Full-Stack developers are those who develop complete applications and websites. These developers have before engaged in all aspects of development from front-end to back-end.
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About Full Stack
The Full Stack Development course in Satara provides many opportunities. It is for those who wish to become IT professionals with programming and programming skills. Full-Stack classes in Satara is an ideal course to master your coding interests. It includes the server and its functions. Web development, database connectivity, algorithms, and data structures are useful for industrial purposes.
The building blocks of Full-Stack development
As expected by recruiters, certain skills must be acquired in every individual. To become a Full-Stack web developer, we are your favorite. The most important feature of Full-Stack web developers are to consider the importance of front-end and back-end from a development perspective. Some complete web development tools are needed to make things easy. They work on databases and even debugging and testing. In short, developers need to understand that front-end developers are in greater demand. They have expertise in more than one technology. The Full-Stack developers can handle all aspects of development and produce smoother products. Given the ability to specialize in front-end or back-end development, why should a developer choose to learn the Full Stack? It goes back to the value of a T- shaped Person. You are most valuable to a team when you can address and discuss both aspects of the web development process and bridge the divide. In other words, a developer who can assess and communicate how a website should look and manipulate while understanding the technical limitations of such implementations is a valued and respected member of a team or company.
Why choose SevenMentor for Full-Stack?
Here are some unique highlights:
100% Employment Help
After completing the Full-Stack developer course, students will receive 100% employment help.
Obtaining knowledge from industry experts
We have a group of industry experts with decades of experience. They have in-depth knowledge in their respective fields. In this way, future average Stack developers can have a thorough understanding of the Full Stack development industry.
On-site project training
SevenMentor provides students with opportunities to engage in various on-site projects in the Full Stack course. You can gain practical experience as a Full-time developer by working on various projects in real-time during the training.
Leading companies are hiring Full Stack developers
Hiring Full Stack developers is no longer a difficult choice as many agencies provide their rental services. Outsourcing is a wise choice. Website owners can start other work at the same time after explaining their requirements. They can leave the development process to the Full Stack experts. Hiring an individual or agent to develop a website has many advantages. In short, this undoubtedly saves time, money, and energy. Professional institutions have their websites for you to browse. The convenience of the Internet ensures that business owners can search for options at a comfortable time and convenient time at home or in the office. It is also required to provide Web development services. As each new client helps them gain experience, professional agencies will always remain responsive. The Internet helps to hold meetings and discussions without meeting each other. Agencies with extensive experience can develop entire batches of products, and can also help you add suggestions and ideas, and delete ideas during the planning process. It does not apply to customers. Hiring a Full Stack developer means receiving regular customer feedback before the deadline. Full Stack also conducts testing and experimentation in the development process to record or avoid errors. One of the main benefits of hiring a Full-Stack development professional is that you will not waste time fixing errors such as solutions. They can be used by the same team or individual. There is no need to seek solutions from other people. Obtaining advice from people, who have used the Full-Stack expert or looking at the agent’s client list, will also help in the evaluation. Be competitive and bring more experience to agents. The ideal Full-Stack team or developer is someone who can work closely with customers. He tries to provide a user-friendly, easy-to-use website to help their business flourish.
Full-Stack development career
It is difficult to become a Full-Stack developer because you will have the knowledge needed to compete in the industry. The basic knowledge of front-end web development and back-end knowledge make this career a bit difficult, but a Full Stack course in Satara will help you. If time is tight, you can choose the online Full Stack development classes in Satara. When you consider whether you can learn all and enter the industry immediately. Then you can use it. For those, who like classroom activities, some available technologies can make it easy for you to master Full-Stack training in Satara.
Benefits of online training
You can flexibly connect and take part in training from your location all over the world.
The process of adapting to the schedule to improve people’s skills. Gain experience through real-time scripts and hands-on exercises.
Pre-set so that attendees can plan their schedule accordingly.
Our modules comply with technical standards.
We provide you with deeply researched content for advanced learning.
Our online Full Stack courses in Satara are highly interactive and practical.
These courses are taught by experienced moderators.
We provide you with good cost-effective service.
- BE/ Bsc Candidate
- Any Engineers
- Any Graduate
- Any Post-Graduate
- Candidate seeking this course
Syllabus of Full Stack
- 1. HTML 4 and HTML 5
- A. Introduction of HTML
- B. Tag, Elements and Attributes
- C. Basics syntax
- D. Table
- E. List
- F. Forms
- G. Structure of HTML4 and HTML5
- H. Semantic and non-semantic tags
- I. HTML 5 Features
- J. New Input type
- K. Forms Attribute
- L. SVG
- M. Canvas
- N. Audio, Video Tag
- 2. CSS (Cascading Style Sheet)
- A. Attributes (ID, Class, Style, Title )
- B. CSS Types (Inline, Internal, External)
- C. Box-model
- D. Display Property (Block, Inline, None)
- E. Visibility-Hidden
- F. Position Property(Static, Relative, Absolute, Fixed )
- G. Z-index Property
- H. Combinators (Descendant Selector, Child Selector, Adjacent Sibling Selector, General Sibling Selector)
- I. CSS Pseudo-classes (Link, Visited, Hover, Active)
- J. CSS Pseudo-elements (First Line, First Letter, Before, After ,Selection)
- K. Static Web Page
- L. Viewport Meta tag
- 3. CSS 3
- A. Background, Multiple Backgrounds
- B. Font Related Features (online fonts)
- C. Text-Effect and Box-Effect
- D. Gradients-Linear and Radial
- E. Transition
- F. Transformation
- G. Animation
- H. Media Queries
- 4. Bootstrap
- A. Introduction of Bootstrap (Responsive)
- B. Typography
- C. Tables
- D. Images, Buttons
- E. Grid Structure-Type of columns
- F. Forms
- G. Jumbortron,
- H. well
- I. Panel
- J. Navbar, Nav Tab
- K. Carousel
- L. Responsive Web Page
- C. Variables
- D. Keywords
- E. Data Type (Primitive, non-primitive)
- F. JS Conditions (if, if-else)
- G. Conditional operators & logical operators
- H. Loops (for, while, do-while)
- I. Switch Case
- J. Functions
- K. SetTimeout and set Interval Function
- L. HTML DOM
- M. Use the document object to access and manipulate HTML
- N. Changing HTML Elements
- O. Adding and Deleting Elements
- P. Array
- Q. Objects
- R. How to access Objects (Dot Notation, bracket Notation)
- S. Object Creation (Empty Object, Literal Way, Constructor Way)
- T. Prototype
- U. Validations
- V. Events
- 6. jQuery
- 1. Introduction
- A. JQuery Library
- B. First JQuery Example
- C. The Document Ready Function
- D. How to escape a special character
- 2. Selectors
- A. Basic selectors
- B. Precise Selectors
- C. Combination of Selectors
- D. Hierarchy Selectors
- E. Selection Index Filters
- F. Visibility Filters
- G. Forms Selectors
- H. Forms Filters
- 3. Find Dropdown Selected Item
- 4. Document Traversal
- A. Getting a specific DOM element
- 5. Event
- A. Events Helpers
- B. Attach Event
- C. Detaching Events
- D. Events Triggering
- 6. HTML Manipulation
- 7. AJAX with jQuery
- 8. Use and Benefits JSON
- 9. Overview of AngularJS
- Express JS
- Introduction and Environment Set Up.
- What is Typescript and ECMAScript?, with Features, AOT, JIT, TSC ( Transpilation ) Work and Config, code difference in JS and TS
- What is Angular?
- What is the framework?
- The need for MVC, MVVM, MVW and MV* Architecture in Web Application
- What is Components-Based Web Development? And the benefits.
- AngularJs (vs) Angular
- Setup for the local development environment
- Angular files and folder structure with JSON configuration
- Role of Node JS and NPM in Angular
- What is CLI? Angular CLI
- (Command Line Interface) Commands
- Introduction Of Example Project
- Start First Angular S. P. A. from basic
- Execution of angular.json and package.json
- Linking between all project files in MVC architecture
- Creating our first element and typescript
- Selector: customize or ignore tag(s)
- Decorators and Metadata
- Import and imports array,
- Component and @Component, NgModule and @NgModule, bootstrap, Selector and template, Backticks and coding std in the template ( ES2015 feature ) templateUrl, styles array, and the styleUrls array Declaration array, class, BrowserModule and bootsrap Module etc. Launching the application. Role of the Module and Components. Splitting of Module and Component. Exporting in Angular
- Apart from this, we will learn how Angular reacts for invalid structure, we will understand the concept of the framework with MVVM, MV*, MVW or MVC architecture.
- Structural directives
- Built-in Directives ngIF, ngFor, ngSwitch Style and Class Directives ngClass, [class.clsName] ngStyle, [style.stlName] Attribute directives Customise Directive
- Component: Way to Create, Split and reuse it.
- Host Listener and Host Binding
- Data Binding
- Property binding
- Event binding
- Two-way Binding
- Class binding
- Style binding
- create a dynamic component ( without a separate component file ) using @Component.
- What are the components?
- Understanding Components lifecycle hooks
- Creating a component with CLI
- Split an Angular application using components to make Angular application lightweight and high performance.
- Root App module
- Ahead-Of-Time(AOT) Compilation
- Feature modules
- Getting more Object Oriented:
- Create a Model for data ( validating data )
- Classes – Properties, Methods, Constructors, Inheritance Exporting a model
- Mock data model ( as the Angular team prefers )
- Implementing style: inline style, internal style, and external style file Splitting view files CSS style Scope
- Forms in Angular
- Template Driven Forms
- Why pipes are useful?
- Built-in pipes
- Parameterizing pipes
- Custom pipes
- Services & Dependency injection
- Creating Service
- $http Service
- Introduction to Injectors ( Dependency Injection )
- Providers: use and implementation.
- Parameterized routing.
- Configuring & Navigating
- Parameterized routes
- Operations Using Http Service
- requests using HTTP service.
- Creating Services
- Creating Components
- Creating Routings
- Configuring NgModule
- Working with JSON Data file
- Run the application
- Deployment of an optimize app product
- Deploy on FTP web server
- Deployment on Google firebase web hosting service
- Build an application as a product with a specific location
- Build an application as a product in an optimized way
- API implementation in Angular Application.
- What is API(s)? Use and Benefits of using API(s).
- Way to configure and implement it.
- Angular Material
- What is Google’s Material Design?
- Use and benefits using Angular Material.
- How to add and configure a new Module with an existing angular root module.
- Way to convert and implement Materialize Designs in Angular Framework.
- Implementation of Bootstrap Framework in Angular Framework
- with dependent JQuery library(es).
- What are Bootstrap and ngb?
- Way to implement for development and testing environment.
- New CLI(s)
- Understanding new and Deprecated CLI(s) in Angular.
- Start with the development build
- II. Event-driven scalability: Node.js applies a different logic to handling web requests. Rather than having multiple threads waiting to process web requests, they are processed on the same thread using a basic event model.
- III. Extensibility: Node.js has a great following and an active development community.
- IV. Time: Nodejs is super easy to set up and develop in.
- In only a few minutes, you can install Node.js and have a working web server.
- Environment Setup
- First Application
- REPL Terminal
- Package Manager (NPM)
- Callbacks Concept
- Event Loop
- Event Emitter
- File System
- Global Object
- Utility Modules
- Web Module
- Express Framework
- RESTFul API
- MongoDB is an agile and scalable NOSQL Database. The name Mongo DB comes from “humongous”. It is based on the NoSQL document store model, meaning that data is stored in the database as a form of JSON objects rather than the traditional columns and rows of a relational database. Following are some reasons that MongoDB really fits in the Node.js stack well:
- I. High performance: MongoDB is one of the highest performing databases available. Especially today when more and more people interact with websites, it is important to have a backend that can support heavy traffic.
- II. High Availability: MongoDB’s replication model makes it easy to maintain scalability while keeping high performance.
- III. High Scalability: MongoDB’s structure makes it easy to scale horizontally by sharing the data across multiple servers.
- IV. NO SQL Injection: MongoDB is susceptible to SQL injection because objects are stored as objects, not using SQL strings.
- Data Modeling
- Create Database
- Drop Database
- Create Collection
- Drop Collection
- Data Types
- Insert Document
- Query Document
- Update Document
- Delete Document
- The Express Module acts as the webserver in the Node.js-to-Angular stack. The fact that it is running in Node.js makes it easy to configure, implement, and control. The Express module is an extension of Node.js for handling several web requests. This allows you to implement a running web server in Node.js with only a few lines of code. Features of Express are:
- I. Route management: Express makes it easy to define routes that tie directly to Node.js script functionality on the server.
- II. Error Handling: Express provides built-in error handling for documents not found and other errors.
- III. Easy integration: An Express server can easily be implemented behind an existing reverse proxy system such as Nginx or Varnish. This allows it to be easily integrated into your existing secured system.
- IV. Cookies: Express provides easy cookie management.
- V. Session and cache management: Express also enables session management and cache management.
- Hello World
- HTTP Methods
- URL Building
- Static Files
- Form Data
- CRUD operation with MEAN from scratch.
Trainer Profile of Full Stack
- Certified professional trainer.
- More than 5+ years experience.
- Trained students by giving real time examples.
- Strong knowledge of theory and practical
- Trainers are industry experience.
- Trainers have Real time project experience in their industry.
- Students can ask their doubts to the trainer.
- Trainer prepares students on relevant subjects for the interview.
- Our trainers give real time based assignments to understand the subject practically.
Full Stack Exams & Certification
SevenMentor Certification has the credibility to enhance your knowledge and pave a road for a successful career in corporate as a Full Stack Developer. We will not only provide you theoretical and practical sessions but also groom you to be effective in the ever changing role of Web Developer.
Proficiency After Training
- Candidate will have an excellent understanding of HTML, CSS and MEAN using MongoDB, Angular, Nodejs and Expressjs Programming as front end technologies
- Through the full stack training candidates will create a Single Page Application. CRUD operation with data storage Firebase application with basic testing understanding.
- Master in Handling the Database with in-depth knowledge of NoSQL
- Mastering skills of data modeling, ingestion, query, sharding, and data replication.
- Good understanding of the Full Stack concept to create a front end application.
- Basic understanding of the Testing of the Full Stack Training module.
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We are providing Training to the needs from Beginners level to Experts level.
Course will be 90 hrs to 110 hrs duration with real-time projects and covers both teaching and practical sessions.
We have already finished 100+ Batches with 100% course completion record.
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The Full-Stack development course helped me lay a solid foundation for the angular and Full-Stack concepts. It promoted my career development. The teacher conducts tests and homework after each unit, which increases my confidence in the subject.
- Priti Jain
SevenMentor's Full Stack course in Satara is a great career decision. SevenMentor allows me to plan my courses flexibly and has the support of professional experts. They help me complete the course successFully. It gives practical training for specific industries.
- Tanvi Goyal
The comprehensive curriculum gives me the knowledge. I learn to apply it to various projects. I will recommend the Full Stack course Satara to my friends.
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