For smaller projects, you can use no-code tools or the work of a single programmer. He or she must be full-stack, i.e., be able to create the backend and frontend layer. Building a website in this way is tempting due to simplified management and lower costs. However, web development is a complicated process, and the difficulty may increase exponentially with the website's complexity.
In his book, “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People”, Stephen R. Covey writes about "sharpening the saw". This is the step without which the undertaken action will be much more complex than we initially thought or may even not be completed at all. Sharpening the saw is about proper preparation and planning of work. Thanks to it, we can better manage the available resources and risks.
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