In this situation, full stack developers are in greater demand. Why? Because a developer who is proficient in some of the aspects of a system's development stack can aid in producing better products more quickly. Let's examine what qualifies someone as a "full stack developer" in more detail.
What are the layers of IoT Full Stack?
Layer 1 – Sensors
Small and affordable sensors are utilised in a wide variety of modern personal and commercial gadgets. As more internet-connected sensors are included into new devices, this layer keeps growing.
Modern sensors do not require a direct internet connection. To communicate collected data to the cloud, they sync with smartphones, dongles, and other smart devices.
Layer 2 – Microcontrollers and internet connection
This is the layer where data processing and storage happens. By analysing, extracting, and summarising the data obtained beforehand, you may reduce the cost of data transfer and storage before uploading it to the cloud.
Most of the time, cloud apps decide whether to keep a device on or switch it off, but sometimes programmable microcontrollers are needed for an IoT device to make this decision.
Network connectivity, whether wired or wireless, is the most significant component of this layer. Wi-Fi and wireless network connectivity are typically needed to link IoT devices to the internet.