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 : 3rd Apr 2023Duration : 8 Months
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₹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.


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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
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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.

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  • 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
Core Java Training

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

    • Things you will learn:
    • Module 1: Java Programming Basics
      • Introduction to Java
      • Bytecode
      • Class Files
      • Compilation Process
      • JDK 10 Installation
      • Eclipse IDE Installation
      • Writing First Java Program
      • Primitive Data Types in Java
      • Arithmetic Operators in Java
      • Logical and Bitwise Operators
      • Relational Operators in Java
      • If - Condition
      • Nested If - Condition
      • For Loop in Java
      • Nested “For” Loop
      • 'While' & 'Do While' Loop in Java
      • Loop 'Break' & 'Continue' Statements
      • What’s new in Java 10
      • 'var' Keyword
      • Concept of Garbage Collector (GC)
      • Java 10 Update in GC
      • Other Updates in Java 10
    • Module 2: Object-Oriented Programming in Java
      • Concept of Object Orientation
      • Classes and Objects
      • Attributes, and Methods
      • Method Overloading
      • Method Overriding
      • Access Specifiers in Java
      • Constructors in Java
      • Default constructors
      • Constructors with arguments
      • Data Encapsulation
      • Static Keyword
      • Concept of Main Method
      • Inheritance
      • Polymorphism
      • Super Keyword
      • Super Class Constructor
      • Protected Access
      • Abstraction
      • Interface
      • Final Keyword
    • Module 3: Data Handling and Functions
      • Arrays
        • Array Objects
        • Single Dimensional Arrays
        • Multidimensional arrays
      • Functions
        • Function with Arguments
        • Function Overloading
        • The concept of Static Polymorphism
      • String Handling
        • String Basics
        • String Comparison Operations
        • String Search Operations
        • String (Cut) Slice Operations
        • String Replace Operations
        • String Conversion Operations
      • Special Classes in Java
        • Math Class
        • StringBuilder Class
        • StringBuilder Methods
        • Scanner Class
        • Random Class
        • UUID Class
        • String Buffer Classes
    • Module 4: Packages, Multithreading, Exceptional Handling in Java
      • Packages and Interfaces
      • Access Specifiers: Public, Private, Protected and Package
      • Exception Handling: Try, Catch, Finally, Throw and Throws
      • What is an Exception
      • Error Vs Exception
      • Checked and Unchecked Exception
      • Throws Declaration
      • Try and Catch Block (Exception Handling)
      • 'Finally' Block
      • Multi-Threading
      • Runnable Interface
      • Extending a Thread Class
      • Synchronization in Threads
    • Module 5: Data structure Concepts in Java
      • Lists
        • Array List
        • Linked List Structure
        • Linked List
        • ArrayList vs LinkedList
        • List Iterator
      • Sets
        • Hash Set
        • Linked Hash Set
        • Tree Set
        • Iterating over Sets
      • Maps
        • Hash Map
        • Tree Map
        • Iterating on Maps
      • Regular Expressions
        • Introduction to Reg Ex
        • Quantifiers in Reg Ex
        • Character Classes in Reg Ex
        • Bracket Expressions in Reg Ex
        • OR Operator
        • Dot Operator
        • Greedy and Lazy Matching
        • Regularizing Number Ranges
    • Module 6: Data and Time Operations in Java
      • Local Date and Time
      • Custom Date and Time
      • Future and Past Date
      • Future and Past Time
      • Date Difference
      • Time Difference
      • Date Time Formatter
    • Module 7: Working with Text files and Excel Files in Java
      • Text Files Handling
        • Read Text File using Apache Commons IO
        • Edit Text File using Apache Commons IO
        • Sort Line from Text File
        • Copy & Move Text Files
        • Remove Duplicate Words from Text File
      • Excel Files in Java/Apache POI
        • Apache POI Setup
        • Read Excel using POI
        • Read Excel Data into 2D Array
        • Write Excel using POI
    • Module 8: Java Collections
      • Wrapper Classes and Inner Classes
        • Integer,
        • Character,
        • Boolean,
        • Float, etc
      • Applet Programs
      • How to write UI programs with Applet, Java.lang,, Java.util
      • Collections
        • ArrayList,
        • Vector,
        • HashSet,
        • TreeSet,
        • HashMap,
        • HashTable, etc.
    • Module 9: XML in Java
      • Introduction to XML
      • Writing XML files
      • DOM Parser
      • Writing into an XML file
      • Parsing an XML file
      • SAX Parser
      • XSL
    • Module 10: JDBC
      • Introduction to SQL
      • SQL Commands
      • Connect, Insert, Update, Delete, Select
      • Introduction to JDBC and Architecture of JDBC
      • Types of Drivers: Type 1/2/3/4 drivers
      • Insert/Update/Delete/Select Operations using JDBC
      • Batch Processing Transaction
      • Management: Commit and Rollback
    • Module 11: Servlets
      • Introduction to Web Technologies
      • Type of Servlets
      • Generic Servlet
      • Http Servlet
      • Request Dispatchers
      • Forward and Include 4 types of Session
      • Tracking and Filters
    • Module 12: Java Server Page / JSP
      • Introduction to JSP
      • Architecture of JSP
      • tags (Scripts, declarative, expression)
      • Implicit objects
      • JSP Directives
      • JSP and JDBC
    • Module 13: Hibernate
      • Introduction to Hibernate
      • Architecture of Hibernate
      • Database Operations: Insert/Update/Delete/Select
      • Inheritance
      • Collections
      • HQL and Restrictions
      • Caching in Hibernate
    • Module 14: Springs in Java
      • Introduction to Spring Framework
      • Architecture
      • Display a Sample Message
      • IoC Containers
      • Bean Definition
      • Bean Scopes
      • Bean Post Processors
      • Dependency Injection Auto-Wiring
    • Module 15: AJAX and Design Patterns
      • Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP)
      • Integrating Spring framework with Hibernate
      • Transaction Management
      • Ajax Framework and Design Patterns: DAO, DTO, MVC
      • Intercepting filters
      • Front Controller
      • Business Delegate
    • Module 16: SOA
      • Introduction to SOA
      • SOA Architecture
      • Business layer of SOA
      • Advantages of SOA
      • What is Contract
      • Address, and Binding in SOA
      • Composition of Service
      • Relation between SOA and Web Services
    • Module 17: Web Services and Projects
      • Introduction to Web Services
      • WSDL file
      • WSDL and UDDI
      • SOAP, RESTful Web Service
      • JAX-WS Implementation
      • Java Projects
Course 2
Angular Training

You will learn through hands-on exercises about the fundamentals such as Forms, Pipes, and CSS Styling to the more complex fundamentals of Routing, Directives, along with exercises on how to build end-to-end, working applications that are highly responsive and interactive.


Course Content

    • Things you will learn:
    • Module 1: Angular Overview
      • History of Angular
      • The leap from AngularJS to Angular
      • What’s new in Angular 10
      • Angular 10 vs Angular 9
      • Desktop Application class User Experience
      • Productivity and Tooling
      • Performance
      • Community
      • Full-featured Framework
      • Supported Browsers (Angular 10)
      • Platform for Targeting Native Mobile not just Web Browsers
    • Module 2: All about TypeScript
      • Introduction
      • What is Typescript.
      • Why Typescript.
      • Setup and installation
      • IDE support
      • Different typescript versions
      • Typescripts 3.8 for Angular 10
      • Scoping using let and const Keywords (ES6)
      • Template Literals (ES6)
      • Rest and Spread Parameters (ES6)
      • De-structuring (ES6)
      • Introduction to Types
      • Type inference
      • Type Annotations
      • Number
      • Boolean
      • String
      • Array
      • Tuple
      • ENUM
      • Any
      • Void
      • Null and Undefined
      • Never
      • Introduction to Functions
      • Using types in functions
      • Function as types
      • Optional and default parameters
      • Arrow functions
      • Introduction to Classes
      • Inheritance
      • Access modifiers
      • Getters and setters
      • Read-only & static
      • Introduction to Interfaces
      • Optional properties and methods
      • Strict structural contract
      • Extending interface
      • Implementing interface
      • Introduction to Modules
      • Import / Export
      • Default
      • Decorators
    • Module 3: Angular CLI
      • Angular CLI
      • Anatomy of the project
      • Setting up a workspace
      • Updating Angular apps using ng update
      • Adding support for external libraries using ng add
      • Debugging Angular apps
      • Working with Augury
      • Using the Angular Language Service with Microsoft VS Code
    • Module 4: Angular Building Blocks
      • Modules
      • Components
      • Templates
      • Metadata
      • Data binding
      • Directives
      • Services
      • Dependency injection
      • Angular Ivy
    • Module 5: Angular Modules
      • Why modules
      • How to create modules
      • Built-in modules
      • Root Module
      • feature module
    • Module 6: Components in Angular
      • Introduction
      • @Component decorator
      • Component configuration object
      • Custom components
      • Component with templates
      • Inline
      • External
      • Component with Styles
      • Inline
      • External
      • Angular Elements
    • Module 7: Templates in Angular
      • HTML basic syntax
      • Template expressions
      • Template syntax
      • Attribute, class, and style bindings
      • @Input ()
      • @Output
      • Template reference variables
      • Safe navigation operator
    • Module 8: Data Binding
      • Interpolation
      • Event binding
      • Property binding
      • two-way binding
      • uses and examples
    • Module 9: Angular Directive and Pipes
      • Introduction to Directives
      • Built in Structural Directives
      • Built in Attribute Directives
      • Building Custom Attribute Directives
      • Building Custom Structural Directives
      • Introduction to Pipes in Angular
      • Using Built-in Pipes
      • Creating Custom Pipes in Angular
      • Pure and Impure Pipes in Angular
    • Module 10: Angular Forms
      • Types of Form in Angular
      • Reactive form in Angular
      • Dynamically Adding or Removing Form Control (s) or Form Group (s) using Form Array(s)
      • Adding Synchronous Custom Validations to your Reactive Form
      • Adding Asynchronous Custom Validations to your Reactive Form
      • Resetting the value of a form
    • Module 11: Dependency Injections
      • Introduction
      • Why DI
      • @Injectable decorator
      • Custom service development
      • Registering the service with Ng Module using providers key
      • Provider Types
      • Class
      • Factory
      • Value
    • Module 12: Angular Routing with Guards
      • Implementing Routing in an Angular App
      • Abstracting the user link to a separate component
      • Implementing Child Routes
      • Path Match and Route Types
      • Introduction to Route Guards in Angular
      • CanActivate and CanActivateChild Guards in Angular
      • CanDeactivate Guard in Angular
      • Prefetching Data for a Component using Resolve
    • Module 13: RxJs Primer
      • Introduction
      • Why RxJs
      • Observable interface
      • Streams
      • Operators
      • Subscription
      • Subject
      • Schedulers
    • Module 14: Angular Advanced Features
      • Creating Libraries
      • Angular Material Essentials
      • Lazy Loading
      • Customizing the Angular CLI using the Builder API
      • Server Side Rendering with Angular Universal
      • Working with Service Workers
      • Building a Progressive Web App
    • Module 15: Testing
      • Creating Libraries
      • Angular Material Essentials
      • Lazy Loading
      • Customizing the Angular CLI using the Builder API
      • Server Side Rendering with Angular Universal
      • Working with Service Workers
      • Building a Progressive Web App
    • Module 16: Learn Deployment
      • Manually
      • Using the Angular CLI with Ahead-Of-Time (AOT) Compilation and Tree-Shaking (removing unused library code)
      • Deployment Platforms for Angular Apps
Course 3
React JS Training

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

    • Things you will learn:
    • Module 1: Introduction of React.JS
      • Audience
      • Pre-requisites
      • About React
      • Features
      • Advantages
      • Limitations
    • Module 2: 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
    • Module 3: JSX
      • What is JSX
      • Using JSX
      • Nested Elements
      • Attributes
      • JavaScript Expressions
      • Styling
      • Components
      • Naming Convention
    • Module 4: Components
      • Stateless
      • State full
    • Module 5: State
      • What is State
      • Props
    • Module 6: Props Overview
      • Using Props
      • Default Props
      • State and Props
    • Module 7: Props Validation
      • Validating Props
    • Module 8: Component API
      • Set State
      • Force Update
      • Find DOM Node
    • Module 9: Component Life Cycle
      • Lifecycle Methods
    • Module 10: Forms
      • Simple
      • Complex
    • Module 11: Events
      • Simple
      • Child
    • Module 12: Refs
      • What is Refs
      • Using Refs
    • Module 13: Keys
      • What are Keys
      • Using Keys
    • Module 14: Router
      • Install a React Router
      • Add a Router
      • Create Components
    • Module 15: Flux Concept
      • What is Flux
      • Flux Elements
      • Flux Props
    • Module 16: 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
    • Module 17: Animations
      • Install React CSS Transitions Group
      • Add a CSS File
      • Appear Animation
      • Enter and Leave Animations
    • Module 18: Higher-Order Components
      • What is Higher-Order Component
Course 4
Node JS Training

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

    • Things you will learn:
    • Module 1: Introduction
      • Audience
      • Pre-requisites
      • About Node
      • Execute Node
      • Features
      • Who use Node
      • Concepts
      • Where to use
      • Where not to use
    • Module 2: Environment Setup
      • Text Editor
      • NodeJs Run Time
      • Download NodeJs
      • Installation
      • Executing
    • Module 3: First Application
      • Creating a NodeJs Application
      • Make a request to NodeJs Server
    • Module 4: REPL Terminal
      • What is REPL
      • Starting REPL
      • REPL Commands
      • Stopping REPL
    • Module 5: 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
    • Module 6: Call backs Concept
      • Using Props
      • Default Props
      • State and Props
    • Module 7: Event Loop
      • Validating Props
    • Module 8: Event Emitter
      • Set State
      • Force Update
      • Find DOM Node
    • Module 9: Buffers
      • Lifecycle Methods
    • Module 10: Streams
      • Simple
      • Complex
    • Module 11: File System
      • Simple
      • Child
    • Module 12: Global Objects
      • What is Refs
      • Using Refs
    • Module 13: Utility Modules
      • What is Keys
      • Using Keys
    • Module 14: Web Modules
      • Install a React Router
      • Add a Router
      • Create Components
    • Module 15: Express Framework
      • What is Flux
      • Flux Elements
      • Flux Props
    • Module 16: Restful API
      • Install REDUX
      • Create Files and Folders
      • Actions
      • Reducers
      • Store
      • Root Component
      • Other Components
    • Module 17: Scaling Application
      • Install React CSS Transitions Group
      • Add a CSS File
      • Appear Animation
      • Enter and Leave Animations
    • Module 18: MongoDB
      • Connecting Node and MongoDB
      • Database Creation, Drop
      • Collection Operations
      • Documents Operations
    • Module 19: Application
      • Node and MongoDB Application
Course 5
MongoDB Training

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

    • Things you will learn:
    • Module 1: MongoDB Basics
      • Introduction, Advantages
      • History, Features
      • No SQL Databases
      • Advantages over RDBMS
    • Module 2: Environment Setup
      • Install MongoDB
      • MongoDB Shell
      • MongoDB Data Model
      • MongoDB Datatypes
    • Module 3: Database
      • Create Database
      • Drop Database
    • Module 4: Collection
      • Create Collection
      • Drop Collection
    • Module 5: CRUD Documents
      • Insert Documents
      • Update Documents
      • Delete Documents
      • Query Documents
    • Module 6: Methods
      • Limit ()
      • Sort ()
      • Skip ()
Course 6
Spring Boot Training

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

    • Things you will learn:
    • Module 1: Introduction to Web Services
      • What are Web Services
      • Why do you need them
      • Different Types of Web Services
      • Web Services Key Terminologies
      • Introduction to SOAP Web Services
      • Introduction to Restful Web Services
      • SOAP vs Restful Web Services
    • Module 2: Spring Framework
      • Introduction to Spring Framework
      • Setting up a Spring Project
      • Understanding Tight Coupling using the Binary Search Algorithm Example
      • Making the Binary Search Algorithm Example Loosely Coupled
      • Using Spring to Manage Dependencies - @Component, @Autowired
      • What is happening in the background
      • Dynamic auto wiring and Troubleshooting - @Primary
      • Constructor and Setter Injection
      • Spring Modules
      • Spring Projects
      • Why is Spring Popular
    • Module 3: Spring Boot
      • Types of software architectures
      • SOA and Monolith Architecture
      • Why Microservices
      • Detailed Micro Services Architecture
        • App Layer
        • Business Layer
      • Enterprise Layer
        • Infra Layer
      • Advantages with Micro Services
      • Introduction to Spring Boot
      • Goals and Important features
      • Developing Spring apps before Spring Boot
      • Normal Spring Manual Approach
      • Maven Overview
      • Using Spring Initializer
      • STS
      • Eclipse with STS Plugin
      • Create a simple rest controller
      • What is Spring Boot Auto Configuration
      • Spring vs Spring Booth vs Spring MVC
      • Spring Boot Starter Projects - Starter Web and Starter JPA
      • Overview of different Spring Boot Starter Projects
      • Spring Boot Actuator
        • Production Monitoring
        • Health Check Concepts
        • Security Measurements
      • Spring Boot Developer Tools
      • Spring Boot Custom Logging
        • Logging Level
        • Patterns Changes
        • Rolling Logs
      • Spring Boot Profile Components
        • Introduction
        • Multiple Properties
        • YML File
        • Command Line Runner Example
        • Real time scenarios of components
      • Auto Configuration
        • Introduction
        • @Conditional Flow
        • Customize conditional annotations
        • Spring Boot built in conditional annotations
    • Module 4: SOAP Web Services with Spring & Spring Boot
      • SOAP Web Services Overview
      • Initialize a Spring Web Services application with Spring Boot
      • Overview of creating SOAP Web Service using Contract First Approach
      • Define Request and Response XML Structure
      • Define XML Schema Definition (XSD) for Request
      • Define XML Schema Definition (XSD) for Response
      • More about XML Schema Definition and Implementing XSD Best Practices
      • Introduction to Java API for XML Binding (JAXB) and Configuring JAXB 2
      • Configuring an Endpoint for GetCourseDetailsRequest
      • Spring Web Services Configuration - Message Dispatcher Servlet
      • Spring Web Services Configuration - Generating WSDL
      • Using Wizdler to execute SOAP Requests
      • Implementing a service - Course Details Service - backend with in memo
      • Implementing SOAP Web Service for GetAllCourseDetailsRequest
      • Quick introduction to different parts of a WSDL
      • Implementing SOAP Web Service for DeleteCourseDetailsRequest
      • Improving the DeleteCourseDetailsRequest - Using an Enum for Status
      • Exception Handling and SOAP Fault Responses
      • Implementing Security for SOAP Web Services with WS Security
    • Module 5: Restful Web Services with Spring & Spring Boot
      • Introduction to Restful Services
      • Initializing a RESTful Services Project with Spring Boot
      • Understanding the RESTful Services
      • Creating a Hello World Service
      • Enhancing the Hello World Service to return a Bean
      • Quick Review of Spring Boot Auto Configuration and Dispatcher Servlet
      • Enhancing the Hello World Service with a Path Variable
      • Creating User Bean and User Service
      • Implementing GET Methods for User Resource
      • Implementing POST Method to create User Resource
      • CODE BACKUP FILE For Reference
      • Enhancing POST Method to return correct HTTP Status Code and Location
      • Implementing Exception Handling - 404 Resource Not Found
      • Implementing Generic Exception Handling for all Resources
      • User Post Resource and Exception Handling
      • Implementing DELETE Method to delete a User Resource
      • Add dependency spring-boot-starter-validation
      • Implementing Validations for RESTful Services
      • HATEOAS Updates
      • Implementing HATEOAS for RESTful Services
      • Overview of Advanced RESTful Service Features
      • Internationalization for RESTful Services
      • Internationalization
      • Content Negotiation - Implementing Support for XML
      • Disable XML Format Support
      • Configuring Auto Generation of Swagger Documentation
      • Introduction to Swagger Documentation Format
      • Enhancing Swagger Documentation with Custom Annotations
      • Monitoring APIs with Spring Boot Actuator
      • Implementing Static Filtering for RESTful Service
      • Implementing Dynamic Filtering for RESTful Service
      • Versioning RESTful Services - Basic Approach with URIs
      • Versioning RESTful Services - Header and Content Negotiation Approach
      • Implementing Basic Authentication with Spring Security
    • Module 6: JPA in Spring Boot
      • Introduction to JPA
      • Object Relational Impedence Mismatch
      • World before JPA - JDBC, Spring JDBC and myBatis
      • Introduction to JPA
      • Creating a JPA Project using Spring Initializer
      • H2 Database URL
      • Defining a JPA Entity - User
      • Defining a Service to manage the Entity - UserService and EntityManager
      • Using a Command Line Runner to save the User to database.
      • Magic of Spring Boot and In Memory Database H2
      • Introduction to Spring Data JPA
      • More JPA Repositories
    • Module 7: Connecting Restful Services with JPA
      • Overview of Connecting RESTful Service to JPA
      • H2 Database URL
      • Creating User Entity and some test data
      • Updating GET methods on User Resource to use JPA
      • Updating POST and DELETE methods on User Resource to use JPA
      • Creating Post Entity and Many to One Relationship with User Entity
      • Implementing a GET service to retrieve all Posts of a User
      • Implementing a POST service to create a Post for a User
      • Richardson Maturity Model
      • RESTful Web Services - Best Practices
    • Module 8: Spring Booth Security
      • Basics
      • Basic Authentication
      • Form Based Authentication
      • Authorization
      • Role Based Access Control
      • Attribute Based Access Control
      • LDAP Based
      • SSL Security
      • TLS Security
    • Module 9: Database Concepts
      • Spring JDBC
      • Database to CSV
      • Spring Batch
      • Flyway Database Migration
      • Liquid Database Migration
      • Flyway vs Liquid
      • Hikari Connection Pool
    • Module 10: Core Services
      • Spring Boot AOP
      • Spring Boot Cache
      • Guava Cache integration
      • Caffeine Cache
      • EH Cache
      • MultiResourceItemReader
      • Spring MVC vs JAX-RS
      • Spring Boot with Jersey
      • Junit Integration
      • Rest Integration Test Cases
    • Module 11: Micro Services
      • Micro Services Introduction
        • Principle and Characteristics
        • Use cases and Benefits
        • Challenges
        • Design standards
        • Pitfalls
      • Micro Services Communication
        • Synchronous
        • Asynchronous
      • Micro Services Design Considerations
        • Micro Services per JVM
        • Micro Services share the data stores
        • Micro Services Transaction boundaries
        • User Interfaces integration with Micro Services
        • Challenges in Micro Services implementation
    • Module 12: Spring Cloud
      • Spring Cloud
        • Introduction
        • Cloud Architecture
        • Cloud application benefits
      • Spring Cloud Config
        • Introduction
        • Setup version control repository
        • Integration with repository
      • Netflix
        • Introduction
        • Eureka Server & Eureka Client
        • Feign Client
        • Ribbon
      • Fault Tolerance Concepts
        • Circuit Breaker Pattern
        • Hystrics Concepts, Hystrics Dashboard
      • API Gateway
        • Introduction to ZUUL
        • Design standards
        • Integration
      • Messaging Queue Concepts (Cloud Bus)
        • Apache KAFKA
        • RabbitMQ
        • JMS
      • Oatuh2 Concepts
        • Client Types
        • Protocol End Points
        • Grant Types
        • Implantation with Token Based
        • JWT Tokens
      • Swagger API
        • Introduction
        • Integration
      • Cloud Hosting
        • Pivotal Cloud Foundry Account Setup
        • Hosting to Pivotal
        • AWS Account Setup
        • Hosting to AWS
        • Enabling cloud features like load balancing, security
Course 7
Full Stack Development Live Projects

Here, at Croma Campus, you will get the opportunity to enroll in Full Stack Development Live Projects.


Course Content

    • This training will comprise of up to 4 live projects respectively.
CertificatesMaster's Program Certificate

You will get certificate after completion of program

Course Structure
  • - 8 Months Online Program
  • - 120+ Hours of Intensive Learning
  • - 10+ Assigments & 4+ Projects
  • - 4 Live Projects
Career Assistance
  • - Build an Impressive Resume
  • - Get Tips from Trainer to Clear Interviews
  • - Attend Mock-Up Interviews with Experts
  • - Get Interviews & Get Hired

Get Ahead with Croma Campus master Certificate

Earn your certificate

Our Master program is exhaustive and this certificate is proof that you have taken a big leap in mastering the domain.

Differentiate yourself with a Masters Certificate

The knowledge and skill you've gained working on projects, simulation, case studies will set you ahead of competition.

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Industry Project


Real-life Case Studies

Work on case studies based on top industry frameworks and connect your learning with real-time industry solutions right away.


Best Industry-Practitioners

All of our trainers and highly experienced, passionate about teaching and worked in the similar space for more than 3 years.


Acquire essential Industrial Skills

Wisely structured course content to help you in acquiring all the required industrial skills and grow like a superstar in the IT marketplace.


Hands-on Practical Knowledge

Case studies based on top industry frameworks help you to relate your learning with real-time based industry solutions.


Collaborative Learning

Take your career at the top with collaborative learning at the Croma Campus where you could learn and grow in groups.


Assignment & Quizzes

Practice different assignments and quizzes on different topics or at the end of each module to evaluate your skills and learning speed.

Placement & Recruitment Partners

Placement Assistance

We provide 100 percent placement assistance and most of our students are placed after completion of the training in top IT giants. We work on your resume, personality development, communication skills, soft-skills, along with the technical skills.

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.


Admission Process

date timeImportant Date & Time

You can apply for the master program online at our site. Mark the important date and time related to the program and stay in touch with our team to get the information about the program in detail.

enrollEnrollment Criteria

Once you submit your profile online, it will be reviewed by our expert team closely for the eligibility like graduation degree, basic programming skills, etc. Eligible candidates can move to the next step quickly.

finalFinal Enrollment Process

Eligible candidates have to appear for the online assessment based on your graduation and basic programming knowledge. Candidates who clear the exam will appear for the interview and finally they can join the program.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Passion for learning
  • Go-getter attitude
  • Basic computer knowledge
  • Basic web development knowledge

No, only basic web development knowledge is essential for doing this course.

  • High demand
  • Lots of job opportunities
  • Great pay
  • Creative flexibility
  • You get a chance to learn multiple technologies

120+ days.

You can earn anywhere between ₹7 LPA to ₹15 LPA as a full stack developer.

You will get training from an experienced full-stack developer.

  • ISO certified training institute
  • Project-based training
  • Industry recognized certification
  • Learn under an experienced full stack developer

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What You will get Benefit
from this Program

  • Simulation Test Papers
  • Industry Case Studies
  • 61,640+ Satisfied Learners
  • 140+ Training Courses
  • 100% Certification Passing Rate
  • Live Instructor Online Training
  • 100% Placement Assistance
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