Masters in Full Stack Development Training

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Master the fundamentals of web development and learn how front-end and back-end technologies work.

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Start Date : 29th Apr 2024Duration : 8 Months
Format : Live Online /Self-Paced/Classroom
Future of Masters in Full Stack Development Training

₹3 LPA to ₹15 LPA

A full-stack developer as a fresher can earn around ₹3 LPA. On the other hand, an experienced full-stack developer can earn around ₹15 LPA.


Job Opportunities

As per the data of the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, around 8,53,000 full stack developer jobs will be created in next few years.


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As per Evan Data Group, there will be around 28 billion full stack developers in the world by the next few years.


Masters in Full Stack Development Training

4.9 out of 5 rating vote 4157

Master the fundamentals of web development and learn how front-end and back-end technologies work..

INR 65000 + GST
100% Placement Assistance

Program Overview

The master's in full-stack development course will help you become familiar with the fundamental concepts of web development and various front-end and back-end technologies. After completing this course, you will gain an in-depth understanding of the latest web development technologies and the entire development (web development) process. Furthermore, you will also become proficient in working with different relational database management systems. After this course, you can work as a professional:

  • Full-Stack Developer
  • Back-End Developer
  • Front-End Developer
  • Web Developer
  • Web Designer

Students that pursue their careers in the full-stack development industry are presented with various job opportunities. This is primarily because a full-stack developer eliminates the need to hire a front-end developer and back-end developer for a development project. This is why many organizations prefer to hire full-stack developers rather than hiring individual front-end developers and back-end developers for their development projects.

  • Web_IconAs per the data of the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, around 8,53,000 full stack developer jobs will be created by the next few years.
  • branProfessionals who pursue their careers in full-stack development have various career options to choose from. For example, you can pursue your career as a full-stack developer, web designer, front-end/back-end developer, etc.
  • polyAs per Evan Data Group, there will be around 28 billion full stack developers in the world by the next few years.
  • analyticsAs per the survey of the US Bureau of Labour Statistics, developers may witness job growth of approximately 27% by the next few year.

The demand for full-stack developers is huge in the market. This is because they help a company eliminate the need to hire separate front-end developers and back-end developers for their development projects. By doing this course, you will gain in-depth knowledge about full-stack development. Moreover, you will learn how to work with different front-end and back-end technologies without any difficulty.

m IconWith project-based training, you will learn all the skills that a competent full-stack developer must possess.

 m IconBy doing this course, you can guarantee yourself a successful career as a full-stack developer. Moreover, you can earn around ₹3 LPA to ₹15 LPA as remuneration while working as a full-stack developer.

icon 3As per the data of the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, around 8,53,000 full stack developer jobs will be created by the year 2024.

The aim of the master's in full-stack development course is to make aspiring developers highly competent and expert full-stack developers. This course will help you prepare yourself to get a job in the development industry easily. Moreover, you will master different front-end and back-end technologies.
Things you will learn:

  • Development fundamentals like HTML, CSS, JavaScript, etc.
  • Different front-end/back-end technologies
  • Responsibilities of a full stack developer
  • How to develop mobile-friendly web apps and websites?
  • How to develop and manage a back-end server?

The main objective of the full-stack development course is to provide high-quality web development training to students and make them highly proficient full-stack developers. The course covers all the essential topics that are important for becoming an expert full-stack developer. The content of the course is designed keeping in mind the emerging demands of the development industry.

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Course 1
Web Designing

Web design is the process of creating beautiful, intuitive, and simple websites. This web design course typically covers HTML, CSS, JavaScript, web development frameworks, and responsive design. The students acquire knowledge of layout design with design programs such as Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and Sketch and start from scratch. They also learn to program and create animated buttons, forms, and other interactive components.


Course Content

    • Module 1 : Web Designing
      • HTML
        • HTML
          • What is HTML
          • What is a Web Browser
          • What are Versions of HTML
          • What can you Do with HTML
          • HTML Development Environments
          • Writing Code with a Text Editor
        • Review of HTML Elements
          • Rules of Syntax
          • Making your Code Readable
          • Building a Document
          • Using Colors
          • Adding Color to your Page
          • Using Headings
          • Using Paragraphs
          • Aligning Block-Level Elements
        • Inserting Spaces and Line Breaks
          • Displaying Preformatted Text
          • Formatting with Inline Elements
          • Controlling Fonts
          • Introducing List Elements
          • Creating Unordered Lists
          • Creating Ordered
        • What is an HTML Table
          • Building a Table
          • Cell Padding and Cell Spacing
          • Controlling Table and Cell Width
          • Aligning a Table on the Page
          • Aligning Tables and Text
          • Aligning Table Data
          • Spanning Columns and Rows
        • Creating a Hyperlink
          • Understanding and Using URLs
          • Linking to a Web Document
          • Linking to a Local Document
          • Linking to Anchors
          • Opening a New Browser Window
        • Image Formats
          • Inserting Inline Images
          • Aligning Images
          • Using Images to Anchor Links
          • Sizing Images
          • Using Transparent Images
          • Using GIF Animation
        • Forms and Controls
          • Forms and Form Elements
          • Form Actions, Form Methods, Form Design
      • HTML 5
        • Introduction
          • Laying out a page with HTML5
          • Page Structure
          • New HTML5 Structural
          • Page Simplification
        • HTML 5 - How we got here
          • New Features of HTML5
          • The HTML5 Semantic Element
          • Current State of Browser Support
          • The section Tag
          • The article Tag
          • The header Tag
          • The Footer Tag
          • Supported Media Types
          • The audio Element
          • The video Element
        • HTML5 FORMS
          • New Input Types
          • autocomplete
          • novalidate
          • required
          • placeholder
          • autofocus
          • autocomplete
          • form
          • pattern
        • HTML 5 - How we got here
          • New Features of HTML5
          • The HTML5 Semantic Element
          • Current State of Browser Support
          • The section Tag
          • The article Tag
          • The header Tag
          • The Footer Tag
      • CSS 2.0
        • Introduction of CSS
        • CSS Syntax
        • CSS Comments
        • CSS Types
          • Inline
          • Internal
          • External
        • CSS Selector
          • ID
          • Class
          • Attribute
          • Grouping
          • Universal
        • CSS Color
          • RGB Value
          • Hex Value
          • Color Name
        • Background
          • background-color
          • background-repeat
          • background-attachement
          • background position
          • background-size
          • background-image
        • CSS Margin
          • Margin-top
          • Margin-bottom
          • Margin-left
          • Margin-Right
        • CSS Padding
          • Padding -top
          • Padding -bottom
          • Padding -left
          • Padding –Right
        • Outline
          • Outline-style
          • Outline-color
          • Outline Width
          • Outline-Offset
          • Outline Shorthand Property
        • CSS Height and Width
        • CSS Display properties
        • CSS Position Properties
        • CSS Overflow
        • CSS Float and Clear
        • Pseudo Class and Element
      • CSS 3.0
        • Introduction to CSS 3
          • Border
          • border-radius
        • CSS Shadows
          • Text-shadow
          • Box-shadow
        • Transitions
          • transition
          • transition-delay
          • transition-duration
          • transition-property
        • 2D Transforms
          • transform
          • matrix ()
          • translate (x, y)
          • scale (x, y)
          • rotate(angle)
          • skew (x-angle, y-angle)
        • Animations
          • @keyframes
          • animation
          • animation-direction
          • animation-duration
          • animation-name
        • Selectors
          • CSS combinations
          • Pseudo Elements
        • Gradients
          • Linear Gradients
          • Radial Gradients
        • User Interface
          • resize
          • box-sizing
          • outline-offset
        • CSS Filters
          • Blur
          • Opacity
        • Media Query
          • What is Responsive Web Design
          • Intro to the Viewport
          • The Viewport Tag
          • Media Queries
          • Tablet Styles
          • Mobile Styles
          • Making a Mobile Drop-down Menu
        • Web Fonts
          • @font-face
          • font-family
          • src
          • font-stretch
          • font-style
          • font-weight
        • Flexbox
          • flex-grow
          • flex-shrink
          • flex-basis
          • flex
          • flex-wrap
          • flex-direction
          • flex-flow
          • justify-content
          • align-items
          • order
Course 2
Bootstrap Framework Latest Version

A popular front-end extension framework called Bootstrap is used to design mobile-friendly responsive landing pages. Students taking Bootstrap training often learn to build websites using HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and jQuery alongside Bootstrap. Students will learn how to use ready-to-use Bootstrap components such as navigation menus, frameworks, and templates to create pages quickly and efficiently in the Bootstrap Framework curriculum.


Course Content

    • Module 2 : Bootstrap Framework Latest Version (HTML, CSS, and JS Library)
      • Introduction
        • Introduction of Bootstrap
        • What needs for Bootstrap
        • Our First Web Page
        • What's Inside
        • Scripts and Styles
        • Bootstrap CDN Link
        • Summary
      • Layout with Bootstrap
        • Introduction
        • Grid Layouts
        • Simple Layout
        • Fixed Grids
        • Responsive Design
        • Responsive Utilities
        • Summary
      • Transitions
        • transition
        • transition-delay
        • transition-duration
        • transition-property
      • Everyday Bootstrap
        • Introduction
        • Typography
        • Tables
        • Forms
        • Buttons
        • Images and Icons
        • Summary
      • Bootstrap Component
        • Introductions
        • Drop down Menu
        • Buttons with Menus
        • Tabs and Pill
        • The Navbars
        • Badges
        • Summary
      • Bootstrap and JavaScript
        • Introduction
        • More Buttons
        • Modals
        • Tooltips and Popovers
        • Carousel
        • Summary
Course 3
JavaScript with ECMAScript

JavaScript, a popular programming language, can be used to create dynamic and interactive web applications. ECMAScript 2022, the language standardization, is the latest iteration of the language. Common topics covered in a JavaScript course with ECMA content include information types, opportunities, circles, control flow explanations, elements, and exhibits. Students will also learn how to use an ECMA script to modify the DOM (Document Object Model) to create interactive web pages.


Course Content

    • Module 3 : JavaScript with ECMAScript
      • Introduction to JavaScript Framework
        • What is ES6 (ECMAScript 6/JavaScript 6)
        • ES6 Module System
        • A Word on Bable
        • Block Scope, Let & Const
        • Template Literals
        • Arrow Functions
        • Spread and Rest Operators
        • Object Literal Improvements
        • De-structuring
        • Classes
        • Inheritance
        • Static Properties and Methods
        • Promises
        • Iterators and Iterables
        • Generators
        • Modules
        • New Features in ES6
        • JavaScript let
        • JavaScript const
        • JavaScript Arrow Functions
        • JavaScript Classes
        • Default parameter values
        • Array.find()
        • Array.findIndex()
        • Exponentiation (**) (ECMA Script 2016)
Course 4

ReactJS presents graceful solutions to some of front-end programming's most persistent issues. It's fast, scalable, flexible, powerful, and has a robust developer community that's rapidly growing. React JS is a new age UI (user interface) tool that is more interactive and flexible as compared to most other tools. It comprises of components which are re-usable and easy to use.


Course Content

    • Module 4: React.JS (An Open-Source JavaScript library for Building User Interfaces)
      • Introduction of React.JS
        • Audience
        • Pre-requisites
        • About React
        • Features
        • Advantages
        • Limitations
      • Environment Setup
        • Create of Root Folder
        • Install Global Packages
        • Add Dependencies and Plugins
        • Create the Files
        • Set Compiler, Server and Loaders
        • html
        • JSX and Main.js
        • Running the Server
      • JSX
        • What is JSX
        • Using JSX
        • Nested Elements
        • Attributes
        • JavaScript Expressions
        • Styling
        • Components
        • Naming Convention
      • Components
        • Stateless
        • State full
      • State
        • What is State
        • Props
      • Props Overview
        • Using Props
        • Default Props
        • State and Props
      • Props Validation
        • Validating Props
      • Component API
        • Set State
        • Force Update
        • Find DOM Node
      • Component Life Cycle
        • Lifecycle Methods
      • Forms
        • Simple
        • Complex
      • Events
        • Simple
        • Child
      • Refs
        • What is Refs
        • Using Refs
      • Keys
        • What are Keys
        • Using Keys
      • Router
        • Install a React Router
        • Add a Router
        • Create Components
      • Flux Concept
        • What is Flux
        • Flux Elements
        • Flux Props
      • Using Flux and REDUX
        • Install REDUX
        • Creating Components
        • Working with States
        • Composing Components
        • Actions
        • Event Handlers
        • Reducers
        • Store
        • Root Component
        • Other Components
        • Unit Testing – Tools, React, REDUX
      • Animations
        • Install React CSS Transitions Group
        • Add a CSS File
        • Appear Animation
        • Enter and Leave Animations
      • Higher-Order Components
        • What is Higher-Order Component
Course 5
Core Java

Our Java programming courses cover the length and breadth of this platform-independent and object-oriented language that one can learn and implement easily for programming purposes. As the language enables faster coding with fewer bugs, it is the favourite of programmers. Our training course offers the expertise of Java to all who want to use it for coding on different devices.


Course Content

    • Module 5: Core Java
      • Introduction
        • Java History
        • Differences between java and others
        • Java Features
        • Java Naming Conventions
      • First Java Application Development:
        • Java Installation
        • Editor
        • Java Application and Java File Saving.
        • Compile Java File
        • Execute Java Applications.
      • Language Fundamentals
        • Operators
        • Identifiers
        • Literals
        • Data Types and Type casting
        • Java Statements
        • Arrays
      • OOPS
        • Introduction
          • Class
          • Object
          • Encapsulation
          • Abstraction
          • Inheritance
          • Abstraction
          • Polymorphism
          • Message Passing
        • Object Based PL VS Object Oriented PL
        • Class syntax
        • Method Syntax
        • Var-arg method.
        • Accessor Methods VS Mutator Methods
        • Syntax to create an object
        • Immutable Objects VS Mutable Objects
        • Object Vs Instance
        • Constructors
          • Default Con.
          • User defined con.
          • 0-arg-con.
          • param-con.
        • Instance Context
          • Instance variable
          • Instance block.
          • Instance method
        • This keywords
          • To refer current class variable.
          • To refer current class methods.
          • To refer current class blocks.
          • To return current class objects.
        • Static keyword
          • Static variable
          • Static block
          • Static method
          • Static import
        • Main () method
          • Public static void main (String [] args)
          • Why public
          • Why static
          • Why void
          • Why main
          • Why String [] as parameter
          • Is it possible to overload main (-) method
          • Is it possible to override main (--) method
          • Is it possible to provide more than one main (--) method with in a single java appl
          • Is it possible to execute any java application without using main method
        • Factory Method
        • Singleton classes and Doubleton classes
        • Final Keyword
          • Final variable
          • Final class
          • Final method
        • Enum keyword
        • Relationships in JAVA
          • IS-A Vs HAS-A Vs USE-A
          • Associations in Java
          • one-one
          • many-one
          • one-many
          • many-many
          • Inheritance and Types of inheritances
          • Single
          • Hierarchical
          • Multiple
          • Hybrid.
          • Multilevel
          • Static flow in inheritance
          • Instance flow in inheritance
          • Super keyword
          • Class level type casting
        • Poly Morphism
          • Static PM
          • Dynamic PM
          • Method overloading
          • Method overriding
        • Abstract Methods Vs Concreate Methods
          • Abstract class Vs concrete Class
          • Class Vs Abstract class Vs interface
          • Instance of operator
          • JAVA8 features in interfaces
        • What is Adapter class
          • What is marker interface
        • Object Cloning
          • Shallow Cloning
          • Deep Cloning
      • Inner classes:
        • Member Inner class
        • Method local Inner class
        • Static Inner class
        • Anonymous Inner class
      • Wrapper classes:
        • Byte
        • Short
        • Integer
        • Long
        • Float
          • Double
          • Boolean
          • Character
      • Packages
        • What is a package
        • Adv. of packages
          • Modularity
          • Reusability
          • Abstraction
          • Sharability
          • Security
        • Types of packages
          • Predefined packages
          • User defined packages
        • Jar files preparation
        • Executable Jar files
        • Batch files preparation
      • String manipulations
        • String
        • String Buffer
        • String Builder
        • String to kenizer
      • Exception Handling:
        • Error VS Exception
        • Exception Def.
        • Types of Exceptions
          • Predefined Exceptions
          • User defined Exceptions
        • Checked Exception VS Unchecked Exception
          • Predefined Exceptions
          • User defined Exceptions
        • Throw Vs throws
        • try-catch-finally
        • Custom Exceptions
        • Java7 Features in Exception Handling
          • Automatic Resource management
          • Multi catch block.
      • Multi-Threading
        • Process Vs Processor Vs Procedure
        • Single Processing Mech. Vs Multi Processing Mech.
        • Single Thread model And Multi Thread Model
        • Thread Design
          • Extending Thread class
          • Implementing Runnable interface.
        • Thread lifecycle
          • New/Born
          • Runnable
          • Running
          • Blocked
          • Dead
        • Thread class library
          • Sleep ()
          • Join ()
          • Yield ()
          • Stop ()
        • Thread class library
          • Sleep ()
          • Join ()
          • Yield ()
          • Stop ()
        • Thread class library
        • Synchronization
        • Inter Thread communication
          • Wait ()
          • String to kenizer
          • Notify ()
      • IOStreams:
        • What is stream
        • Types of Streams
        • Thread Design
          • Extending Thread class
          • Implementing Runnable interface.
        • Thread lifecycle
          • New/Born
          • Runnable
          • Running
          • Blocked
          • Dead
        • Thread class library
          • Sleep ()
          • Join ()
          • Yield ()
          • Stop ()
        • Thread class library
          • Sleep ()
          • Join ()
          • Yield ()
          • Stop ()
        • Thread class library
        • Synchronization
        • Inter Thread communication
          • Wait ()
          • String to kenizer
          • Notify ()
      • IOStreams:
        • What is stream
        • Types of Streams
        • Byte-oriented Stream
          • Input Streams
          • Output Streams
        • Character-Oriented Streams
          • Reader
          • Writer
        • File Input Stream Vs File Output Stream
        • File Reader Vs File Writer
        • File Vs Random Access File
        • Serialization vs Deserialization
        • Externalization
      • Networking:
        • Standalone Appl. Vs Distributed Appl.
        • Client-Server Arch.
        • Socket Vs Server Socket
        • Network Appl. Arch.
        • Socket Programming.
      • Reflection API:
        • Class
        • Field
        • Method
        • Constructor
      • Annotations
        • What is Annotation
        • Adv of annotations
        • Comments Vs Annotations
        • Types Of annotations
          • Built-in Annotations
            • Override
            • Inherited
            • Deprecated
            • Target
            • Suppress Warnings
            • Documented
            • Retention
        • User Defined Annotations
      • Regular Expressions
        • Introduction
        • Pattern
        • Character
        • Quantifiers
      • Garbage Collection:
        • Introduction
        • Approaches to make an object for GC
        • Methods for requesting JVM to run GC
        • Finalization
      • JVM Arch.
        • Class Loading Sub System
        • Memory Management System
        • Execution Engine
        • Java Native Interface
        • Java Native library
      • Generics:
        • Introduction
        • Generic Classes
        • Generic Methods & Wild Card Character.
        • Inter Communication with Non-Generic Code
Course 6
Advance Java

During the advanced Java course, participants will gain a better understanding of the Java programming language and its advanced skills. The advanced course is best suited for participants who have attended a basic Java course or already have some knowledge of Java. Advanced Java courses often cover multithreading, networking, database programming, web application development, and distributed computing.


Course Content

    • Module 6: Advance Java
      • Collection Framework
        • Collection Arch.
        • List and its implementations
          • Array List
          • vector
          • LinkedList
          • stack
        • Set and its implementations
          • Hash Set
          • Linked Hash Set
          • Tree Set
        • Map and its implementations
          • Hash Map
          • Hash table
          • Properties
          • TreeSet
        • Queue and its implementations
          • Priority Queue
          • Blocking Queue
          • Priority Blocking Queue
          • Linked Blocking Queue
        • Iterators
          • Iterator
          • List Iterator
          • Enumeration
          • Message Passing
      • JDBC:
        • Storage Areas
          • Temporary Storage Area
          • Permanent Storage Areas
        • Query Processing System
          • Query Tokenization
          • Query Processing
          • Query Optimization
          • Query Execution
        • Driver and Driver Types
          • Type 1 Driver
          • Type 2 Driver
          • Type 3 Driver
          • Type 4 Driver
        • Steps to design JDBC Applications
          • Load and register the Driver.
          • Establish the connection between Java Application.
          • Prepare either Statement or prepared Statement or Callable Statement Objects.
          • Write and execute SQL Queries.
          • Close the connection.
        • Prepared Statement
          • PreparedStatement with insert sql query
          • PreparedStatement with update sql query
          • PreparedStatement with select sql query
          • PreparedStatement with Dates Handling
          • PreparedStatement with Batch Updations
        • Callable Statement
          • CallableStatement with procedure
          • CallableStatement with function
          • CallableStatement with CURSOR Type Procedure
          • CallableStatement with CURSOR type function
        • Transaction Management
          • Atomicity
          • Consistency
          • Isolation
          • Durability
        • Savepoint
        • Batch Updations
      • SERVLETS:
        • Introduction
        • Enterprise Applications
          • Web Applications
          • Distributed Applications
        • Client-Server Arch
          • Client
          • Protocol
          • Server
        • Servlets Design
          • Servlet interface
          • Generic Servlet
          • Http Servlet
        • Servlet Lifecycle
        • Servlet Config
        • Servlet Context
        • Servlet Communication
          • SendRedirect Mechanism
        • Web-component
          • Include Mechanism
          • Forward mechanism
        • Session Tracking Mechanisms
          • HttpSession Session Tracking Mechanism
          • Coockies Session Tracking Mechanism
          • URL-Rewriting Session Tracking Mechanism
          • Hidden Form Fields Session Tracking Mechanism
        • Servlets Filters
        • Introduction
        • JSP Life Cycle
        • JSP Elements
          • JSP Directives
          • Scripting Elements
          • JSP Actions
        • JSP Directives
          • Page Directive
          • Include Directive
          • Taglib Directive
        • JSP Scripting Elements
          • Declarations
          • Scriptlets
          • Taglib Directive
          • Expressions
        • JSP implicit objects
          • Out
          • Request
          • Response
          • Config
          • Application
          • Session
          • Exception
          • Page
          • Page Context
        • JSP Standard Actions
        • JSP Custom Actions
          • Tag
          • IterationTag
          • BodyTags
        • JSTL
          • Core Tags
          • XML Tags
        • Expression Language
          • EL operators
          • EL implicit objects.
          • EL functions.
Course 7

Learning Node.js is a great way to get into backend web development, or expand your full-stack development practice. With Our comprehensive Node JS Training Program, you can learn the concepts and applications of this wildly useful JavaScript runtime.


Course Content

    • Module 7 : Node.JS: (Node.JS Coding Standards & Best Practices)
      • Introduction of CSS
        • Audience
        • Pre-requisites
        • About Node
        • Execute Node
        • Features
        • Who use Node
        • Concepts
        • Where to use
        • Where not to use
      • Environment Setup
        • Text Editor
        • NodeJs Run Time
        • Download NodeJs
        • Installation
        • Executing
      • First Application
        • Creating a NodeJs Application
        • Make a request to NodeJs Server
      • REPL Terminal
        • What is REPL
        • Starting REPL
        • REPL Commands
        • Stopping REPL
      • Packager Manager (NPM)
        • Installing Modules using NPM
        • Global vs Local Installation
        • Using packages.json
        • Attributes of packages.json
        • Uninstalling Module
        • Updating Module
        • Searching Module
        • Create a Module
      • Call backs Concept
        • Using Props
        • Default Props
        • State and Props
      • Event Loop
        • Validating Props
      • Event Emitter
        • Set State
        • Force Update
        • Find DOM Node
      • Buffers
        • Lifecycle Methods
      • Streams
        • Simple
        • Complex
      • File System
        • Simple
        • Child
      • Global Objects
        • What is Refs
        • Using Refs
      • Utility Modules
        • What is Keys
        • Using Keys
      • Web Modules
        • Install a React Router
        • Add a Router
        • Create Components
      • Express Framework
        • What is Flux
        • Flux Elements
        • Flux Props
      • Restful API
        • Install REDUX
        • Create Files and Folders
        • Actions
        • Reducers
        • Store
        • Root Component
        • Other Components
      • Scaling Application
        • Install React CSS Transitions Group
        • Add a CSS File
        • Appear Animation
        • Enter and Leave Animations
      • MongoDB
        • Connecting Node and MongoDB
        • Database Creation, Drop
        • Collection Operations
        • Documents Operations
      • Application
        • Node and MongoDB Application
Course 8

Spring Boot is a powerful framework, used to build web applications quickly with less code. The Course will cover how to use Spring Boot to build the various projects with knowledge. The content of the course is designed carefully by industry experts keeping latest Java trends in mind. We tried to cover everything that can be included under Spring Boot Category to make you more competent and knowledgeable resource in the end.


Course Content

    • Module 8 : SpringBoot
      • Spring Overview
        • What is Spring Framework
        • What is Framework
        • What is Enterprise Edition
        • EE Vs Spring
        • Spring5 Architecture
        • Spring Projects Overview
      • Spring Core Terminology
        • Tight Coupling Vs Loose Coupling(Factory Design Pattern)
        • Inversion Of Controller(Design Principle)
        • Dependency Injection(Design Pattern)
        • IOC Container
        • Beans
        • Autowiring
        • Bean Factory
        • Application Context
        • SpEL(Spring Expression Language)
      • Spring Core Basics
        • Creating a Project
        • Dependency
        • Decoupling Components
        • Managing Beans and Dependencies
        • Contexts and Dependency Injection Framework
        • Spring Application Configuration
        • XML Application Configuration
        • XML Configuration with Java Annotations
        • Stereotype Annotations
        • Using an External Property File
        • Autowiring By Type — @Primary
        • Autowiring By Name
        • Autowiring — @Qualifier
        • Constructor and Setter Injection
      • Spring Core In-depth
        • Bean Scope
        • Mixing Bean Scope
        • @ComponentScan
        • Bean Lifecycle:
        • @PostConstruct
        • @ PreDestroy
        • Prototype Scoped Beans
      • Spring Boot
        • Overview
        • Features Of Spring Boot
        • Creating a Spring Boot Project Using
        • Spring Boot Command Line Interface(CLI)
        • Spring Initializer(
        • Spring Tool Suite(STS)
      • Spring Boot Application Components
        • POM file
        • Spring Boot Starters
      • Spring Boot Application Packaging Internals Spring
      • Boot Auto Configuration
        • Convention Over Configuration/Coding(C2C)
        • Understanding the Spring boot Auto Configuration
        • Enabling/Disabling the Spring Boot auto-configuration
      • Alternating the Spring Boot Configurations
        • Overriding the default Configuration Values
        • Externalizing the properties from Spring Boot Application
        • Creating the Custom Configuration Properties
        • Reading the Custom Configuration Properties
        • Changing the Default Embedded Server
        • Deploying the application in application servers I.e. Tomcat and Jboss.
      • Understanding the Connection Pooling
        • Hikari CP Connection Pooling
      • Profiles
        • What is Profile
        • Maven profiles in traditional web applications
        • Conditionally creating beans with profiles
        • Spring Boot Profiles Using
          • Multiple properties file
          • yml file
      • Implementing Data Access Layer
        • Spring Data JPA
        • Hibernate
      • Implementing Service Layer
        • Transactions Support in Spring Boot
        • Local Vs. Global Transactions
        • Understanding the TransactionStatus I.e. rollback
        • Understanding the TransactionDefinition I.e.
      • ISOLATION Level attributes
      • Propagation Behaviour Attributes
      • Timeout
      • Implementing Controller Layer
        • Building Spring Rest Controller Components using Spring Boot
        • API Versioning and Content-Negotion
        • Building Spring web mvc Controller Components using Spring Boot
        • Validatons and Databindings
        • Internationalization
      • Testing Spring Boot Applications
        • Testing Web MVC Controllers
        • Testing Spring Rest Controllers
        • Unit Testing with Mockito
      • Spring Boot Logging
        • Understanding the Spring Boot Default logging
        • Configuring the logs using: slf4j and logback
      • Actuators
        • Health Check
        • Metrics
        • Environment .etc
        • Spring Boot Admin
        • Micrometer
      • Overview Of Spring Boot Security
Course 9

The Microservices course provides students with the fundamentals and best practices of microservices architecture. Microservices, an architectural style, are used to build software systems composed of separate, unrelated, loosely coupled services. The Microservices course teaches students how to create, publish, and manage microservices-based applications. Topics that can be covered include Docker containerization, Kubernetes orchestration, service discovery, API gateways, event-driven architecture, and DevOps routines.


Course Content

    • Module 9: Microservices
      • Domain Driven Design(DDD) with the Bounded Context
        • Monolithic Applications
        • Challenges in Monolith Applications
        • Microservices Architecture-Honey Comb Anology
        • Advantages of Microservices Architecture
        • Microservices Characteristics
        • Microservices Principles
      • Microservices Patterns
        • Migration of Monolith to Microservices Architecture
        • Problems in Migrating To Microservices
        • Shared db
        • Communication Style synchronous/Asynchronous
        • Single JVM / Shared JVM
        • Features of Microservices
        • Microservices Implementation Using Spring Boot2.x
      • Securing Microservicest
        • Oauth2.0
        • Roles in Oauth2.0
        • Oauth2.0 Flow
        • Terms and Grant Types
        • Configuring Authorization Server
        • Configuring Resource Server and Routing Tokens
      • Microservices Framework and Data Management Patterns
        • Axon Framework
        • Components in Axon Framework
        • Data Management Patterns
        • Event Sourcing
        • CQRS(Command Query Responsibility Segregation)
          • Advantages of Event Sourcing and CQRS
      • Spring Cloud Content
        • Spring Cloud overview
        • Externalize Configurations
          • problems with configurations with the microservices
          • SpringCloud solution to configuration problems
          • cloud config server
          • cloud config client
          • maintaning profiles
          • install and configure RabbitMQ
          • problem with refresh Endpoint
          • Spring Cloud Bus
        • Service Discovery at Runtime
          • Eureka server Implementation
          • Register a service with Eureka Server
          • Service Discovery using Eureka
        • Resiliency In Microservices
          • Spring Cloud Hystrix
          • Hystrix Circuit Breaker
          • Hystrix DashBoard
        • Microservices API GateWay
          • Zuul Proxy as the API GateWay
          • setting up zuul
          • Filter in zuul
        • Microservices Communication
          • Feign Client
          • ClientSide Load Balancer-Ribbon
Course 10
MongoDB – No SQL Database

MongoDB is an extremely helpful NoSQL database that is utilised by some of the world's largest companies. Our MongoDB certification training course will provide you with the necessary abilities to work with NoSQL databases in the best firms.


Course Content

    • Module 10: MongoDB – No SQL Database
      • MongoDB Basics
        • Introduction, Advantages
        • History, Features
        • No SQL Databases
        • Advantages over RDBMS
      • Environment Setup
        • Install MongoDB
        • MongoDB Shell
        • MongoDB Data Model
        • MongoDB Datatypes
      • Database
        • Create Database
        • Drop Database
      • Collection
        • Create Collection
        • Drop Collection
      • CRUD Documents
        • Insert Documents
        • Update Documents
        • Delete Documents
        • Query Documents
      • Methods
        • Limit ()
        • Sort ()
        • Skip ()
Course 11
MySql Database

A popular open-source relational database management system called MySQL is used to store, manage, and retrieve data. Typical topics covered in a MySQL datasets course include information visualization, dataset planning, the SQL query language, dataset organization, and security. In the "MySQL Database" course, participants learn to create and manage databases, tables and indexes.


Course Content

    • Module 11: MySql Database
      • Relational Database Concept and technology
      • Web Database Design
      • Web Database Architecture
      • Creating a MySQL Database
      • Creating Database
      • Tables Column
      • Data Types
      • Implementing Insert/Delete/Update and select
      • Query Aggregate
      • Functions
      • Having and Group by Clause Joining Table
      • Implementing Primary key, Unique Key, Composite key, foreign key, default constraint
      • Joining Table
      • Dropping Tables and Databases
      • Introduction to Phpmyadmin
      • Database Connection
      • My SQL Connectivity
      • Procedural Connectivity
      • Object Oriented Connectivity
      • PDO Connectivity
Course 12

An AWS (Amazon Web Services) course's goal is to teach students about cloud computing and AWS. Popular cloud computing platform AWS provides a wide range of services, including security, networking, storage, databases, and computation. An AWS course teaches students about the AWS platform and the basics of cloud computing.


Course Content

    • Module 12: AWS
      • Introduction to Cloud Computing: In this module, you will learn what Cloud Computing is and what are the different models of Cloud Computing along with the key differentiators of different models. We will also introduce you to virtual world of AWS along with AWS key vocabulary, services and concepts.
        • A Short history
        • Client Server Computing Concepts
        • Challenges with Distributed Computing
        • Introduction to Cloud Computing
        • Why Cloud Computing
        • Benefits of Cloud Computing
      • Amazon EC2 and Amazon EBS: In this module, you will learn about the introduction to compute offering from AWS called EC2. We will cover different instance types and Amazon AMIs. A demo on launching an AWS EC2 instance, connect with an instance and hosting a website on AWS EC2 instance. We will also cover EBS storage Architecture (AWS persistent storage) and the concepts of AMI and snapshots.
        • Amazon EC2
        • EC2 Pricing
        • EC2 Type
        • Installation of Web server and manage like (Apache/ Nginx)
        • Amazon EBS
        • Demo of AMI Creation
        • Backup, Restore
        • Exercise
        • Mock
        • Hands on both Linux and Windows
      • Amazon Storage Services S3 (Simple Storage Services): In this module, you will learn how AWS provides various kinds of scalable storage services. In this module, we will cover different storage services like S3, Glacier, Versioning, and learn how to host a static website on AWS.
        • Versioning
        • Static website
        • Policy
        • Permission
        • Cross region Replication
        • AWS-CLI
        • Mount Point with S3
        • Life cycle
        • Classes of Storage
        • AWS CloudFront
        • Real scenario Practical
        • Hands-on all above
      • Scaling and Load Distribution in AWS: In this module, you will learn about 'Scaling' and 'Load distribution techniques' in AWS. This module also includes a demo of Load distribution & Scaling your resources horizontally based on time or activity.
        • Amazon Auto Scaling
        • Auto scaling policy with real scenario based
        • Type of Load Balancer
        • Path Based load balancer
        • Hands on with scenario based
        • Routing policy on Load balancer
      • Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS): In this module, you will learn how to manage relational database service of AWS called RDS.
        • Amazon RDS
        • Type of RDS
        • RDS Failover
        • RDS Subnet
        • RDS Migration
        • Dynamo DB (No SQL DB)
        • Redshift Cluster
        • SQL workbench
        • JDBC / ODBC
      • Elastic Beanstalk
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CAREERS AND SALARIES IN Masters in Full Stack Development Training

Today there is a huge demand for full-stack developers in the market, and this demand is expected to grow even further in the coming years. As per the data of the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, around 8,53,000 full stack developer jobs will be created by the year 2024. Besides this, you can also earn a decent amount of money by working as a full-stack developer. On average, a full stack developer can earn around ₹7 LPA to 15 LPA.


Full-stack developers are responsible for designing both the front-end and back-end of a website or web app. They are responsible for designing the visual look as well as the back-end of a web app. A full-stack developer should be proficient in working with different front-end and back-end technologies like Html, JavaScript, Python, PHP, etc. On average, a full stack developer can earn around ₹7 LPA to 15 LPA.

A back-end developer uses various back-end technologies for designing the back-end of a website or web app. Back-end developers usually work in groups and are responsible for designing the structure of a web app/website. A back-end developer should be proficient in Java, .Net, PHP, SQL, Oracle, etc. On average, a back-end developer can earn around ₹3 LPA to 8 LPA.

A front-end developer is responsible for designing the interface of a website or web app. They use various front-end technologies for developing the visual appearance of a website or web app. A front-end developer should be proficient in CSS, Html, Bootstrap, JavaScript, etc. On average, a front-end developer can earn around ₹5 LPA to 11 LPA.

Web developers are responsible for implementing functions on a website. They develop user-friendly websites and implement functions on them like a subscriber form, a paywall, etc. A web developer must be an expert in working with HTML, JavaScript, C++, etc. A web developer can make around ₹3 LPA to 10 LPA.

Web designers are responsible for building and redesigning websites. They make a website easy to use and develop its visual aspects. A good web designer must be proficient in UI designing, Html, CSS, Adobe Photoshop/Illustrator, etc. A web designer can earn around ₹2 LPA to 6 LPA.


On the completion of the course, you may work in various domains like manufacturing, It, healthcare, telecom, and more. Also, most of the students get 200 percent hike after completing this course. The average you will get 6 lac p.a. and for a little more efforts you may acquire salary packages up to 12 lacs p.a.


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