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Full Stack Development course with Job Assistance

About Full Stack Development Course

Learn the right skills to break into a Web development career and advance yourself as a full-stack Web Developer. This course will serve as a comprehensive introduction to various topics in Software Development. This course is a proper blend of theory and the practical hands-on session for each and every concept. Throughout the course, participants will work on a complete end-to-end tech stack to implement the concepts learned during the course.

A full-stack web development course will teach you how to design and develop complete websites from start to finish. You will learn how to work on different web development aspects, including front-end, back-end, databases, debugging, and testing. Whether you’re interested in becoming a Front-End Developer or want to work in Back End Technologies, this course will give you all the skills you need to become a full-stack web developer and build a portfolio of projects. 


There are no prerequisites required for the course. But a little knowledge of programming and HTML, CSS, and JavaScript is a benefit for a candidate.

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    Learning Outcomes

    At the end of the course participants should be able to;

    Build an extensive backend API with Java SpringBoot.

    Protecting routes/endpoints with JWT (JSON Web Tokens)

    Extensive API testing with Postman.

    Integrating React with our backend in an elegant way, creating a great workflow.

    Creating the build scripts and securing the keys before deployment

    Building our frontend using React to work with backend API’s

    Get hands-on experience on Amazon EC2 Cloud Instance

    Full Stack Development Syllabus

    The Best in Industry content by leading industry faculty in the form of case studies and projects, assignments and live sessions.

    Module 1: Front End Development & Version Control

    1. Introduction
    a. Download and install IntelliJ
    b. Overview of Full Stack Dev Program
    2. HTML
    a. Inline elements
    b. Block elements
    c. Forms
    d. Type of Inputs
    e. Buttons
    f. Anchor tags
    g. Images
    h. Meta tags
    3. CSS
    a. Cascading
    b. Selectors
    c. Cascading Algorithms
    d. Padding
    e. Margin
    f. Floating
    g. Inline and inline block
    h. Border
    i. Box Model
    j. Bootstrap
    4. JavaScript
    a. JS Basics (ES6)
    b. DOM Handling and Manipulations
    c. Events
    d. Object Oriented JavaScript
    e. AJAX
    5. React
    a. Creating React App
    b. Folder Structure
    c. Understanding React Components
    d. Adding components
    e. Listening to events
    f. Understanding JSX
    g. Creating functional components
    h. Working with props
    i. Getting user inputs
    j. Handling Events
    k. Adding forms
    l. Routing in React
    m. Third party APIs
    6. Project on Front End Development
    7. Version Control
    a. Introduction to Version Control
    b. Introduction to Git and GitHub
    c. Why Git
    d. Centralized and Distributed Version Control System e. Installing Git
    f. Git Basics
    g. Forking
    h. Cloning
    i. Making changes to Local Repositories
    j. Committing
    k. Branching
    l. Collaborating with Multiple Developers

    Module 2: Java Programming & Problem Solving

    1. Java: Basics to Intermediate
    a. Environment Setup
    b. Control Flow
    c. Loops
    d. Methods
    e. Introduction to Oops
    f. Inheritance, Polymorphism, Encapsulation and Abstraction
    g. Introduction to Array and Linked List
    h. Working with Set, List and Maps
    i. Overview of Stream and Stream Operations
    2. Exception and File Handling
    a. Introduction to Exception Handling
    b. Understanding various Exception Types
    c. Handling Exceptions using Try, Catch and Finally
    d. Creating User Defined Exceptions
    e. Introduction to Stream IO
    f. Understanding Streams and its Hierarchy
    g. Reading and Writing Files
    h. Input and Output
    3. Databases
    a. Introduction to Databases
    b. Relational Databases
    c. Creating a Databases
    d. Creating a Table
    e. Insert, Select, Delete and Update
    f. CRUD Operations on Databases
    g. Joins and Group by
    h. Advance database queries
    4. JDBC
    a. Introduction to API’s
    b. Introduction to JDBC and its components
    c. JDBC Drivers
    d. Creating a connection
    e. Statements and Result Set
    f. Best Practices on writing JDBC code
    5. Problem Solving
    a. Arrays
    b. Bit Manipulation
    c. Searching and Sorting
    d. Recursion and Backtracking
    e. Hashing
    f. Stacks
    g. Queues
    h. Linked List
    i. Trees
    j. Heaps
    k. Greedy Programming
    l. Dynamic Programming
    m. Graphs
    6. Project using Java Programming

    Module 3: Systems Design

    1. Introduction to Distributed Systems
    2. Load Balancers
    3. Consistent Hashing
    4. CAP Theorem
    5. Databases: SQL vs NoSQL
    6. Caching
    7. Messaging Queues – Kafka
    8. Case Study 1: Designing High Level of URL Shortening Service
    9. Case Study 2: Designing High Level of YouTube or Netflix
    10. Case Study 3: Designing High Level of API Rate Limiter
    11. OOPs Concepts
    12. Design Patterns
    13. UML Designs
    14. Activity Diagrams
    15. Class Diagrams
    16. Case Study 4: Designing URL Shortening Service like Tiny URL
    17. Case Study 5: Designing Ticket Booking System like BookMyShow
    18. Case Study 6: Designing Hotel Booking System like OYO Rooms

    Module 4: Backend Development

    1. Web Applications
    a. Hypertext Transfer Protocol
    b. What are Web Applications
    c. Client: Server Architecture
    d. Introduction to MVC Architecture
    e. Model, View and Controller
    2. MVC Architecture
    a. Why MVC
    b. Introducing Springboot MVC
    c. Creating a “Hello World” app using Springboot MVC
    d. Understanding the Folder Structure
    3. Springboot Framework
    a. Introduction to Application Development using Springboot b. Springboot “Hello World” Application
    c. Understanding Dependency Injection
    d. Inversion of Control
    4. Object Relational Mapper
    a. JDBC vs ORMs
    b. Mapping between Object and Database Tables
    c. Introduction to Java Persistence API (JPA)
    d. Introduction to Hibernate
    e. Entity and Entity Manager
    f. Transient and Persistent
    g. Repository Class
    h. Migrations
    5. User Authentication
    a. Creating User Models
    b. Creating API routes for user sign up and login
    c. Sending token to the frontend
    d. Implementing JWT
    e. Token Expiration
    6. REST APIs
    a. Understanding REST Architecture
    b. MVC vs REST API
    c. Building RESTful APIs
    d. Testing Backend APIs with Postman
    7. Creating a Blogging Website in Springboot
    a. Designing the UML for Application
    b. Login and Register Functionality Implementation
    c. Create, Update and Delete a Blog Post
    d. User and Post Mapping
    e. Designing the Frontend
    f. Integrating frontend with the backend APIs

    Module 5: AWS Deployment & Capstone Project

    1. Springboot App Deployment on AWS
    2. Capstone Projects
    a. Food Ordering Application
    b. Blogging Web Application
    c. Social Media Web Application
    d. YouTube Clone
    e. Netflix Clone
    f. Spotify Clone
    g. Split wise Clone

    Session TypeDate & Time
    New Batch – OnlineAugust 25th at 8AM
    Workshop on FSD (Online)August 18th to 22nd @10AM

    How Many Modules in Full Stack Development Course?

    A full-stack web development course will teach you how to design and develop complete websites from start to finish. You will learn how to work on different aspects of web development including front-end, back-end, databases, debugging, and testing.

    • Frontend Development
    • Frontend Web Development Includes languages such as HTML, CSS, Bootstrap, JavaScript, HTML DOM, JSON, XML, jQuery, Angular.

    • Backend Development
    • Backend web development includes languages such as Java, Ruby, Python, PHP, . Net, etc

    • Database Development
    • Database Developers need to possess strong analytical, problem-solving, organizational, and problem-solving skills. Oral and written communication skills are also a must. And also MySQL, MongoDB, CouchDB, Hadoop

    • Testing Web Development
    • There are different stages for manual testing such as unit testing, integration testing, system testing, and user acceptance testing. Testers use test plans, test cases, or test scenarios to test software to ensure the completeness of testing.

      Whether you’re interested in becoming a Front-End Developer or want to work in Back End Technologies, this course will give you all the skills you need to become a full-stack web developer and build a portfolio of projects.

      Full Stack Development course with Job Assistance

      The advantage of being a full-stack developer is

      • You can master all the techniques involved in a development project.
      • You can make a prototype very rapidly.
      • You can provide help to all the team members.
      • You can reduce the cost of the project.
      • You can reduce the time used for team communication.
      • You can switch between front and back end development based on requirements.
      • You can better understand all aspects of new and upcoming technologies.

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