evolve the database. This means that during a sprint we can add new data to core tables or add new ways to store data.
Using Laravel’s template system, we can rapidly create Views of that data on sophisticated screens that allow user interactions. This is not enough, today’s applications require interactivity and for this we employ the very powerful and fast VueJS framework.
For example: you run a booking system for hotel rooms. You want the end customer to drag and drop features visually into a search listing to find their idea room. This requires a display that interacts both with the data and the user.