Who is the MEAN Stack Developer?

In designing the web applications the term MEAN stack refers to the collection of JAVAScript-Based technologies. MEAN is an acronym of MongoDB, Express JS, Angular JS as well as Node Js. This MEAN is the full-stack JavaScript from Client to server and server to the DataBase. This platform allows the one to develop the code as little as possible. Moreover, we people can develop the applications from Client to the server using the only JavaScript in a short span of time.

So, advance your career as the MEAN Stack developer by enrolling in MEAN Stack training. Here the learners can get hands-on experience on full JavaScript Development using the MEAN Stack Technologies. Moreover, you people can also gain skills and expertise in designing a different kind of applications from scratch.

  • JavaScript Basics and Its Functionalists
  • Advanced Concepts of JavaScript
  • Operators
  • Decision Making Statements
  • Looping Statements
  • Functions
  • Events
  • Cookies
  • Dialog Boxes
  • Objects
  • Built-In Objects
  • Error Handling
  • Validations
  • Introduction
  • Bootstrapping Process
  • Typescript Introduction
  • An App with Data Binding & Directives
  • Forms Inputs & Events
  • Apply Styles to Templates, Components
  • Dependency Injection
  • Implementing Routes
  • Implementation of HTTP & Observables
  • Introduction
  • Environment Setup
  • First Application
  • REPL Terminal
  • Packager Manager (NPM)
  • Callbacks Concept
  • Event Loop
  • Event Emitter
  • Buffers
  • Streams
  • File System
  • Global Objects
  • Utility Modules
  • Web Modules
  • Express Framework
  • RESTFUL API
  • Scaling Application
  • Packaging
  • ExpressJS Basics
  • Advanced Concepts of ExpressJS
  • GET and POST
  • Routing
  • URL Building
  • Middleware
  • Templating
  • Forms
  • Database
  • RESTFUL API’s
  • Scaffolding

MongoDB

  • MongoDB Basics
  • Environment Setup
  • Database
  • Collection
  • CRUD – Documents
  • Methods

Javascript Basics and Its Functionalists

  • Introduction,
  • Advantages, Limitations
  • Syntax, Enabling & Disabling
  • Placement of Javascript, Embedded, External
  • Variables Creation

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