Full Stack Web Development

Full Stack Web Development

(467 reviews)
Full Stack Web Development

Full Stack Web Development is data sets that are so big and complex that traditional data-processing application software are inadequate to deal with them. Full Stack Web Development challenges include capturing data, data storage, data analysis, search, sharing, transfer, visualization, querying, updating, information privacy and data source. There are a number of concepts associated with Full Stack Web Development: originally there were concepts volume, variety, velocity.Other concepts later attributed with Full Stack Web Development are veracity (i.e., how much noise is in the data and value.

Data sets grow rapidly - in part because they are increasingly gathered by cheap and numerous information-sensing Internet of things devices such as mobile devices, aerial (remote sensing), software logs, cameras, microphones, radio-frequency identification (RFID) readers and wireless sensor networks.The world's technological per-capita capacity to store information has roughly doubled every 40 months since the 1980s;as of 2012, every day 2.5 exabytes (2.5×1018) of data are generated.Based on an IDC report prediction, the global data volume will grow exponentially from 4.4 zettabytes to 44 zettabytes between 2013 and 2020.By 2025, IDC predicts there will be 163 zettabytes of data.One question for large enterprises is determining who should own big-data initiatives that affect the entire organization.

Course Features

  • Students 307
  • Duration4/6 week
  • Skill levelall
  • LanguageEnglish
    • MODULE 1: HTML

      No. Of Days

      DESCRIPTION

      3

      Introduction HTML

      ·  HTML Basics

      ·   Elements

      ·  5 Semantic

      ·   Attributes

      ·   Headings

      ·   Paragraph

      ·   Styles

      ·   Formatting

      ·   Quotations

      ·   Computer Code

      ·   Comments & Colours

      ·   CSS, Links and Images

      ·   Lists

      ·   Blocks

      ·   Classes

      ·   Layout

      ·   Responsive

      ·   iframes

      ·   JavaScript

      ·   Head

      ·   Entities and URI

      ·   CodeSymbols and XHTML

      ·   Charset and Forms

       

      MODULE 2: CSS3

      No. Of Days

      DESCRIPTION

       

       

      Introduction CSS3

      CSS Float

      4

      CSS3 Syntax

      CSS Inline-block

       

      CSS3 How To

      CSS Align

       

      CSS3 Colours

      CSS Combinators

       

      CSS3 Backgrounds

      CSS Pseudo-class

       

      CSS3 Boarders

      CSS Pseudo-element

       

      CSS Padding

      CSS Navigation Bar

       

      CSS Height/Width

      CSS Dropdowns

       

      CSS3 Gradients

      CSS Tooltips

       

      CSS3 Shadows

      CSS3 Images

       

      CSS3 Text

      CSS Attr Selectors

       

      CSS3 Fonts

      CSS Forms

       

      CSS3 2D Transforms

      CSS Counters

       

      CSS3 3D Transforms

      CSS3 Animations

       

      CSS Links

      CSS3 Buttons

       

      CSS Lists

      CSS3 Pagination

       

      CSS Tables

      CSS3 Multiple Columns

       

      CSS Box Model

      CSS3 User Interface

       

      CSS Outline

      CSS3 Box Sizing

       

      CSS Display

      CSS3 Filters

       

      CSS Max-width

      CSS3 Media Queries

       

      CSS Position

      CSS3 Responsive

       

      MODULE 3: JAVASCRIPT

      No. Of Days

      DESCRIPTION

      4

      Introduction to JavaScript

      ·  Java Script Language

      ·  Basics JavaScript Objects

      ·  JavaScript Scope

      ·  JavaScript Events

      ·  JavaScript Strings

      ·  JavaScript Numbers

      ·  JavaScript Math

      ·  JavaScript Arrays

      ·  JavaScript Boolean

      ·  JavaScript Comparisons

      ·  JavaScript Conditions

      ·  JavaScript Switch

      ·  JavaScript Loops

      ·  JavaScript Type Conversion

      ·  JavaScript RegExp

      ·  JavaScript Errors

      ·  JavaScript Debugging

      ·  JavaScript Hoisting

      ·  JavaScript Strict Mode

      ·  JavaScript Functions

      ·  JavaScript Objects

      ·  JavaScript Forms

      ·  JavaScript ·   DOM

      ·  JavaScript BOM

       

      MODULE 4: Nodejs

      No. Of Days

      DESCRIPTION

      7

      Introduction to Nodejs

      ·  What is nodejs

      ·  A word on eventloop

      ·  Event driven architecture

      ·  Blocking vs non-blocking code

      ·  Setup nodejs

      ·  Node REPL

      ·  HelloWorld program

      ·  Debugging nodejs app

       

      Modules in JS

      ·  Understanding exports and require

      ·  Creating modules

      ·  Importing modules

      ·  Quick tour on npm

      ·  Installing 3rd party modules

       

      Events & streams

      ·  Significance of Events

      ·  EventEmitter class

      ·  Emitting and listening to events

      ·  Types of streams

      ·  Working with streams

      ·  Composing streams using pipe

       

       Working with Process and File System

      ·  Process object

      ·  Handling exceptions at process level

      ·  Listening to process events

      ·  Working with file system using fs module

      ·  Creating, Copying, Deleting files

      ·  Creating, Copying, Deleting directories

      ·  Watching for file changes

       

      MODULE 5: ExpressJs

      No. Of Days

      DESCRIPTION

      6

      Expressjs Introduction & Setup

      ·  Installing express

      ·  First App with express - Demo

      ·  Little about routes

      ·  Little about Express middleware

      ·  Serving static files with express

      ·  Express application generator

      ·  What is expressjs

       

      Routing in Depth

      ·  Route Methods

      ·  Route Paths

      ·  Parametrized Routes

      ·  Route Handlers

      ·  Express Router

       

      Middleware

      ·  Types of middleware

      ·  Application

      ·  Router

      ·  Error

      ·  Builtin

      ·  Thirdparty

      ·  Error middleware

      ·  Bodyparser, cookie parser, session management

       

      Template Engines

      ·  What are template engines

      ·  EJS

      ·  Jade

      ·  Handlebars

       

      Expressjs security

      ·  Authentication

      ·  JWT

      ·  Securing routes

       

      Debugging in Express

      Realtime programming with Socket.io

      Scaling nodejs applications

      ·  The Child process model

      ·  exec, spawn, and fork functions

      ·  Using the Cluster module

       

      MODULE 6: MongoDB

      No. Of Days

      DESCRIPTION

      7

      Introduction to MongoDB

      ·  Installing MongoDB

      ·  The current SQL/NoSQL landscape

      ·  Document-oriented vs. other types of storage

      ·  Mongo's featureset

      ·  Common use-cases

      ·  MongoDB databases

      ·  MongoDB Collections

      ·  MongoDB Documents

       

      CRUD Operations in Mongodb

      ·  Creating documents

      ·  insert()

      ·  update()

      ·  save()

      ·  Querying documents

      ·  find()

      ·  Working with equality 

      ·  Query operators

      ·  Building complex queries

      ·  Updating documents

      ·  Deleting documents

       

      Introduction to Mongoose

      ·  Word on ORM/ODM 

      ·  Installing mongoose

      ·  Connecting to MongoDB from mongoose

       

      Core concepts of Mongoose

      ·  Understanding mongoose schemas and datatypes

      ·  Working with Models 

      ·  Using modifiers in schema

      ·  Using virtual fields

      ·  Optimizing query performance by enabling indexes

       

      Extending Models

      ·  Working with hooks

      ·  Validation of model data

      ·  Creating custom static methods

      ·  Creating custom instance methods

      ·  CRUD operations with Mongoose

       

      MODULE 7: ANGULAR 4.0

      No. Of Days

      DESCRIPTION

      7

      Typescript & ES6

      ·  Introduction 

      ·  What is Typescript

      ·  Why Typescript

      ·  Setup and installation

      ·  IDE support

       

      Scoping using Let and Const Keywords ( ES6 )

      Template Literals  ( ES6 )

      Spread Syntax and Rest Parameters  ( ES6 )

      Destructuring ( ES6 )

      Power of Types

      ·  Introduction

      ·  Type inference

      ·  Type Annotations

      ·  Number

      ·  Boolean

      ·  String

      ·  Array

      ·  Tuple

      ·  Enum

      ·  Any

      ·  Void

      ·  Null and Undefined

      ·  Never ( Typescript 2)

       

      Explore Functions

      ·  Introduction

      ·  Using types in functions

      ·  Function as types

      ·  Optional and default parameters

      ·  Arrow functions

      ·  Function overloading

       

      Classes

      ·  Introduction

      ·  Inheritance

      ·  Access modifiers

      ·  Getters and setters

      ·  Read-only & static

      ·  Abstract classes

       

      Interfaces

      ·  Introduction

      ·  Optional properties and methods

      ·  Read-only & const

      ·  Strict structural contract

      ·  Extending interface 

      ·  Implementing interface

       

      Modules

      ·  Introduction

      ·  Import

      ·  Export

      ·  Default

       

      Decorators ( Typescript Aspect Oriented Programming)

      Working with Angular CLI 

      ·  Angular CLI

      ·  Anatomy of the project

      ·  Debugging Angular apps

      ·  Working with Augury

      Birds Eye View Of Angular 4

       

      MODULE 8: PROJECTS

       

       

      Last 7 Days participants will guided in the projects

      PROJECT 1- Create a project using MEAN stack that allows users to create their own contacts and manage them. The project should have two sections - Administrator and Users.

       

      The administrator should be able to:

      1. Create and manage (View / Edit / Delete) Application Users and user roles

       

      The application user should be able to:

      1. Register, login, and manage passwords

      2. Create and manage contacts created for self

       

      PROJECT 2 - Book Search Engine

      PROJECT 3 - Social Media Web Application

Course Name: Full Stack Web Development


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