FULL STACK DEVELOPMENT WITH MERN

24,000.00

✓ 2.5 month Long Course

✓ 2 Hours per day

✓ Daily Assignment / Projects / Doubt solving

✓ 24/7 Private Community Support / Revision session

✓ Both Physical / Online available

✓ Verified Certificate

✓ Everyday recording available

✓ Internship guaranteed

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Now to bridge the gap between industry and IT students Vrit Technologies is launching a Complete FullStack Development Internship Support Course.

Complete Full stack Development Internship Support course by Vrit technologies covers Fundamentals of Web, HTML, CSS, Tailwind/Bootstrap, JavaScript, React JS, MongoDB, Express JS, Node JS, Version Control and More.

MERN is a popular technology stack for full-stack web development that includes MongoDB, Express.js, React.js, and Node.js. This stack provides a complete end-to-end solution for building web applications with JavaScript-based technologies.

MongoDB is a NoSQL database that allows developers to store data in JSON-like documents, providing flexibility and scalability for data-intensive applications. Express.js is a back-end web application framework that simplifies the creation of APIs and handles server-side logic. React.js is a front-end library that enables the creation of dynamic and interactive user interfaces. Finally, Node.js is a JavaScript runtime environment that executes JavaScript code outside of the browser, making it possible to use JavaScript for both front-end and back-end development.

MERN is known for its speed and efficiency in developing web applications, as it allows developers to use a single language (JavaScript) across the entire stack. It also has a large and active developer community, providing access to numerous libraries and resources for solving common development challenges.

Overall, MERN is a popular choice for full-stack web development due to its flexibility, efficiency, and the ability to build modern web applications with ease.

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Introduction

– Introduction to JavaScript Programming language

– Technologies around JavaScript.

Environment Setup

– Introduction to development tools

– Text Editor, IDE

– Command Prompt (command line)

– Git workflow(Branching, Merging, Push, Pull)

– NPM, Postman

JavaScript

– Data Types (Primitive, Derived)

– let, var, and const

– Operators, Conditionals, loops

– Functions and Closure

– Array and Objects

– ES6 Array and Object Methods

– Prototypes (prototype-based inheritance)

– OOP in JS

– ES5 and ES6 standards

NodeJS Runtime Environment Setup

Node JS

– Server Request Response Cycle (Server-Side apps)

– Introduction to NodeJS

– Node package manager (NPM)

– Node modules, Node CLI, Global Object

– Creating http server with NodeJS

– Working on core NODE API

– Asynchronous and event loop in NodeJS

Express JS

– Introduction to framework and Express

– Middleware, Routing

– HTTP Protocol, Http Request Object, Http Response Object

– Token Based authentication using JWT

– OAUTH Protocol, Error Handling

Mongo DB

– Introduction to database and existing database around

– Understanding Document Based Database

– Introduction to MongoDB (collections and documents)

– CRUD operations using shell command

– Using Mongodb Native driver with Node

– Database modelling using ODM (Mongoose?)

– Using robomongo/compass (ui based database system)

– Indexing

– Update, insert delete and upsert documents

– Aggregation pipeline in mongodb

– Map,reduce

Tier Application and REST API:(* day)

– Introduction to API

– Introduction to REST Architecture

– Rest Verbs and usages (GET, POST, PUT, PATCH, DELETE)

– Building APIs with expressJS

HTML 5

– Learn the anatomy of HTML syntax to structure your websites.

– Understand the HTML boilerplate and HTML doctypes.

– How to structure text in HTML.

– How to structure HTML lists to create unordered and ordered lists.

– How to insert images using HTML

– How to create hyperlinks using anchor tags.

– Understand how to use HTML tables for content.

– How to use tables for layout.

– Learn HTML best practices.

– Understand about HTML forms and create a simple contact me form.

– HTML divs and how to separate content for CSS styling.

CSS 3

– Understand what are cascading style sheets and how you can use it to style your website.

– How to use CSS selectors and properties.

– Learn about how to use inline, internal and external CSS.

– Understand CSS coding best practices.

– Learn about CSS sizing methods.

– Learn the anatomy of CSS syntax and structure.

– CSS specificity and implementing style hierarchy.

– Class vs. Ids and how to target each.

– CSS display and how to implement layout.

– How to use CSS static, relative and absolute positioning systems.

– Font styling using CSS and web safe fonts.

– Centering elements using CSS.

– Website design fundamentals and typography.

– How to use CSS float and clear.

– How combine CSS selectors and understand selector priority.

– Grid, Flex

– Responsive web design with media queries.

Git GitHub and Version Control

– Using git for version control and collaboration Git forking

– Branching and cloning Using GitHub

– Remote repository Checkout and rolling back

– And other Important and advance git commands.

Bootstrap v5.1 or Tailwind / Material UI

– Learn the fundamentals of implementing responsive web design.

– How to use Balsamiq to mockup and wireframe websites.

– The fundamentals of UI design for websites.

– How to install the Bootstrap framework.

– Understanding the Bootstrap grid layout system.

– Learn to use other Bootstrap components such as buttons.

– Adding symbols using Font Awesome.

– How to use bootstrap containers to layout your website easily.

– Learn to use Bootstrap carousels.

– Add Bootstrap cards to your website.

– Using Bootstrap navigation bars.

JavaScript ES6

– The Fundamentals of Code

– Starting code with alerts and prompts. Understand Variables and Data Types in JavaScript Variable naming in JS

– Randomisation and logical operators

– Loops, collections and Conditionals.

– Functions and invocation patterns

– Discussion of ECMAScripts

– Intermediate JavaScript

– Learn to use JS Expressions, Operators, Statements and Declarations

– Object-Oriented Programming

– JS Objects and Prototypes

– `This`, Scope and Closures

– Objects and Prototypes

– Refactoring and Debugging

– Arrow Functions

– Map/Filter/Reduce

– Find/FindOne/FindIndex

– Import/Export and Modules

– Object and Array Destructuring

– Spread Operator

– Introduction to TypeScript, use and best practices

Document Object Model (DOM)

– Learn the tree structure of HTML based websites.

– Traverse through the document using object notation.

Application Program Interfaces (API)

– Understand what APIs are and how they work.

– HTTP in Depth, Calling APIs

– Reading API documentation

– Basic API Authentication

– Server to server communication

– JSON vs. XML, sending data over the wire.

React .JS

– Introduction Front-End tools (webpack, babel, more…) and React

– Single Page Application scope and objectives

– Dev Tool and Environment

– JSX, Babel, Webpack

– ES6 features practices

– Create-react-app and project setup

– Components patterns in React

– State, Props, Life Cycle of React Components, Functional Component

– Introduction to hooks, Custom Hooks

– React Router, SPA using React Router

– Introduction to Redux and Flux Architecture

– State Management, Reducers, Action Creators, Context

– Middleware (Thunk, Saga), Services, Error Handling

Deployment

– Deployment of your project on cpanel or Heruko, Netlify

Projects

– Projects Suggested by students will be done during the course.

Assignments

– Each student will have a project to complete in order to demonstrate their understanding both during and after the course.