Sure, it’s also fullstack JavaScript,
Cristian Medina

I’d argue what you described was a layer of abstraction over HTML/CSS/JS. The way that you don’t have to think much about C/C++ when writing in PyQt/Tkinter, where the lower level code is just “spat out”.
Full stack JS for the most part still involves writing HTML/CSS/JS, and writing plumbing to connect your front end to your backend. Most tellingly, you can’t manipulate your UI from the backend. (Though Meteor is very close).

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