Full Stack Web Development Training

Full Stack Web Development Course

Full Stack Web Development Course at LIPSINDIA India boost your front-end and back-end support, and implement a fully functional application. The courses include an orientation to client-side development, covering HTML/CSS, JavaScript/JQuery, and frameworks such as AngularJS and Bootstrap. On the server side, you’ll learn to implement NoSQL databases using MongoDB, work within a Node.js environment, ExpressJS, MongooseJS and communicate to the client side through a RESTful API. 

Full Stack Web Development Course Details

Express.JS

  • An Introduction to Express.js   Introduction   Express.js Overview   Our first Express Application Routing   Route parameters and queries Configurations   Enhancing apps with middleware  
  • Views   Views   Jade View Engine HTML Elements   Embedding JavaScript and Code Using Blocks for Layout   Stylesheets  
  • Working with Data   Working with Data   Displaying Data in Views Working with Forms   Content Negotiation Uploading Files   Serving Files   Locals and Helpers  
  • Common and Advanced Scenarios   Introduction   Working with cookies Working with sessions Custom middleware   Authentication and Authorization Error Handling   Using express to create web apps

Angular 5

  • Introduction to Angular 5 Angular components and module Http Forms  Routing Guards CLI

NODE.JS

  • Introduction   Node.js Background Getting Node.js   Demo: Developing for Node Node's Event Loop   Node Conventions for Writing Asychronous Code Demo: Writing Asychronous Code in Node.js   The "Christmas Tree" Problem, Conclusion  
  • Modules, require() and NPM   Introduction, Accessing Built-in Modules Demo: Accessing Built-in Modules   Using require() to Modularize Your Application Demo: Accessing Application Files with require() Finding 3rd Party Modules via NPM   Demo: Installing and Using 3rd Party Modules Publishing Your Own Module, Conclusion  
  • Events and Streams   Introduction   Events and the EventEmitter class   Demo: Returning an EventEmitter from a function Demo: Inheriting from EventEmitter   Readable and Writable Streams, the Pipe function Demo: Readable and Writable Streams   Demo: Piping Between Streams Conclusion  
  • Accessing the Local System   Introduction, The Process Object Demo: The Process object   Interacting with the File System   Demo: Interacting with the File System What is a Buffer?   Demo: Buffers   The OS Module, Conclusion  
  • Interacting with the Web   Introduction, Making Web Requests in Node   Demo: Making Web Requests in Node Building a Web Server in Node   Demo: Building a Web Server in Node Realtime Interaction with Socket.IO Demo: Socket.IO   Conclusion  
  • Scaling Your Node Application   Introduction, The Child Process Module Demo: The "exec" function   Demo: The "spawn" function Demo: The "fork" function   Scaling with Node's Cluster Module   Demo: Building a Clustered Web Server Conclusion

MongoDB

  • Course Introduction   Introduction Prerequisites   Why Mongoose?   Our Demo Application   Demo - Our Demo Application Summary  
  • Setting Up the Demo Application   Introduction   Node.js Packages Helpful Tools   Demo   Summary  
  • MongoDB   Introduction   Hosting Options   The Daily Stand-Up Database Summary  
  • Building the Mongoose Schema   Introduction   Comparison - RDBMS Schemas Simple Schema Example   Allowed Data Types   More Complex Schema Example   Demo - Building Our Daily Stand-Up Schema Summary  
  • Building a Model   Introduction   Our First Model Documents   Sub-Documents   Demo - Saving Documents Summary         Queries   Introduction   Documents and Their Helper Methods Updating and Removing Documents Demo - Querying Documents   Summary  
  • Validation   Introduction   Built-In Validators   Introduction to Middleware Custom Validators   Handling Validation Errors   Demo - Adding Validation to Our Application Summary  
  • Wrapping Things Up   Introduction More Tools   Alternative Framework Course Summary

Building Angular and Node.js Apps with the MEAN St

  • Course Introduction   Introduction Prerequisites                                 Operating System   The Multivision Application Versions  
  • Creating a Walking Skeleton   Introduction   Creating the package.json file Adding Git   Installing Clientside Dependencies with Bower Creating the Node Application   Adding Stylus   Creating a Layout   Creating the Angular Application Adding MongoDB   Displaying Data in a View Summary  
  • Deploying to Heroku   Introduction   Preparing for Heroku Heroku and MongoDB Pushing to Heroku   General Heroku Troubleshooting   Managing and Troubleshooting Heroku Keys Summary  
  • Designing the UI   Introduction   Creating the Header and Footer Creating the Main Page Content Adding Data to the Main Page Summary  
  • Authentication   Introduction   Adding the Login Display Refactoring server.js   Preparing for Login   Creating the Server Login Code Creating the Client Login Code Improving the Client Login Code Improving the Server Login Code Summary  
  • Security and Authorization   Introduction   Implementing Secure Passwords Adding Signout Functionality   Persisting Login between Page Refreshes Refactoring Server Authentication Code Implementing Clientside Authorization Implementing Serverside Authorization Protecting Admin Pages on the Client   Summary   Client-side Testing Introduction   Installing Testing Tools   Testing the mvUser Service Summary  
  • Implementing Signup - Creating Entities   Introduction   Implementing the Client Code   Creating the Server-side Controller Refactoring the Server-side Model Implementing Model Validation   Summary   Use Profile - Updating Data Introduction   Creating the Display   Creating the Client-side Code Creating the Server-side Code Summary  
  • Course List - Sorting, Filtering and Caching   Introduction   Creating the Client-side Code Creating the Server-side Code Filtering and Sorting   Getting Main Page Data from the Server Caching Data   Summary  
  • Course Details - Selecting and Caching Single Entities   Introduction   Creating the Client-side Code Creating the Server-side Code Getting Cached Data   Summary   Course Summary

Project

  • Create RESTFul services for Blog application defined in AngularJS code; MongodB data modeling, create Mongoose models; Integrate Mongodb, ExpressJS and Node.js application code; Deploy services in Heroku.

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Pawan Is a working professional with 8 years of corporate experience and is working with a global MNC. His expertise lies in building complex web applications using Angular And Full stack .

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Full Stack web Development Training FAQs.

Why should I learn AngularJS?

  • AngularJS has been built by Google and is one of the most widely used frameworks. It is open sourced, released under the permissive MIT license, and tries to solve the problem of creating Single Page Web Applications using the MVC design pattern. It has greatest number of third party modules and best community support. Here is the list of applications that have been built using AngularJS: https://www.madewithangular.com/#/ Comparison (https://www.airpair.com/js/javascript-framework-comparison) between AngularJS, BackboneJS and EmberJS clearly indicates that AngularJS is the framework of choice for web developers.

What is Full-Stack Javascript?

  • The application in which both the client and server side development has been done using Javascript is called Full Stack Javascript application. The MEAN stack is full side Javascript where:
    M: means MongoDB
    E: means ExpressJS
    A: means AngularJS
    N: means NodeJS

What are the prerequisites for learning Full-Stack JavaScript?

  • Moderate knowledge of HTML, CSS, JQuery and JavaScript. Basic understanding of MVC pattern and DOM

Why should I learn full stack Javascript technologies?

  • A lot of startups are building their application using full stack Javascript technologies because they allow for rapid development, constant iteration, maximal efficiency, speed and robustness. There is a huge developer community for these frameworks which makes it easy to address common and uncommon problems. A programmer with Javascript skills will be able to work on both client and server development in addition to building, testing and templating the application.

Which companies are using full stack Javascript technologies?

  • All major companies have started to migrate their applications to Node.js and others are building applications from scratch using the MEAN stack technology. PayPal, Dow Jones and Uber have already placed a business Node.js solutions into production. As mentioned, Yahoo, HP and many others have planned their next generation products on this MEAN stack platform.

Why should I learn Full Stack Javascript at LIPSINDIA?

  • The trainer has extensive experience in building products using MEAN Stack. So you will get learn from a person who has practical experience and has solved real problems.

Is there demand for full stack Javascript developers?